San Ignacio de Loyola

Fátima Carazo Dorado

Graduated in Law and Expert in Criminology.

She studied Theology at the Center for Theological Studies in Seville and at the Faculty of Theology of Cartuja in Granada.

She has a Master's Degree in Orientation and Family Mediation from the Faculty of Theology of Cartuja (Granada).

Since 1997 she works as a teacher of Catholic religion in the IES Néstor Almendros de Tomares, being a Speaker and Coordinator of Working Groups in the Teacher Training Network (CEP) of the Andalusian Government.

Member of the Christian Life Community (CLC), a lay community of Ignatian spirituality, since 1984.

She has served in various roles within CLC at the local level: Presidency, Coordination of the Team of Formators Guides, Coordination of the Family Mission Team. At the national level she has been a member of the Apostolic Teams of Youth Mission, Family Mission and the Team of the Framework Document for the Community Mission in CLC Spain.

She is part of Ichthys CVX-Familia, a group of accompaniment to LGBT families and the Pastoral Team of Sexual Diversity (PADIS+G) of CLC in Seville.

Member of the group Familia Sinodal of Seville that integrates people who try to respond in an integral way, to the needs of the family from the Ignatian spirituality.

Currently lives, along with her husband and migrants and refugees, in the Community of Hospitality Casa Mambré, CLC project in collaboration with the Society of Jesus and Caritas Diocese of Seville.

She has provided various services in the Archdiocese of Seville, specifically, she has performed the following tasks :

● Archpriestly Coordinator of the Religion teaching staff in the Western Vicariate. Archpriesthood of Castilleja de la Cuesta.

● Member of the Advisory Team of the Diocesan Delegation of Teaching.

● Responsible for the web page of resources for Religion teachers of the Diocesan Delegation of Teaching.

● Coordinator of digital teaching resources in the Diocesan Delegation of Teaching.

● Union delegate of the Professional Association of Religion Teachers in State Centers (APPRECE) whose founding purpose is the defense of the confessional subject of Catholic Religion as well as the labor rights of Catholic Religion teachers.

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