Juan Pablo Quiceno, Juan Camilo Pérez, and Nineth Pinzón, lead a night of songs and praises on May 19. Pérez, the founder of the God’s Fire International Music Ministry, said Times Square is the perfect spot for singing and rejoicing while waiting for the coming of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost.
Latin and Catholicism are intrinsically intertwined with the foundation of our Western Culture. They are in our roots and core, practicalities, and imagination.
Despite all the excitement over flexible workplace models like virtual offices and remote workforce. Only one-third of the workforce in the U.S is working remotely.
Art seems to be to Lucinda Grange the last reward in a singular extreme journey. The adrenaline, the forbidden, the temptation to steal unseen views and bring new perspectives into our ordinary lives, is as important for the sui generis artist as the artwork itself.
Auxiliary Bishop Octavio Cisneros was the special guest speaker of the evening “Félix Varela, On the 230th Anniversary of His Birth,” organized by the Cuban Cultural Center of New York, and celebrated Nov. 20 in the Church of the Transfiguration, Manhattan.
The leading institution celebrates its 25th anniversary with a series of landmark exhibitions, including: “Agents of Faith: Votive Objects in Time and Place.” This exhibit features more than 250 artifacts from a diverse provenance, tracing the material route of the universal practice of votive offering throughout centuries, cultures and geographies.
More than 300 Hispanic Catholic leaders from the eight dioceses of the State of New York gathered at the Desmond Hotel in the state capital, June 22 – 24, for the state regional meeting of the V Encuentro.