Salvatore Martinez

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Salvatore Martinez was born on 4 May, 1966 in Enna, Italy. Discover Salvatore Martinez’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Age54 years old
Zodiac SignTaurus
Born4 May 1966
Birthday4 May
BirthplaceEnna, Italy

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He is very much involved as a Speaker and Formator (he holds on an average over 70 conferences a year, many of these are later published in magazines and on the web), he has intervened in national and international Conferences in 44 countries on all five continents on subjects of spirituality, with particular reference to youth, families, priests, the promotion of the laity, social discomfort, the Social Doctrine of the Church, invited by Vatican Dicasteries, by National Bishops’ Conferences, Universities, Public Institutions, Cultural and social Institutions.

On the occasion of the centenary of ”Appello ai liberi e forti” (Appeal to the free and strong) (18 January 2019), initiatives are planned to remember and celebrate the spiritual, human, cultural and political heritage of the thought of don Luigi Sturzo. In particular, an International Conference in Caltagirone, on April 12-14, to review the relevance of the 12 explanatory points of the Appeal.

From September 22nd to October 5th, 2019, he was on mission to China, which included diplomatic meetings with local authorities, inter-religious dialogue and formation reserved for some ecclesial communities. In particular, at the invitation of the Venerable Shi Yong Xin, 30th Abbot of the Temple of Shaolin, a culture recognized in 2010 by UNESCO, as World Cultural Heritage. During the mission, at the suggestion of Bishop Sun Jigen, he coordinated the formation for priests, religious and laity in the Diocese of Handan, the main Center of study of the Christian faith for the whole of China.


He is a prolific writer and author. Twenty-six of his books have been published, the last one, which was published in October 2018, is dedicated to Pope Paul VI, when he was declared a Saint.

He has and continues to hold lectures, courses and consultations for Pontifical and Catholic Universities in Rome and several other Countries, for Institutions and Institutes of Formation in Italy and abroad. In the current academic year, that is 2018-2019 he conducted a Course of Specialization in Dogmatic Theology on the “Theology of the Holy Spirit”.

On January 2, 2018 he was nominated Personal Representative of the OSCE 2018 Chairperson-in-Office for Dimension 3, to “Combat Racism, Xenophobia and Discrimination, with a focus on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians and members of Other Religions”. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe represents 57 Countries (Europe 44, Asia 11, USA and Canada, representing a population of over one billion) The mission of OSCE is articulated into 3 Dimensions: Politics – military Security; Economy and environment; Human rights.

As part of the OSCE Representation, he was one of the promoters and organizers of the International Conference of Rome on the “Responsibility of States, Institutions and Individuals in the fight against Anti-Semitism in the OSCE area”, scheduled within the framework of the Italian OSCE Presidency 2018, held in Rome on January 29, 2018 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation – Hall of International Conferences.

During the year 2018, within the OSCE context, he intervened as Speaker in the following international meetings:

As part of the initiatives promoted by the Association, on December 7, 2018, in Rome, at the Parco Tirreno Residence, a Conference was held on the subject “Physiology of a crisis. A systemic response”. Numerous young adults participated, who had taken earlier taken part in the Lab.Ora schools held in Campania; Piedmont-Valle D’Aosta-Liguria; Sicily; and Emilia Romagna- Marche. Authoritative speakers intervened with their contributions.


Since 2017 he is President of the Observatory on Religious Minorities in the World and on Respect for Religious Freedom. An Observatory promoted by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and of International Cooperation (MAECI). “The activity of the Observatory is part of the Italian foreign policy in favor of the protection and promotion of the freedom of religion, of public profession of religious belief, of the rights of those belonging to ethnic and religious minorities, in bilateral and multilateral relationships and in programs of Cooperation towards development, with particular attention to the new generations, so that they acquire awareness of the protection of human rights”. (Statutes, art 1.2) “The Observatory coordinates, through MAECI, its action with the work carried out by the Italian diplomatic missions abroad on themes and projects of common interest and keeping in line with the objectives assigned (Statutes, art. 3.1)

As President of the Observatory on Religious Minorities in the World and on the Respect for Religious Freedom promoted by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and of International Cooperation (MAECI), he organized and presided – in Rome (21 December 2017, Auditorium of the Pontifical Antonianum University and the Sala Conferenze Internazionali at the Palazzo della Farnesina) and Assisi (22 December, Sala Papale del Sacro Convento, Sala della Spogliazione del Palazzo Vescovile and the Porziuncola in the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli) – an International Conference on the theme: “Dialogue among cultures and religions in the promotion of peace: 800 years of Franciscan presence in the Holy Land” in collaboration with the Custos of the Holy Land, and the participation of the high level diplomatic and religious representatives from the Middle East as well as those accredited in Italy, belonging to the three Abrahamic religious traditions.


Since April 2016 he is President of the Association “Laudato si” for the national project “Lab.Ora. A thousand youth for a leadership of service”. The Initiative represents a response implementing the appeal of Pope Francis to Christians present at the V National Ecclesial Convention, of Florence 2015. It is an innovative and systemic, interdisciplinary format open to international developments and collaborations, which brings together an expert and representative group of lay people, ecclesiastics and academics who have decided to get involved in a free and generous personal testimony at the service of young people who distinguish themselves in local communities, for the creation of a new generation of leaders and for their new social and political leadership in Italy, in a special way through innovation in giving value to local resources.

As President of the Vatican Foundation “CIFN”, following the publication of the Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Francis on love in the family, “Amoris Laetitia”, he organized and presided, at the Pontifical Urbaniana University (Rome, 21 September 2016), an International Conference on the theme: “The mother of all crisis is spiritual! For a Culture of encounter (Pope Francis)”, an intercultural reading with high level representatives of the three monotheistic religions. Among these Maria Teresa Grand Duchess of Luxembourg and Mohammad Sammak, member of the Board of Presidency of World Conference Religion for Peace.


Since 2002 he coordinates the Italian Delegation which participates at the “National Prayer Breakfast” (NPB) in Washington, which in 2019 is the 67th edition. The NPB is the biggest inter-religious network of leaders (an international Convention is held every year in Washington, with invitations from an ad hoc Commission of the Senate and the Congress of the USA, with the ruling President and Vice President always present) who recognize in Jesus, regardless of the profession of a faith or belonging to a particular religion, a “model” of leadership which places at the center universal values of the Gospel and therefore the human person, their integral dignity, ideals of peace and solidarity among the Nations. Over 150 Countries are represented every year. He was a speaker at the 63° NPB, on February 4, 2015, the only European Christian to give a speech during the session dedicated to the Middle East, together with Jewish and Muslim speakers on the theme “Family, Middle East and Pope Francis”.

As President of Renewal in the Spirit of Italy he organized and presided at the Olympic Stadium of Rome (June 1-2, 2014), with the special presence of Pope Francis, the 37th Convocation of the Renewal with 52.000 participants represented by 64 Countries. It was the first time that a Pope intervened at a Gathering in a Stadium organized by an ecclesial Movement. As President of RnS he organized and presided in St. Peter’s Square (3 July 2015) an International event “Voices in prayer for the martyrs of today. For a spiritual Ecumenism and for an Ecumenism of blood”, with the participation of Pope Francis, on the occasion of the 38th Convocation of the Renewal. 11 high level Representatives of the three Christian traditions intervened (Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox) and artists Andrea Bocelli, Noa, Don Moen, Darlene Zschech with 35.000 participants.


Among the books, published by Edizioni San Paolo, Sospinti dallo Spirito (Moved by the Spirit), in May 2014, was widely available and sold throughout Italy (it was the second best seller in the classification of Catholic bookshops, and among the first 100 best-selling books in the catalogs of Italian publishers), translated in Spanish, English, Portuguese and French. Among his books published by Ed. RnS Papa Francesco e lo Spirito Santo. Novità, armonia, missione (Pope Francis and the Holy Spirit. Novelty, harmony, mission) was one of the most appreciated books, among religious publications, at the Frankfurt book fair in 2014. Some of his books have been translated into English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Polish and Mandarin.

Since 2014, in agreement with Prison Fellowship Italia onlus and RnS, in collaboration with the Ministry of Justice and the Inspectorate General of the Prison Chaplains, on the occasion of Christmas the foundation promotes “L’Altra Cucina… Per un Pranzo d’Amore” (The Other Kitchen … For a Lunch of Love), a great charity event of “social justice” in favor of prisoners. In 2018 the initiative was held in 13 prisons of Italy involving over 2,500 prisoners.

He was part of the Delegation of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, on the invitation of the Authorities of Israel, Jordan and Palestine, on the occasion of the Pontifical journey of Pope Francis to the Holy Land (May 24-26, 2014).

As President of the Vatican Foundation “CIFN”, on the occasion of the Extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the Family, under the aegis of the Secretary General of the Synod, he organized and presided at the Pontifical Urbaniana University (Rome, 11 October 2014) an International Conference on the theme: “A glimpse of truth and of mercy on the Family in the Middle East. Speakers: Patriarchs Card. Béchara Boutros RAÏ, (for the Maronites), H.B. Fouad TWAL (for the Latins), H.B. Ignace Youssif III YOUNAN, (for the Syrians), H.B. Louis Raphaël I SAKO (for the Chaldeans).


Since 2012 he is President of the Vatican Foundation “International Center Family of Nazareth” (CIFN) erected ex audientia by Pope Benedict XVI on October 17, 2012, with juridical canonical public and Vatican civil personality, for the development of the Magisterium of the Family in the world, with a special mandate to build and manage the “Home of the Pope for families” in Nazareth, as an ecumenical and interreligious way of dialogue and of peace in the Middle East. (A dream of Pope John Paul II announced at Rio de Janeiro on the occasion of the II World Meeting of Families in 1997, a desire that was renewed by Benedict XVI in 2009 and by Pope Francis in 2014 on the occasion of the respective papal trips to the Holy Land).

He is Consultor, a nomination of Pope Benedict XVI, ad quinquennium, from April 2012, of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization..

He participated as Auditor, nominated by the Pope, at the XIII Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops on the theme: “The new Evangelization for the transmission of the Christian faith” held in the Vatican from October 7 to 28, 2012.


From 2011 to 2014, he was Member of the Office of Presidency of Rete in Opera, for two terms, a national Body to which 20 Associations and Movements – Catholic or of Christian inspiration – adhere to, a widespread “Work of networks” founded on the principles of social Doctrine of the Church, expression of the autonomy and of the constitutive role of civil society on issues of major public relevance.


He was Consultor, until the dissolution of the Dicastery, of the Pontifical Council for the Family Pontifical Council for the Family, nominated ad quinquennium by Pope Benedict XVI, in September 2009, appointment renewed by Pope Francis in 2014.


He was Consultor, until the dissolution of the Dicastery, of the Pontifical Council for the Laity, nominated ad quinquennium by Pope Benedict XVI in March 2008, appointment renewed by Pope Francis in 2013.

As President of RnS from 2008 he plans, presides and leads an annual National Pilgrimage of Families for the Family in Pompei, a popular gesture of prayer which unites grandparents, parents and children through the “Rosary of the Family”, in collaboration with Pontifical Council for the Family (now Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life), with the Office of the Bishops’ Conference for the Family and the National Forum of Family Associations.


As President of RnS, since 2007 he plans, presides and leads an annual, special National Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, with song and music, mystagogical conferences and spiritual experiences in the principal places of the Christian faith, even through the involvement of the Arab Christian community in Israel and in Palestine, as well as the representatives of the 3 Abrahamic religions present in the Holy Land, beginning with the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem and the Custos of the Holy Land.


Since 2000 he is president of the foundation, Institute of human promotion “Mons. Francesco Di Vincenzo”, a charitable organization (recognized by the Republic of Italy in 1995) and Ecclesiastical (recognized by the Diocese of Piazza Armerina in 1989) for the integration of social formations which are the basis of the dignity of the human person (Church, Family, Culture, Work). The Foundation has created the “Mario e Luigi Sturzo ‘Polo of excellence of solidarity and human promotion’”, at the Historical site of the Sturzo Brothers (now owned by the Diocese of Piazza Armerina), a social Work for the redemption of prisoners, former prisoners and their families, as well as unaccompanied immigrant children.


Since 1997 he is the first lay person to preside the Rinnovamento nello Spirito Santo (RnS, Renewal in the Spirit of Italy). RnS is a private Association of faithful whose Statutes have been recognized by the Italian Bishops’ Conference (CEI) and by the Holy See. It has around 1900 Groups and Communities in Italy, with over 250.000 participants, nine overseas Missions (among which are in Moldova [and Transinistria], Israel, and Jordan), Schools of formation, a Publishing house, a Foundation for the promotion of social utility projects, a Cooperative for services related to the organization of events.

Since 1997 he is president of Fondazione “Alleanza del Rinnovamento nello Spirito Onlus”, an organization recognized by the Republic of Italy and the Bishops’ Conference of Italy, which operates in the field of formation of formators with the organization and the promotion of national and interregional Schools dedicated to families, to youth, to animators and operators in the social field, as well as through specific initiatives for the reduction of social discomfort of disadvantaged persons. From 2002, the Foundation has begun a mission in Chisinau, capital of the Republic of Moldova, with the creation of a missionary Center and of a Home to welcome the poor; it has also stipulated protocols of understanding with government socio-health Institutions to take care of children afflicted with mental handicap.

He is International Vice-President of Youth Arise International (YAI), a project of formation for evangelization for the youth, which organizes events throughout the world, in particular gatherings leading to the World Youth Day organized by the Vatican with the presence of the Holy Father (the first YAI gathering was held in 1997 in France).


Salvatore Martinez (Enna, 4 May 1966) is an Italian scholar, the first layperson president of the Rinnovamento nello Spirito Santo (Catholic Charismatic Renewal) in Italy. President of the Vatican Foundation “International Center Family of Nazareth” and personal representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office 2018 on Combating Racism, Xenophobia and Discrimination, also focusing on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians and Members of other Religions”.