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Santiago Fernández

Santiago Fernández

Santiago Fernández is one of the leading Spanish-language liturgical composers in the Church today. With more than 30 years of parish experience, he travels nationally and internationally offering concerts and speaking on Hispanic ministry.

Bring Santiago Fernández to your next event

Bring Santiago Fernández to your next event

A talented musician and speaker, Santiago is actively involved in regional and national Hispanic ministry. He is an excellent choice for workshops on music ministry and concerts. He has also participated at various events of the Archdiocese of Detroit as guest conductor, cantor and consultant.

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A talented musician and speaker, Santiago is actively involved in regional and national Hispanic ministry. He is an excellent choice for workshops on music ministry and concerts. He has also participated at various events of the Archdiocese of Detroit as guest conductor, cantor and consultant.

Book Santiago Fernández

Mass, Presentations, Discussion

Please get in touch with the event host for further details.

Call or email the Music Outreach Team at OCP to learn about hosting an event in your parish, school, community, or diocese!

Friday, February 17, 2023 -
Saturday, February 18, 2023
Incarnation Catholic Church
Tampa, FL, US

Los Angeles Religious Education Congress 2023

Come see your favorite OCP artists and composers, discover new resources, and attend informational workshops — all at this year's Los Angeles Religious Education Congress. Stop by the OCP booth in the exhibit hall for a free gift! Join OCP artists for special liturgies throughout the weekend including Santiago Fernandez for the Spanish Mass, Brother Rufino Zaragoza for the Vietnamese Mass, and ValLimar Jansen for “Morning Praise” in the Arena on Saturday morning.

Thursday, February 23, 2023 -
Sunday, February 26, 2023
Anaheim Convention Center
Los Angeles, CA, US

Lenten Parish Mission (Exclusively in Spanish)

Please get in touch with the event host for further details.

Call or email the Music Outreach Team at OCP to learn about hosting an event in your parish, school, community, or diocese!

Sunday, March 12, 2023 -
Tuesday, March 14, 2023
St. Mary Pairsh
Barnegat, NJ, US

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Bio

Santiago Fernández has been active in parish ministry for more than 30 years. He holds a bachelor's degree in music from Wayne State University in Detroit and is certified in both Pastoral Ministry and Liturgical Ministry, locally by the Archdiocese of Detroit and nationally by the USCCB's Commission on Certification and Accreditation. A member of the National Advisory Council to the USCCB from 2000 to 2004 and Liturgy & Prayer coordinator for the First National Encuentro for Hispanic Youth and Young Adult Ministry 2006, Santiago is currently music director for the National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry (NCCHM).

Through OCP, Santiago has released three solo albums: Ven y Sígueme in 2006, Un Canto Nuevo in 2010 and Salgamos a Llevar el Evangelio in 2015. He has also collaborated with other talented OCP artists including Pedro Rubalcava (Everyone’s Invited) and Jesse Manibusan on the 2012 album Unidos. Dozens of his Spanish songs have also been included in various OCP collections, including, most recently, Bendito, Bendito, a compilation album with songs for adoration; Entre Tus Manos, a healing and comfort collection and most recently, in El Señor Nos Invita Volume 3.

Santiago is author of the bilingual book Un Hermoso Intercambio Cultural/A Beautiful Cultural Exchange, offering ideas, reflections and suggestions to open doors and broaden horizons within the multicultural integration of pastoral work in the United States.

A talented musician and speaker, Santiago is actively involved in regional and national Hispanic ministry. He is an excellent choice for workshops on music ministry and concerts. He has also participated at various events of the Archdiocese of Detroit as guest conductor, cantor and consultant. Santiago also participated in several concerts, catechetical sites and events during World Youth Day Panama 2019.

Currently Santiago serves at Holy Family Catholic Church in Novi, Michigan, where he directs both the English and Spanish choirs.

Find Santiago's "¿Me Amas Más Que Estos?" in the Spanish-language children's resource El Señor Nos Invita, Vol. 3.

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