Born in Cuba, I have been a Jesuit
since 1980, and was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in 1992. Besides university teaching, I have also taught at the secondary level, done formation work for the Jesuits and the Archdiocese of New York, and ministered to various Hispanic communities throughout the United States and abroad. I have served as a spiritual and retreat director, formator of lay ecclesial ministers, and as a weekend assistant for various Spanish-speaking parish communities.
My current research project is a biography of Joseph P. Fitzpatrick, S.J. (1913-1995), Jesuit priest, Fordham sociologist and social activist. Fr. Fitzpatrick was instrumental in studying and organizing the pastoral response to the Puerto Rican migration to New York City.
Benedict XVI: Theologian and Preacher
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Courses Taught at the GSRRE:
Contact Information: 441 E Fordham Rd
- RLGR 6030 Christology
- RLGR 6032 Church and Society
- PMGR 6617 Latin@ Spirituality
- PMGR 6612 Ministry with Latin@s
- PMGR 6620 Models of Pastoral Theology
- RLGR 6033 Sacraments: Theology and Rites
- PMGR 6613 US Latin@ Theology
Bronx, NY 10458 USA
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