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Friday, September 29
 

11:00am

Listen for A Change (sesión en español)

Oportunidades que los Hispanos Aportan al Apoyo Económico en la Iglesia Católica

 Miles de hispanos comparten su tiempo y talento semana tras semana en todas nuestras parroquias; sin embargo, el concepto de la corresponsabilidad les resulta ajeno a los inmigrantes de habla hispana.  Los hispanos, aunque voluntariamente satisfacen las necesidades de otros, podrían no responder con la misma voluntad a las colectas directas como una manera de utilizar su tesoro para dar gracias y gloria a Dios. 

Asistan a nuestra sesión “Listen for a Change” y escuchen lo que la Diócesis de San Bernardino ha descubierto sobre las oportunidades que los hispanos aportan al apoyo económico en la Iglesia Católica.

La Diócesis de San Bernardino tiene una larga tradición de acoger y servir a la diversidad cultural, étnica y lingüística de todos sus fieles a la vez que fortalece la unidad de todos como Un Cuerpo de Cristo.  Lo ha hecho proporcionando una formación específica que satisfaga las necesidades de diversos grupos. 

La Oficina de Mission Advancement, encargada de la recaudación de fondos, considera que la evangelización es esencial para la misión de la Iglesia y procura llevar la Buena Noticia de Jesucristo a quienes desean crecer en su relación con Dios.  Dedican sus esfuerzos a brindar formación que fortalezca ese vínculo para los hispanos y personas de todas las culturas.

Opportunities Hispanics Bring to Giving in the Catholic Church

Thousands of Hispanics share their time and talent week after week in all our parishes; however, the concept of stewardship is foreign to Spanish-speaking immigrants.  Hispanics, while willingly meeting the needs of others, may not respond as willingly to direct appeals as a way of using their treasure to give thanks and glory to God.

Join our session “Listen for a Change” and hear what the Diocese of San Bernardino has learned about opportunities Hispanics bring to giving in the Catholic Church.

The Diocese of San Bernardino has a long tradition of welcoming and serving the cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity of all its faithful while strengthening the unity of the One Body of Christ.  It has done so by providing specific formation that meets the needs of diverse groups.

The Office of Mission Advancement, the fundraising arm, sees evangelization as essential to the mission of the Church and seeks to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to those who want to grow in their relationship with God. They dedicate effort to providing formation that strengthens that bond for Hispanics and people across all cultures.

 


Moderators
avatar for Miguel Santos

Miguel Santos

Director of Strategic Planning, Diocese of Brownsville
Miguel Santos is an entrepreneurial ministry professional who can pilot significant change.Currently as Director of Strategic Planning for the Diocese of Brownsville, Miguel is responsible for visioning, planning and executing growth strategies for a dynamic and developing diocese... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Julio Chavez

Julio Chavez

Parish Relations Coordinaror, Diocese of San Bernardino
Julio Chávez nació en la Ciudad de México y llegó a los Estados Unidos a la edad de 13 años.  Cuando era niño, a Julio se le enseñaron los valores de la Iglesia Católica y que seguir a Jesús era la clave para la felicidad.  Julio ha trabajado para la Diócesis de San Bernardino... Read More →


Friday September 29, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm
Marriott Grand 2

11:00am

Listen For A Change (sesión en inglés)

Opportunities Hispanics Bring to Giving in the Catholic Church

Thousands of Hispanics share their time and talent week after week in all our parishes; however, the concept of stewardship is foreign to Spanish-speaking immigrants.  Hispanics, while willingly meeting the needs of others, may not respond as willingly to direct appeals as a way of using their treasure to give thanks and glory to God.

Join our session “Listen for a Change” and hear what the Diocese of San Bernardino has learned about opportunities Hispanics bring to giving in the Catholic Church.

The Diocese of San Bernardino has a long tradition of welcoming and serving the cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity of all its faithful while strengthening the unity of the One Body of Christ.  It has done so by providing specific formation that meets the needs of diverse groups.

The Office of Mission Advancement, the fundraising arm, sees evangelization as essential to the mission of the Church and seeks to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to those who want to grow in their relationship with God. They dedicate effort to providing formation that strengthens that bond for Hispanics and people across all cultures.

 

Oportunidades que los Hispanos Aportan al Apoyo Económico en la Iglesia Católica

 Miles de hispanos comparten su tiempo y talento semana tras semana en todas nuestras parroquias; sin embargo, el concepto de la corresponsabilidad les resulta ajeno a los inmigrantes de habla hispana.  Los hispanos, aunque voluntariamente satisfacen las necesidades de otros, podrían no responder con la misma voluntad a las colectas directas como una manera de utilizar su tesoro para dar gracias y gloria a Dios. 

 Asistan a nuestra sesión “Listen for a Change” y escuchen lo que la Diócesis de San Bernardino ha descubierto sobre las oportunidades que los hispanos aportan al apoyo económico en la Iglesia Católica.

 La Diócesis de San Bernardino tiene una larga tradición de acoger y servir a la diversidad cultural, étnica y lingüística de todos sus fieles a la vez que fortalece la unidad de todos como Un Cuerpo de Cristo.  Lo ha hecho proporcionando una formación específica que satisfaga las necesidades de diversos grupos. 

La Oficina de Mission Advancement, encargada de la recaudación de fondos, considera que la evangelización es esencial para la misión de la Iglesia y procura llevar la Buena Noticia de Jesucristo a quienes desean crecer en su relación con Dios.  Dedican sus esfuerzos a brindar formación que fortalezca ese vínculo para los hispanos y personas de todas las culturas.








Moderators
KD

Kevin Dougherty

Executive Director, The Association of Marian Helpers

Speakers
avatar for David Dolores

David Dolores

Diocese of San Bernardino
David Dolores was born in Buevla, Mexico and came to the United States  early in life with his parents. He is a recent graduate of the University of California in Riverside where he has earned a degree in Accounting. David has worked in the Office of Mission Advancement for 2 years... Read More →


Friday September 29, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm
Marriott Grand 12

1:30pm

Mercado Hispano Católico: Estrategias Para Mejor Comunicar Nuestra Misión (sesión en español)

Esta presentación abundará en lecciones aprendidas después de crear estrategias para comunicar nuestra mission al pueblo católico hispano.  Compartiremos iniciativas que fueron exitosas, y otras que no, pero nos ayudan a mejorar nuestros esfuerzos  para mercadear nuestro ministerio de oración y obras misioneras  marianistas en EEUU, y en otras partes del mundo.

 

Note:

The English version of this session will be presented on Saturday, September 30 from 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. in the Hispanic Outreach track

Hispanic Outreach - Lessons Learned and New Realities (sesión en inglés)

Answering the Call from Pope Francis to the US Catholic Bishops with regard to Hispanic ministries and outreach. The Marianist Mission has moved to a second phase is addressing the needs of our Hispanic market.

Objectives
1. Share lessons learned from the Marianist Mission's past year
2. Assessing current realities
3. Invitation to dialogue


Moderators
avatar for Beni Gibson

Beni Gibson

Director of Operations, Trinity Missions

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Gonzalez-Uhlig

Jessica Gonzalez-Uhlig

Hispanic Marketing Manager, Marianist Province of The US
Jessica is the Hispanic Marketing manager at the Marianist Mission, creating and implementing strategies to engage Hispanic Catholics through the Mission’s card and prayer ministry. A 18 year career in higher education that began at the University of Dayton as an admission... Read More →
avatar for Linda Hayes

Linda Hayes

Marianist Mission


Friday September 29, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Marriott Grand 2

4:15pm

De Visión a Recaudación (sesión en español)

Siendo corresponsables de los recursos de Dios, ¿cómo navegamos desde un proceso de planeación estratégica que resulte en auténtica creatividad y colaboración, hacia un sentido de pertenencia y una visión que inspire la recaudación y el apoyo necesario?   Acompáñenos en este taller interactivo, presentado en español, donde se abordarán algunos de los preceptos básicos de recaudación en un marco de pastoral hispana.

As true stewards of God’s resources, how do we navigate from a process of strategic planning that produces creative collaboration and a real sense of ownership, to crafting a vision statement and a compelling case for support… todo en español?  Join us for this interactive workshop, presented in Spanish, which will discuss some of the basics of development work in a Hispanic ministry setting.

Moderators
avatar for Bill Rondeau

Bill Rondeau

Director of Fundraising, Oblate Missions

Speakers
avatar for Miguel Santos

Miguel Santos

Director of Strategic Planning, Diocese of Brownsville
Miguel Santos is an entrepreneurial ministry professional who can pilot significant change.Currently as Director of Strategic Planning for the Diocese of Brownsville, Miguel is responsible for visioning, planning and executing growth strategies for a dynamic and developing diocese... Read More →


Friday September 29, 2017 4:15pm - 5:15pm
Marriott Grand 2
 
Saturday, September 30
 

10:45am

How to Approach a Hispanic Audience Through Catholic Media

Media in the Spanish-language market has been going through a rough transition in the last few years due to new ways people are resorting to getting their information.

Did you know that out of every 10 minutes a person spends on the internet, four of those minutes are spent on Facebook?

Did you know that YouTube is now competing with primetime television?

In this session you will learn how Radio Claret América has created an innovative media channel to approach HIspanic and Catholic audiences. The goal of the programming is to provide reliable information while at the same time creating Hispanic programs based on a Catholic perspective based on love, hope and faith. Ultimately, this leads listeners to personal growth and empowerment.

Join us and learn all about this project. This is a great way to get involved and become part of this exciting evolution!


Moderators
JG

Jenee Gonzales

Southern Region Development Officer, Marianist Province of the US

Speakers
avatar for Fr. Marcos Cardenas, C.M.F.

Fr. Marcos Cardenas, C.M.F.

Ministry Director, Radio Claret America
Father Marco Cardenas, a Claretian Missionary, has served the Hispanic community in the United States for more than 25 years. Father Cardenas is also the director of Radio Claret America, an online radio station created to cover the needs of Spanish-speaking listeners who desire... Read More →
avatar for Laura Muller

Laura Muller

Radio Host and Influencer, Radio Claret America
Laura Muller serves as host for Noticias Radio Claret America. With a Masters in journalism, Muller not only hosts, supervises and directs the station’s live morning news broadcast, she is also responsible for co-developing the station’s content and programming. Muller has... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:45am - 11:45am
Marriott Grand 2

1:30pm

Hispanic Outreach - Lessons Learned and New Realities (sesión en inglés)
Answering the Call from Pope Francis to the US Catholic Bishops with regard to Hispanic ministries and outreach. The Marianist Mission has moved to a second phase is addressing the needs of our Hispanic market.

Objectives
1. Share lessons learned from the Marianist Mission's past year
2. Assessing current realities
3. Invitation to dialogue

Moderators
avatar for Julio Chavez

Julio Chavez

Parish Relations Coordinaror, Diocese of San Bernardino
Julio Chávez nació en la Ciudad de México y llegó a los Estados Unidos a la edad de 13 años.  Cuando era niño, a Julio se le enseñaron los valores de la Iglesia Católica y que seguir a Jesús era la clave para la felicidad.  Julio ha trabajado para la Diócesis de San Bernardino... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Gonzalez-Uhlig

Jessica Gonzalez-Uhlig

Hispanic Marketing Manager, Marianist Province of The US
Jessica is the Hispanic Marketing manager at the Marianist Mission, creating and implementing strategies to engage Hispanic Catholics through the Mission’s card and prayer ministry. A 18 year career in higher education that began at the University of Dayton as an admission... Read More →
avatar for Linda Hayes

Linda Hayes

Marianist Mission


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Marriott Grand 2