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Empowering Young Hispanics for Faith Leadership

Half of U.S. Catholics under the age of 30 are Latinos; less than 5 percent of Catholics who work with Latino youth are themselves Latino. Experience indicates that Catholic Latino youth workers need to be trained to work effectively with the wide diversity present in the Latino community. In an interview conducted by Tracy Schier, Dr. Carmen Maria Cervantes, executive director of the Instituto Fe y Vida (Institute for Faith and Life), discusses the work her organization is doing to address the diverse needs of Catholic Latino youth and youth leaders. Read "An Interview with Carmen Cervantes on Instituto Fe y Vida" provided by Resources for American Christianity, a source of information and reflection on the study and practice of Christianity in America.




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