Rev. Eduardo C. Fernández, SJ

Fuera de dar clases de teología hispana y pastoral en la Escuela Jesuita de Teología en Berkeley (JST), que ahora pertenece a la universidad de Santa Clara, el Padre Fernández se dedica a escribir, dar talleres y retiros, y colaborar en algunas parroquias. También ha hecho pastoral con universitarios. Ha escrito varios libros, entre ellos una introducción a la Teología Hispana en los Estados Unidos llamada La Cosecha que recientemente saco Buena Prensa (México) en versión castellana. Other than teaching classes in missiology and Latino theology and ministry at the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University at Berkeley and the Graduate Theological Union, Professor Fernández publishes, gives workshops and retreats, and assists at local parishes. He has also worked in university campus ministry. A native of El Paso, Texas, he earned a Masters in Latin American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin and a doctorate in theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome His two latest books are Mexican American Catholics (Paulist Press, 2007), awarded a 2008 Catholic Press Association Book Award in the category of pastoral ministry, and Culture-Senstitive Ministry: Helpful Strategies for Pastoral Ministers (Paulist Press, 2010) with Kenneth McGuire, CSP and Anne Hansen.