Jesuit Hispanic Ministry Conference (JHMC) is an organization of Jesuits called to collaborative ministry among the Latino/Hispanic communities of the United States in apostolic endeavors consisting of all Jesuit ministries: social, pastoral, education, formation, and retreat.
Dolores Mission Church and School are a beacon of hope in the Boyle Heights community in which it serves. By providing vital services to a community that does so much with so little; Dolores Mission parishioners, students and its community at large work together to provide safety, support, quality education and hope.
Proyecto Pastoral at Dolores Mission Parish (Los Angeles) non-profit organization working in the economically and politically disenfranchised community of Boyle Heights to empower the community personally and socially by developing grassroots projects in education, leadership, and service.
Casa Romero (Milwaukee, WI) is a bilingual urban retreat center that has served Milwaukee’s immigrant populations since 1888.
Villa Maria (El Paso, TX) is a shelter for immigrant women who are victims of domestic abuse.
Institute for Latin American Concerns is a Creighton University Center located in the Dominican Republic and acts as an international, Catholic, Ignatian-inspired, collaborative health care and educational organization that exists to promote the integral well-being and spiritual growth of all participants.
The Center for Latino Studies in the Americas (CELASA) of the University of San Francisco’s academic, community, and international programs focused on Latin America and Latin@s in the United States. It supports research, teaching, and service opportunities for faculty, students, community members, and visiting scholars.
Encuentros Familiares (Family Encounters) is an apostolic mission founded in May 1971 by a group of families and Father Florentino Azcoitia S.J. a Cuban Jesuit priest, specific endeavor to procure a true sense of peace and unity inside the home with Jesus Christ in the center of the family life.
DC Schools Project at Georgetown University’s Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service (CSJ) is a literacy organization that has been serving Washington, D.C.’s low-income immigrant community since 1984.
Poder Learning Center opened in 1997, provides educational opportunities for adult immigrants in Chicago’s Pilsen Neighborhood on the South Side.
The Kino Border Initiative provides pastoral assistance, shelter, breakfast and other assistance to recently deported migrants on the border in Nogales, AZ.
St. Procopius School provides a dual-language education for over 240 students enrolled in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade. In addition to learning to read, write, and speak both English and Spanish at or above grade level, students also learn and celebrate the rich cultural heritage of both Mexico and the United States.