Antonio Eduardo Alonso works at the intersection of theology and culture, with a particular focus on worship and ritual practices. A Cuban-American Roman Catholic, he is a fellow of the Hispanic Theological Initiative. His articles have appeared in a range of journals including Modern Theology, Worship, and Liturgy. Alonso’s current research centers on the relationship between consumer culture and Eucharist as well as the theological implications of the work of Michel de Certeau. In addition to his scholarly work, he is a widely published composer of liturgical music in both English and Spanish; his music appears in hymnals across denominations throughout the world.