Journeying with Jesus through Lent

Posted by Rafael Lopez on Feb 27, 2020 7:05:00 AM

I am Mexican, from the beautiful state of Michoacán de Ocampo. My town is very small, and it does not have scientific and/or technological advances, but its traditions and celebrations are worth mentioning. Among our traditions are the celebration in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the celebration of Day of the Dead, the parades for the welcoming of Spring on March 21st, and the parade on the day of the anniversary of the Mexican Revolution on November 20th, among many others.

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Topics: Hispanic Catholicism, Holy Week, Lent, prayer, Hispanic ministry

Empowerment and Representation through Online Education

Posted by Elizabeth Berruecos on Jan 8, 2020 5:05:09 PM

I am Náhuatl o Mexica; mine is one of the largest indigenous groups in Mexico. I am now at the University of Notre Dame, thanks to a generous fellowship, however, I would not have migrated to pursue a graduate degree without the support of my family. My family taught me that to be a protagonist in today’s society you need education. I have the blessing of supporting the Church thanks to this education.

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Topics: Hispanic Catholicism, STEP, online education, Camino, Hispanic ministry

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