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Holy Spirit

Including Day Care & Learning Center 7728 Alameda Ave.

El Paso, Texas 79915

United States

Company Description

Holy Spirit of Hope is a Bible-based Christian church using Catholic rituals in fellowship with all Christian churches. Initially founded in 2002 under the Catholic Charismatic Church, we have been serving since 2011 as an Independent Catholic Church wi ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Engineer On Active Duty

U.S. Public Health Service


Bachelor's Degree

University of Texas at El Paso


Master of Science

Civil Engineering

University of Texas at El Paso

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Presiding Bishop Robert Ortega, D.Div
Pastor Bishop Robert Ortega, D.Div

Pastors' Biography [cached]

Rev. Robert Ortega, DD, PE

Rev. Robert Ortega is now Presiding Bishop of the Independent Catholic Church Diocese of the Southwest. He is in residence and Pastor of Holy Spirit of Hope Church in El Paso, TX that he founded and incorporated in May 2002.
He was ordained a priest in 2002 by Archbishop Michael (RIP) of the Catholic Charismatic Church. He was then consecrated a Bishop of the Catholic Charismatic Church in 2007 by Bishop Lou Vaporis (RIP).
The preparation for ministry of Rev. Ortega includes: over 40 years of marriage; twenty years of self-devoted concentrated and continuous study of Scripture and fundamental Christian principals; theology and ministry training at the Roman Catholic Diocese of El Paso Tepeyac Institute; counseling training with American Association of Christian Counselors; completion of the requirements of the Catholic Charismatic Church seminary; and ongoing studies.
Rev. Ortega completed service to his country in 2010 as a Captain (O-6) in the U.S. Public Health Service Inactive Reserves. He served as an engineer on active duty with the USPHS during the late Vietnam era.
Rev. Ortega was born in El Paso, TX, completing Ysleta High School before proceeding to earn both a Bachelor's Degree and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at El Paso. He retired from federal government in 2004 after achieving the rank of a senior executive officer as Acting Presidential Appointee Commissioner to the International Boundary and Water Commission.
Rev. Ortega continues to provide engineering and construction consulting as a Registered Professional Engineer in the state of Texas. Most significantly, Rev. Ortega continues with renewed and refocused commitment to Martha who has blessed him with 3 children and 4 grandchildren.
On February 13, 2011, Deacon Patricia Letto was incardinated into the Independent Catholic Church by Bishop Robert Ortega and Bishop Raul Ballesteros, Jr. at Holy Spirit of Hope in El Paso, Texas.

El Paso Times Online [cached]

The first person to go was Robert Ortega, who had served as the boundary commission's interim commissioner for five months before Ramirez and was its chief administrative officer until February.

"When Duran came in, he said he wanted to be the administrative officer, which was my job, and he wanted me to look at my options, including early retirement," said Ortega, 57.
A 12-year veteran who had worked as one of the commission's top engineers before going into management, Ortega said he took sick leave after being moved to what he called a do-nothing, special assistant position.
"The independence didn't matter much as long as people with integrity held the position," Ortega said."But anybody with an evil intent can really wreck havoc, which is what we're seeing now."
About two years ago, the federal Office of Personnel Management determined that the boundary commission should be separated from the civil service system that provides some job protection to federal employees.
"That makes the independent agency quite independent, and as an employee, you lose a lot of rights," Ortega said.
Although there is an administrative grievance process, the final decision on employment matters belongs to the commissioner.
In addition to Ortega, other top-level employees have been transferred, given transfer orders and quit or retired rather than move, been terminated or removed from their jobs pending administrative action.
Ballesteros, who is working on a master's degree in divinity at the University of Phoenix, has joined Ortega as a minister at the Holy Spirit of Hope Independent Charismatic Catholic Church.

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