There is no doubt that “comings and goings” are part of life in the Catholic Church, but maybe now is a good time to reframe the question and simply ask: “Why?”
I now pray that Holy Trinity may inspire other parishes in the spirit of the 10th anniversary of the jubilee year to open wide the doors of their churches and welcome their Spanish-speaking brothers and…
I think we can conclude that when it comes to the Catholic faith, going back to school is not such a bad idea after all.
It's back. What, you ask? I am talking about the topic of immigration, which has been back in the news recently.
In 1972, the U.S. bishops called for the first ever national “encuentro” of the Hispanic community, and as a result of this gathering, the face of Hispanic ministry changed forever.
Father Alex was in his late 70s when he had the inspiration to found a Catholic movement that would confront the chastity challenge that was wreaking havoc in the lives of so many Hispanic teens.
All the trends clearly suggest that more than 50 percent of the U.S. population will soon be of Hispanic origin. In light of that possibility, the key question we need to be asking ourselves is:…
I agree with Archbishop Gomez and I think that time is of the essence if we want to make sure that the Hispanic community remains Catholic.
I was recently invited to a meeting with the director of Wyandotte High School in Kansas City, Kan., in order to explore ways in which our office could collaborate with the school.
In my last column I promised that in the near future I would be sharing with our readers what has been going on in Hispanic ministry to promote evangelization among the Spanish-speaking.