The Mexican American Catholic College (MACC) honored Archbishop Emeritus Fiorenza of Galveston Houston with the San Juan Diego Leadership Award for his life-long commitment to Hispanic Ministry. MACC Chair, Bishop Oscar Cantú presented the award during the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) General Assembly on Monday, November 11, 2013
The Instituto Bíblico and Oriental and MACC invite you to an in-depth study of the Scriptures which will take place from Nov. 11-22.
All sessions are in Spanish, begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 4:30 p.m. General admission is $50 for one-day sessions and $150 for two-day sessions. No admittance without registration. Seating is limited. Registration is required. MACC student admission is $15 per day. Written faculty approval* is required for registration. MACC faculty admission is free. For more information and/or to register, visit www.maccsa.org/ibo or contact Laura Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Written approval, which includes email messages, should be requested by the student, issued by faculty and sent to Laura Graham.
El Instituto Bíblico y Oriental y MACC le invitan a los cursos de profundización en el estudio de las Sagradas Escrituras que se impartirán del 11 al 22 de noviembre.
Todas las sesiones son en español, inician a las 8:30 a.m. y terminan a las 4:30 p.m. La admisión general es de $50 por las sesiones de un día y $150 por las sesiones de dos días. No se admitirá sin inscripción. Los lugares están limitados. Se require la inscripción. La admisión de los estudiantes de MACC es de $15 por día. Para inscribirse, es necesario la aprobación, por escrito del profesor* La admisión de los profesores de MACC es gratis. Para obtener más información y/o para inscribirse visite a www.maccsa.org/ibo o comuníquese con Laura Graham a email@example.com
*La aprobación por escrito, que incluye los mensajes por correro electrónico, debe ser solicitada por el estudiante, expedida por el profesor y enviada a Laura Graham.
Sr. Guadalupe Ramirez is an Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology. She has been a Sister of Missionary Catechists of Divine Providence, where they devote themselves to serve and proclaim God’s word to Hispanics, for 46 years.
She graduated with a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC where her concentration was in adult spiritual formation. She implemented a project in mystagogy – an ongoing adult formation which focuses on the instruction of the sacred mysteries leading to a deeper understanding and significance for their faith.
Sr. Guadalupe believes very strongly in the continued formation and dedicates much of her time holding workshops and retreats for parishes throughout the diocese, especially for those in the Hispanic community.
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To learn more about the realities of the violence happening on the US and Mexico border, read the documents written by pastoral border agents for the fourth annual Immigration Symposium: Violence on the Border: Consequences & Pastoral Responses. Click here to read the articles.