Ministerio Intercultural

Servir junto a la iglesia mundial para presentar a Cristo a todos

Sobre el Curso

El curso de ministerio intercultural se presenta como un taller dinámico de seis semanas en línea. Obtendrá el conocimiento, teórico y práctico , para comunicar la fe eficazmente en nuestro mundo cada vez más diverso. Diseñado para el clero y líderes de ministerios pastorales en las diócesis de Dallas y Atlanta, este taller se preparará para ...

  • Entender la cultura global moderna y su impacto en la transmisión de la fe a las diversas poblaciones.
  • Aprender a aplicar los conocimientos theologial en contextos interculturales.
  • Inspirar un mundo para Cristo, que es cada vez más urbana y culturalmente diverso.

Tambíen ofrecido en Inglés.

Sobre el Instructor

Aguilera TitusAlejandro Aguilera-Titus tiene treinta años de experiencia ministerial con énfasis en formación y catequesis, pastoral juvenil y familiar y justicia social. Alejandro es un conferencista y escritor reconocido a nivel nacional como teólogo practico y pastoralista en contextos multiculturales. Tiene una Maestría en Teología de la University of Portland y es candidato al Doctorado en Ministerio en Barry University. Actualmente, Alejandro es el responsable nacional de la pastoral hispana bajo es Secretariado para la Diversidad Cultural  en la Iglesia, USCCB. Además, Alejandro es profesor adjunte en Mt. Saint Mary's Seminary, en Emmetsburg, Maryland.

Textos Requeridos

  1. Building Intercultural Competence for Ministers, USCCB
  2. Best Practices in Shared Parishes: So that They All may Be One, USCCB
  3. A New Beginning: Hispanic/Latino Ministry Past, Present and Future, USCCB
  4. Boston College Report: Hispanic Ministry in Catholic Parishes

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