Latino/Hispanic Ministries

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March 16, 2004

Province VII's Center for Hispanic Ministries will offer an intensive course this June at the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest for those preparing for mission to Latinos living in the United States.

The Rev. Jaime Case, center director, will present the Hispanic Ministries course June...

October 31, 2003

Editor's note: The following essay was written in response to a letter criticizing Hispanic immigrants that was published in an earlier issue.

As a third-generation Mexican-American, I strongly support and encourage the Episcopal Church to further expand its ministry to Hispanics.

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August 5, 2003

Spanish-speaking delegates to the 2003 Triennial Meeting and special guests from Brazil participated in a well-attended workshop, Violence Against Women, led by Diana Frade.

Diana Frade has lived in Honduras since 1971 and continues her work in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, as the executive...

May 20, 2002

Por primera vez en más de 15 años, 220 obispos, clérigos y laicos de todas las diócesis de la Iglesia Episcopal de los Estados Unidos se reunieron del 13-16 de mayo en Los Angeles, California, para que se sintiera la creciente presencia Latina en la Iglesia Episcopal y darle el lugar que le...

May 20, 2002

For the first time in more than 15 years, 220 bishops, clergy and lay people from dioceses across the Episcopal Church in the United States gathered May 13-16 in Los Angeles, California, to bring Latinos an increased presence and place in the Episcopal Church.

Fifteen years ago the...

May 14, 2002

A major new study has found that while a strong majority of Latinos in the United States are Roman Catholic, there has been a generational shift to Protestantism. But the study also found that Hispanic Catholics and Protestants shared many of the same views on public issues.

According...

May 14, 2002

A major new study has found that while a strong majority of Latinos in the United States are Roman Catholic, there has been a generational shift to Protestantism. But the study also found that Hispanic Catholics and Protestants shared many of the same views on public issues.

According...

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