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Three more indigenous bishops consecrated in the province of South America

The Gran Chaco of South America which is part of Argentina, Bolivia & Paraguay.

The Diocese of Northern Argentina (Diócesis de Argentina Norte) in the Anglican Church of South America (Iglesia Anglicana de Sudamérica) has gained three indigenous bishops. The Revds Cristiano Rojas, Mateo Alto and Urbano Duarte were ordained & consecrated in the town of El Portillo Argentina. El Portillo is in the Gran Chaco region of Argentina which is also in Bolivia & Paraguay. They will serve as bishops suffragan, assisting […]

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