Liberation theology in Canada

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Liberation theology in Canada has had a significant history in the later 20th and early 21st Centuries.

The Fellowship for a Christian Social Order was founded in 1934 in depression-era Kingston, Ontario[1] and advocated that "the teaching of Jesus Christ, applied in an age of machine production and financial control, mean Christian Socialism".[2] During the 1970s many communities emerged in Quebec modelled on the base ecclesial communities of Latin America.[3]