Latin America & Caribbean


May 18, 2018

By: The Office of Government Relations

The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations expresses its concern regarding the political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela.  The country’s political and economic situation has created a humanitarian crisis which has forced many Venezuelans to find refuge in other Latin American...

April 3, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Anglican Church in Peru has established the “Help us to help Others” commission to mobilize financial support for the most vulnerable and neglected communities amid ongoing floods and mudslides. During the first months of 2017 the “Niño” phenomenon has...

October 17, 2011

Dear Member of Congress, We, the undersigned faith-based organizations and faith leaders, value the dignity of every individual regardless of citizenship and respect the rights of all people to enjoy safety and freedom. As our traditions and holy texts call upon us to welcome the stranger, our...

October 5, 2011

The Anglican Alliance consultation in Latin America opened Oct. 3 with a discussion on climate change and the launch of a website.

The consultation in Sao Paolo includes participants from all the Anglican Communion provinces in Latin America and the Caribbean, and from Africa, south and...

September 15, 2011

Editor's note: For a video from inside the village, click here.

Guarani Chief Pedro Alves lives with his people in Tekoa Vy'a Renda Poty, a tiny village owned by the city of Santa Helena in the southern Brazil state of Paraná, where the city provides for their basic needs.


September 15, 2011

El jefe guaraní Pedro Alves vive con su gente en Tekoa Vy'a Renda Poty, una aldeíta que pertenece a la ciudad de Santa Helena en el estado de Paraná en el sur de Brasil, donde el municipio cubre sus necesidades básicas.

Durante los últimos 35 años aproximadamente, el guaraní, que alguna...

September 7, 2011

Bishops from the Iglesia Anglicana de la Region Central de America (IARCA) on Sept. 7, the first of three days of meetings in New York, visited the Episcopal Church Center, participating in the noon Eucharist and meeting with and briefing staff on the state of the church in their respective...

June 19, 2011

El invierno pasado, y luego de haber estado separado de ellos durante ocho meses, Antonio abordó un avión con su esposa y sus tres hijos en Cali, Colombia, para volar a Quito, Ecuador, donde solicitaron asilo del gobierno ecuatoriano.

Fue el último acto de una saga de 10 años que incluía...

June 19, 2011

After an eight-month separation from them, Antonio boarded a plane with his wife and their three children in Cali, Colombia, last winter and flew to Quito, Ecuador, where they petitioned the Ecuadorian government for asylum.

It was the ultimate act in a 10-year-saga that included an...


Bulletin Inserts

"We are a resurrected church," Bishop of Haiti Jean Zaché Duracin tells Episcopalians in ENS Wee

Fundación Cristosal, created in 2000, has worked with the Episcopal Church and Episcopal Relief