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¡Bienvenidos a la Oficina del Ministerio Hispano/Latino!

Programa de Ministerio de Formación Ministerial Nivel I

Sesenta y uno laicos comprometidos con su Iglesia Local dicen SI al servicio a Dios. El 'si' de ellos fue el haber tomado parte en el Programa de Formación Ministerial Nivel I Este programa de formación es para preparar a personas para desempeñar funciones ministeriales en sus parroquias. El programa abarca 44 horas de clases, e incluye todos desde las Sagradas Escritura, Fundamentos de Teología, Liturgia y Sacramentos, La Moral Cristiana, Metodología y Formación Espiritual. 

Veinte y cuatro personas fueron del Vicariato de Yuma-La Paz, (15 de Inmaculada Concepción, 3 de San Juan Newman, 1 de Inmaculado Corazón de María, 4 de San Judas Tadeo, 1 de San Francisco de Asís). 

Diecisiete personas del Vicariato Pinal-Oeste, (3 personas de Nuestra Señora de Gracia - Maricopa, 14 de San Antonio de Padua en Casa Grande).

Veinte personas fueron del área de Tucson, (3 personas de Nuestra Señora de Fátima, 1 de San Juan Evangelista, 9 de Nuestra Madre de los Dolores, 2 de Santa Mónica, 1 de Santa Elizabeth Ann Seton, 2 de Santa Margarita).

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Formation Ministry Program Level I

Sixty-one lay people committed to their local parish and said “yes” to service to God. The 'yes' refers to them was having taken part in the Level I Ministerial Formation Program for Hispanic Ministry. This training program is to prepare people to carry out ministerial functions in their parishes. The program covers 44 hours of classes, and includes Sacred Scripture, Fundamentals of Theology, Liturgy and Sacraments, Christian Morality, Methodology and Spiritual Formation.

Twenty-four people were from the Yuma-La Paz Vicariate: 15 people from Immaculate Conception Parish in Yuma, three people from Saint John Newman Parish in Yuma, one person from Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in Somerton, four people from Saint Jude Thaddeus Parish in San Luis, and one from Saint Francis of Assisi Parish in Yuma.

Seventeen people were from the Pinal-West Vicariate: Three people from Our Lady of Grace Parish in Maricopa, and 14 from Saint Anthony of Padua Parish in Casa Grande.

Twenty people were from the Tucson Area: three people from Our Lady of Fatima Parish, one person from Saint John Evangelist Parish, nine people from Our Mother of Sorrows Parish, two people from Santa Monica Parish, one person from Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, and two people from Santa Margarita Parish.


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