Office of Hispanic Ministry
“At this moment of grace we recognize the Hispanic community among
us as a blessing from God. We call upon all persons of good faith to share our
vision of the special gifts which Hispanics bring to the Body of Christ.”
It is the responsibility of the Office of Hispanic Ministry to promote this vision to minister to the Hispanics, especially to the newly arrived, whose peculiar history, culture, traditions and spirituality challenges the Church to minister them in their own language, which is the means of expression of the culture and of their faith.
The office’s mission is accomplished in the following ways:
- Promoting an attitude of welcoming to all Hispanics in our Church, especially the newly arrived.
- Fostering opportunities of integration between Hispanic Immigrants and the rest of the parish community.
- Assisting Hispanic Immigrants in their efforts to make a good living in the US.
DREAMers & Dying to Live
Don't miss this moving opportunity to learn about the journey of today's migrants. "Dying to Live: A Migrant's Journey" will be shown at the St. Pius Fine Arts Building, Saturday, October 26th at 2pm (Doors open at 1:30pm). This documentary takes a profound look at the human face of immigration. It explores who immigrants are, why they leave their homes and what they face during their journey to a new land. Following the film, hear the testimonies of several DREAMers and parents of DREAMers living in our community. The panel discussion will be followed by a short reception. This bilingual event is co-sponsored by the ASF office of Hispanic Ministry and the NM Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice. A suggested donation of $8 per ticket will support the Direct Service program of the NMFCIJ. More> En español>
Good news! Las Misas en Español are now streaming Here.
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Coordinator of Spanish Lay Formation (Santa Fe area)
Coordinator of Spanish Lay Formation (Albuquerque area)
Coordinator of Spanish Lay Formation (Clovis area)
4000 Saint Joseph's Pl. NW