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Latinos' view of the church as family and "embedded" clericalism may contribute to a reluctance to hold clergy accountable. But their divergence from Anglo Catholics blurs among the young.
The V Encuentro national gathering closes with resolve that Catholic Latinos "don't want to be guests anymore. We want to be full members of the household of God."
Book review: Against today's backdrop of extraordinary political upheaval and heightened racism, Natalia Imperatori-Lee stresses Latino/a tools for engaging this reality.
For Gerardo Vargas, the prospect of dining with a bishop seemed like a meeting with the "undercover boss": "He’s the person in charge, and there are so many steps before getting to the bishop."