Luis Donaldo Gonzalez

Luis Donaldo González

Luis Donaldo González is a Mexican American writer based on the U.S.-Mexico border. He has degrees in philosophy from the University of the Archdiocese of Monterrey in Mexico and in theology from the Comillas Pontifical University in Spain. He enjoys research, travel and social media.


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Q & A with Sr. María Valentina Rebollos Paragas, a missionary for peace

Q&A with Sr. Geraldina Céspedes Ulloa, living a theology that listens to humanity's cries

Q&A with Sr. María de la Luz González Díaz: 'I consecrated myself' for women in prostitution situations

At drug rehab center, sisters offer spiritual, emotional support to youth gang members

Mexico's sisters accompany youth gang members: 'They make me turn the page'

Q & A with Sr. Ana Cristina Chavira Sáenz, educating migrant children and serving families in Monterrey

Latin American sisters learn in the US with help of Catholic Extension

Sisters volunteering at Texas migrant shelter respond to 'humanitarian crisis'

Q & A with Sr. Ruperta Palacios Silva: 'It is urgent to make Afro-descendant people visible' in the church

Q & A with Sr. Lidia Mara Silva de Souza, 'a migrant with migrants' in Mexico

Q & A with Sr. Mariana Olivo Espinoza, ministering to families of the disappeared in Mexico

Q & A with Sr. Virginia Bahena, empowering women along the border

Monday Starter: Sisters have a strong presence at national disaster training event

Q & A with Sr. Gabriela Ramírez, walking with the Mayan community in Alabama