An ever-growing number of our parishes celebrate liturgy and provide ministries in two or more languages or cultural contexts, but not without challenges. Jesus prayed that we “may all be one,” and our pastoral efforts continue to reflect that prayer. We will dialogue about what it takes to develop a plan for achieving communion from diversity. We’ll take a look at our community’s life of prayer and formation of a multicultural spirituality; we’ll sing songs, look at documents, resources and dialogue about best practices.
Pedro Rubalcava is a bilingual/bicultural composer, clinician, performing artist, cantor and pastoral minister. He currently serves as Director of Hispanic Ministries at Oregon Catholic Press in Portland, Ore. Rubalcava has taught at the Tepeyac Institute in El Paso, Texas, the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, Calif., and the School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College. Since 1985, he has been a frequent speaker at liturgy and other ministry conferences on the national, diocesan and parish levels.
REC16-7-19 Shared Parishes and Intercultural Life
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