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Norma Montenegro Flynn is assistant director of Media Relations in the USCCB Office of Public Affairs. Previously, she was a journalist in Washington covering issues that impacted the Hispanic community. Her experience and background help her connect current issues related to the Catholic faith from a Latino perspective.
María del Mar Muñoz-Visoso is executive director of the Secretariat for Cultural Diversity in the Church for the USCCB.
Her Latino background and more than 18 years as a journalist and editor, as well as a long-time diocesan director of Hispanic ministry give her a unique perspective into the life of the Church. Mar connects daily anecdotes and situations to current news and Church affairs as she explores Latino contributions to the U.S. Church.
The USCCB Office of Public Affairs offers "Entre
Amigos," a blog with a Latino perspective and flavor to run in English and
Spanish. Latinos are often gregarious. We like to sit down and discuss the
happenings of the day, often around a table, with relatives and friends. Among
friends we dare to expose our inner selves, and our moral and religious
beliefs, one way or another, always surface or give shape to the conversation.
In this blog, we offer comments from guest writers or the editors on current
issues related to our Latino culture and Catholic faith –such as immigration,
Catholic ministry, marriage and family – that can serve as conversation
starters among family and "Entre Amigos."
Entre Amigos in English
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