Latino/Hispanic Ministries

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July 1, 2008

An Episcopal Church conference on Hispanic and Latino ministry underway this week near Atlanta has gathered more than 200 people from diverse Spanish-speaking communities in eight countries to share in the challenges and blessings of their ministries and chart a course for continued growth....

July 1, 2008

An Episcopal Church conference on Hispanic and Latino ministry underway this week near Atlanta has gathered more than 200 people from diverse Spanish-speaking communities in eight countries to share in the challenges and blessings of their ministries and chart a course for continued growth....

June 10, 2008

More than 150 new Episcopalians will be received and welcomed into the Episcopal Church in Jacksonville, Florida's St. John's Cathedral on June 18.

The Rev. Dr. Miguel Rosada and 150 Spanish-speaking parishioners, formerly members of the Charismatic Episcopal Church, will become members...

August 9, 2007

A dredge -- a large, hoary implement of rusted steel teeth and netting used to "harrow" crabs out of the depths of Chesapeake Bay -- sits at the base of the large pulpit just below the chancel steps of St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church in the heart of the Columbia Heights section...

November 30, 2006

In the realm of Latino/Hispanic ministry, much is now happening for which all mission-minded Episcopalians can be grateful. But despite these gains, Latinos remain conspicuously absent from, or only sparsely present in, most of our English-speaking congregations, even in regions where Hispanics...

November 30, 2006

In the realm of Latino/Hispanic ministry, much is now happening for which all mission-minded Episcopalians can be grateful. But despite these gains, Latinos remain conspicuously absent from, or only sparsely present in, most of our English-speaking congregations, even in regions where Hispanics...

December 11, 2005

Editor's note: December 12 is the feast day of the Virgin of Guadalupe—celebrated in Latin America as the "patroness of the Americas" with fiestas and fireworks. The Rev. Jan Nunley, deputy for communication, recently visited Anglicans in México for another colorful feast day, on an annual tour...

January 31, 2005

How should a church deal with neighborhood youth gangs? The Rev. Narciso Diaz, mission priest at Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe in Waukegan, Ill., has some ideas. Diaz carefully reaches out to Hispanic gang leaders on the streets around his parish, invites them to church, offers them Bible study...

October 1, 2004

The Diocese of Virginia consecrated its first free-standing Latino mission in the Washington, D.C., suburb of Falls Church, Virginia, on September 19. Bishop Peter Lee of Virginia, officiated in blessing various parts of the 27,000-plus-square-foot facility, while an estimated 280-350 people...

October 1, 2004

The Diocese of Virginia consecrated its first free-standing Latino mission in the Washington, D.C., suburb of Falls Church, Virginia, on September 19. Bishop Peter Lee of Virginia, officiated in blessing various parts of the 27,000-plus-square-foot facility, while an estimated 280-350 people...

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