Pastoral Hispana en los Estados Unidos

Accompanying the Diverse Hispanic Reality in the U.S.

Francisco H. Castillo, D.Min

Francisco Castillo, DMin, is a senior editor and multicultural specialist at RCL Benziger. He is also adjunct professor of Religious Studies at Broward College. He worked for 13 years as a Catholic educator and Campus Minister. He is a member of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States, a member of the National Hispanic Institute of Liturgy and of the John Paul II International Film Festival. His professional interests include Catholic social doctrine, liturgical and theological aesthetics, liberation theology, U.S. Hispanic/Latino(a) theology, comparative religion, religion and film and cultural identity. He is also a writer and poet. He lives in South Florida with his wife and son. Francisco Castillo, DMin, es editor principal y especialista multicultural en RCL Benziger. También es profesor adjunto de estudios religiosos en el Broward College. Trabajó durante 13 años como educador católico y Campus Ministry. Es miembro de la Academia de Teólogos Católicos Hispanos de los Estados Unidos, miembro del Instituto Nacional Hispano de Liturgia y del Festival Internacional de Cine Juan Pablo II. Sus intereses profesionales incluyen el pensamiento social católico, la estética teológica y litúrgica, la teología de la liberación, la teología latina/hispana de los Estados Unidos, religiones comparativas, la religión y el cine y la identidad cultural. Además es poeta y escritor. Vive en el sur de la Florida con su esposa e hijo.

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