Crossing Swords: Politics and Religion in Mexico

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Index
Abortion
laity's views on, 122
Acción Católica de la Juventud Mexicana (ACJM)
linking Church to PAN, 57
Acosta Urquidi, Mariclare
family roots of, 143
on violence in Guerrero, 100 n. 26
Aguascalientes
important case study of bishop, 279 n. 67
Aguilera González, Francisco María
comment on family influence, 136-137
spiritual and temporal tasks intertwined, 290
Alemán, Miguel
conciliation pattern, 28-29
Almeida, Alberto
civic education project, 292
confrontation with Manuel Bartlett, 65
dealings with Vatican delegate, 65
role in Chihuahua electoral fraud, 64
social pastoral statement, 68
support for progressive positions, 77 n. 137
Alvarado Alcántara, Abelardo
seminary influence on, 146
Anticlericalism
consequences of bishops steeped in, 213
in the historical context, 24
impact on liberation theology, 88
Archbishops
relation to bishops, 261
Argentina
economic control of Church in, 234
Arias, Patricia
study of Aguascalientes, 279 n. 67
Armendáriz, Antonio
access to education, 208-209
Article 343
CEM's position on, 67
restrictions on priests in 1987 electoral code, 67
Atheists
important differences, 124
political views of, 123
Auxiliary bishops
appointment pattern among, 264
canon law on, 264
priests who become, 263-264
in the United States, 264
Avila Camacho, Manuel
climate of administration, 28
"I am a believer" declaration, 28
Bailey, David C.
on Catholic literature, 9
on PAN connection to Church, 205
on textbooks, 224-225 n. 50
Bartlett, Manuel
role in 1986 Chihuahua election fraud, 64
ties to Girolamo Prigione, 211, 218
Basáñez, Miguel
polls on religion, 127 n. 20

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Table of contents

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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