Crossing Swords: Politics and Religion in Mexico

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breaking down those traditions. As Mexico faces new political and economic challenges on its developmental path, the Church's contributions are likely to expand rather than be withdrawn.


NOTES
1.
Brian H. Smith, "Church and Human Rights in Latin America," Journal of Inter- American Studies and World Affairs 21 ( February 1979): 117.
2.
Comisión Mexicana de Defensa y Promoción de Derechos Humanos, Report on Human Rights ( Mexico City: CMDP, 1992), 43; Rafael Rodríguez Castañeda, "Antidemocracia y violación de derechos humanos, en aras de salvaguardar el proyecto económico," Proceso, March 26, 1990, 14.
3.
Americas Watch, Unceasing Abuses: Human Rights in Mexico One Year after the Introduction of Reform ( New York: Americas Watch, 1991), 5.
4.
Patricia Arias et al., Radiografía de la iglesia católica en México ( Mexico City: UNAM, 1981), 14.
5.
Martín de la Rosa, "La Iglesia católica en México, del Vaticano II a la CELAM III," Cuadernos Politicos 19 ( January-March 1979): 94.
6.
Dennis M. Hanratty, "Change and Conflict in the Contemporary Mexican Catholic Church," unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, 1980, 158.
7.
Martín de la Rosa, "La Iglesia católica en México,"95.
8.
Allan Metz, "Church-State Relations in Contemporary Mexico, 1968-1988," in The Religious Challenge to the State, Matthew C. Moen and Lowell S. Gustafson, eds. ( Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1992), 107.
9.
Personal interview with Father Ernesto Menenses Morales, former president of the Ibero-American University, Mexico City, June 6, 1988.
10.
Carolyn Cook Dipboye, "Tbe Roman Catholic Church and the Political Structure for Human Rights in Latin America, 1968-1980," Journal of Church and State 24 (Autumn 1982): 522-223.
11.
Allan Metz, "Church-State Relations in Contemporary Mexico,"117.
12.
Article 4 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights contains the following: "All states shall adopt effective means of preventing and eliminating all discrimination based on religion or beliefs in the recognition, the exercise, and the enjoyment of human rights and fundamental liberties in all aspects of civil, economic, political, social, and cultural life." See Luis Reynoso, "Planteamiento del problema entre la iglesia y la comunidad politica," in La participacóon política del clero en México, Luis J. Molina, ed. ( Mexico City: UNAM, 1990), 171. For evidence of the debate, see George Grayson, The Church in Contemporary Mexico ( Washington: CSIS, 1992), 58.
13.
Proceso, May 13, 1985, 16.
14.
Allan Metz, "Church-State Relations in Contemporary Mexico, 1968-1988,"119.
15.
Proceso, November 28, 1988, 18.
16.
Carolyn Cook Dipboye, "The Roman Catholic Church and the Political Structure for Human Rights in Latin America, 1968-1980,"513.
17.
Brian H. Smith, "Churrh and Human Rights in Latin America,"116.
18.
Comisión Mexicana de Defensa y Promoción de Derechos Humanos, Report on Human Rights ( Mexico City: CMDP, 1992), 55-57, 72.
19.
Marjorie Miller, "Mexico Church-State Relations: Stepping Out from the Shadows," Los Angeles Times, April 29, 1990, n.p.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • 1 - Church and State Foundations of Analysis 3
  • Notes 19
  • 2 - Historical Underpinnings and Reform Two Decades in Brief Repose 24
  • Notes 41
  • Issues Facing the Church Politics, Partisanship, and Development 50
  • Notes 70
  • 4 - Issues Facing the Church Moral and Spiritual Challenges 79
  • Notes 99
  • 5 - Religion, Politics, and the Laity 109
  • Notes 126
  • 6 - Becoming a Priest Why Mexicans Enter the Clergy 135
  • Notes 150
  • Educating the Clergy from Priest to Bishop 154
  • Notes 174
  • 8 - Who Are the Bishops? Consequences of Family and Place 180
  • Notes 199
  • 9 - Church-State Interlocks Informal Relations 202
  • Notes 222
  • 10 - Structure and Decision Making 228
  • Notes 251
  • 11 - Structure and Decision Making the Bishop in His Diocese 259
  • Notes 276
  • 12 - The Church Viewed through Political and Clerical Lenses 283
  • Notes 302
  • Appendix - Mexican Bishops 309
  • Bibliographic Essay 319
  • Index 327
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