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  2. As far as I understand, the use of the Latin language developed because it was spoken in the Roman Empire. At the Council of Trent, the liturgy was codified and the Missal was in Latin for all Roman Catholic Masses.

  3. At first, Latin was used because it was the dominant language in Rome where the church was centered. Greek, Latin, and Aramaic were other languages used in the early church. As Rome became more dominant, Latin become more central as a language as Christianity became the official religion of the Empire. When the Empire fell apart, Lat

  4. -Pope Pius XI and "The use of the Latin language prevailing in a great part of the Church affords at once an imposing sign of unity and an effective safeguard against the corruption of true doctrine." -Pope Pius XII 9 level 1 · 6 mo. ago I think Pope St. John XXIII said it very well.

    • Spanish Colonization of The Americas
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    • Liberation Theology

    The Age of Discovery began with the voyage of Christopher Columbus c. 1492. It is characterised by European colonization of missionary activity. Pope Alexander VI, in the papal bull Inter caetera, awarded colonial rights over most of the newly discovered lands to Spain and Portugal. The expansion of the Catholic Portuguese Empire and Spanish Empire...

    For most of the history of post-colonial Latin America, religious rights have been regularly violated, and even now, tensions and conflict in the area of religion remain. Religious human rights, in the sense of freedom to exercise and practice one's religion, are almost universally guaranteed in the laws and constitutions of Latin America today, al...

    In the 1960s, growing social awareness and politicization in the Latin American Church gave birth to liberation theologywhich openly supported anti-imperialist movements. The Peruvian priest, Gustavo Gutiérrez, became its primary proponent and, in 1979, the bishops' conference in Mexico officially declared the Latin American Church's "preferential ...

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