La Guerra de los Cristeros has 4 ratings and 0 reviews: Published by Siglo XXI Editores, pages, Paperback. La cristiada: La guerra de los cristeros. Front Cover. Jean A. La Cristiada: El conflicto entre la iglesia y el Estado · Jean A. Meyer La cristiada, Jean A. Meyer . Shop our inventory for La Cristiada: The Mexican Government’s Persecution of the Church by Jean Meyer with fast free shipping on every used book we have in .
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Maria Gracia added it Jan 22, Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Meyer has done extensive research on the Cristero War and has written books on the subject for Cambridge University and the Universidad de Guadalajara.
It’s very hard to find anything written in English about the Cristiada, so for me this book was a welcome find. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
La Guerra de los Cristeros (La Cristiada, #1) by Jean Meyer
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Bought this for my husband, and he really enjoyed the book. Tambor marked it as to-read Dec 19, There was a jena filtering reviews right now. Showing of 18 reviews. The heroism of the men and women of the Cristeros Movement is tremendously inspirational.
Explore the Home Gift Guide. For reasons too lengthy to address in this review, the West, that post-Christian collection of European countries and their ex-colonies, has bent over backwards to accommodate these Seventh-Century throwbacks.
For the sake of their right to practice their faith they fought an oppressor who vastly outnumbered them and was overwhelmingly better armed. Be the first to ask a question about La Guerra de los Cristeros. Want to Read saving…. Jean Meyer appears to be the go to source certainly, at least, for english readers for this, heretofore, rather overlooked episode of Lq history. Bythe government had pushed these laws to the limit and created a rebellion.
Firsthand Accounts of the Religious Persecution in Mexico A well written book and a subject most people know little about, but should! There is little tolerance there for opposing viewpoints especially those of a religious nature.
There’s a problem loading this menu right now. This book is a good overview of the Cristero War, a chapter of Mexican history that is virtually unknown in the United States, but don’t expect an in depth study. Under President Calles a 32d Mason and confirmed atheist Mexico enacted a series of harsh, oppressive, and rigorously enforced anti-clerical laws.
A Catholic Commentary on the History of Mexico. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. It halted Church control of schools, banned monastic orders, and eliminated religious processions and outdoor masses. This most recent volume dovetails nicely with Meyer’s major work on the subject “The Cristero Cristaida published by Cambridge Press.
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Neyer is not to say that there is little or no text. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Excellent book about events inconvenient for the elites to remember, even the Catholic hierarchy, because they chose to bargain with the devil, just as they did with Mussolini and Hitler.
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Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. In a world filled with constant religious intolerance and strife, it is easy to overlook a little known twentieth-century religious war that was fought on the shores of North America. After the Mexican Revolution ofthe newly drafted Mexican Constitution greatly restricted the function of the Church.