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This section outlines the tenets of the US bishops' official statements on Hispanic Ministry, Encuentro and Mission: A Renewed Pastoral Framework for Hispanic Ministry, and discusses the roles of various other committees, organizations and movements dedicated to serving Latinos in the Catholic faith, such as the National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry and the Cursillo movement.
Gomez' appointment, says Carmen Aguinaco, president of the National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry, is "a recognition that Hispanic Catholics are coming of age as leaders in the U.
The articles included in the ten sections of the book mainly address these areas: (1) The creation and ongoing activities of organizations such as the emergence at the local level of organizations like Comunidades de Reflexion Eclesial en la Diaspora (CRECED) in Miami, national organizations like the National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry, and brief reports of annual meetings like those held by the Academy of U.
The National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry (NCCHM), comprising more than 60 ministry groups, universities, publishers, and religious communities, responded with a strongly worded letter presented to the U.
National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry leaders don't want to confuse respect for authority with passivity.
Bishop Jaime Soto Coadjutor bishop of Sacramento, California Episcopal moderator, National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry Chairman, Subcommittee for the Church in Latin America, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Controversy over Hispanic ministry today There has been concern about the recent decision by the bishops' conference to merge the Secretariat for Hispanic Affairs into the new Office for Cultural Diversity in the Church.
NOTRE DAME, Indiana--Arturo Rodriguez, president of United Farm Workers and successor of the revered leader Cesar Chavez, taught the participants at May's Roots and Wings--the Congress of the National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry (NCCHM)--to applaud in an organized manner.