He came to America and encountered us in the streets, schools and historic places where we gathered. Pope Francis’ first visit to the United States and the World Meeting of […]
The fact is, 52 percent of the Catholics in the archdiocese are Hispanic and about 80 percent of them come from Mexico. But too often language and cultural differences prevent our Church from experiencing the gifts of all our brothers and sisters. That is why the ability to speak Spanish and understand Latino devotions has become more and more important for all priests and deacons who serve in our archdiocese to acquire and why I set aside a month to improve my Spanish.