Case Study Humn2410_KDaly

Case Study Humn2410_KDaly - Kyle Daly Case Study: Latin...

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Kyle Daly Case Study: Latin America and the Catholic Church Humn 410 What did some reform-minded Catholics in Nicaragua hope that the pope might do during his visit to that country? What position did the pope eventually make clear to the Nicaraguan priests? Why were some Nicaraguan Catholics disappointed with the pope’s position on political action? What did they, correctly as it proved, fear might happen after the pope’s visit? Pope John Paul II visited Nicaragua in 1983. At that time, the Catholic people who wanted to reform Nicaragua into a more peaceful place were left disappointed after the Pope’s visit. They were hoping that he would address the problems that existed in Nicaragua at that time. The Pope did not talk about what the people of Nicaragua were going through back then in their war-torn land. The pope had made it clear that he was not going to speak about the true problems or offer any hope to the people who lived in Nicaragua at that time in 1983. The Catholic people were
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This note was uploaded on 06/24/2011 for the course HUNM 410 taught by Professor Jessen during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Chicago.

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Case Study Humn2410_KDaly - Kyle Daly Case Study: Latin...

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