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Guadalupe in New YorkDevotion and the Struggle for Citizenship Rights among Mexican Immigrants$
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Alyshia Galvez

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780814732144

Published to NYU Press Scholarship Online: March 2016

DOI: 10.18574/nyu/9780814732144.001.0001

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Los Comités Guadalupanos and Asociación Tepeyac

Los Comités Guadalupanos and Asociación Tepeyac

Their Formation and Context

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(p.31) 3 Los Comités Guadalupanos and Asociación Tepeyac
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Guadalupe in New York
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Alyshia Gálvez

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NYU Press
DOI:10.18574/nyu/9780814732144.003.0003

This chapter recounts the founding of the two comités guadalupanos that were the focus of the research and the umbrella organization that links them, the Asociación Tepeyac. It focuses on three kinds of activities that two certain parishes engage in, not only for the ways they illustrate different modes of mobilization and institutional contexts, but also for the way they illuminate the experiences of Mexican immigrants in New York City more generally. The first is Saint John Parish's Comité Guadalupano, presided over by Father John Kenny, whose benevolent and cheerful but hands-off approach differed from the relationship the Comité of Our Lady of Rosary Parish had with its pastor. Additionally, there seems to be more emphasis within the latter parish relative to other churches on forging a generic Catholic identity, devoid of vernacular religiosities.

Keywords:   comités guadalupanos, Asociación Tepeyac, Saint John Parish, Our Lady of Rosary Parish, Catholicism, mobilization, Mexican immigrants, New York City

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