Preaching at our Sunday morning worship during the weekend of #EAD2018 will be Most. Rev. Ricardo Ramírez, bishop emeritus of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Cruces, New Mexico. Bishop Ramírez has been a tireless advocate for immigrants.
In 2017, the Las Cruces Sun-News named Bishop Ramírez Las Cruces’ “Distinguished Resident” for his decades of service to the community.
Read more and view a recent interview video with Bishop Ramírez about the historic struggle of the Latino Church in the U.S. to find its voice and his outline of a road map for the church’s future.
In addition, this year we are fortunate to have three talented music ministers to lead us in song and to contribute to other artistic aspects of #EAD2018:
- Rev. Tracy Howe-Wispelwey, Director of Restoration Village Arts,
- Natalie Serno, also known as “La Muna,” and
- Claire Hitchins, folk singer from Charlottesville, Va.
Read more about the work of these great musicians and view some links to their work here.
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