PDC Homepage

Home » Products » Purchase

Journal of Religion and Violence

Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013

Gustavo Morello, S.J.
Pages 48-70
DOI: 10.5840/jrv20131119

Christianity and Revolution: Catholicism and Guerrilla Warfare in Argentina’s Seventies

Through an analysis of the journal Cristianismo y Revolución (Buenos Aires, 1966-1971), this paper highlights the conditions that made the link between certain Catholic groups and revolutionary movements possible during the Sixties in Argentina. The changes in Christian conscience characterized by the attempts the Catholic Church made during the twentieth century to face the Modern era, and by developing a concern for structural social problems, were the primary influences that led some Catholics to the Left. Moral concern with the poor, the success of the Cuban Revolution and the political situation in Argentina and throughout Latin America laid the foundation for revolutionary activity.

Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe here
Already a subscriber? Login here

This document may be purchased

Purchase this article for
$25.00 USD
Enter your confirmation number if you've already purchased this article.