Can controversial Latin American theology speak to Catholics today?

Can controversial Latin American theology speak to Catholics today?

Can controversial Latin American theology speak to Catholics today?

Boston College Professor of Theology Roberto Goizueta, rear, and theologian Carlos Maria Galli, of Argentina, speak to students and faculty during the Ibero-American Conference of Theology, which took place at Boston College's School of Theology and Ministry from Feb. 6 - 10. (Photo courtesy of Lee Pellegrini/Boston College.)

“Latin American theology has given a lot of concepts and key notions that Francis uses in the universal magisterium now,” Rafael Luciani said. “We cannot understand Francis if we don’t understand Latin American theology.”

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