- Jan 27, 2021
Hispanic ministry leaders from dioceses across the United States addressed the future of Hispanic ministry and the crises generated by the pandemic and racial tensions among other issues during a V Encuentro virtual gathering Oct. 9-10.
The Catholic Church and American society should recognize the historic and current contributions of Hispanic and Latino leaders, said a U.S. bishop at the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated Sept. 15-Oct. 15.
An American pilgrim from California who had lunch with Pope Francis on Saturday said he is committed to ridding the Church of the “crime” of sex abuse.
Crux’s look back at a tumultuous 2018 year for the U.S. Catholic Church.
Hosffman Ospino is an associate professor of Hispanic ministry and religious education at Boston College. He spoke to Crux about the state of the Church in the United States after V Encuentro.
Some of the nation’s most vocal bishops on immigration were at the Encuentro. Their message to Crux: America is stronger because of its immigrants.