Category Archives: Latin America

Being Church in Sao Paulo

With the Anglican Alliance’s regional consultation in Sao Paulo drawing to a close, it is time to reflect on a question I posed at the start of my visit here, namely what does it mean to be Church in such a … Continue reading

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A Weekend in Sao Paulo

The sheer size of Sao Paulo is breathtaking. With a population of 20 million and rising Sao Paulo is the fifth largest city in the world. Its urban sprawl consumes some 30,000 square kilometres. Catching a taxi from the airport … Continue reading

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The Anglican Alliance, Brazil and Climate Change

I’m flying to Sao Paulo, Brazil, later today for a week-long regional consultation on climate change organised by the Anglican Alliance for Relief, Development and Advocacy. Having helped to set up the Alliance I’m looking forward to seeing the Alliance in … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: Remembering Oscar Romero

Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez, the fourth Roman Catholic Archbishop of San Salavador was assassinated 21 years ago on 24 March 1980. He was shot while celebrating Mass at a small chapel located in a hospital called “La Divina Providencia”. … Continue reading

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