By Steven Otfinoski
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They make up about 15 percent of all seminarians studying for the priesthood and brotherhood in the United States. The church is putting more Hispanic, Spanish-speaking priests in churches where the majority of parishioners are Hispanic. Its model is the Spanish A CHANGING CULTURE 57 Parishioners take part in a Pentecostal service held in New Jersey. It is not uncommon for a number of generations to live together in a Hispanic family. Apostolate in Brooklyn-Queens, New York. More than fifty Spanish-speaking priests there serve the needs of South American immigrants in greater New York City.
Catholic Church. They have found it difficult to relate to non-Hispanic priests, and they miss hearing Mass in their own language. 1990 S TO 56 2010 As a result, many Hispanics have left the Catholic Church and have joined Protestant sects, particularly the Pentecostal. According to a February 2008 Pew Forum survey, more than a million Hispanic Catholics have joined Pentecostal churches since arriving in the United States. They have been drawn to the church’s emotional worship, evangelical slant, and community outreach.
In 2008, Telemundo, the nation’s second-largest producer of Spanish content in the world, opened a new 16,000square-foot production studio complex. The city is also home to the largest Spanish-speaking television network, Univision network. THE NUYORICANS New York City is the most highly populated city in the nation, and Puerto Ricans have been its largest Hispanic minority for decades. During the “Great Migration” (1946–1964), about two-fifths of the population of Puerto Rico immigrated to New York and other eastern coast cities searching to find a better life.
1990s to 2010 (Hispanic America) by Steven Otfinoski