Father Luis Olivares, a Biography: Faith Politics and the Origins of the Sanctuary Movement in Los Angeles

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NOTES

ABBREVIATIONS
LAHELos Angeles Herald Examiner
LATLos Angeles Times
NCRNational Catholic Reporter

PROLOGUE

1. See The Tidings, n.d., Olivares Family Collection; LAT, Dec. 16, 1990; Henry Olivares interview; Martínez, Other Side, 141–42.

2. Olivares family interview.

3. See Father Luis Olivares, C.M.F., X Anniversary Program, Apr. 7, 2003, Henry Olivares collection.

4. NCR, Apr. 2, 1993, 2.

5. Henry Olivares interview.

6. NCR, Apr. 2, 1993, 2.

7. Olivares family interview; Henry Olivares interview; also see, LAT, Mar. 20, 1993, B-1.

8. Bonpane interview.


INTRODUCTION

1. See Mario T. García, Blowout!

2. See Mario T. García, Latino Generation.

3. See Mario T. García, Memories of Chicano History; Mario García, Blowout!; Mario García, Mexican Americans; Mario Garcia, Making of a Mexican American Mayor; Mario García, Chicano Liberation Theology; and Mario García, Chicano Generation.

4. See, for example, Blanton, George I. Sánchez; Félix D. Almaráz, Knight Without Armor; Ignacio García, Hector P. García; Fisch, All Rise: Reynaldo G. Garza; Limón, Américo Paredes; Kreneck, Mexican American Odyssey; Busto, King Tiger.

5. Carr, What Is History?.

6. Mario García, Católicos. There has been some significant work on Chicano/ Latino Catholic and Protestant history, such as Badillo, Latinos and the New Immigrant Church; Hinojosa, Latino Mennonites; Matovina, Guadalupe and Her Faithful; Matovina, Tejano Religion and Ethnicity; Medina, Las Hermanas; Pulido, Sacred World of the Penitentes; Treviño, Church in the Barrio.

7. Djupe and Olson, Religious Interests in Community Conflict, 266.

8. Gottlieb, Joining Hands.

9. Hondagneu-Sotelo, God’s Heart Has No Borders.

10. Gutterman and Murphy, Religion, Politics, and American Identity, 11; and Burke, “Latino Spirituality,” 154. Also see Matovina, Latino Catholicism.

11. Gottlieb, Joining Hands, xvi.

12. See Smith, Emergence of Liberation Theology.

13. Mario T. García, Católicos, 131–70, 207–75.

14. Mario T. García, ed., Gospel of César Chávez, 31. Also see Dalton, Moral Vision of César Chávez. Also see León, The Political Spirituality of César Chávez.

15. Slessarev-Jamir, Prophetic Activism.

16. Other texts that have influenced my thinking on faith-based movements or on faith and politics include: Marsh, Beloved Community; Levitt, God Needs No Passport; Foley and Hoge, Religion and the New Immigrants; Hagan, Migration Miracle; Ebaugh and Chafetz, eds., Religion Across Borders; Groody and Campese, eds., Promised Land, A Perilous Journey.

17. See Smith, Resisting Reagan.

18. Hondagneu-Sotelo, God’s Heart, 16; Menjivar, Fragmented Ties.

19. León, Political Spirituality of Cesar Chavez, 89–93.

20. The literature on Chávez is extensive and here I will only reference the following: Levy, César Chávez; Griswold del Castillo and García, César Chávez; Powell, Crusades of

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Prologue 1
  • Introduction 5
  • One - San Antonio 31
  • Two - Seminary 56
  • Three - Priesthood 86
  • Four - Company Man 124
  • Five - Conversion 154
  • Six - Organizing the Barrio 181
  • Seven - Community Priest 207
  • Eight - Preparing Sanctuary 248
  • Nine - Declaring Sanctuary 307
  • Ten - Expanding Sanctuary 343
  • Eleven - The Good Pastor 390
  • Twelve - ¡presente! 445
  • Epilogue 498
  • Acknowledgments 501
  • Notes 503
  • Bibliography 539
  • Index 545
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