Hispanic Theology and Ministry Program (HTMP)
Established in 1982, the Hispanic Theology and Ministry Program (HTMP) provides theological education that is historically, culturally, pastorally, and theologically situated in Latin@ contexts. Through academic degrees, concentrations, certificates, and Latin@-themed courses, HTMP prepares students for theological study, ministry, and leadership in a church that is increasingly Latino/a in the USA. Through Latinx faculty, lectures, public events, and special programming, HTMP resources the greater community in pastoral ministry and theology done latinamente.
Academic Programs in Hispanic Theology and Ministry
- Master of Arts in Hispanic Theology and Ministry (MA-HTM)
- Doctor of Ministry with concentration in Hispanic Theology and Ministry
- MAPS Degree with concentration in Hispanic Theology and Ministry
- Certificate in Hispanic Theology and Ministry
- Certificate in Catholic Preaching / Certificado en Predicación Católica
CTU is a sponsoring institutional member of the ecumenical Hispanic Summer Program (HSP).
Latino/as in ministry from the Archdiocese of Chicago and the Diocese of Joliet might also be interested in the Archbishop Oscar Romero Scholarship Program.
Click here to read Carmen Nanko-Fernández’s article in America about “The Preferential Option for Culture in Latino/a Theology” colloquium at Loyola University Chicago.
For more information on the Hispanic Theology and Ministry courses, contact: Dr. Carmen Nanko-Fernández, Director. Phone: 773.371.5533 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the Certificate in Catholic Preaching / Certificado en Predicación Católica, contact Rev. Dr. Eddie De León, Director. Email: email@example.com