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Virgilio P. Elizondo (August 28, 1935 – March 14, 2016) was a Mexican-American Roman Catholic priest and community activist, who was also a leading scholar of Liberation and Hispanic theology. He was widely regarded as "the father of U.S. Latino religious thought." Elizondo was the founder of the Pastoral Institute at the University of the Incarnate Word. He was also a co-founder of the Mexican-American Cultural Center, a think tank for scholars and religious leaders to develop pastoral ministry and theology from a Hispanic perspective. He was well known for his book, Galilean Journey: The Mexican-American Promise, which examined the similarities between Jesus' Galilean background and the mestizo experience.

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  • Virgilio P. Elizondo (August 28, 1935 – March 14, 2016) was a Mexican-American Roman Catholic priest and community activist, who was also a leading scholar of Liberation and Hispanic theology. He was widely regarded as "the father of U.S. Latino religious thought." Elizondo was the founder of the Pastoral Institute at the University of the Incarnate Word. He was also a co-founder of the Mexican-American Cultural Center, a think tank for scholars and religious leaders to develop pastoral ministry and theology from a Hispanic perspective. He was well known for his book, Galilean Journey: The Mexican-American Promise, which examined the similarities between Jesus' Galilean background and the mestizo experience.
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  • Virgilio P. Elizondo (August 28, 1935 – March 14, 2016) was a Mexican-American Roman Catholic priest and community activist, who was also a leading scholar of Liberation and Hispanic theology. He was widely regarded as "the father of U.S. Latino religious thought." Elizondo was the founder of the Pastoral Institute at the University of the Incarnate Word. He was also a co-founder of the Mexican-American Cultural Center, a think tank for scholars and religious leaders to develop pastoral ministry and theology from a Hispanic perspective. He was well known for his book, Galilean Journey: The Mexican-American Promise, which examined the similarities between Jesus' Galilean background and the mestizo experience.
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