Collaborative Theology

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Description: In the time of colonial Mexico, Christians rejected human sacrifice as practiced by the Aztecs. For the preferential option begins by seeing the poor not as objects of pity but as brothers and sisters.\n The CELAM statement describes some of the main expressions of this spirituality: its feasts, novenas, rosaries, processions, love of the saints, personal intimacy with Jesus and Mary, and home altars. Other key issues in the final document include the importance and preservation of culture; proper care of the environment; the use of modern media in proclaiming the gospel; and the formation of disciples and missioners who can dedicate themselves to work on every level of society.
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