Includes bibliographical references.
Teaching and living toward a revolutionary intimacy / The scaffolding of whiteness : race and place in the Christian imagination / "In the bone" : race, theological anthropology, and intergenerational trauma / Sources of revolution in San Antonio's westside : women's voices and youth power / Teaching comparative theology after Charlottesville / Sex, gender, and revolution : where was theology? / Sex, secularity, and cognitive dissonance : Catholics and conscience in the wake of 1968 / Humanae Vitae, menstruating bodies, and revolution from within / Leaping toward an embodied hope : Emily Pennington's feminist eschatology and Joan Didion's Slouching Towards Bethlehem (1968) / "You say you want a green revolution?" Eugene and Abigail McCarthy and Catholic agrarianism / Proximity, disruption, and grace : notes for a pedagogy of racial justice and reconciliation / Bernard Lonergan on the revolution in Catholic theology / Prophecy and the Paschal imagination : Sandra Schneiders's challenge to ecclesial spirituality / "A desire for encounter with the absolute" : Néstor Paz and revolutionary mysticism / The revolutionary implications of Medelliín and Pope Francis / Epilogue : beyond land o'lakes : in the year 2065 will Catholic theology still be alive? / Willie James Jennings -- Erin Kidd -- Stephanie C. Edwards -- Oswald John Nira -- Tracy Sayuki Tiemeier -- Julie Hanlon Rubio -- Daniel A. Rober -- Doris M. Kieser -- David von Schlichten -- William J. Collinge -- Christopher Pramuk -- Donna Teevan -- B. Kevin Brown -- Glenn Young -- John Sniegocki -- William L. Portier.
Government, Resistance to--Religious aspects--Catholic Church--Congresses.
Revolutions--Religious aspects--Catholic Church--Congresses.
Church and social problems--Catholic Church--Congresses.
Christianity and politics--Congresses.
United States--Church history--Congresses.
BT738.3 / .Y68 2019