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Cuba Revisited

St Luke’s Episcopal Church in Darien CT, along with many other parishes and individual Episcopalians across the U.S., are taking action, believing that the bond between the Episcopal Church in both countries must be maintained no matter what happens politically— in either country.

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A visit to Cuba

In this essay, Roger Martin, relates his experience of the Iglesia Episcopal de Cuba from a week long tour with bishop Griselda Delgado Del Carpio

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New possibilities for the Episcopal Church in Cuba

President Barack Obama’s  announcement that the United States will re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba opens new possibilities for the Episcopal Church of Cuba (ECC).

The Anglican Journal:

U.S. Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori lauded the decision on the part of both countries to release political prisoners who have been held in captivity for years. “The return of Alan Gross and the remaining three of the Cuban Five to their homes will bring great rejoicing to their families and their nations,” she said in a […]

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