Hispanic Catholics

Judge blocks Trump’s order on state refugee resettlement

A federal judge in Maryland stopped enforcement of an executive order that would allow state and local governments to reject resettling refugees in their jurisdictions. The order runs counter to "congressional intent," the judge said.

Gang graffiti tags church, school in Brooklyn Diocese

An individual marked the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church and its school on Jan. 12 with the initials of Mara Salvatruccha 13, a violent transnational criminal group that emerged in Los Angeles and has been particularly active on Long Island.

Knights, New York Archdiocese and others providing aid to quake victims

Online fundraising drives, parish collections and material assistance are helping residents of Puerto Rico, which has been rocked by a series of temblors that have leveled towns and churches.

Earthquakes rattle Puerto Rico, destroy church

At least one person has died and one Catholic Church has been ruined after multiple quakes, one of which reached 6.4 in magnitude on Jan. 7.

Local faithful with loved ones in Puerto Rico call for prayers

While a series of earthquakes, which began on Dec. 28, continue to rock the island, area Catholics are relying on faith to assist family and friends still struggling to rebuild after 2017's Hurricane Maria.

Boletín Informativo de Enero, Oficina para Católicos Hispanos

Aprenda sobre los eventos comunitarios y información de interes a la comunidad hispana en la Arquidiócesis de Filadelfia.

La Voz de Dios en las Voces de Nuestros Pueblos

Escuche a nuestra programa radial en español, que lleva un mensaje espiritual y pastoral a la comunidad hispana.

Latino tradition is a ‘dress rehearsal’ for Christmas

"Las Posadas," which reenact Mary and Joseph's journey to Bethlehem over nine evenings, keep area faithful focused on the true meaning of the holiday through song, Scripture and homemade snacks.

Our Lady of Guadalupe is ‘mother of us all,’ says Los Angeles archbishop

Mary is the Queen of Heaven and yet as Our Lady of Guadalupe, "she bends down to show herself to a poor man of the people," said Archbishop Jose H. Gomez at midnight Mass for Our Lady's feast in Los Angeles.

Una conversación inolvidable durante Navidad en familia

Mientras el resto de su familia dormía, Moises Sandoval compartió con su madre muchas memorias preciosas y una inmensa gratitud a Dios por sus bendiciónes innumerables.