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Silvio Cuellar
Silvio Cuellar was born in Córdoba, Argentina, raised in Bolivia and immigrated to the United States in 1990. He is a pastoral musician, composer, journalist and lecturer on liturgy, life and family topics.

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Caminando Juntos hacia el Altar

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Annual Pilgrimage of the Hispanic Family (Exclusively in Spanish)

Iván will be the principal speaker and performer. Bring the entire family! For more information please call the parish. Contact the Music Outreach Team at OCP to learn about hosting an event in your parish or diocese! Download the PDF

Friday, August 23, 2019 -
Sunday, August 25, 2019
La Salette Shrine
Attleboro, MA, US

New England Post Encuentro Tour (Exclusively in Spanish)

Join us for an evening of awesome bilingual music and soul-stirring praise and worship ending with adoration. Bring the entire family! For more information please call the parish. Contact the Music Outreach Team at OCP to learn about hosting an event in your parish or diocese! This event is Co-Sponsored by OCP Publications and the Office of Hispanic Ministry of the Diocese of Norwich. Download the PDF

Friday, August 23, 2019
St. Mary Star of the Sea Church
New London, CT, US

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Bio

Silvio Cuellar was born in Córdoba, Argentina, raised in Bolivia and immigrated to the United States in 1990. He is a pastoral musician, composer, journalist and lecturer on liturgy, life and family topics. He currently serves as coordinator of the Office of Hispanic Ministry of the Diocese of Providence, Rhode Island, Associate Editor of the newspaper El Católico and Director of Music at St. Patrick Parish in in Rhode Island. At St. Patrick, he directs five choirs in English and one in Spanish.

Silvio has many years of experience facilitating workshops and educational programs for couples and families. For the past fifteen years he has been a member of the Diocesan Hispanic Liturgy Committee and is the co-founder and Secretary General of the East Coast Association of Hispanic Pastoral Musicians.

As a writer and journalist Silvio has received many awards from the Catholic Press Association (CPA) including "Best Editorial" in 2005 and best column for “Rincón de la Familia" (Family Corner) in 2011 and 2012. He currently lives in Rhode Island and is married to his wife Becky for 21 years. They have seven children who share the talent, faith and love for music performing concerts, retreats and evenings of praise and witness as a family.

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