The Southeast Regional Office for Hispanic Ministry is the organization of the United States Bishops that coordinates and supports Hispanic Ministry in the 30 dioceses of the Southeast (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee). Through its three pillars of Evangelization, Formation and Communion, its formative branch, SEPI, strives to facilitate the full participation of Hispanics / Latinos in the mission of the Church and society as authentic missionary disciples.
Our Vision and Mission
WHO WE ARE
Organization of the US Catholic Bishops which coordinates and supports the Hispanic Ministry in the Southeast Region of the US
WHAT WE DO
Provide formation programs, evangelization and leadership development for Hispanic laic ministers and youth
WHY WE DO IT
To create and encourage communion in the Hispanic/Latino ministry in the Dioceses of the Southeast region
HOW WE DO IT
We offer services and pastoral leadership programs as well as formation for "Pastoral Juvenil"
We offer courses with and without academic credits
SCHOOL OF MINISTRIES
A program in Theology and Pastoral formation
Masters in Hispanic Pastoral Ministry with Barry University
Program in formation, recreation and service
Our radio program "La Voz del SEPI" is broadcast weekly by through RADIO PAZ 830AM in the Archdiocese of Miami, Saturdays at 8PM (Eastern Time), as well as in the Archdiocese of Mobile, AL through Archangel Radio 1410AM Wednesdays at 10PM, Saturdays at 7AM, and Sundays at 3PM (Central Time) during the "En su idioma" time slot. You can also access previous programs online by clicking the RADIO button below.