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In the Long Run: Ugandans Living with Disability
Uganda has progressive legislation in place to support the rights of people with disabilities, and it has received donor support over the years for special education and community-basedExpand
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The integration of Hispanic parishioners in US Catholic parishes with Hispanic ministry: Results from a national survey
Abstract This article builds upon data from the National Study of Catholic Parishes with Hispanic Ministry to examine two questions: (1) what are the profiles of Catholic parishes with HispanicExpand
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“I AM has sent me to you:” How Thomas Aquinas’ understanding of the divine names illuminates the way in which he reconciles impassibility and compassion in God
Contemporary debates on divine impassibility generally offer two options: either affirm a suffering God who loves and cares, or uphold an impassible God who turns a blind eye to the cries of hisExpand
From the Site of the Empty Tomb: Approaching the Hidden Grief of Prenatal Loss
Despite the prevalence of pregnancy loss, theologians and pastoral ministers have continually neglected the experience. In this paper, I suggest that a deep lacuna exists in theological reflectionExpand
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“For there is still a vision:” Metz’s Apocalyptic Eschatology and the Practice of Lament
This paper will explore the place of hope in communal practices of lament through the lens of German political theologian Johann Baptist Metz’s apocalyptic eschatology. The cultivation andExpand