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Padre Alberto earns HuffPo recognition

Padre Alberto earns HuffPo recognition

Fr. Alberto Cutié is among seven Latino religious leaders recognized byThe Huffington Post as “shaping the wider religious, spiritual and political landscape of America.”

Fr. Cutié (widely known as Padre Alberto) is the author of the New York Times bestseller “Dilemtma: A Priest’s Struggle with Faith and Love.” A popular radio and television personality, he left the Roman Catholic Church in 2009 after admitting he was in love, and was received as an Episcopal priest. He subsequently married the woman he loved and now serves as rector of the Church of the Resurrection in Biscayne Park, Florida.

The Huffington Post notes that “Latino Americans make up 17% of the population and are present in religious groups of every kind.” See the full list of Latino leaders they’ve recognized (in honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month)here.


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Peter Pearson

Congratulations Father Alberto!

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