Parishioners recognized for their service

The third-annual Hispanic Ministry Leadership Conference organized by the Diocese of Rochester’s Office of Cultural Diversity took place Oct. 8 at St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry in Pittsford.
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The daylong event also included recognition of several parishioners who are currently serving as leaders in their faith communities:

* Aida Burgos from St. Michael Church, part of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Parish, who serves as a hospitality minister and participated in the Christ Life program.

* Victor Burgos from Our Lady of Peace Parish in Geneva for his service in several roles, including lector and extraordinary minister of holy Communion.

* Cesar Cruz from Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission in Marion, who volunteers with the children’s liturgy during Sunday Mass with the church’s youth group.

* Gloria Jasso from Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Brockport, who serves as lector and sacristan, and helps organize coffee hours and welcoming for local migrant workers.

* Rufina and Blanco Pabón, longtime parishioners of Rochester’s Holy Apostles Church, who serve as lectors and extraordinary ministers of holy Communion and help organize retreats, dinners and Lenten events.

* Ramón and Carmen Perdomo from SFXC’s Our Lady of the Americas Church, who serve as lectors and sacristans and are members of the choir.

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