Document Type

Dissertation

Publication Date

4-1988

Disciplines

Christianity | Cultural History | Ethics in Religion | Liturgy and Worship | Political Economy | Politics and Social Change | Race and Ethnicity | Social History | Sociology of Culture | United States History

Abstract

This thesis concerns the human, faithful response to God's formation process, amidst the social and cultural unrest of the twentieth century through issues such as the Civil Rights Movement, the Vietnam War, Vatican II, and North American political influence in Latin America. The author explores the extent of the relationship between the Church and its place within culture, specifically, the processes of faith formation among the laity.

This thesis or integration paper was written by Elizabeth Leone (Spencer) in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree of Master of Theological Studies at Washington Theological Union. The author belonged to the first graduating class of Marian College.

Rights

Copyright Elizabeth Leone (Spencer)