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subsequent generations who may not fit within either an immigrant or a Euro- American model of ministry.


NOTES
1.
Quoted in "Cardinal Sees New Energy in California Melting Pot." National Catholic Reporter, October 1, 1996:5.
2.
The data are reported in relation to Los Angeles (LA) County, LA city, LA region, and the LA Archdiocese, depending on the source.
3.
The term "Chicano," or for women "Chicana," refers to people of Mexican ancestry born in the United States, as distinct from recent immigrants from Mexico. "Latino" and "Latina" refer to all people with Spanish surnames, born in the United States, in Mexico, or in other parts of Latin America.
4.
Most sections of the bill were struck down by the courts.
5.
These figures are close approximations.
6.
All numbers are rounded to the nearest 1,000.

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Cheng Lucie, and Philip Yang. 1996. "Asians: The 'Model Minority' Deconstructed." Pp. 305-344 in Roger Waldinger and Mehdi Bozorgmehr (eds.), Ethnic Los Angeles. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Diaz-Stevens Ana Maria. 1994. "Analyzing Popular Religiosity for Socioreligious Meaning." Pp. 17-36 in Anthony Stevens-Arroyo and Ana Maria Diaz-Stevens (eds.), An Enduring Flame: Studies on Latino Popular Religiosity. New York: Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies.

Durkheim Emile. 1965. The Division of Labor in Society. New York: Free Press.

Elizondo Virgilio. 1994. "Popular Religion as the Core of Cultural Identity in the Mexican- American Experience." Pp. 113-132 in Anthony Stevens-Arroyo and Ana Maria Diaz- Stevens (eds.), An Enduring Flame: Studies on Latino Popular Religiosity. New York: Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies.

Foy Felician A., and Rose M. Avato (eds.). 1997. Catholic Almanac. Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor.

Hurtado Aida, David Hayes-Bautista, R. Burciaga Valdez, and Anthony Hernandez (eds.). 1992. Redefining California: Latino Social Engagement in a Multicultural Society. Los Angeles: Chicano Studies Research Center, University of California at Los Angeles.

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Mozingo Joe, and Patrick McDonnell. 1997. "Sacred Sojourn." Los Angeles Times (May 15): B1,6.

Official Catholic Directory. 1997. New York: P. J. Kenedy and Sons.

Sahagun Louis. 1992. "Mothers of Conviction." Los Angeles Times (September 16):B1,4.

Stevens-Arroyo Anthony, and Ana Maria Diaz-Stevens (eds.). 1994. An Enduring Flame: Studies on Latino Popular Religiosity. New York: Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies.

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