- Apr 4, 2020
The U.S. bishops, aware of the growing numbers of Catholics in the country who are of Hispanic origin, voted to write a new pastoral plan for Latino Catholics that would be produced sometime between 2021 and 2024.
Two US bishops in Rome this week to present the results of a major assembly of Hispanic-American Catholics say their presence delivers a simple message: Not all Americans think alike, and most them aren’t anti-pope.
Mario and Paola Martinez , who co-direct the Diocese of San Bernardino’s new Office for Marriage and Family Life, said they see the role as an opportunity to serve their community while also offering an example of both lay and Latino leadership.
HOUSTON, Texas — A special Mass in Houston for 1,000 Hispanic women at the Catholic Charismatic Center was celebrated to recognize the 217 women graduating from a five-year program called the Asociacion Mexicana de Superacion Integral de la Familia. Founded by a group of Catholic laywomen in Mexico more than
The process of leading up to last year’s V Encuentro, including the diocesan and regional encuentros — served as fertile ground for immigrant Americans to exercise their rights in their new country, according to a Bread for the World activist.
The vision among planners prior to the Fifth Encuentro last September was to identify and create a path to leadership in parishes, dioceses and on the national Catholic stage for bilingual, bicultural Hispanic leaders.