NCADDHM Newsletter

January 2021, Issue 8

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

Dear Members and Partners,


Dear members, collaborators and friends, my heartfelt gracias for your ongoing Pastoral de Conjunto (Communion in Mission), especially during these challenging times of COVID-19. Even as we enter this new year with hope and trust in God’s grace and mercy, we know that our ministries of healing, reconciliation and unity continue to guide much of our priorities, pastoral conversion and synodality. As we walk together in faith and service, we also rejoice in the Spirit for the gift of community and social friendship. Many blessings on your ministries and let us continue to pray for one another and those we serve in the Lord.



Paz,


Javier+

ORIENTATION FOR NEW DIOCESAN DIRECTORS - FEBRUARY 26 & 27

Welcome to our Pastoral de Conjunto!


This year, the program is open to parish and institutional pastoral agents in Hispanic Ministry.

We look forward to presence. Visit our website for registration, agenda, and scholarship information.

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ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP/ MEMBRESIA ANUAL

BUDGET NOW FOR THE 2021-2022 NCADDHM MEMBERSHIP

***Membership dues for Fiscal Year from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022


NCADDHM offers four types of memberships dedicated to advancing our vision and mission in the spirit of Pastoral de Conjunto (Communion in Mission).


Diocesan Professional Membership Diocesan Professional Membership is for open to full and part-time diocesan personnel in Hispanic ministry and other diocesan offices (e.g. Vicars directors, associates, assistants, coordinators, consultants, appointed liaisons, etc.).


Parish Professional Membership Parish Professional Membership is open to full and part-time parish personnel in Hispanic Ministry.


Associate Catholic Membership The Associate Catholic Membership is open to Catholic organizations, institutions or individuals seeking to directly collaborate with and participate in the work and mission of NCADDHM and are in communion with Catholic teachings and practices.


Affiliate Ecumenical Membership Registration Affiliate Ecumenical Membership is open to organizations, institutions or individuals seeking to directly collaborate with and participate in the work and mission of NCADDHM.


To learn more about the benefits of membership, please visit:

https://ncaddhm-usa.org/ncaddhm-membership/

CATHOLIC SOCIAL MINISTRY GATHERING

CSMG2021 - Catholic Social Ministry Gathering Feb. 6-9, 2021

Virtual gathering of U.S. Catholic social ministry leaders organized by the Department of Justice, Peace and Human Development, 10 #USCCB departments, and 18 national Catholic organizations!


We will pray, learn and advocate together on the disparities revealed by #COVID19 and new models of justice and solidarity.


For more than 30 years, the Catholic Social Ministry Gathering (CSMG) has brought together hundreds of participants whose faith inspires them to address pressing current domestic and global challenges affecting our most vulnerable brothers and sisters at home and around the world.


This year’s virtual gathering will include:

  • Inspiring leading voices in Church and society
  • Workshops with policy experts and grassroots community leaders
  • Intentional opportunities for best practice-sharing among participants
  • Resources from dozens of Catholic social ministry organizations
  • Virtual advocacy visits with elected officials
  • And much more!


Scholarships available.


Registration is now open:

https://web.cvent.com/event/b25a3d2e-387a-4c33-8203-a3506a14b501/summary

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¡TALLERES ÁNDALE!

Talleres pastorales gratuitos sobre el nuevo Directorio para la Catequesis. Recomendable tomar TODOS los talleres para tener una visión completa del nuevo directorio.


HORARIO:

7 pm (centro) 5 pm (pacífico) 8 pm (este) y 6 pm (montaña)


ULTIMA PRESENTACION:

- Enero 19: Obispo Daniel Flores (Capítulos 11-12)


Invita a un amigo o conocido enviándole este email o el link: www.nuevodirectorio.com

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Una invitación de las diócesis de la región episcopal IV: Masterclass: Teología & Ministerio - Segunda Temporada

El objetivo de la serie ‘Masterclass’ es proveer a los fieles de la región episcopal IV presentaciones cortas con ponentes de calidad, creativos, dinámicos y de reconocimiento nacional e internacional para fortalecer su formación integral a través de espacios virtuales de aprendizaje y reflexión con el fin de inspirarlos a vivir y ejercer mejor su apostolado laical.


Una invitación de las diócesis de la región episcopal IV: Masterclass: Teología & Ministerio" - Segunda Temporada El objetivo de la serie ‘Masterclass’ es proveer a los fieles de la región episcopal IV presentaciones cortas con ponentes de calidad, creativos, dinámicos y de reconocimiento nacional e internacional para fortalecer su formación integral a través de espacios virtuales de aprendizaje y reflexión con el fin de inspirarlos a vivir y ejercer mejor su apostolado laical.


  • Enero 14 - Rev. Memo Campuzano (La misión por delante) DePaul University
  • Enero 28 - Hrma. Marichui Bringas, C.C.V.I (El discernimiento vocacional: Para que sean lo que Dios soñó de ellos y ellas) San Antonio, TX
  • Febrero 11 - Dr. Hosffman Ospino (El V Encuentro: Luces y sombras del camino recorrido y el camino por andar) Boston College & ACHTUS
  • Febrero 25 - Fernando Merino (¡Abre la puerta! El llamado a ser una Iglesia inclusiva) Catholic Link en español
  • Marzo 11 - Elizabeth Román (Pastoral de conjunto: Juntos somos más) NCCHM & Diócesis de Joliet
  • Marzo 25 - Tania Ávila (Una Ecología desde el corazón, hacia una ecología integral desde Laudato Si) Teóloga indígena miembro de la red Amerindia en Bolivia. Participo del Sínodo de la Amazonia.

Inscríbete gratis:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/masterclass-teologia-y-ministerio-segunda-temporada-tickets-132818673227
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9 DAYS FOR LIFE! - Pray to Protect Human Life! January 21-29, 2021

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U.S. Bishops’ President Condemns Violent Protests and Prays for Safety as Chaos Threatens U.S. Capitol

WASHINGTON —Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), issued the following statement in response to today’s violence in the United States Capitol:


“I join people of good will in condemning the violence today at the United States Capitol. This is not who we are as Americans. I am praying for members of Congress and Capitol staff and for the police and all those working to restore order and public safety.


“The peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of this great nation. In this troubling moment, we must recommit ourselves to the values and principles of our democracy and come together as one nation under God. I entrust all of us to the heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary. May she guide us in the ways of peace, and obtain for us wisdom and the grace of a true patriotism and love of country.”

Collection for the Church in Latin America Inspires All to "Share Your Faith"

The annual national Collection for the Church in Latin America (CLA) will be the weekend of January 23-24.

The 2021 campaign highlights the faith of Latin America and the many opportunities we have to share faith with them. We also recognize the tremendous benefit of having our Latin American brothers and sisters in the Church and the revitalization their fervor brings to the faith. In addition to offering our help and support to the Catholics of Latin America, we have much to learn from them.
Bishop Cisneros invites support for Church in Latin America

NCADDHM

Our Story

NCADDHM is a national organization recognized by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in Washington with representation throughout the United States.

For over 25 years, NCADDHM has been providing support to current and future diocesan leadership serving the Hispanic community in the Roman Catholic Church by providing networking opportunities, mentoring and best practices in the field of Hispanic ministry.


Our Approach

Our approach is pastoral and collaborative.