1 1144 Hancock St. Newton, MA 02466, USA Angel Santiago Vendrell is a Th.D. candidate at Boston University in the areas of history and theology of mission. He received his BA from Lee College, MDiv from the Church of God Theological
Seminary and a ThM from Princeton Seminary. A previous version of this article was presented during the 31st Annual Meeting of the Society of Pentecostal Studies at Southeastern College, Lakeland, Florida., Email: email@example.com
This article addresses popular religion as conceived by Hispanic theologians. The article is contextual in its nature, focusing only on an intra-dialogue among Latino/a theologians. Popular religion is considered by many to be impregnated all over the lives of Latinos living in the United States. My intention is to formulate how popular religion could be approached as a source for ecumenical dialogue and further collaboration between Hispanic Pentecostals and Roman Catholics.