Bishop Dan Martins has written a good reflection on the House of Bishops discussion of liberation theology over on his blog "Confessions of a Carioca". Well worth the read HERE (hat tip to Bart, whoever he is.)
Bishop Dan raises an important question,
" As I continue to ponder the ramifications of the rapid advance of the post-Christian era in western society, it strikes me that Liberation Theology may actually presume a Christendom paradigm, in which the Church advocates for the Christian poor in challenge to their Christian exploiters. In such a model, evangelization is not a paramount concern; the cast of characters in the drama are presumed to already be evangelized, to already be part of the community of the altare Dei. But what if this is no longer the case?"
Great question awaiting a great answer.