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

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ARCHIVAL SOURCES

Al Luna Private Collection

Blase Bonpane Collection, Special Collections, UCLA Graduate Library

Chancery Archival Collection, Archival Center, Archdiocese of Los Angeles, San Fernando Mission, San Fernando, California

Claretian Archives, Claretian Provincial House, Los Angeles, California

Cynthia Anderson-Barker Private Collection

Dolores Mission Archives, Dolores Mission Parish, Los Angeles, California

Don Smith Private Collection

Fr. Brian Cully, C.M.F. Private Collection

Fr. Juan Romero Private Collection

Graciela Limón Private Collection

Henry Olivares Private Collection

Industrial Areas Foundation Collection, Daley Library, University of Illinois at Chicago

Ken Gregorio Private Collection

La Placita Archives, Los Angeles

Larry McNeil Papers, 1938–1987, Industrial Areas Foundation Records, Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin

Lydia López Private Collection

Mary Brent Wehrli Private Collection

Olivares Family Private Collection

PADRES Collection, Special Collections, Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame

Philip Zwerling Private Collection

Rubén Martínez Private Collection


NEWSPAPERS

America

Business Week

Catholic Agitator

Catholic Review

Daily Breeze

Daily News

Downtown News

El Diario de Los Angeles

El Mundo

El Norte

Episcopal News

The Executive

The Guardian

Hispanic Business

Honolulu Advertiser

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times Magazine

La Opinión

LA Weekly

Maryknoll

National Catholic Register

National Catholic Reporter

National Jesuit News

New York Times

North East Sun

Noticias del Mundo

Orange County Register

Our Sunday Visitor

Peacemaking

Post-Gazette

Reporter (San Diego)

Revista Maryknoll

San Jose Chronicle

Southern Cross

Sunday Press-Telegram

The Tidings

Time

USA Today

Vanity Fair

Ventura Star

Vida Nueva

Wall Street Journal

Washington Post

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Table of contents

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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