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The Diocese of Sacramento celebrates multi-cultural diversity, and recognizes the customs, languages and social mores of numerous ethnic groups while also fostering a unity among God’s people.
The beginnings of this Diocese are rooted in the vision, talents and gifts of various individuals who immigrated to Sacramento. Further, in its 120-year history, the Sacramento region has become recognized nationally for its culturally diverse population and responsive services.
We honor and respect the dignity of all people, embracing our differences and celebrating our shared beliefs. Numerous ministries, programs and services provide resources and assistance for various ethnic groups to ensure that faith-life, catechesis and worship may flourish.
USCCB - Secretariat of Cultural Diversity Website
The Secretariat of Cultural Diversity was created in January of 2008. It works in a collaborative spirit to promote the pastoral efforts and priorities of the Committee on Cultural Diversity and its subcommittees. Its focus is to minister to culturally diverse Catholic communities including Hispanic, African American, Asian and Pacific Islanders, and Native American. The Pastoral Care of Migrants, Refugees and Travelers also serves numerous other communities of Catholics.
The Secretariat of Cultural Diversity in the Church's new website address is: