Adolfo Castañeda is the director of education for Hispanic outreach for Human Life International and HLI’s Hispanic outreach arm Vida Humana Internacional. He has a Masters in Theology from St. Vincent de Paul Regional (Major) Seminary, in Boynton Beach, Florida, where he studied as a lay student. He also has a License in Moral Theology from the Alphonsian Academy in Rome. From 1989 to 1993 he taught moral theology at St. Vincent’s.
Since 1993, he has been working for Human Life International’s Hispanic Division, Miami-based, Vida Humana Internacional (VHI), as Director of Hispanic Education and Research. In that capacity Adolfo is the host of two weekly Spanish radio programs: one live though Mother Angelica’s World Catholic Radio and the other one pre-recorded through Radio Peace of the Archdiocese of Miami. He is the editor of VHI’s email newsletter, and of VHI’s printed newsletter. Adolfo is also the author of books, articles, and reports.
Adolfo has traveled frequently to VHI’s affiliates in Latin America to give talks and training sessions, of which he is the co-author, at conferences, to strategize with other pro-lifers and to participate in media interviews and debates. Recently, he has co-authored a pro-life training course for Hispanics in the U.S., both in English and Spanish. Adolfo has also participated in the production of two TV pro-life series in Spanish, which have been aired through EWTN en Español to the whole world.
In recent years, Adolfo has been traveling within the U.S. to speak at local parishes as well as national conferences, especially on the topics of gender ideology and Theology of the Body.