There is a vast area of our world that we have barely begun to explore and that part is - each other.
Accomplishments / CV
Cecilia González-Andrieu, PhD. Received the PhD in 2007 from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. Her scholarship focuses on two areas: Art and Religion and Systematic Theology. She returned to her alma mater Loyola Marymount University where she is an Associate Professor teaching in the fields of Theology and the Arts, U.S. Latino Theology and Christian Theology. Dr. González-Andrieu is active in leadership on a number of projects, among these: the National Symposium on Hispanic Ministry, the Board of Directors of the Society for the Arts in Religious and Theological Studies, the Teaching Theology in a Global and the Transnational Context Working Group. She is also co-convener of the Latino Consultation for the Catholic Theological Society of America. Her recent book Bridge to Wonder: Art as a Gospel of Beauty (Baylor University Press, 2012) continues to attract much critical acclaim internationally.
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Good Morning, i want to introduce myself, new to CIVA. Art in a renewed Church would be a good thing these days. Hope some of what i have to offer will be helpful to you, your life, your art and your spirit. peace
I can’t think of a better use for my work than having it play a part in a serious and spirited discussion. I couldn’t be happier or more grateful. You can view the entire body of my work, “The Fourteen Stations of the Cross,” on my web site: www.jantonucciart.com.