Bishop Enrique Delgado was born in Peru on December 26, 1955. He holds a bachelor degree as Industrial Engineer and got the call to serve the Lord after earning his Master’s degree in Economy.
Bishop Enrique joined the seminary on 1991. In 1995, he finished a Master in Theology and in 1996 a Master of Divinity. He received the Sacrament of the Holy Orders on June 29, 1996, in a Holy Mass in Peru officiated by Msgr. Agustin Roman.
Bishop Enrique worked for seven years as Pastor of St. Justin Martyr in Key Largo, FL. He worked before in St. Agnes, Key Biscayne and Nativity, Hollywood.
In April 2010, Archbishop John Clement Favalora announced the appointment of Bishop Enrique Delgado as Pastor of St. Katharine Drexel Parish effective August 1st. 2010.
Father Delgado finished his Doctoral studies in Practical Theology on December 19, 2015. His PHD Dissertation can be downloaded under A Word From Our Pastor Section, or by
Pope Francis appointed Fr. Enrique as an Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Miami, making him the first Peruvian Bishop in the United States. Fr. Enrique’s appointment as Bishop was announced in an October 12th, 2017 communique from the Vatican. His Episcopal Ordination took place on December 7th, 2017 at Miami’s St. Mary Cathedral with Archbishop Wenski presiding.
Fr. Londoño, 32, was born in Medellin, Colombia, March 31,1987. He is the only child of Bernardo Arturo Londoño and Carmen Amanda Acosta. He went to high school in Medellin. He came to the United States in July 2009 and entered St. John Vianney Seminary that August.
Fr. Londoño spent a summer doing migrant ministry in the Diocese of Richmond, Virginia, and got his Clinical Pastoral Experience at the Veterans Administration in New York. He has served at St. Michael the Archangel, Miami; St. Maximillian Kolbe, Pembroke Pines; St. Andrew, Coral Springs; and as a deacon at Our Lady of Guadalupe, Doral.
Currently Fr. Londoño is Parochial Vicar at St. Katharine Drexel Church.