Gerardo Salazar, DMin
About Gerardo Salazar, DMin
Dr. Gerardo Salazar, Director of Spanish Language Programs, is also a professor, journalist, communicator, and theologian. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Journalism, a Master of Arts in Theology & Ministry, and a Doctorate in Ministry with a concentration in Hispanic Ministry from the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, Texas. Before coming to CDU, he served the Hispanic/Latino community in Houston, Texas, for 10 years in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston and at the University of St. Thomas.
Dr. Salazar founded the Center Semillero, a pioneer effort of the Hispanic Catholics in the U.S. at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas, with two graduate programs offered completely in Spanish: a Master of Arts in Pastoral Theology and Master of Arts in Sacred Scripture. He has supported various dioceses around the United States in their catechetical and evangelization efforts, and has served as a consultant on religion and catechets for William H. Sadlier over the past 8 years.
BA (Communications and Journalism), Universidad Siglo XXI, Mexico
MA (Theology and Ministry), Fuller Seminary, California
DMin (Hispanic Ministry), Oblate School of Theology, San Antonio, Texas
Area of Teaching Specialization: Catechetics, Evangelization, Hispanic Ministry, Inculturation, Practical Theology
Course Level: Undergraduate
Courses Taught: CST 101. Introducción a Doctrina Social de la Iglesia