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October 19, 2016

Webinar: Learn about V Encuentro and the hope and challenges in Hispanic ministry

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Every Catholic community with a Hispanic presence in the United States will be touched by the V Encuentro. Explore your role and responsibility in this process convened by the bishops, through OCP’s webinar, V Encuentro: Hope and challenges in Hispanic ministry, led by Pedro Rubalcava, OCP’s Director of Hispanic Ministries.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Explore the cultural and historical context for the V Encuentro
  • Find out what the process means for our culturally diverse Church in the U.S.
  • Discover music to accompany and inspire the V Encuentro process
Pedro Rubalcava
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Pedro Rubalcava


Pedro Rubalcava is a nationally known bilingual clinician and composer with expertise in various musical styles. He specializes in working with bilingual communities, speaking at diocesan events and leading liturgical music workshops. He is currently serving as the co-chair of the Liturgy Committee for the V Encuentro National Team of Accompaniment, as well as on the Episcopal Region XII V Encuentro Leadership Team.


V Encuentro

The V Encuentro is an initiative of the U.S. Bishops designed to revitalize ministry among Hispanics/Latinos, inspired by the call of Pope Francis to be a Church reaching out.

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Discover music, resources and more to support the V Encuentro here