We need attractive content for Latinos under 40 years old, doing the same things "we have always done" as a Church is not working...
WHy was Juan DIego Network founded?
We are at a breaking point, today more than ever is the time to make the Gospel viral again for Latino millennials and Gen Z.That is why JDN has very diverse podcasts, each focused on a different niche (due to its style, format, duration, periodicity and hosts).Some seek to evangelize, others to form in the faith or to promote human dignity and others simply offer clean Catholic entertainment.JDN has something for everyone!
More than ever we need to create and produce programs for Latinos. We can´t continue thinking just “translating the website” works or that what good-hearted volunteers do for Hispanics is working. The New Evangelization needs to reach Latino millennials and centennials (Gen Z).
Juan Diego Network provides support to the content creators so they can focus on what they are good at. JDN takes care of the rest. Yes, every technical and financial barrier. And we are part of the creative process as well.
There are also a lot of apostolates, ministries, dioceses, schools, editorials and non-profits in general that want to connect with Latinos but don’t know how to start and are afraid of losing a lot of money in the process. By working with JDN you now have a team of experts that will make everything easier, a lot more cost-efficient and with a greater probability of success.
Renowned Latino Catholics with a proven track record in the media world and the communications and marketing spheres.
Communication experts as well as formed Catholics who make sure everything published goes according to Catholic doctrine and the magisterium of the Church.
Day to Day Operations
Catholic disciples who are experts in storytelling, sound editing, research, sound design, communication, marketing and audio technical aspects as well as illustrators and designers that are part of our extended team are led by our CEO and founder José Manuel De Urquidi (LinkedIn).