Living with(out) borders: Catholic theological ethics on the migration of peoples

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Subtitles:Living without borders
Contributors: Brazal, Agnes M. (Editor); Dávila, María Teresa (Editor)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Maryknoll Orbis Books [2016]
Enclosed titles:The making of migrations  (Saskia Sassen)
The Sudanese refugees in Egypt: a tale of encounters and failures  (Nader Michel)
Sailing the waves on our own  (Maryanne Loughry)
Partaking in "foreignness" as consolation: the work of Centro Astalli with refugees in Rome  (Diego Alonso-Lasheras)
Immigration policy between selective recruitment and restriction: ethical questions concerning third-century migrants in the Czech Republic  (Peter Štica)
The place of displacement: the ethics of migration in the United States  (William O'Neill)
Sex trafficking and feminicide along the border: re-membering our daughters  (Nancy Pineda-Madrid)
Immigration and vulnerable bodies: migrants and health risks in Brazil  (Alexandre Andrade Martins)
Temporary migrants, their bodies, and families  (Christine E. Gudorf)
Limiting hope? China's hukou system and its impact on internal migration and family patterns  (Regina Wentzel Wolfe)
Familismo across the Americas: en route to a liberating Christian family ethic  (Kristin E. Heyer)
Lifting the veil: theological reflections on marriage migration  (Gemma Tulud Cruz)
Fortitude in the midst of weakness: the case of Haitian migrant associations in Ecuador  (Mauricio Alarcón Burbano)
Hospitality and solidarity: virtues integral to a humane refugee policy  (Deogratias M. Rwezaura)
Fair trade tourism: practicing hospitality and keeping the Sabbath in a foreign land  (Patrick T. McCormick)
"Always remember where you came from": an ethics of migrant memory  (Peter C. Phan)
Migration for livelihood: hope amid untold miseries of tribal girls  (Prem Xalxo)
Baklâ and pagladlad: unfurling boundaries of self, home, and theological imagination  (Michael Sepidoza Campos)
The itinerant fraternity of Jesus: christological discernment of the migration drama  (Rafael Luciani)
Toward an Ubuntu trinitarian prophetic theology: a social critique of blindness to the other  (Nontando Hadebe)
A future beyond borders: reimagining the nation-state and the church  (David Hollenbach)
The ambivalence of borders and the challenge of an ethics of liminality  (Marianne Heimbach-Steins)
Volumes / Articles:Show volumes/articles.
Series/Journal:Catholic theological ethics in the world church
Further subjects:B Emigration and immigration Religious aspects Catholic Church
B Catholic Church Doctrines Catholic Church
B Theology, Doctrinal
B Globalization Religious aspects Catholic Church
B Christian sociology Catholic Church
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Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:1626981663