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Base Communities: An Introduction

Paperback|Nov 1993
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Defines the base community, and presents a collection of stories of witness on the issue of what it means to be Church. The text includes a glossary of terms from liberation theology, an introduction to Paulo Freire, and the key...


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Defines the base community, and presents a collection of stories of witness on the issue of what it means to be Church. The text includes a glossary of terms from liberation theology, an introduction to Paulo Freire, and the key texts from conferences and Vatican documents.
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Margaret Hebblethwaite

Hebblethwaite is a writer and theologian. She is assistant editor of The Tablet.