Our Mission

Founded in 2003 by Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M., Cap., the mission of Centro San Juan Diego, the Hispanic institute for family and pastoral care, is to empower Hispanics in the Archdiocese of Denver through education, so they become faithful and integrated leaders in the Catholic Church and in the society.

The mission of Centro San Juan Diego is accomplished through two main venues, Pastoral Services and Family Services.

What we accomplished in 2007
- Completed renovation of the building in October, 2007
- Administered services from Centro San Juan Diego to almost 16,400 persons during 2007 (without considering the people using the facility for events, workshops or retreats)
- Held 36 Community events, workshops or retreats in 2007

The challenge
Now that the renovation is completed, we have a place to provide the services needed to integrate the Hispanic community into Church and community—a place not only adequate, but also beautiful and uplifting.
The challenge now is twofold: first, to creatively serve the Hispanic community, that that community may grow in leadership and become a greater asset to American society as a whole; and second, to obtain funding for the services we offer and for the maintenance of our building in its historic integrity.

Ways to be involved
- Donating
- Volunteering
- Brick program
- In-kind donation
- Promoting our programs
- Praying for this ministry

Space available for rent for community events, retreats, meetings, classes and more
For more information contact us
Thank you for thinking of Centro San Juan Diego as a recipient of your donations.