Witnesses to the Kingdom The Martyrs of el Salvador and the Crucified Peoples

ISBN-10: 1570754683
ISBN-13: 9781570754685
Edition: 2003
Authors: Jon Sobrino
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Description: These essays on the role and meaning of martyrdom contain some of Sobrino's most powerful writing, including poignant personal memories of Romero and of his Jesuit brothers, and reflections on their legacy for the church.

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Book details

List price: $24.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Orbis Books
Publication date: 4/1/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

These essays on the role and meaning of martyrdom contain some of Sobrino's most powerful writing, including poignant personal memories of Romero and of his Jesuit brothers, and reflections on their legacy for the church.

Introduction: Jesuanic Martyrs and the Crucified Peoples
My Memory of the Martyrs
Archbishop Romero: Some Personal Recollections
Maura, Ita, Dorothy, and Jean
Companions of Jesus
"Something Terrible Has Happened"
Who Were They?
Why Were They Killed?
Who Killed Them?
A New Idea of a Christian University
Their Church
Their Theology
Their Legacy
Theological Reflection
From a Theology of Liberation Alone to a Theology of Martyrdom
Prior Reflections
Importance for the Theological Task
Importance for Systematic Theology
Importance for Basic Theology
Importance for Spirituality
Jesuanic Martyrs in the Third World
The Need to Historicize the Traditional Conception of Martyrdom
The "Jesuanic" Conception of Martyrdom
The Jesuanic Martyrs and Theology
The Crucified People: Reference Point of the Jesuanic Martyrs
The Latin American Martyrs: Challenge and Grace for the Church
The Need for a Challenge to Today's Church
Incarnation: "Overcoming Unreality"
Mission: "Salvation of the Reality"
Cross: "Bearing the Burden of Reality"
Resurrection: "Letting Reality Carry Us"
The Crucified Peoples: Yahweh's Suffering Servant Today
The Crucified Peoples: A Horrifying Fact
The Crucified People as Yahweh's Suffering Servant
The Salvation the Crucified Peoples Bring
Their Legacy
Monsenor Romero, a Salvadoran and a Christian
Monsenor Romero Was, Like Jesus, "Real" in His Incarnation within the True Reality of El Salvador
Monsenor Romero, Like Jesus, Fulfilled His Mission, Which Was the Evangelization of an Entire Nation, of All of Reality
Monsenor Romero Bore the Burden of Reality: Like Jesus, He Died on the Cross
Monsenor Romero Accepted the Burden of Reality and Experienced the Grace of Living as if Already Participating in the Resurrection
Archbishop Romero: Requirement, Judgment and Good News
Monsenor's Presence in This Anniversary
Monsenor's Identity: Identification with the People and with His God
The Real Tradition of Monsenor: To Carry On His Work and His Cause
Archbishop Romero: Prophecy, Judgment, and Good News
The Legacy of the Martyrs of the Central American University
The Incarnation Which Humanizes: Coming to Be in the Real World
The Heart Which Is Moved to Mercy
The Truth Which Defends the Victims
Structural Mercy: The Paths of Justice
Enduring Mercy: The Greatest Love
The Joy of the Beatitudes
The Faith Which Walks Humbly with God through History
Martyrdom: A Cry Which Continues to Resound
Archbishop Romero and the Faith of Ignacio Ellacuria
Struggling with God
Facing the Mystery of God with Archbishop Romero
Carried by the Faith of a Crucified People
Epilogue
A Letter to Ignacio Ellacuria (1990)
Letter to Ignacio Ellacuria (2001)
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