Latino Catholics attend Mass at the Labor Day Encuentro gathering at Immaculate Conception Seminary in Huntington, N.Y., on Sept. 3, 2018. (CNS photo/ Gregory A. Shemitz, Long Island Catholic)
FaithShort Take
Vivian Cabrera
An upcoming CARA survey reveals that Spanish-language Catholic groups are perceived as warmer and more familial. Meanwhile, English-language faith groups can be too goal-oriented and individualistic.
Giovanna Dell’Orto – Associated Press
“The Mass itself is a reminder that you don’t just have mariachis you tip at tableside in a cantina,” said Alberto Ranjel. “It is a representation of my culture.”
Federico Peña addresses the Democratic National Convention in Denver on Aug. 26, 2008. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)
Politics & SocietyFeatures
Nichole M. Flores
Nichole Flores profiles Federico Peña, the first Hispanic mayor of Denver and a leader in national politics, who is now focused on the physical and spiritual health of his community.
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Vanesa Zuleta Goldberg
I know how isolating eating disorders can be, especially around the holidays. I am here to share some hope with you.
A Mexican migrant worker picking blueberries at a farm in Lake Wales, Fla. (CNS photo/Marco Bello, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Joaquin Castro
Congressman Joaquin Castro writes that Arturo S. Rodriguez, former president of the United Farm Workers, would be a champion of social justice as U.S. secretary of agriculture.
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Alejandra Molina - Religion News Service
Latino voters this election season were instrumental in helping flip the state of Arizona blue for the first time since 1996, but in Florida and Texas more Latinos than expected voted for President Donald Trump.