Join Us for Libros Liguori's 
Hispanic Ministry Webinar Series

Join us in November for our first Hispanic ministries webinar series, featuring well known authors who can teach you how to minister effectively to your multicultural community.   Learn More

Dr. Timothy Matovina

Dr. Timothy Matovina is a leading expert on Latino Catholicism and serves as a professor of Theology and is the Executive Director of the Institute for Latino Studies in Notre Dame.

 

Mr. Matovina works in the area of Theology and Culture, with specialization in U.S. Catholic and U.S. Latino theology and religion. His most recent books are Latino Catholicism: Transformation in America's Largest Church (Princeton, 2012), which has now been adapted and is available in both English and Spanish through our website.

Mr. Matovina offers presentations and workshops on U.S. Catholicism and Latino ministry and theology throughout the United States. 

Timothy Matovina Webinar Dates:
 
Nov. 6th at 10am (Spanish)  
Webinar ID: 140-603-835 

Nov. 13th at 10am (English)  
Webinar ID: 118-145-403 
 
Rev. Claudio Burgaleta
Rev. Claudio Burgaleta S.J.a Cuban native, was ordained a priest in 1992. He holds a doctorate degree in Historical and Systematic Theology from Boston College. Rev. Burgaleta is currently the Director of Latino Studies at the Graduate School of Religious Education at the Fordham University. He also serves on the advisory board of MyCatholicVoice.com and is a weekend assistant for the Spanish-speaking parochial community at St. Frances de Chantal Parish in the Bronx. 

 

Rev. Claudio Burgaleta Webinar Dates:
 
Nov. 14th at 2pm (English) 
Webinar ID: 138-870-971 

Nov. 14th at 3pm (Spanish) 
Webinar ID: 149-499-179 

Dr. Hosffman Ospino
Dr. Hosffman Ospino is an assistant professor of Hispanic ministry and religious education at Boston College's School of Theology and Ministry. 
 
Ospino, who is a native of Colombia, holds a graduate degree in Theology with concentration in Church History and a PhD in Theology and Education from Boston College.
 

Ospino's research concentrates on the dialogue between theology and culture and the impact of this interchange upon Catholic theological education, catechesis, and ministry. He has lectured nationally and internationally on these areas. He and his wife, Guadalupe, are actively involved in Hispanic Ministry in Boston. 

 

He is the author of "Evangelizaci�n y catequesis en el ministerio hispano: Gu�a para la formaci�n en la fe " and "Peter's Catechism" (also available in Spanish). 


Hosffman Ospino Webinar Dates: 
 
Nov. 7th at 10am (Spanish) 
Webinar ID: 140-878-235 

Nov. 14th at 10am (English) 
Webinar ID: 138-659-099 
 

For more information or details about the Hispanic Ministry Webinar series, please contact 

Fran Morales-Neufeld at 636.223.1544

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