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New leaders across Central America

Change is underway among the leadership of the Anglican Church in Central America. Three of its five dioceses are electing new bishops.

10 August 2017

Costa Rican Anglicans urged to live their faith naturally

Anglicans are being encouraged to live their faith naturally in a new campaign designed to encourage environmentally sustainable lifestyles.

31 May 2017

Anglican Commission on Human Rights formed to protect Central American refugees

Human Rights ombudsmen have met with Anglican and Episcopal Bishops representing the Northern Triangle countries of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador to discuss the creation of a regional Anglican Commission on Human Rights to protect refugees in Central America.

02 December 2015

New Primate for Central America

Sturdie Wyman Downs is new head of Province comprising Dioceses of Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama.

11 March 2015

North Carolina group explores partnership in Costa Rica

On a recent Tuesday morning, a priest, a pediatrician, a judge and a schoolteacher walked into the Episcopal Church of Costa Rica’s Hogar Escuela, or “Home School,” in the Barrio Cuba section of San José to find 160 children aged six months to 12 years dressed in matching blue and white checked tops and navy blue bottoms.

22 August 2013

Central America: New Province Formed

Central America: New Province Formed

Bolstered by a strong show of support from their Anglican Communion family, lay and clergy deputies from five countries assembled April 17-19 in San Jose, Costa Rica, officially created a new province

11 May 1998

 

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