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"Through our website, books, journals, political initiatives, partnerships, conferences, consortium and presentations; The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference seeks to provide spiritual technicians and ministers who are active brokers of covenant relationships for the purpose of building spiritual, intellectual, political and economic capital. The NHCLC strives to provide to our community and to all shareholders of the American Experience the cultural, symbolic and moral authority necessary to establish collaborative mechanisms for continual positive change."
"The Asociación para la Educación Teológica Hispana exists to stimulate dialogue and collaboration among theological educators, administrators of institutions for ministerial formation, and Christian ministerial students in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico."
"The mission of the Center for the Study of Latino/a Catholicism is: To research and reflect theologically on Latino/a Catholicism and its impact on the overall U.S. (western) Catholic Church, and to do so in a systematic, ecumenical, multiperspectival, interdisciplinary, intercultural and critical manner." Located at the University of San Diego.
"The Hispanic Theological Initiative is an innovative program created in response to the needs voiced by religious leaders and pastors in Latino communities across the U.S. and funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts. Its purpose is to increase the availability and quality of Latino/a candidates for faculty and administrative positions in seminaries, schools of theology, and universities through a program of doctoral-level grants and awards, mentoring, and workshops. Program funds are also designated for community building and networking opportunities for all HTI awardees to interact with other Latino/a theological students, as well as Latino/a scholars across the country."
"The Institute seeks to enhance interdisciplinary study and research in Latino studies as a vital component of the University’s academic mission. The Institute is committed to maintaining a balance among research, education, and outreach in a distinctively Catholic tradition."