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Asian and Pacific Presence: Harmony in F

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ISBN 10: 1574554492 / ISBN 13: 9781574554496
Published by USCCB Publishing, 2001
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Title: Asian and Pacific Presence: Harmony in F

Publisher: USCCB Publishing

Publication Date: 2001

Book Condition:Good

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As this moving pastoral statement presents, the rapidly growing Asian and Pacific American communities have helped the Church shine as a sacrament of unity and universality.

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This "being Asian" is best discovered and affirmed not in confrontation and opposition, but in the spirit of complementarity and harmony. In this framework of complementarity and harmony, the Church can communicate the Gospel in a way that is faithful both to her own Tradition and to the Asian soul. -The Church in Asia (Ecclesia in Asia), no. 6 In this pastoral statement, the U.S. bishops present a portrait of the rapidly growing Asian and Pacific American communities and reflect on their contributions to the Church as well as their pastoral needs and concerns. Building on John Paul II's The Church in Asia and their recent statement, Welcoming the Stranger Among Us, the bishops celebrate the diversity of homelands, languages, religions, and ecclesial experiences of Asian and Pacific Americans, and identify some of the cultural gifts that Asian and Pacific Americans bring to the Church, including the value placed on harmony, family, education, spirituality, and religiosity, and a long tradition of lay leadership. The statement offers national, diocesan, and parish-level leaders seven strategies to more fully support the continued growth and maturing of the Asian and Pacific communities within the Church. English: No. 5-449 Spanish: No. 5-868 Related Titles Welcoming the Stranger Among Us: Unity in Diversity -A Statement of the U.S. Catholic Bishops English: No. 5-375, 80 pp. Spanish: No. 5-848, 80 pp. -Welcoming the Stranger Kit, No. 5-407 -Called to Welcome the Stranger Among Us English: No. 5-404, 8-panel brochure Spanish: No. 5-849, 8-panel brochure Korean: No. 5-455, 8-panel brochure Vietnamese: No. 5-456, 8-panel brochure Chinese: No. 5-457, 8-panel brochure Haitian Creole: No. 5-458, 8-panel brochure Brazilian Portuguese: No. 5-459, 8-panel brochure -Called to Welcome the Stranger Prayer Card, No. 5-460 To order this resource or to obtain a catalog of other USCCB titles, call toll-free 800-235-8722. In the Washington metropolitan area or from outside the United States, call 202-722-8716. Visit the U.S. bishops' Internet site located at www.usccb.org. (USCCB Logo) Publication No. 5-449 United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Washington, D.C. ISBN 1-57455-449-2 (Bar Code)

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