LAUDATO SI’, mi’ Signore” – “Praise be to you, my Lord”. In the words of this beautiful canticle, Saint Francis of Assisi reminds us that our common home is like a sister with whom we share our life and a beautiful mother who opens her arms to embrace us.”
«Laudato si’, mi’ Signore» – Alabado seas, mi Señor », cantaba san Francisco de Asís. En ese hermoso cántico nos recordaba que nuestra casa común es también como una hermana, con la cual compartimos la existencia, y como una madre bella que nos acoge entre sus brazos: « Alaba- do seas, mi Señor, por la hermana nuestra madre tierra, la cual nos sustenta, y gobierna y produce diversos frutos con coloridas flores y hierba.
Gustando los Encuentros Nacionales Hispanos de Pastoral
Por Edgard Beltrán
Estos “Encuentros” no son una reunión, ni una asamblea, ni una conferencia. Los “Encuentros” son eso, un “Encuentro”. Es encontrarse con los otros. MAS
ENAHVE is the National Team of Accompaniment and is a representative group of national Catholic organizations committed to advancing the call to the V Encuentro Nacional Hispano/Latino de Pastoral. ENAVHE is represented by 17 national and regional Catholic organizations that directly serve the Hispanic Latino community.
The Boston College School of Theology and Ministry (STM), in collaboration with the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA), announce the first comprehensive national study focusing solely on Catholic parishes with Hispanic ministry in the United States.
Click here to learn more about the national study conducted under the leadership of Dr. Hosffman Ospino from Boston College and obtain a copy.
NCCHM has a new home!
On August 1, 2015, the National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry (NCCHM) moved into its new headquarters at the Catholic Theological Union (CTU) in Chicago. CTU is also where NCCHM will celebrate its 2016 Annual Meeting and 25th Anniversary. The new office will provide NCCHM the opportunity to connect with and work closely with communities of faith and learning, leaders, theologians, faculty, and the many non-profit religious-based organizations that call CTU their home. MORE
Over 100 Hispanic and other Catholic leaders including bishops, priests, religious, educators, and philanthropists gathered in San Antonio for a national symposium on Hispanic Leadership and Philanthropy for a 21st Century Church. The symposium was sponsored by Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities (FADICA), the National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management, the Mexican American Catholic College (MACC), and the University of the Incarnate Word. MORE