Cardenal


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Cardenal

Ernesto . born 1925, Nicaraguan poet, revolutionary, and Roman Catholic priest; an influential figure in the Sandinista movement.
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Immediately after the service, responding to queries about Saenz's decision to remove Cardenal, Sobrino said he did not believe it was "suitable" to think that "the only model of parish that can exist is that in which an ordained minister does everything, directs everything.
7 km of tunnels and accesses to installations for the stations of Cola de Maniobras, Estacion Terminal Norte, Estacion Cardenal Caro, Vivaceta, Conchali and Plaza Chacabuco.
They never thought the Soviet Union was going to charge us for this, but now they are," said Fernando Cardenal, a Jesuit priest ousted by the community and suspended by the Vatican because of his participation as education minister in the Sandinista government in the 1980s.
Nicaraguan poet, sculptor and philosopher Ernesto Cardenal became for many the cultural symbol of the Nicaraguan revolution.
Rodolfo Cardenal, the vice rector of San Salvador's Central American University and colleague of the six slain Jesuits, said the selection of Saenz has caused upset- and dismay throughout the Salvadoran church.
It includes a preface by Ernesto Cardenal and an epilogue by Gustavo Gutierrez.
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By Ernesto Cardenal Translated by John Lyons Curbstone Press (321 Jackson St.
Contract notice: Surveillance and protection of buildings occupying the institute of fiscal studies and the state tax administration agency located on the campus of the avenida del cardenal herrera oria, 378, madrid.
Grouped into four major sections, the 14 essays that follow those by Ellacuria offer a mosaic reading of his legacy by seminal liberation theologians (Jon Sobrino and Gustavo Gutierrez), seasoned interpreters from the United States (Robert Lassalle-Klein and Michael Lee), Latin America (Rodolfo Cardenal and Hector Samour), and Europe (Martin Maier and Jose Sols Lucia), as well as consistently superb essays from younger scholars (Thomas Fomet-Ponse, David Ignatius Gandolfo, Jonas Hagedom, Francisco de Aquino Junior, Sebastian Pittl, and Andrew Prevot).
Fernando Cardenal (NCR, April 24-May 7) was a reminder of those turbulent days of struggle in Central America.
Para nuestras intenciones, demostraremos que Cardenal se sirve de las posibilidades semanticas del termino "pueblo" para elaborar un tercer espacio que nace de las ambiguedades narrativas y que emerge de la tension entre lo subalterno y la hegemonia sandinista post-revolucionaria.