Coming in from the cold: A new future for Anglicans in Cuba

Posted on: March 7, 2019 Pensylvania pilgrims standing by the clergy vesting sacristry which is all that remains of San Felipe Diacono in Limonar (see below for full photo) The Iglesia Episcopal de Cuba is a full member of the Anglican Communion but not part of a formally recognised province. It is one of six … Continue reading “Coming in from the cold: A new future for Anglicans in Cuba”

‘For the church in Cuba, it’s a happy day’: Hiltz

By Tali Folkins July 19, 2018 Supporters of the Episcopal Church in Cuba follow proceedings of a legislative committee dealing with a resolution on the Cuban church at The Episcopal Church’s General Convention in Austin, Texas July 9. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service   A resolution to admit the Episcopal Church of Cuba into The … Continue reading “‘For the church in Cuba, it’s a happy day’: Hiltz”

Bishops vote unanimously to admit Cuba as a diocese

By Lynette Wilson Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and Bishop Mary Gray-Reeves of the Diocese of El Camino Real congratulate Bishop Griselda Delgado del Carpio of Cuba, center, after the House of Bishops’ unanimous vote July 10 to welcome Cuba back into the Episcopal Church. Photo: David Paulsen/Episcopal News Service [Episcopal News Service – Austin, Texas] … Continue reading “Bishops vote unanimously to admit Cuba as a diocese”