Diocese of Honduras

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February 9, 2014

The fire started in the reception area, damaging computers and other office equipment.

[Episcopal News Service] Editor’s note: This story was updated on Feb. 11.

A fire broke out over night Feb. 10 at the Episcopal Diocese of Honduras Diocesan Center in...

May 15, 2013

[Episcopal Diocese of Honduras — Press Release] On May 4, 2013, during the 35th annual convention of The Diocese of Honduras at St. Mary’s Cathedral, The Rt. Rev. Lloyd E. Allen installed The Rev. Lura M. Kaval, a missionary of the Episcopal Church, as the Canon of Development.

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February 28, 2013

By: Lifelong Formation

By now you should be moving deeper into your Lenten discipline be it daily devotions or meditation, fasting or perhaps “doing things left undone”

I encourage anyone who works with children to check out Episcopal Public Policy Network’s Lenten Series, which is delivered by email....

December 6, 2012

[Episcopal Diocese of Honduras] Each year the Diocese of Honduras is blessed with visitors from around the world. They come to Honduras to work side-by-side, in partnership with us, to do God’s mission in the world.  Therefore, I want to address some of the negative publicity in the...

March 24, 2011

Tucked high in the mountains of Honduras, an hour's drive south of San Pedro Sula, a Florida couple is working with the Episcopal Diocese of Honduras to develop a self-supporting ministry aimed at helping the Central American country's vulnerable children.

Mike and Kim Miller,...

March 7, 2011

"Seeing humanity in a different culture helped me grow," said Iva Perkins, a young African American woman, while sitting on the floor of the international airport in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, waiting for her flight home.

Perkins was one of 31 team members from the Diocese of Mississippi...

March 3, 2011

In a sewing factory in San Pedro Sula men and women infected with HIV/AIDS sew T-shirts, tote bags, school uniforms and other items for both in-country and export sale. In exchange for labor the workers receive a fair wage -- $250 a month (the Honduran minimum wage), medical care at a clinic...

February 28, 2011

Ministerios Nuestras Pequeñas Rosas began 25 years ago in a three-bedroom rental house in this gritty, factory town four hours from the capital, Tegucigalpa, because its founder, Diana Frade, recognized the need to educate and empower at-risk girls.

"I visited a boys' home in Tegucigalpa...

June 30, 2009

Episcopal mission groups visiting Honduras from Maryland and Wyoming have assured their dioceses of their safety after reports of clashes between police and protestors in the capital city Tegucigalpa following the military ouster of President Manuel Zelaya. A group of 13 youth missioners and...

May 27, 2008

During his May 23 visit to the Episcopal Church Center in New York City, Bishop Lloyd Allen of the Diocese of Honduras described a flourishing diocese that is teaching its congregants to be "independent."

"Since we established that we would do evangelism head-over-heels, it's a new dawn...

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