San Juan Diego


San Juan Diego, to whom appeared Our Lady of Guadalupe, was the first indigenous saint from the Americas.


Our Hearts Were Burning


What is the vision for Adult Faith Formation in the United States and how can we be a part of that vision?


Message from the Bishop


Bishop Cantu invites you to learn more about the  Faith, from theological concepts to ministry formation.


Missionary Discipleship


What does it mean to be a Missionary Disciple and how can we better prepare ourselves for our mission?


 

Human


Lay ministers strive to deepen their knowledge of self and others, grow from their life experiences, maintain a balanced lifestyle, and demonstrate basic human values.

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Spiritual


Lay ministers give witness to a well-formed spirituality through a rich and diversified prayer life, theological reflection, and action rooted in Catholic Social Teaching.

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Doctrinal


Lay ministers demonstrate an understanding of the breadth of Catholic theological and pastoral studies as well as the intellectual skill to use that knowledge in ministry.

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Pastoral


Lay ministers discern and nurture the gifts of all the baptized in order to build the Kingdom of God.  In the spirit of the Gospel, they serve others as companions on the journey of faith.

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Meet your Team

Fr. Rogelio Martinez and Julia Fracker are the directors the San Juan Diego Institute.  They work closely with the directors of diocesan ministries to form to the ministerial courses for certification.  Between Fr. Rogelio and Ms. Fracker, they have approximately 5 degrees and 18 years of experience in ministry.

MORE ABOUT US

  • Fr. Rogelio Martinez
  • Director

  • Grace Cassetta
  • Catechetical Ministry

  • Dcn. Lonnie Briseno
  • Family Life Ministry

  • Julia Fracker
  • Associate Director

  • Joanna Haston
  • Liturgical Ministry

  • Alex Barrazza
  • Youth Ministry
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