The following publishing companies and journals provide resources for Hispanic Ministry.


Founded in 1865 at Notre Dame, Indiana, Ave Maria Press, a ministry of the Congregation of Holy Cross, is a Catholic publishing company that serves the spiritual and formative needs of the Church and its schools, institutions, and ministers; Christian individuals and families; and others seeking spiritual nourishment.

In the tradition of Holy Cross, we are committed, as educators in the faith, to helping people know, love, and serve God and to spreading the gospel of Jesus through books and other resources.

Ave publishes the Recursos para el Ministerio Hispano series. It brings together several leading voices reflecting on the Hispanic Catholic experience in the United States to address key topics that are central to faith and leadership formation of Hispanics. The books in this series are insightful and accessible, challenging, and invitational. The series itself is an introduction to Catholicism through Hispanic spiritual, theological, and pastoral lenses. Each book in the series is written in Spanish to address the needs of millions of Hispanic Catholics in the United States.

The books in the series, approved by ecclesiastical authorities (i.e., nihil obstat), can be used as texts for foundational courses about Catholicism and ministry. These books are ideal for programs of catechetical formation and for training for Hispanic ministry.


The Hispanic Ministry Resource Center, created in 1990, grew out of the Claretians’ desire to provide resources for pastoral ministers working with Hispanic communities throughout the country. There was, at the time, a great scarcity of materials produced in Spanish in the United States and even fewer that would be considered “culturally appropriate” for the fast-growing population of Catholic Hispanics. About 8,000 parishes in the country had some form of Hispanic ministry but no resources that responded well to the real needs of the people.

It has always been the philosophy of the Center to start with the needs of the Hispanic population in the United States and produce new materials to minister to them, not to translate existing materials nor import Spanish resources from other countries where the language might be the same but the religious experience differs. The attempt, then, has been to speak from the languages and the cultures of the Hispanic community in the United States.


Convivium Press, an editorial endeavor inspired by Judeo-Christian humanistic values, strives to promote diversity of thought and affirms perspectives and proposals that can enrich community togetherness and encourage reconciliation among all peoples.

Convivium Press intends to build bridges and create bonds between different cultures by providing a space in which there can be an exchange of perspectives and knowledge tools through the publication of English and Spanish books in the fields of theology, Biblical and Semite studies, philosophy, literature, and Christian spirituality.  Convivium Press offers communities and individuals worldwide a constantly growing editorial catalogue in English and Spanish, as well as a website that provides opportunities for encounter, reflection and dialogue in addition to other services and on-line tools.


Instituto Fe y Vida (Fe y Vida) is a national Catholic formation nonprofit corporation created in 1994, to serve the fast-growing young Hispanic population in the United States.  Fe y Vida enables Catholic leaders at the grassroots, professional, and institutional levels to respond to the human, spiritual, and socio-cultural needs of Hispanic youth and young adults.


The Journal for Hispanic Latino Theology is published under the auspices of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States (ACHTUS) and is a collection of essays and book reviews about Hispanic/Latino Theology.


Liguori Publications is a community of religious priests, brothers, lay people, and contemplative nuns. Our ministry is to spread the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world through our publications.

All of our works are educational and pastoral in nature. Perhaps our most well known product is the Liguorian magazine. We also publish Sunday parish bulletins, youth and adult catechetical materials for parishes and religious education programs, informational pamphlets, and both hard and soft cover books that inform and inspire the heart.


Loyola Press is much more than a publishing company. As a Jesuit Ministry, we strive to help you find God in all things and develop a deep, personal relationship with Christ.

As an apostolate of the Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus (commonly known as the Jesuits), Loyola Press embraces the Jesuit passion for helping people to find God in all things. We continue the Jesuit tradition of service through the printed word and by being “people for others.”


Our Sunday Visitor s responsible for the writing and promotion of six periodicals, which include: Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly, Take Out: Family Faith on the Go, The Catholic Answer, The Priest, My Daily Visitor, and Grace In Action. In addition to the periodicals, Our Sunday Visitor publishes and markets over 500 products including books, tapes, software, and education materials.  Our Sunday Visitor is also home to the nation’s largest supplier of offering envelope products and services to Catholic parishes throughout the United States.


William H. Sadlier, Inc. is recognized and respected in dioceses, schools, and parishes throughout the United States for its outstanding catechetical and educational publications. Sadlier’s tradition of quality for more than 175 years has been nurtured by the vision, integrity, and dedication of the same family.