Claretian Publication's Hispanic Ministry Resources Center
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A complete selection of bilingual liturgical, cultural, and catechetical resources for the multicultural parish.
The Hispanic Ministry Resource Center, created in 1990, grew out of the Claretians' desire to provide resources for pastoral ministers working with Hispanic communities throughout the country.
It has always been the philosophy of the Center to start with the needs of the Hispanic population in the United States and produce new materials to minister to them, not to translate existing materials nor import Spanish resources from other countries where the language might be the same but the religious experience differs. The attempt, then, has been to speak from the languages and the cultures of the Hispanic community in the United States.
In addition, the Hispanic Ministry Resource Center has played a very active role in Hispanic Ministry at the national level, participating in major events as well as in activities of the different agencies of the Archdiocese of Chicago. The Center is also a member of the National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry and offers services such as workshops and catechist-training classes in collaboration with national organizations, dioceses and parishes.
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