Agenda


10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Pacific | Noon – 3 p.m. Central | 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Eastern


Our Moderator

Leyden Rovelo-Krull, Director, Hispanic Ministry
Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph

English
Leyden Rovelo-Krull is the director of Hispanic Ministry for the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph. She has been involved in ministry and taught faith formation for over 12 years. In her work with the diocese, she spearheads all ministerial efforts with Hispanics on behalf of the Bishop, including Pastoral Migratoria, Pastoral Juvenil and Pastoral de Familias leveraging the use of technology to communicate matters of faith. She has both developed and taught material focused on helping lay people with understanding discipleship, sharing their testimony and having gospel conversations.

Prior to this she worked with the NAIC, the U.S. standard-setting non-profit organization governed by the chief insurance regulators from the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories to help manage their Member Services division which included member education and training. Here she coordinated relief efforts on behalf of the NAIC to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. 

Leyden developed her passion for using technology to reach the Hispanic community while running the New York offices of a Latino-founded, international multi-media social platform and entertainment company where she developed content, researched, and analyzed statistical models of immigration integration and Spanish-language retention/relinquishment in U.S.-born Hispanics.

After graduating Summa Cum Laude from the Jesuit Fordham University, she entered religious formation with the Religious Sisters of Alma, MI. There she was trained in theology and religious formation in the Thomistic tradition.

Currently, Leyden resides in Kansas City with her amazing husband, saintly mother and two very disobedient puppies. One day she hopes to roam the country in her RV, teaching the faith.


Espa帽ol
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Anteriormente, trabaj贸 con NAIC, la organizaci贸n sin fines de lucro que establece los est谩ndares de EE. UU. Gobernada por los principales reguladores de seguros de los 50 estados, el Distrito de Columbia y cinco territorios de EE. UU. Para ayudar a administrar su divisi贸n de Servicios a la Membres铆a, que inclu铆a educaci贸n y capacitaci贸n. Aqu铆 coordin贸 los esfuerzos de ayuda en nombre de la NAIC a Puerto Rico despu茅s del hurac谩n Mar铆a.

Leyden desarroll贸 su pasi贸n por el uso de la tecnolog铆a para llegar a la comunidad hispana mientras dirig铆a las oficinas en Nueva York de una empresa internacional de entretenimiento y plataforma social de multimedios fundada por latinos donde desarroll贸 contenido, investig贸 y analiz贸 modelos estad铆sticos de integraci贸n de la inmigraci贸n y retenci贸n/renuncia del idioma espa帽ol en Hispanos nacidos en los EE.UU.

Despu茅s de graduarse Summa Cum Laude de la Universidad Jesuita de Fordham, ingres贸 a la formaci贸n religiosa con las Hermanas Religiosas de Alma, MI. All铆 se form贸 en teolog铆a y formaci贸n religiosa en la tradici贸n tom铆stica.

Actualmente, Leyden reside en Kansas City con su incre铆ble esposo, su santa madre y dos cachorros muy desobedientes. Alg煤n d铆a espera recorrer el pa铆s en su RV, ense帽ando la fe.

First Hour

  • Introduction and Welcome
  • Opening Prayer
  • Opening Keynote with Mar Mu帽oz Visoso, USCCB
  • Keynote Response with Benito Medrano, Diocese of Fresno, CA

Second Hour

  • Q&A with Moderator, Edwin Ferrera, Region Xll NCADDHM Board Member
  • Sponsors
  • Break
  • Workshop A

鈥淩e-invent谩ndonos post-pandemia a la luz de la sinodalidad鈥
“Re-inventing ourselves post-pandemic in light of synodality”
with Hosffman Ospino, PhD, Boston College

Third Hour

  • Q&A Moderator, Wanda Vazquez
  • Breakout Rooms
    • Reflection Questions
  • Plenary
  • Announcements
  • Closing Prayer
  • Social

Our Moderator

Antonio Guzman,
Archdiocese of Detroit
Coordinator of Hispanic Ministry
Department of Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship
guzman.antonio@aod.org

First Hour

  • Welcome
  • Opening Prayer

Workshops B or C

  • Workshop B

La respuesta pastoral al pecado del racismo
with Bishop Bruce A. Lewandowski, C.Ss.R, Archdiocese of Baltimore Spanish

Q&A with Moderator, Lia Salinas, Region lV, Vice President NCADDHM

  • Workshop C

How to work with ecclesial structures – best practices
with Peter Ductram, Diocese of Dallas English

Q&A with Moderator, Leyden Rovelo-Krull, Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph

Second Hour

  • Sponsors
  • Break

Workshops D or E

  • Workshop D

Sinodalidad con los movimientos eclesiales y nuevas comunidades
with Kathia Arango Region lll, Archdiocese of Philadelphia & Andres Arango, Diocese of Camden, New Jersey – Spanish

Q&A Moderator with Daniel Villar, Region lV, Diocese of Richmond

  • Workshop E

Synodality from the perspective of social justice
The domestic reality (Catholic Charities) and the International reality (CRS)
with Scott Hurd and Roberto Rojas – English

Q&A Moderator with Elisabeth Roman, Diocese of Joliet, President NCCHM

Third Hour

  • Plenary
  • Announcements
  • Closing Prayer
  • Social

Our Moderator

Lia Salinas, Region lV
NCADDHM Vice President

Expertise: Pastoral, catechesis, RCIA, multi-cultural ministries, small faith communities (CEBs), etc.

Professional Title: Director of Hispanic Ministry

Professional Experience:Lia has worked in Catholic ministry for over twenty years, serving in the Archdioceses of Miami, Washington, Baltimore, and Arlington. Her specialization is in catechetical, pastoral, multi-cultural ministries, Rite of Christian Initiation, among others. She currently serves as chair of the Episcopal Regional IV for the process of the National V Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry and as a consultant/speaker for Liturgy Training Publications and RCL Benziger.

Her leadership and service to the community has been recognized by Catholic Relief Services with the 鈥2019 Hispanic Heritage Partner Award鈥. Lia earned her bachelor’s degree in theology and her master’s degree in pastoral theology from Saint Joseph’s College in Maine. She holds a certification from Franciscan University in Steubenville as Director of Religious Education and is currently undertaking a digital evangelization certification offered by the Juan Pablo II University of Costa Rica.

Language Proficiency: English and Spanish

First Hour

  • Welcome
  • Prayer
  • Closing Keynote with Marilyn Santos, USCCB
  • Q&A with Moderator, Lia Salinas Region lV – NCADDHM Vice President

Second Hour

  • Synodality with F. Javier Orozco, Region lX – NCADDHM President
  • Breakout Rooms
    • Reflection Questions
  • Sponsors
  • Break
  • NCADDHM 30th Anniversary & Presentation of Awards
    • Announce 2022 Conference Location

Third Hour

  • Closing Announcements
  • Closing Prayer
  • Social

The National Catholic Association of Diocesan Directors for Hispanic Ministry (NCADDHM)聽 is an organization recognized by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

CONTACT

NCADDHM