IGLESIA ANGLICANA LATINO-AMERICANA - IGLESIA ANTIGUA ANGLO CATOLICA

Nosotros hemos empezado dialogos de Unidad para construir una sola familia de FE. 

 

One Jesus and One Church GOSPEL Radio

 

THE OLD ANGLO CATHOLIC CHURCH - THE LATIN-AMERICAN ANGLICAN CHURCH

We started dialogues of Unity to build a single family of FAITH

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Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence - Patriarcado de San Lorenzo

 

We are members of the "One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ"

 

Nosotros somos miembros de la "Una, Santa, Catolica y Apostolica Iglesia de Jesucristo"

 

This Christian Catholic religious organization was born in the year of Our Lord Jesus Christ King of the Universe 1985.

 

Esta organización religiosa Católica Cristiana, nació en el año de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo Rey del Universo 1985.

Saint Lawrence Anglican IAL Patron San Lorenzo Patron Universal Iglesia IAL. Esta organización religiosa Católica Cristiana, nació en el año de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo Rey del Universo 1985. Saint Lawrence Anglican IAL Patron.

 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence:

 

 In the year of Our Lord Jesus Christ and inspired by the Holy Spirit was born the Patriarchate of Saint Lawrence with the help of God and on the initiative of lay committed to unite our Church under the designs of the Creator in a single family of FAITH.

 

"We are members of the "One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ"

 

Patriarcado de San Lorenzo:

 

En el año de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo e inspirado por el Espíritu Santo nació el Patriarcado de San Lorenzo con la ayuda de Dios y por iniciativa de Laicos comprometidos,  para unir a nuestra Iglesia bajo los designios del Creador en una sola familia de FE.

 

"Nosotros somos miembros de la "Una, Santa, Católica y Apostólica Iglesia de Jesucristo"

 

ESENCIAL DE NUESTRA FE: AMOR, COMPASION y SERVICIO

IGLESIA ANTIGUA ANGLO CATOLICA 

 

El fundador del cristianismo como doctrina y praxis de amor, compasión y servicio, es y fue Jesús de Nazaret. Su entrega a la humanidad como Hijo de Dios, lo hizo con humildad y sencillez, aplicando justicia desde su corazón, a todos los hombres sin distinción. El dejo su enseñanza evangelica a todas las naciones, para que todas y todos aprendieramos a usar nuestra inteligencia, viviendo en paz, concordia, igualdad, aplicando caridad y dando pautas para dar misericordia con rectitud y honorabilidad. Su existencia y logro de vida, la expresó en su máxima y eterna sentencia como norma de existencia, y que hoy queremos materializar:

 

Un mandamiento nuevo les doy: Que se amen unos a otros. Así como yo los he amado, ámense también ustedes unos a otros”. Juan 13-34.

 

Jesucristo nació en un establo en la pequeña Aldea de Belén, sobre sobrantes de pajas y hojas secas, un lugar utilizado para domesticar burros, aves de corral, cabras, ovejas, mulas, cerdos y vacas. Jesús el Hijo de Dios, llegó al mundo proveniente del Cielo del Todopoderoso, dentro del vientre de una humilde mujer llamada María (profesión ama de casa y oficios domésticos), y de un sencillo obrero llamado José (profesión artista carpintero). La Virgen María aceptó en obediencia el llamado de Dios Padre, como escogida para traer la "Buena Nueva", y cuando el ángel del Omnipotente la visito, ella simplemente dijo: "Aqui estoy y Soy la Esclava de Mi Señor".

 

Al llegar a la edad de 30 años empezó su trabajo pastoral de evangelización al

saber que ya era el tiempo de la siembra del Padre Dios. Su misión incomodó a quienes se habían robado las oportunidades y a quienes habian usurpado los privilegios (estos tenían al pueblo en pobreza, hambre y miseria). Tres imperios terroristas lo secuestraron y asesinaron sobre una apestosa e inquisidora cruz de madera: El imperio Romano; Imperio Hebreo; e Imperio Religioso. Tres imperios diferentes y un sólo régimen. Antes de morir prometió el envío de su Vicario y representante en la tierra creada como Consolador y abogado. Esta promesa se cumplio al llegar sobre los Apóstoles y escogidos(as), el Espiritu de la Verdad (Espíritu Santo). 

 

Sus últimas instrucciones a los escogidos de todos los tiempos incluyendo a sus 12 Santos Apóstoles, están contempladas en el Santo Evangelio según San Mateo Capitulo 28: versículos del 18 al 20 (nosotros lo conocemos como -La Gran Comisión-): 

 

"18. Jesús se acercó a ellos y les habló así: «Me ha sido dado todo poder en el cielo y en la tierra. 19. Vayan, pues, y hagan que todos los pueblos sean mis discípulos. Bautícenlos en el Nombre del Padre y del Hijo y del Espíritu Santo, 20. Y enséñenles a cumplir todo lo que yo les he encomendado a ustedes. Yo estoy con ustedes todos los días hasta el fin de la historia" 

The Latin-American Anglican Church - The Old Anglo Catholic Church 

 

Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana Iglesia Antigua Anglo Católica

 

HOLY ORDERS: 

THE VARIOUS MINISTRIES THAT ARE AVAILABLE ARE LISTED BELOW

 

Lay Minister: The Lay Minister is licensed by the Bishop and may be given temporary charge of a parish. They may conduct services and if so licensed by the Bishop may read the gospel in public worship and give homilies of their own composition to a congregation. This is normally the first step for a man wishing to become a Priest (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Sub Deacon: Sub Deacon is an ordained position with the same duties and responsibilities as a Lay Minister. This ordination is normally given to a student in Seminary(It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Deaconess: A Deaconess is a woman who has been set apart for service in the church. She is ordained and her duties are the same as a Deacon(It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Deacon: This is normally the second step to becoming a priest. A man wishing to become a deacon must be ordained in person and may be placed in charge of a parish. In addition to the duties of a lay minister and sub deacon, he may read the Gospel, give homilies, Solemnize Marriage, conduct Funeral Services and Baptize (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Priest: The priest in the Latin-American Anglican Church (TheOld Anglo Catholic Church) and The Conservative Anglican Church of North America is a man who is normally placed in charge of a parish. He must be ordained in person. He may conduct all services except those reserved to the bishop (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Bishop: May be placed in charge of a diocese and is vested with all the sacraments of the church. In order to be consecrated a bishop a man must be a priest to be considered for this role in the church (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Archbishop: An Archbishop is a Bishop who has oversight of more than one Bishop.

Presiding Bishop: The Presiding Bishop is a Bishop who has been elected by the College of Bishops, and has oversight of the church. He is always considered an Archbishop (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

IAL Patriarchy Representative Instrument: Being a representative of the Latin-American Anglican Church (IAL) is a responsibility of high office that is given to a cleric (or parishioner) to represent the Church in all matters concerning business and diplomatic representations (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic) to the government of the nation where he is citizen to the representative or the city where there resides or where an evangelical mission of the Church is done.

 

IAL Patriarchy Apostolic Delegate Instrument: It is the appointment that is given to a cleric with functions bishop or archbishop to assume authority with responsibility and can work for the Church, as the Archbishop of the religious organization or Supreme Patriarch Spiritual (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic), running legal actions, ecclesiastical and religious they are supported and approved by the College of Bishop of the Latin-American Anglican Church (IAL) and the Universal Church.

 

IAL Patriarchy Apostolic Incardination Instrument: It is the appointment given to a cleric as a member incardinated to our jurisdiction and as a clerical authority of our Church with specific functions as Seminary, Deacon, Deaconess, Presbyter, Bishop, Archbishop (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic), or Layperson committed to a specific voluntary civil work or remunerated according to a contract agreed upon in both parts or of a transitory nature for a specific task in one of the countries of the planet earth.

 

Entering the ministry is a serious step and must not be taken lightly. Men and women who have decided to enter full or part-time ministry must be of good moral character and bear the fruit of the spirit. You begin the process by sending your resume and contact information to IAL: primate@theanglican.net or ial@theanglican.net A bishops will discuss your ministry goals, education and spiritual development with you, to determine the program you must complete.

 

GOSPEL, LOVE, SERVICES, CHARITY AND PASTORAL LABOUR UNDER OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

 

The Latin-American Anglican Church

SAN JUAN CAPITULO 14:

14:1 No se turbe vuestro corazón; creéis en Dios, creed también en mí. 14:2 En la casa de mi Padre muchas moradas hay; si así no fuera, yo os lo hubiera dicho; voy, pues, a preparar lugar para vosotros. 14:3 Y si me fuere y os preparare lugar, vendré otra vez, y os tomaré a mí mismo, para que donde yo estoy, vosotros también estéis. 14:4 Y sabéis a dónde voy, y sabéis el camino. 

14:5 Le dijo Tomás: Señor, no sabemos a dónde vas; ¿cómo, pues, podemos saber el camino? 14:6 Jesús le dijo: Yo soy el camino, y la verdad, y la vida; nadie viene al Padre, sino por mí. 14:7 Si me conocieseis, también a mi Padre conoceríais; y desde ahora le conocéis, y le habéis visto. 

14:8 Felipe le dijo: Señor, muéstranos el Padre, y nos basta. 14:9 Jesús le dijo: ¿Tanto tiempo hace que estoy con vosotros, y no me has conocido, Felipe? El que me ha visto a mí, ha visto al Padre; ¿cómo, pues, dices tú: Muéstranos el Padre? 14:10 ¿No crees que yo soy en el Padre, y el Padre en mí? Las palabras que yo os hablo, no las hablo por mi propia cuenta, sino que el Padre que mora en mí, él hace las obras. 

14:11 Creedme que yo soy en el Padre, y el Padre en mí; de otra manera, creedme por las mismas obras. 14:12 De cierto, de cierto os digo: El que en mí cree, las obras que yo hago, él las hará también; y aun mayores hará, porque yo voy al Padre. 14:13 Y todo lo que pidiereis al Padre en mi nombre, lo haré, para que el Padre sea glorificado en el Hijo. 

14:14 Si algo pidiereis en mi nombre, yo lo haré.

INTRODUCCION AL CONOCIMIENTO DE IAL 

 

IGLESIA CRISTIANA ANGLO LATINA

Welcome - Bienvenidos.

Usted está en la página oficial de IAL: Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana - Iglesia Antigua Anglo Católica - Iglesia Cristiana Latino-Americana. Nuestra organización religiosa está dirigida por el Arzobispo Leonardo Marín-Saavedra (ciudadano del mundo hispano canadiense). La primacía de esta Iglesia puede pasar a manos de uno de los obispos congregados dentro de la organización religiosa cristiana, una vez Dios así lo autorice y el Espíritu Santo lo inspire. La primacía de esta Iglesia no es eterna ni vitalicia es transitoria (todos estamos de paso). En esta página usted encontrará hechos acerca de la Iglesia con los hechos de misión en el mundo. Hay información sobre cómo crear un grupo religioso de iglesia y cómo conocer nuestras órdenes sagradas. Por favor no dude en contactar con nosotros con preguntas y/o sugerencias que pueda usted tener. Que Dios bendiga su vida.

Nosotros somos Iglesia -"Santa, Católica, Apostólica, Anglicana, Cristiana" porque históricamente provenimos de la Iglesia Indivisa: Con la Sucesión Apostólica Válida heredada de nuestro llamado a amar y servir y del inicio y trabajo pastoral desde sus santos apóstoles. Nuestra FE esta en Jesucristo con la misión que empezó bajo el liderazgo del Movimiento de Oxford (Oxford Movement), de la Orden "The Order of Corporate Reunion" y "The No-Juring Bishops of England". Somos una continuación de la Temprana y Antigua Iglesia fundada por Jesucristo cuando aún no se había apoderado de ella los imperios religiosos ni los regímenes espirituales. Somos la Iglesia de Dios igual a otros grupos históricos de denominaciones de iglesias cristianas.

Nosotros no tenemos la Verdad, la Verdad es Jesucristo. Nuestros clérigos son ordenados válidamente diáconos, sacerdotes y consagrados obispos dentro del orden y disciplina de una Sucesión Apostólica Válida, Cánones (Administración), Normas, Estatutos, Pastoral y Guía para Guardianes, Propia LiturgiaNuestros clérigos deben ser reconocidos como tales y como verdaderos sacerdotes entre los hombres de FE cristiana. Somos anglicanos cristianos y católicos completamente y totalmente Apostólicos por fe y creencia. Oramos cada instante y esperamos que el momento de unidad se dé una vez más como Jesús oró en Juan 17: 21.

Nuestra Iglesia acepta la opción por el  santo matrimonio o celibato de nuestros clérigos antes o después del ministerio ordenado. Los clérigos varones  (Diáconos, Presbíteros u Obispos), pueden casarse una sola vez con una única mujer (si la esposa del clérigo muere pueden casarse de nuevo con otra mujer). Las monjas pueden ser célibes o casadas una vez con un varón (Si el esposo de la monja casada muere puede volver a casarse con otro varón). La Iglesia recomienda a todos los grupos cristianos y a nuestros clérigos, escoger siempre a un obispo célibe (soltero), para ejercer el cargo de Obispo Primado o Arzobispo Primado, en esta denominación cristiana y en las otras existentes. Si cualquier obispo tiene 4 o más de 5 obispos bajo su cuidado y jurisdicción, ese obispo será elevado a la dignidad de Arzobispo y ejercerá como tal su cargo por el mundo creado o en su jurisdicción geográfica.

 

Los clérigos célibes deben demostrar equilibrio sexual, directamente con Dios en forma individual, tener limpia su conciencia, organizar con rectitud y pulcritud su sexualidad y con libertad llevar una vida sana consagrada a Dios , a la Iglesia y saber que puede amar a una pareja cuando Dios se la envié públicamente (no dentro del armario), evitando escándalos con su propia conciencia, nunca tener miedo o temor de su propia preferencia sexual cuando mantiene equilibrio entre mente y cuerpo sin caer en promiscuidad o masturbación. La Iglesia no acepta clérigos pedófilos (preferencia sexual por menores o menoras de edad), pederastas (abusar sexualmente de menores o menoras de edad aprovechando su autoridad), violadores, incestuosos (preferencia de sexo con personas consanguíneas), zoófilos (zoófilo del ramo zoofilia o gustar o mantener relaciones sexuales con animales), necrófilos (que les gusta hacer sexo con cuerpos humanos muertos –cadáveres-), necrófilos (es una parafilia caracterizada por atracción sexual hacia cadáveres tanto sean cuerpos de humanos o animales irracionales).

 

Nota: existe un matiz importante, que muchas veces marca la línea entre lo que es delito y lo que no. La mayoría de los pederastas son pedófilos, pero un pedófilo no siempre es también un pederasta. El pedófilo (o paidófilo), se siente atraído erótica o sexualmente por niños (y/o niñas), e incluso puede mantener relaciones con ellos, con o sin abuso. Cuando abusa es cuando se le llama pederasta. Aparte de la pedofilia existen la hebefilia y la efebofilia. La primera implica deseo preferente por menores en los primeros años de su adolescencia (generalmente entre 11 y 14 años, aunque varía según sexo y razas), y la segunda, por personas en plena adolescencia (15 a 19 años). Inmundos y depravados personajes de esta calaña salieron del imperio romano tales como Nerón, Tiberio y Calígula y otros miles que aun su esperma y/u óvulo hacen daño regando el mundo. La ciencia cree que los genes sexuales de estos depravados se regaron por el planeta tierra a través de las legiones militares romanas, griegas y/o persas.

 

La mayoría de los jefes militares del imperio romano eran consanguíneos de estos malandros y llevaron doble vida. De día usaban botas militares y uniformes verde olivo para matar humanos y de noche se las quitaban y las reemplazaban por zapatillas para sus preferencias y apetitos. Nuestra Iglesia cree que el ser homosexual no es un delito ni pecado y que no ofende a Dios. Si la relación sexual de dos personas homosexuales (ambos(as), mayores de edad o de la misma edad, se da en forma voluntaria o por atracción de las dos personas también mayores de edad (de la misma edad, 2 ó 5 años menor la una de la otra o el uno del otro), no debe ser piedra de escándalo, persecución, discriminación o rechazo. La ley civil como los representantes de las iglesias, los debemos tratar como personas normales.

 

Tanto a homosexuales como a heterosexuales, se les debe aplicar respeto, tolerancia,

amor y servicio. Así como “el sol de Dios sale para buenos  y malos”, la Iglesia entregara sacramentos espirituales a heterosexuales y/u homosexuales. La Iglesia sólo acepta el sacramento del santo matrimonio como acto de fe en el altar o dentro del templo entre una mujer y un varón. La ley civil es libre de casar parejas del mismo sexo fuera o dentro de los salones donde imparten justicia. La Iglesia amara y servirá a todos por igual (deberes y derechos deben ser iguales para todos sin excepción y lo “cortés no quita lo valiente”). La Iglesia acepta la ley civil de acuerdo a la Constitución de cada país y solo apoyara la legalidad de acuerdo a la Constitución legal de cada nación pero somos libres de plasmar aquellas leyes o normas civiles que contradigan nuestra propia conciencia y que aventaje a quienes siguen robando privilegios.  

 

Nosotros surgimos como organización religiosa cristiana con nuestra FE y creencia, en la ciudad de Bogotá (Colombia), en 1970/1975, con el legado y liderazgo misionero de la Iglesia Anglicana Continuante Ortodoxa del Reino Unido, Escocia y países del Mar Caribe, recibiendo instrucciones y orientación desde el Consejo Británico de Colombia (Gobierno de Inglaterra), dirigido en la época, por Doña Bárbara de Calderón, con la dirección espiritual de clérigos del Movimiento de Oxford (Oxford Movement), asistencia pedagógica eclesiástica de los epíscopos liberadores como Cristo del grupo cristiano "The Order of Corporate Reunion", y las enseñanzas de obispos del grupo anglicano independiente de imperios y estados religiosos "The Non-Juring Bishops of England"

 

Nuestra organización religiosa humana (social), Anglo-Católica, se estableció en la ciudad de Bogotá y Mosquera, Cundinamarca, República de Colombia (Continente de América), a partir del 17 de diciembre -Año de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo- 1985. Nosotros hemos vivido entregados al ministerio misionero y sacerdotal por FE. Dios nos ha bendecido fortaleciendo cada una de nuestras creencias y convicciones bajo el testimonio de Jesucristo. Nosotros hemos seguido a Cristo independientemente de otros grupos con nuestra FE, creencia y hechos de amor y servicio. Debemos agradecer a cada grupo espiritual humano cristiano que nos antecedió en este caminar hacia Dios. De uno de esos apóstoles del amor, aprendimos a tener cuidado con los "lobos que se disfrazan de ovejas" sin ofenderlos y nunca odiarlos. Son muchos los clérigos de distintas denominaciones cristianas que nos enseñaron a plasmar el amor y a entender e interpretar en libertad el santo evangelio de Jesucristo sin fanatismo para el servicio y la búsqueda de la plena felicidad y bienestar de todos los hombres (varones y mujeres), sin excepción ni persecución.  

En 1990 nuestro grupo de fe conoció el trabajo pastoral de la Iglesia Anglicana en América (The Anglican Church in America), y nos unimos a ellos voluntariamente. Estaba liderado en Colombia por el Reverendo Guillermo Antonio Pacheco-Bornacelli. Desde Estados Unidos (en ese entonces 1995), por el Arzobispo Louis W. Falk. Esta Iglesia (ACA), delegó desde Estados Unidos al Obispo de Puerto Rico Juan Bautista García-Germain (en tres ocasiones), al obispo de Guatemala (dos veces), Rubén Rodríguez, como obispos visitantes para apoyar las misiones anglicanas tradicionalistas en Colombia, que eran atropelladas, maltratadas y perseguidas injustamente por representantes de la Iglesia Católica Romana Colombiana y por miembros comulgantes de la Iglesia Episcopal Colombiana bajo la jurisdicción de la Iglesia Protestante Episcopal de Estados Unidos (ECUSA). Nosotros fuimos el primer grupo Anglo-Católico de Colombia junto a clérigos de la Iglesia Católica Antigua Colombiana, en protestar y demandar ante las autoridades civiles colombianas al entonces Cardenal Romano (representante del vaticano), Pedro Rubiano-Sáenz (por inquisidor, difamador, racista, perseguidor y discriminador).

 

Las autoridades civiles colombianas de la ciudad de Bogotá se hicieron "los de las gafas gordas" -pero logramos expulsar de puestos gubernamentales- a sus cómplices y súbditos por no acatar las leyes de la otrora Constitución de la Republica de Colombia. En 1998 en la ciudad de Victoria, British Columbia, Canadá, ACA consagró en la ciudad de Victoria, Canadá, al Primer Obispo para Colombia (Sur América). Se trató del Reverendísimo (Ciudadano Ingles - Monje Célibe), Martin Trevor Rhodes. Él logro aterrizar en Colombia y tomó posesión de su cargo como Obispo Diocesano de la Iglesia Anglicana Tradicionalista de Colombia. A los tres meses de estar en el país (Ciudad Barranquilla - Atlántico-), fuerzas oscuras lo amenazaron de muerte y asesinato. Él tuvo que abandonar el país inmediatamente. Aunque se dijo en primera instancia que fueron miembros de  la guerrilla colombiana (grupo armado colombiano por fuera de la Constitución), nuestro grupo en Bogotá, nunca creyó esa acomodada versión y aceptamos para la época el -Mandato de Cristo-:

"Los enemigos del hombre están en la misma Casa", y buscan robo de privilegios y apoderamiento de las oportunidades para ellos y sus familias sanguíneas.

 

El Santo Obispo Martin Trevor Rhodes (por amenazas contra su vida y humanidad), fue trasladado por ACA, para la ciudad de Pretoria (South África), como misionero. Allí murió el 10 - Junio, 2007, por las condiciones del clima (alimentación y agua malsana), de una enfermedad que la ciencia médica no pudo contrarrestar y no alcanzó a regresar a Inglaterra (su país natal), aunque el obispo ya pasaba los 70 años de edad. Sabemos que su alma está en el cielo. Esta Iglesia elevara en su momento a los altares sagrados como el Primer Santo Extranjero Latino-Americano Anglicano, en pisar suelo contradictorio al parecer cristiano en construcción. Nuestra Iglesia apoyó desde la ciudad de Los Ángeles, California, Estados Unidos (2002 - 2004), al grupo cristiano HCC-AR, y nos unimos con sus obispos en fraternidad -Santa Iglesia Católica Rito Anglicano- (The Holy Catholic Church Anglican Rite). De esta Iglesia nosotros recibimos la "Sucesión Apostólica" en la persona del Arzobispo Arthur David Seeland quien participó de la Consagración Episcopal del Arzobispo Leonardo Marín-Saavedra y de quien recibió la continuidad de la misión anglicana continuante.

 

Nosotros simplemente somos católicos sin pertenecer a la Jurisdicción de la Iglesia Católica Romana. Nosotros solamente somos anglicanos sin obedecer a la Jurisdicción de la Comunión Anglicana. Nosotros nos consideramos cristianos evangélicos sin fanatismo y jamás fundamentalismos violento. Debemos ser constructores de paz y bienestar para todos y todas incluyendo a ateos, agnósticos y diferentes. No somos miembros a la Iglesia de Inglaterra. Nosotros no tenemos hermandad con la Jurisdicción de la Iglesia Episcopal de Estados Unidos. Nosotros no somos miembros de la Iglesia Anglicana de Canadá o Escocia. En el momento preciso Dios unirá -a todos los grupos cristianos de amor y servicio-, en un solo rebaño dentro de la universal ciudad del amor en Cristo. Nosotros no estamos en esta misión para perseguir, gobernar, criticar, discriminar o juzgar sino para amar y servir. Somos hombres de paz pero hacedores de justicia.

 

El verdadero gobernante y juez es Dios. El diezmo impuesto y obligatorio es un crimen. El hambre es un crimen. Robar privilegios es un crimen. Usurpar oportunidades es un crimen. El cobro del diezmo como norma de pertenencia a un grupo cristiano es robo y ofende a Dios. Ningún cristiano está obligado a pagar el diezmo y debe denunciar ante las autoridades civiles a quienes se aprovechan de la fe de los pueblos para estafar el bolsillo de quien trabaja. Si su iglesia o grupo cristiano cobra el diezmo OBLIGADO, denúncielo a las autoridades CIVILES a través de las redes sociales de comunicación, haga campañas de concientización a favor del no pago del DIEZMO y de la libertad de fe y creencia aun de no creer si usted es ateo. Escoja aquellos medios informativos alternativos que siempre optan por los pobres para que denuncien al ladrón de recursos y no se dejen engañar. Que nadie tenga miedo a la oscuridad porque Cristo es luz. Su Espada estará con nosotros (rectos y probos), hasta el fin de los tiempos así nos maten el cuerpo.

Nosotros no aceptamos exigencias discriminatorias o persecuciones dictatoriales de imperios religiosos babilónicos o regímenes espirituales paganos. Debemos aceptar la cruz de Cristo en nuestras vidas, felices progresando en conciencia y con la espada de Dios para nuestra propia defensa. Jesús de Nazaret con su santa Palabra (Santa Biblia), no habla de cardenales, nuncios apostólicos o sedes santas diplomáticas o religiosas. El no tuvo "donde recostar su cabeza". Jesucristo es contrario a Estados políticos Religiosos y el amor de Jesucristo, está lejos de imperios religiosos.

Si Jesús de Nazaret regresara a la tierra en cuerpo y espíritu, los falsos sacerdotes con sus aliados imperios lo volverían a matar, lo tildarían de Terrorista para poderlo juzgar con la mentira de la ley humana y con sus ejércitos lo secuestrarían hasta volver a matar su cuerpo. Nosotros esperamos pacientemente para que la unidad cristiana se realice sin uniformidad y de la cual gozó la Iglesia primitiva en el tiempo apostólico. Vendrá un tiempo mejor de unión entre todos los creyentes en Él que es el verdadero Dios. Nuestra Iglesia y cada misión práctica con sinceridad amor y servicio incondicional hacia todos tal como fue practicado por nuestro Señor Jesucristo. Nosotros queremos construir con la ayuda de Dios la "Ciudad del Amor", donde no haya injusticia social y no más desequilibrio para el ser humano. 

Por favor venga a visitar nuestra iglesia y conozca la experiencia de la Santa Misa con el Libro de Oración Común 1928 (Idioma Inglés y español), con un rico cristianismo de fe, una dedicación a seguir a Jesucristo en todas las cosas, un amor a la Eucaristía como el punto central de nuestra vida cristiana, un compromiso de servir a los pobres como opción por marginados y para desintegrar las injusticias del hombre ambicioso. La espiritualidad única que llamamos -católico(a)- y/o -anglicano(a)- no es exclusiva de un grupo en particular porque no es una marca de fábrica o un producto comercial sino una expresión histórica de fe. Cualquier individuo o grupo de la especie humana puede usar las palabras que describen la fe como convicción en libertad y sin obedecer a imperios religiosos de muerte. La FE es intangible. Las palabras de índole religioso o de creencia que connotan la religiosidad popular no tienen propiedad intelectual y no se pueden registrar como cosa comercial porque continúa el negocio de los comerciantes de la FE y de las mismas creencias.

Nosotros no queremos construir un imperio religioso. Nosotros no deseamos poner en práctica un régimen espiritual. Jesucristo escogió a doce varones humildes, sencillos y santos de fe, hombres simples y comunes, con el fin de levantar la espiritualidad en el ser humano, el amor hacia todo ser viviente, enseño a defender la vida, en animales, plantas, el cuidado de la tierra misma y cada universo creado. El Hijo de Dios dio su vida para destruir injusticias, dijo a los ricos y poderosos que están actuando en forma equivocada porque tienen la culpa de la falta de equilibrio social y de cada injusticia dentro de la sociedad humana. Los ricos y "poderosos" de ese momento cruel y los de ahora, arengaron a la incauta mayoría de la época, junto a la complicidad de gobernantes, políticos, falsos líderes religiosos contrarios a las enseñanzas del Maestro, lo mataron con tortura y crucifixión.

Ellos no lo dejaron vivir. Esos y esas siguen asesinando a verdaderos santos para que gobiernen los necios. Esos desde entonces se han apoderado de privilegios y asesinaron a todos los seguidores de Jesús de Nazaret. Sólo quedo la historia grabada en la mente de algunas mujeres y varones rectos que lograron captar la verdad. Los hagiógrafos de los santos evangelios de Jesucristo tuvieron que esconderse en cuevas y cavernas para no ser asesinados o huyeron anónimamente montañas y playas que aún no estaban infectadas ni contaminadas de perversos malandros y humanos psicópatas.

Nuestra organización religiosa no solicita donaciones, regalos o privilegios. Nuestra Iglesia considera que se estafa al cobrar el diezmo a los creyentes. El diezmo es una forma de sometimiento a la libertad como a la personalidad individual. La solicitud del diezmo es un fraude y nadie lo debe pagar. El diezmo lo usan los hombres de negocios para comprar sus castillos, aviones, helicópteros, a sus amantes varones y/o mujeres. Mientras ellos viven como o igual a los falsos reyes que conocemos en la tierra, los creyentes mueren de hambre dentro de sus templos cuando están en santa misa o en el culto matutino. La vanidad y ambición humana lleva a la muerte espiritual. Algunos cobran el diezmo el sábado porque hacen apología al sábado pero también lo cobran el domingo y dicen que los dos días son del dios que ellos han acomodado a sus apestosas ambiciones. 

El Gran (Satanás), es el Padre de la Barbarie. Satanás es el autor del terrorismo y la misma descomposición social. Satanás es el Príncipe y Señor de la Guerra. El único verdadero Vicario de Jesucristo en la tierra es el Espíritu Santo. Dios no tiene ningún representante en la tierra. Sólo la Santa Biblia y sus ángeles son mensajeros de su Santa Palabra. Todos los seres humanos son iguales y fueron creados a partir del mismo ser. Cada hombre y cada mujer son diferentes y distintos por su talento. Todos los sacerdotes, pastores, diáconos, obispos y líderes religiosos son sólo hombres de fe y hombres creyentes en Dios. Es una mentira creer que un terrícola humano mortal es superior a otro mortal humano terrícola. El aire, agua, tierra y fuego fueron creados por Dios y estos mismos destruirán a los falsos reyes y monarcas con sus bienes y propiedades.

Cuando una persona se considera más importante que otro terrícola humano mortal es porque su coeficiente intelectual es inferior y vive en la caverna. Si alguno cree que es más poderoso e invencible a otro de la misma especie y raza o de otra raza, el Dios Todopoderoso lo destruirá con su farsa. "No quedara piedra sobre piedra". Estamos convencidos de que Dios creó macho y hembra (mujer y varón), para la multiplicación de cada raza y especie. Aun así la preferencia sexual y la diversidad no deben ser objeto de persecución o discriminación. La comunicación con Dios es individual y la conciencia es única en cada ser humano e irrepetible ante Dios. Dios nos creo iguales de la misma materia creada del cosmos pero diferentes en talento y distintos en habilidades. Si Dios nos hubiera hecho en forma colectiva iguales como en fábrica, entonces la esclavitud seria un paraíso y la pobreza dignidad (esclavitud y pobreza son las armas o herramientas de los imperios políticos para mantener a los hijos e hijas de Dios en la oscuridad y atraso). Dios es el Padre del Amor y de la misma libertad. Los grupos de fe sólo son grupos de fe y no gobernantes. “Mi Reino no es de este Mundo”.

El amor debe ser incondicional de parte de quienes viven el Evangelio de Cristo para todos los varones y todas las mujeres del planeta tierra conoció y aun de esos que aun no conocemos. No debe existir Heterofobia y/u Homofobias. Nuestra iglesia no casa ni casara parejas humanas entre seres del mismo sexo pero son iguales de importantes los unos de los otros. Los jueces y autoridades civiles son libres de implementar cambios en la estructura familiar pero ellos mismos deben resolver los problemas espirituales y sociales cuando requiera un cambio el afectado. Ellos (las autoridades civiles), son responsables del presente y futuro de la familia ante Dios. Si algo sale mal o llega al abismo y destrucción su estrategia, la responsabilidad caerá sobre cada uno de ellos. Los gobiernos deben trabajar para dar máxima felicidad a todas las hijas e hijos de Dios sin excepción dentro del planeta tierra. La pena de muerte es abominación y es pecado ante Dios matar. Los clérigos simplemente deben dar ejemplo de equilibrio, transparencia y claridad con dignidad.

El secuestro es materializado por los hijos de Satanás y es un crimen. El tráfico de drogas, el tabaquismo, el consumo de bebidas alcohólicas y cualquier cosa que dañe el cuerpo humano y la mente humana creada, está violando la dignidad del hombre y la libertad de la persona humana y son crímenes aun así si algunos de esos se legalizan por las leyes civiles entonces la humanidad conocerá de frente a los responsables. Nosotros no apoyamos guerras. Nosotros nunca bendecimos armas. Los gobiernos de cada nación deben desintegrar las fábricas de bebidas alcohólicas y los cultivos de tabaco en el mundo. Cada gobierno debe cerrar las empresas fabricantes de armas y la fabricación de vehículos de guerra. El planeta creado no requiere de policías y tampoco de militares. Los grupos humanos armados han sembrado zozobra social y son autores de las mismas desigualdades. Los militares y policías son cómplices del robo de privilegios y estafas frente a las oportunidades. Las armas las usan los débiles para matar a los santos.

Nosotros no somos gente inmigrante. Nuestros ancestros nacieron en el Continente de América. Todos los varones y mujeres que nacieron dentro del continente de América son americanos. Son americanos y americanas quienes nacieron en algún lugar de Canadá y esos o esas que nacieron en la Patagonia (Argentina), o dentro de las Islas Malvinas, que también propiedad de Argentina. Nosotros llevamos sangre indígena y aborigen de América. Ellos son los inmigrantes. Ellos llegaron al continente Americano como invasores y ladrones. Lo único positivo que trajeron sus espadas de muerte al continente América fue el Santo Evangelio de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo aunque trajo sangre de inocentes. Nosotros hemos sufrido persecución y discriminación de varones y mujeres de raza blanca, incluso dentro de la misma denominación Anglicana Tradicionalista. Los hombres de raza blanca en Estados Unidos y Canadá, nunca prestan sus templos y jamás invitan a reuniones o ceremonias religiosas a los diferentes.

No necesitamos de detalles efímeros pero si es positivo que haya en el mundo excelsos cristianos con fraternidad y solidaridad. Desde el punto de vista histórico todos los humanos de todas las razas son inmigrantes porque fuimos nómadas en los primeros tiempos y el principio llego al planeta desde fuera de la tierra como semilla extraterrestre. Algunas razas llegaron al planeta tierra desde el espacio exterior. Las vidas que están fuera de esta tierra son extraterrestres y nosotros somos extraterrestres para las vidas que están fuera del planeta tierra.

Nuestra organización religiosa nunca discrimina o persigue a varones y/o mujeres de razas distintas. Nosotros siempre hemos invitado a participar de nuestro talento y de nuestros recursos a todos y a todas sin excepción. Sin embargo creemos que estamos en buen momento para dejar de reunirnos con hombres que sólo son empresarios de la fe y esos han introducido falsedad en la Iglesia de Jesucristo. Nosotros sólo queremos reunirnos y unirnos con varones y mujeres que nunca discriminan, para enseñar a varones y mujeres de la raza discriminativa que todos somos iguales ante Dios, que somos de la misma naturaleza creada pero cada uno o una es distinto y diferente. Cada raza es única y diferente a la otra. Cada una nació en época distinta y en diferente punto del cosmos fue creada. Cada persona integrante de la raza humana es diferente e irrepetible.

Nuestra Iglesia cree que cada país y nación dentro del planeta tierra debe ser autónomo, soberano y libre. Nadie debe arrodillarse ante ninguna nación o estatua así crea que es un imperio (esta teoría de ser imperio es un invento de muerte y estafa). Algunos hombres de raza hispana, africana o amarilla, se arrodillan ante los hombres discriminativos o estatuas, ellos traicionan todos los días la paz. A los arrogantes y soberbios también les llega la misma persecución de los hombres de negocios. Esas y esos traicioneros han estado al lado de hombres egoístas y son malos hijos e hijas de Dios. Ahora nosotros diferenciamos a los hombres que afirman ser religiosos y que aparecen dentro de las organizaciones cristianas con los verdaderos. Algunos son hombres y mujeres de fe y otros son mujeres y varones de negocios. Usan la fe de los creyentes para aparentar ser verdaderos cristianos y son sólo estafadores de la fe. Ellos y ellas son demonios que sirven a Satanás. Nosotros nos queremos integrar solamente con varones y mujeres de fe. Nosotros hoy queremos invitar a los hombres (varones y mujeres), de negocios que están como líderes de la Iglesia de Cristo, para que abandonen su arrogancia y orgullo, inclinando su rostro y vida bajo la sombra y ley del Dios verdadero, Poderoso de los Ejércitos, que es el mismo Dios y Padre de Jesús de Nazaret (Jesucristo). 

Estas son nuestras creencias básicas y convicciones de FE, en eso que creemos y respetamos para nosotros, para todos los creyentes o no creyentes en Jesucristo. Nosotros también merecemos respeto a nuestras creencias y convicciones de FE.

 

1: Aborto: Nuestra Iglesia cree que abortar es pecado ante Dios. Cada embarazo debe nacer. El gobierno de cada nación, sociedad y comunidad cristiana debe ayudar a cada mujer embarazada para que la criatura nazca con amor y servicio. Los nuevos nacimientos deben tener toda garantía constitucional para que el niño crezca sano y fuerte, en cuerpo, talento y sabiduría. La Iglesia acepta el control natal y las recomendaciones sobre natalidad de los especialistas de la ciencia médica. Nosotros recomendamos a la familia tener hijos solamente en número moderado para que todos logren vivir con dignidad y bienestar. Cada gobierno en el mundo debe nutrir a la mujer embarazada de un sueldo mensual hasta que el niño tenga tres años de edad. Ningún varón o mujer en el mundo debe arrodillarse ante otro humano. Al único ser al que nos arrodillamos es a Dios. Toda bendición viene de Dios y se debe pedir sin arrodillarse ante otro mortal humano. Esta costumbre de arrodillarse frente a otro humano fue tomada de los imperios paganos y es pecado. Los santos y escogidos nunca se arrodillan ante otro humano y jamás solicitan a otro humano que se arrodille ante él. Dios Primero. Dios Después y Siempre Dios.

 

2. Homosexualidad y Heterosexualidad: Entre los días 28, 29 y 30 de Junio, Año de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo 2016, los líderes de la iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana (Iglesia Antigua Anglo Católica), se reunieron en la ciudad de Toronto, Ontario Canadá, para debatir la naturaleza de la sexualidad humana para lograr enfrentar la crítica de los injustos sobre sexualidad humana, sexualidad espiritual o sexualidad con fundamento religioso bíblico y extra bíblico. Nuestra Iglesia cree que nosotros no somos especialistas en sexualidad y que no debemos exigir conductas sexuales a los humanos. Sí nos obliga nuestra FE a usar la pureza en la individual y pulcra sexualidad. Cristo no fundo la Iglesia para decidir sobre la sexualidad humana porque la misma es creación divina disciplinada. Nuestra Iglesia solicita a la ciencia médica y científica ayudar a la investigación sobre sexualidad con el fin de prestar apoyo y orientación a la persona humana en su sexualidad individual si ésta solicita orientación a su propia sexualidad. Que sean las autoridades civiles y científicas quienes den las pautas a seguir sobre la conducta sexual del individuo sin lesionar la naturaleza del sexo. Nuestra Iglesia cree que cada varón y mujer líder dentro del movimiento cristiano de cualquier denominación religiosa, debe ser ejemplo a seguir y debe mostrar equilibrio sexual para que otros y otras hagan lo mismo en perfección según la mente de Cristo. Sin embargo aconsejamos a cada mujer en el mundo sólo tener sexo con una solo varón, unirse a él en santo matrimonio hasta que la muerte los separe, cuidando con esmero e inteligencia cada uno de los hijos que logre concebir y parir. Nuestra Iglesia aconseja a cada varón en el mundo sólo tener sexo con una sola mujer, unirse a ella en santo matrimonio hasta que la muerte los separe, cuidando con esmero e inteligencia cada uno de los hijos que logre engendrar. Si uno de los dos fallece (quien siga viviendo), al otro(a), Dios le permite conseguir en amor y un segundo(a) esposo(a). No es positivo para los hijos que sus progenitores vivan en promiscuidad con otros humanos porque la paga del pecado es la muerte. No es positivo que una mujer conciba hijos con varios varones. No es positivo para los hijos que un varón engendre hijos con varias mujeres. Nadie debe perseguir a otro ser humano por su preferencia sexual. Nuestra Iglesia aplicara amor y compasión con todos los seres humanos como lo quiere Cristo aunque algunos estén y/o vivan en error y equivocación. Asesinar o aplicar pena de muerte a un homosexual o heterosexual por su preferencia sexual es pecado ante Dios. Los asesinos y quienes aplican penas de muerte irán al infierno y no tienen el perdón del Altísimo. Dios exige no matar. No asesinar es la Ley de Dios. La promiscuidad hace pecar al humano ante Dios. Si los heterosexuales ponen freno a sus equivocadas andanzas en su vida sexual nunca más nacerán homosexuales en el planeta tierra. La homosexualidad es un error ejecutado por los heterosexuales por sus desenfrenos y por cambiar de pareja cada día, mes (alguno cada año). La familia debe organizarse solamente entre un varón una mujer lo otro es contrario a la familia de la creación. El santo matrimonio sólo se debe dar entre un varón masculino y una mujer femenina. Aunque nuestra Iglesia no persigue a la persona humana por su preferencia sexual, invita a cada hijo e hija de Dios a manejar con decoro, prudencia y pureza su sexualidad. Es pecado cambiar el órgano físico sexual de una persona. Quien es varón debe morir varón con su preferencia sexual. Quien nace mujer debe morir mujer con su preferencia sexual. La sociedad debe tolerar a personas adultas que decidan vivir en concubinato. La Iglesia debe asesorar a parejas que buscan ayuda para lograr la unión en santo matrimonio de los concubinos. Los líderes excelsos cristianos y rectos, deben invitar a quienes están en error al cambio sin arrogancia y sabiendo que la autoridad viene es de Dios. Los varones que han tenido sexo con más de una mujer no tienen autoridad para exigir pautas a la sexualidad. Las mujeres que han tenido sexo con más de un varón no tienen autoridad para exigir pautas a la sexualidad.

 

Parágrafo: Es pecado y representa una acción salvaje humana aberrante, el tener sexo con animales irracionales. Los jóvenes y/o adultos que usan el cuerpo de los animales cuadrúpedos o aves para la relación sexual, quedan malditos en su sexualidad. Para lograr salir de ese estado (una vez tomen conciencia de la gravedad de este error humano), deben purificar su cuerpo y alma durante 7 años sin tener sexo, luego si pueden tener sexo con su amada pareja (Es mejor que los varones en ese estado de pecado no engendren hijos. Es mejor que las mujeres en ese estado de pecado no conciban hijos. Los nacimientos en ese estado son hijos de la oscuridad). Los hijos nacidos de personas que han tenido sexo con animales sin el arrepentimiento, llevan la sombra de pecado y la mancha del desvío espiritual. Ellos también deben limpiar durante 7 años su cuerpo y alma. Los animales que los humanos usan como "mascotas" o de confianza, deben dormir fuera de las habitaciones y casas. Los hijos e hijas de Dios nunca deben besar en ninguna parte del cuerpo a los animales porque ellos vibran en una frecuencia diferente creada y es de mala conducta esta desviada costumbre del gran final. Las criaturas más indefensas creadas son los animales irracionales. Matar a un toro o usar a los toros para la "Fiesta Brava" (tauromaquia), o diversión de faena, es pecado ante Dios y ofende la creación. Los protagonistas de este delito espiritual quedan malditos con sus familias y cómplices. Las naciones que usan a los toros para la diversión, muerte y barbarie, son malditos en vida, jamás lograrán encontrar la paz, aunque trabajen por el equilibrio social, siempre habrá miseria, pobreza, locura social e inestabilidad emocional de sus ciudadanos y ciudadanas. Poner a dos animales a pelear frente a frente es pecado ante Dios e ignorancia dentro de la escala en la civilización del amor. “La paga del pecado es la muerte”. La sangre inocente de estos preciosos e indefensos animales creados por Dios, siempre estará reclamando su propia libertad y justicia. La paga de este pecado es la muerte en vida. "Que los muertos entierren a sus muertos".

 

3. Ordenación de Mujeres: Nuestra Iglesia consagra diaconisas para servir en la Iglesia. Nuestra Iglesia tiene monjas (mujeres religiosas de vida consagrada a Dios), con carismas específicos para servir en la Iglesia. Nuestra Iglesia respeta y respetara a las Iglesias que ordenan mujeres. Si una mujer es ordenada al ministerio sagrado como pastor, diácono, presbítera u obispa, por otra Iglesia, nuestra Iglesia la ayudara y jamás la perseguirá. Cada grupo cristiano denominacional es responsable ante Dios de sus propios ministros. La ordenación y consagración de ministros en la Iglesia es una responsabilidad individual de cada grupo de fe. Nuestra Iglesia aunque no ordena mujeres al Orden Sagrado, tiene amistad y hermandad en la fe con otros grupos de cristianos que ordenan mujeres. Nosotros como grupo cristiano podemos participar en reuniones y conferencias con Iglesias que ordenan mujeres y con mujeres ordenadas como ministros. "Lo cortés no quita lo valiente". La fe y creencia no se altera al estar cerca a quienes son diferentes y distintos. Si el Espíritu Santo nos revela que debemos ordenar y consagrar a mujeres al Ministerio Sagrado sean diáconos, presbíteras u obispas. Nosotros obedeceremos a Dios ante que a los hombres y nunca a grupos humanos cristianos que jamás han estado cerca de nosotros como hermanos. Opinar es positivo cuando cada uno habla desde su interior de su propia persona y conducta.

 

4. Adopción de Niños: Ninguna familia debe adoptar niños. Los gobiernos deben cuidar de los niños en casas sustitutas como hogares cuando los padres biológicos no pueden hacerse del cuidado del infante. La adopción es un crimen. Cambiarle el apellido y darle una familia diferente a un menor de edad es delito y pecado ante Dios. Si una familia recibe a un niño en su casa y lo ayuda a crecer como un nuevo integrante de la familia, debe respetar su origen, apellido, ancestro y naturaleza. Es delito y pecado ante Dios que la raza blanca reciba a un niño de raza negra como nuevo integrante de la familia. Es delito y pecado ante Dios que una familia de raza negra reciba a un niño de raza blanca como nuevo integrante de la familia. Los niños deben saber su real nacimiento y conocer la realidad e historia de sus verdaderos padres biológicos. Mentir es pecar ante Dios. Nuestro Señor dice no mentir y los cristianos debemos cumplir con los 10 Mandamientos de la Ley de Dios. La mentira ha proliferado porque los gobiernos apoyan normas y leyes mentirosas y falsas. "La verdad os hará libres". Las mujeres que físicamente no pueden concebir y parir hijos es porque Dios así lo quiso. Los varones que físicamente no pueden engendrar hijos es porque Dios así lo quiso. "A Dios lo que es de Dios y al Cesar lo que es del Cesar". Es una farsa y mentira creer que se es padre bilógico real de una hija o un hijo “adoptado”. Los mentirosos y falsos creen en sus propias mentiras.

 

5. Sacramentos: Nuestra Iglesia acepta los siete sacramentos de la Iglesia indivisa. Sin embargo los más importantes son el Bautizo y la sagrada comunión (Eucaristía). Nuestra Iglesia no rechaza ni discrimina a las Iglesias o grupos cristianos que solo aceptan dos Sacramentos. Nosotros haremos hermandad, amistad y solidaridad inclusive con los grupos ateos, agnósticos y distintos. El amor de Jesús de Nazaret es para aplicarlo con todos los hombres de la raza humana sin importar su credo y creencia. Los humanos cristianos deben ser diferentes a todos los grupos y religiones en el amor y servicio. Amar es para hacer sentir que nosotros somos hijos de Dios. Las hijas de Dios y los hijos de Dios verdaderos aman sin discriminación de raza, color, estirpe, credo, fe y condición social. La pobreza es un crimen. Nuestra Iglesia trabajara su pastoral para que no haya pobres en el mundo. Hacemos un llamado a quienes se robaron las riquezas y a quienes se apoderaron de los recursos para que los devuelvan a las mayorías que viven en miseria. Robar es un crimen y es pecado ante Dios.

 

6. Bautizo: Nuestra Iglesia acepta el bautismo de infantes o adultos. Las dos formas son iguales ante Dios. El fanatismo y fundamentalismo es pecado ante Dios. Los fanáticos y fundamentalista en cualquier religión o creencia irán al infierno. Aquellos grupos de creyentes que creen que tienen la verdad y que son los escogidos, están mintiendo. Es una mentira, Dios no escogió a ningún pueblo en especial. El verdadero Israel es el que Dios quiere. Israel es una palabra espiritual y significa cambio después de Dios haberlo llamado. Pueblo de Dios escogido es todo aquel convertido que viva de acuerdo a la santa palabra y que acepte que Jesucristo es el Señor y Rey de Reyes. Aquellos pueblos que no aceptaron al mesías están en la caverna de la fe. Hoy Dios les hace un llamado al arrepentimiento y cambio. La conversión es para todos por igual. Dios llamo Israel a todos los escogidos.

 

7. Iconos e Imágenes: Nuestra Iglesia acepta iconos sin son oleos o pintura finas en tela u otro material. Nosotros recomendamos no tener bultos como imágenes. No es pecado ni ofende a Dios el tener imágenes, iconos o bultos de esculturas. Quien desee tenerlas lo puede hacer pero debe saber que es simplemente una imagen y que esta es una representación del artista mas no es un ser para creer. Dios es Espíritu. La imagen es un retrato a imagen del artista. Los hombres pervertidos han usado las esculturas como imágenes y las apariciones para robar el dinero y los bienes a los incautos creyentes. Dios envía ángeles a la tierra solo a los hombres rectos y puros de corazón. Aquellos hombres que se inventan historias de apariciones y montajes de novelas fantasiosas irán al infierno. Es pecado usar la fe y creencia de los otros para robar los recursos. El final de los mentirosos y farsantes es la muerte.

 

Nota: Aunque no es una creencia, nuestra Iglesia acepta que hay vida extraterrestre. Nosotros creemos que hay miles de millones de planetas iguales a la tierra con vida en los universos. “En la Casa de Mi Padre hay muchas moradas, me voy adelante para aparejarles lugar, para que donde quiera que Yo este y vaya, también estén vosotras y vosotros”. Dios creo la vida y está en cada uno de los universos. Cada galaxia creada y cada universo creado tienen vida distinta y diferente. Nosotros aceptamos que el universo es finito. Nosotros creemos que hay miles de millones de Universos. Allí donde termina (o muere), un universo nace la frontera de otro universo. Los millones de miles de universos hacen a los universos infinitos. Hay miles de millones de soles, cada sol es distinto y diferente. Nosotros creemos que hay cuatro clases de materia: Materia Blanca. Materia Negra, Materia Transparente y Materia Oscura. Nosotros creemos que cada universo creado tiene leyes diferentes y distintas. La gravedad de los universos es la misma aunque no los minerales, gases, aire, agua y tierra. Los compuestos y materiales son distintos y diferentes. Dios es amor y el amor crea distinto y diferente en cada ser, universo, galaxia o planeta. La perfección de Dios logra organizar de la nada lo imperfecto. La materia como materia es imperfecta.

 

 

The Latin-American Anglican Church - The Old Anglo Catholic Church 

 

Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana - Iglesia Antigua Anglo Católica

 

HOLY ORDERS: 

THE VARIOUS MINISTRIES THAT ARE AVAILABLE ARE LISTED BELOW

 

Lay Minister: The Lay Minister is licensed by the Bishop and may be given temporary charge of a parish. They may conduct services and if so licensed by the Bishop may read the gospel in public worship and give homilies of their own composition to a congregation. This is normally the first step for a man wishing to become a Priest (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Sub Deacon: Sub Deacon is an ordained position with the same duties and responsibilities as a Lay Minister. This ordination is normally given to a student in Seminary(It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Deaconess: A Deaconess is a woman who has been set apart for service in the church. She is ordained and her duties are the same as a Deacon(It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Deacon: This is normally the second step to becoming a priest. A man wishing to become a deacon must be ordained in person and may be placed in charge of a parish. In addition to the duties of a lay minister and sub deacon, he may read the Gospel, give homilies, Solemnize Marriage, conduct Funeral Services and Baptize (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Priest: The priest in the Latin-American Anglican Church (TheOld Anglo Catholic Church) and The Conservative Anglican Church of North America is a man who is normally placed in charge of a parish. He must be ordained in person. He may conduct all services except those reserved to the bishop (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Bishop: May be placed in charge of a diocese and is vested with all the sacraments of the church. In order to be consecrated a bishop a man must be a priest to be considered for this role in the church (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

Archbishop: An Archbishop is a Bishop who has oversight of more than one Bishop.

Presiding Bishop: The Presiding Bishop is a Bishop who has been elected by the College of Bishops, and has oversight of the church. He is always considered an Archbishop (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic).

 

IAL Patriarchy Representative Instrument: Being a representative of the Latin-American Anglican Church (IAL) is a responsibility of high office that is given to a cleric (or parishioner) to represent the Church in all matters concerning business and diplomatic representations (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic) to the government of the nation where he is citizen to the representative or the city where there resides or where an evangelical mission of the Church is done.

 

IAL Patriarchy Apostolic Delegate Instrument: It is the appointment that is given to a cleric with functions bishop or archbishop to assume authority with responsibility and can work for the Church, as the Archbishop of the religious organization or Supreme Patriarch Spiritual (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic), running legal actions, ecclesiastical and religious they are supported and approved by the College of Bishop of the Latin-American Anglican Church (IAL) and the Universal Church.

 

IAL Patriarchy Apostolic Incardination Instrument: It is the appointment given to a cleric as a member incardinated to our jurisdiction and as a clerical authority of our Church with specific functions as Seminary, Deacon, Deaconess, Presbyter, Bishop, Archbishop (It is a voluntary work and our Church does not assume social responsibility or economic), or Layperson committed to a specific voluntary civil work or remunerated according to a contract agreed upon in both parts or of a transitory nature for a specific task in one of the countries of the planet earth.

 

Entering the ministry is a serious step and must not be taken lightly. Men and women who have decided to enter full or part-time ministry must be of good moral character and bear the fruit of the spirit. You begin the process by sending your resume and contact information to IAL: primate@theanglican.net or ial@theanglican.net A bishops will discuss your ministry goals, education and spiritual development with you, to determine the program you must complete.

 

GOSPEL, LOVE, SERVICES, CHARITY AND PASTORAL LABOUR UNDER OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

 

The Latin-American Anglican Church

SAN JUAN CAPITULO 14:

14:1 No se turbe vuestro corazón; creéis en Dios, creed también en mí. 14:2 En la casa de mi Padre muchas moradas hay; si así no fuera, yo os lo hubiera dicho; voy, pues, a preparar lugar para vosotros. 14:3 Y si me fuere y os preparare lugar, vendré otra vez, y os tomaré a mí mismo, para que donde yo estoy, vosotros también estéis. 14:4 Y sabéis a dónde voy, y sabéis el camino. 

14:5 Le dijo Tomás: Señor, no sabemos a dónde vas; ¿cómo, pues, podemos saber el camino? 14:6 Jesús le dijo: Yo soy el camino, y la verdad, y la vida; nadie viene al Padre, sino por mí. 14:7 Si me conocieseis, también a mi Padre conoceríais; y desde ahora le conocéis, y le habéis visto. 

14:8 Felipe le dijo: Señor, muéstranos el Padre, y nos basta. 14:9 Jesús le dijo: ¿Tanto tiempo hace que estoy con vosotros, y no me has conocido, Felipe? El que me ha visto a mí, ha visto al Padre; ¿cómo, pues, dices tú: Muéstranos el Padre? 14:10 ¿No crees que yo soy en el Padre, y el Padre en mí? Las palabras que yo os hablo, no las hablo por mi propia cuenta, sino que el Padre que mora en mí, él hace las obras. 

14:11 Creedme que yo soy en el Padre, y el Padre en mí; de otra manera, creedme por las mismas obras. 14:12 De cierto, de cierto os digo: El que en mí cree, las obras que yo hago, él las hará también; y aun mayores hará, porque yo voy al Padre. 14:13 Y todo lo que pidiereis al Padre en mi nombre, lo haré, para que el Padre sea glorificado en el Hijo. 

14:14 Si algo pidiereis en mi nombre, yo lo haré.

 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrenc Resources

 

 

ANGLICAN RITE AND OLD CATHOLIC

IAL RESOURCES 

We thank the Lord for the opportunity to tell you more about the Holy Catholic Church Anglican Rite. These articles should help you learn more about our Catholic faith. In the firm conviction that "we shall be saved through the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ," and that "there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved," and acknowledging our duty to proclaim Christ's saving Truth to all peoples, nations and tongues, we declare our intention to hold fast the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Faith of God.

 

We acknowledge that rule of faith laid down by St. Vincent of Lerins: "Let us hold that which has been believed everywhere, always and by all, for that is truly and properly Catholic.

(From the Preface of the Affirmation of St. Louis)

 

If you still have questions, please do not hesistate to: Contact us

 

Who We Are from Anglican Rite

 

OXFORD MOVEMENT-Our roots from the Church in England, the effort to preserve Catholicity of our Anglican heritage on the heels of Reformation.

 

Oxford Movement in the eyes of Bishop Edmund Jayaraj,one of our Bishops who shares the

heritage of Bishop Azariah of Dornakal, the first Anglican Bishop of India

 

Our roots in the United States

 

1977 Congress of St. Louis-Joining the effort to preserve the integrity of Faith and Tradition

 

Participants of the Congress of St. Louis and us - Capt. Walt Swindells and Bishop Jim and

 

Madelyn McNeley share their experience

A Form Of Godliness -An Analysis of the changes in doctrine and discipline in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer- The very catalyst that initiated the founding of our churches by the people to preserve the faith and continue in the traditional Episcopal form of belief and worship.To the

 

Episcopalians still in search of the Faith Once Delivered, here is one of the reasons why we let the goods and kindred go and been faithful to the faith based on Scriptural foundation, sacramental worship in the Apostolic Tradition.

 

Are you Anglicans or Roman Catholics?

 

The Affirmation of St. Louis

 

The Seven Ecumenical Councils

 

The Tree of Faith Letters - Part I

 

The Tree of Faith Letters -Part II

 

How to Worship at the Eucharist

 

Baptism and the Unity of the Church

 

The Great Schism and the Way Back to Unity

 

The Catholic Way of Salvation

 

Where Is the Church Christ Founded?

 

The Challenge to the HCC-AR

 

Mary - The Secret Joy of Christians

 

The Assumption of Mary

 

The Veneration of Holy Images

 

Links of Interest

 

Anglican Library

 

Anglican Priests For Life

 

Christian Classics Ethereal Library

 

Episcoblog

 

Project Canterbury

 

The Third Order of St. Francis

 

NO IN THE COMMUNION CHURCHES ANGLO CATHOLICS

 

 

THE CHURCHES LISTED HERE are not 'in the communion'. That means that they are not part of the Anglican Communion. To be part of it, a church must have a formal relation with the See of Canterbury. It is entirely possible for a church to be in full communion with the Anglican Church without being in the Anglican Communion.

 

It is also entirely possible for a church to be completely Anglican in heritage and origin, but for it not to be in communion with the See of Canterbury.

 

Many of the churches listed below refer to themselves as 'continuing churches'. By this they mean that they are continuing with characteristics that some Canterbury-communion churches have chosen not to continue.

 

You will often see the term 'the continuum' to refer to the collection of churches that have broken away from Canterbury in order to do what they see as continue the old traditions. In order to have an Anglican church in valid apostolic succession, one needs to have one bishop whose consecration is through an Anglican origin.

 

While that bishop may have been consecrated in the Anglican church, he or she has no obligation to remain administratively part of it. Each of these churches listed on this page has at least one independent bishop, and has a compelling reason for not being part of the Canterbury communion.

 

Those compelling reasons are all different. In the past we have tried hard to keep, along with the facts below, some explanations of what the churches are and how they relate to one another. We know a lot about the Canterbury 'mainstream' portion of the Anglican church, and, more important, we do not have to make judgement calls about what does or does not belong in Canterbury-communion churches, because the church governance structure takes care of that for us. We have stopped maintaining any information that explains these churches, and have reduced this page to being a set of links to them.

Many people have offered us facts and opinions to improve these pages, but the problem is that they disagree with each other, and we have no way to referee disputes between them.

 

The only money that Anglicans Online has ever spent on purposes unrelated to publishing was on legal fees to defend ourselves against a Not in Communion bishop who didn't like what we said about his church here.

 

Do not make the mistake of believing that the churches listed below (in alphabetical order) are similar because we list them together. If they were very similar, they would find a way to unify, and then they wouldn't need to be listed separately.

 

Churches of Anglican or Episcopal Tradition

 

(NOTE: Old Catholic churches, the Philippine Independent Church, the Mar Thoma Syrian Church of Malabar, and the Churches of Bangladesh, and Pakistan are in Category 2 and are listed on our In Full Communion)

 

American Anglican Church

 

Headquartered in Scarborough, New York.

 

Anglican Archdiocese of Asia

 

Based in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India.

 

Anglican Catholic Church

 

We affirm that the Church of our fathers, sustained by the most Holy Trinity, lives yet, and that we, being moved by the Holy Spirit to walk only in that way, are determined to continue in the Catholic Faith, Apostolic Order, Orthodox Worship and Evangelical Witness of the traditional Anglican Church, doing all things necessary for the continuance of the same.

 

 

Missionary Diocese of Australia and New Zealand

 

Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic States

 

Missionary Diocese of New England

 

Diocese of Southern Africa

 

Diocese of the United Kingdom

 

Anglican Catholic Church of Canada

 

Anglican Catholic Church of Kenya

 

A highly Liturgical and Sacramental Anglican Church founded within the Anglican Catholic tradition. It is a welcoming Church for all based in Kenya with its administrative office in Nairobi. The church was started in Kenya on 29th November 2006 and held its first Worship Service on 11th February 2007.

 

Anglican Catholic Church in Australia

 

Traditional Anglican Communion

 

Anglican Catholic Church in China

 

Anglican Catholic Diocese of Christ the Redeemer

 

We have congregations in England, Italy, Malta, Germany and Russia. New congregations will be installed in France, Spain and in different other countries in the European Union. The jurisdiction over all Europe has the Archbishop and the Bishop Ordinary located in Germany.

 

Anglican Church in America

 

All of our parishes and missions are orthodox and sacramental, continuing in the teaching and fellowship of the apostles and in the breaking of bread, which was established by Christ as the design for the life of the Church.

 

Diocese of the Eastern United States

 

Diocese of the Missouri Valley

 

Diocese of the Northeast

 

Diocese of the West

 

Anglican Church in North America

 

This church includes a large number of subsidiary organisations and geographic or non-geographic dioceses. It is not listed as a province of the Anglican Communion by the Anglican Communion Office in London, and in September 2017 the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion stated explicitly that the ACNA is not a province of the Anglican Communion.

 

acna.org

 

Currently this website's purpose is to serve as an easy way for congregations and diocese to fill out their annual reports.

 

Missionary Diocese of All Saints

 

Diocese of the Carolinas

 

Diocese of Cascadia 

 

Anglican Diocese of Christ Our Hope 

 

Diocese of Fort Worth

 

Diocese of the Great Lakes 

(not the other Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes)

 

Gulf Atlantic Diocese

 

Diocese of the Holy Spirit

 

International Diocese
 

Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic
 

Diocese in New England
 

Diocese of Pittsburgh
 

Diocese of Quincy
 

Diocese of San Joaquin
 

The Diocese of South Carolina
 

Diocese of the South
 

Anglican Diocese of the Southwest
 

Anglican Diocese of the Trinity 
 

Anglican Diocese of the Upper Midwest 
 

Diocese of Western Anglicans
 

Anglican Diocese of the Western Gulf Coast:

 

 

Communincation [sic] site for a new diocese in the ACNA. 
and the Deanery for the Chaplaincy.

 

It also sponsors Anglican Relief and Development Fund and Anglican Global Mission Partners.

 

The Anglican Church in the Philippines (Traditional) Inc.
 

A continuing Anglican Province, using 1928 Book of Common Prayer (In English, Tagalog, Ilocano Dialects. We are Traditional, Evangelical, Catholic and Episcopal Church based in the Philippines. 

 

Anglican Church International Communion 
 

Formed 17 November 2001 in Atlanta [Georgia, USA]. 'The new communion is the first step toward bringing greater unity to the much splintered continuing "churches" throughout the world.  The guiding principles state "this is a traditional communion dedicated to bring peace and unity to all anglican worshipers," and adhere to the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and the 1962 Canadian Book of Common Prayer. Signatories to this historic document are The Rt. Rev. Larry W. Johnson, Bishop of Virginia; The Rt. Rev. Lafond LaPointe, Bishop of Haiti; The Rt. Rev. Luther Pierre-Toussaint, Bishop of Haiti; The Rt. Rev. Vincent Thakore, Bishop of the South; and The Rt. Rev. Melvin H. Pickering, Bishop of the Diocese of the Holy Sacrament'.

 

Anglican Church of India
 

Autonomous Church body having its nine Bishops in valid apostolic succession. It has good relations to other Traditional Anglican denominations who continued in valid apostolic succession. The Anglican Church of India is affiliated to the Worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion of about 42 Anglican Churches.

 

Anglican Church of India
 

Based in Kottayam, Kerala. One patriarch and one archdiocese, with at least seventeen affiliated dioceses. This is not the same as another body affiliated with the Traditional Anglican Communion, also calling itself the Anglican Church of India.

 

Anglican Church of South India
 

An evangelical and bible believing church which follows the faith once given to the saints.

 

Anglican Church of South Sudan
 

An independent national church formed on the biblical call of God to serve, spreading the Gospel for furthering the Kingdom of the Almighty God both spiritually and also with physical development.

 

Anglican Church of the Americas
 

A network of churches, ministries, missions, dioceses, and provinces who are firmly committed to the orthodox doctrines of the historic Christian faith in the context of Convergence worship, spirituality, and theology which emphasizes the Evangelical, Charismatic, and Sacramental teachings of Holy Scripture'. Based in Luverne, Alabama, USA.

 

The Anglican Church of Virginia
 

We represent a new Anglican Communion called the Anglican Church International Communion.

 

Anglican Church Worldwide


'Many of the Continuing Churches of the Anglican faith wrestle with whether they are in communion with Canterbury or nay. The ACW is NOT in communion with Canterbury administratively, but we are spiritually'.

 

Anglican Diocese of Texas
 

This diocese has fives parishes throughout Texas. Its beautiful website has a full-page 'about us' explanation that we have not been able to distill into a simple summary.

 

Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes 

 

(not the other Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes)


 

Tracing their origins to the 1930s, Anglican Church parishes and missions of the non-geographical and independent Diocese of the Great Lakes are located in the American Midwest, in several municipalities within the Metropolitan Toronto area, and in other cities in Ontario. The Diocese of the Great Lakes was established in 1998 through the unity proposals of the bishops of the former Independent Anglican Diocese of Ontario and the Independent Anglican Missionary District of the USA. This Diocese works cooperatively with other Episcopalians, including The United Episcopal Church of North America, with which the DGL is in intercommunion, and the Independent Anglican Church (Canada Synod).

 

Anglican Diocese of Washington State and the Pacific Northwest
 

More familiarly, the diocese is known as the Diocese of the Holy Trinity. It is a part of an international denomination, the Communion of Anglican Churches.' Headquartered in Tacoma, Washington.

 

 

Anglican Episcopal Church Diocese of Europe
 

Forms part of the Anglican Episcopal Church of Chile. The Anglican Episcopal Church has dioceses on every continent.

 

The Anglican Episcopal Church International - Australia
 

A Communion of traditional Anglicans of all varieties of churchmanship from Anglo-Catholic to Evangelical and Charismatic, who share a belief in the historic values of Anglican worship and the teaching of the Bible. All of the Provinces of the Communion are autonomous, comprising self-governing churches and families of churches around the world.

 

The Anglican Episcopal Church International - UK
 

The Anglican Episcopal Church International was created in England to promote a traditional Anglican Communion, as handed down by the preceding generations of the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church of England and to adhere to the orthodox Christian faith, through witness and service to the community, in this age of religious liberalism and secular decadence.

 

The Anglican Episcopal Churches of India
 

We are Liturgical Anglican Churches. Our worship draws from modern and ancient Christian rites. In addition, our services include praise and worship and will draw the best from all cultural ethos (custom, habit, and character) which enhance Christian teaching.'

 

Anglican Fraternity of Catholic Priests
 

A fraternal organization seeking to bring together catholic-minded Anglicans across jurisdictions and dioceses within the Anglican Church of North America and within the broader Anglican Communion.

 

Anglican Free Communion
 

The Anglican Free Communion - The Episcopal Free Church (Old name: Free Protestant Episcopal Church) is a large group of Anglicans of all varieties of churchmanship from Anglo-Catholic (High Church), Evangelical (Low Church), Latitudinarian (Broad Church), Charismatic and Liberal. All of the Provinces of the Communion are autonomous, comprising self-governing churches and families of churches around the world. This Communion was established in England on 2 November 1897 by a union of several small British episcopates established in the 1870s, independent of the Church of England.

 

The Anglican Independent Church
 

Our Archdiocese is formed of the a large group of anglicans of all varieties of churchmanship from Anglo-Catholic to Evangelical and Charismatic, who share a belief in the historic values of Anglican worship and the teaching of the Bible. All of the National Dioceses of Archdiocese are autonomous, comprising self-governing churches and families of churches around the world.'

 

Anglican Independent Communion Australia
 

Our denomination originates from England and is a separate entity from the Anglican Church of Australia. We continue to believe in everything the Church of England accepted & taught before it was swamped by liberalism. AIC Australia was formed in 2006 when Reverend Peter McInnes was accepted as the Vicar-general for Australia in 2006, prior to his consecration into the Episcopate in September 2006, where one Priest was incardinated, three Deaconess’ and one Deacon were ordained into the AIC Australia.'

 

Anglican Independent Communion Original Province
 

Headquarters in Webb City, Missouri.

 

The Anglican Independent Communion Worldwide

 

Anglican Mission in America
 

From the web site: 'AMiA is the evolution of the work of First Promise and AACOM, and is dedicated to the creation of a new, orthodox province of the Anglican Communion on American shores'. For our reasoning behind this classification, please see our AMiA-classification report. One of its constituent parts is the regional Heart of North America Mission.

 

The Anglican Mission in England (AMiE)


A mission society that seeks to promote gospel growth in areas covered by the Church of England (principally in England, but also in other parts of Europe) by supporting Anglican churches and individuals both within and outside present Church of England structures.'

 

Anglican Mission in the Americas Canada
 

The AM Canada promotes authentic, growing relationships with Jesus and one another that lead us to reach out to others in love. We are committed to graceful, organic and visionary service empowered by God’s Spirit and would love to have you join us on this journey.

 

Anglican Network in Canada
 

We are a continent-wide family of churches, a diocese in the Anglican Church in North America, and part of the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans - representing the majority of Anglicans worldwide who remain faithful to established Christian doctrine and Anglican practice.

 

Anglican Orthodox Church
 

The Anglican Orthodox Church was founded in 1963 in Statesville, North Carolina by Bishop James Parker Dees as a result of the perceived apostasy taking place in the wider Anglican Communion. The AOC was the first group to separate from the US Episcopal Church since the Reformed Episcopal Church withdrew in the nineteenth century. The AOC is traditional and conservative & adheres to the 1928 Book of Common Prayer, the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion, the Apostles and Nicene Creeds and the ancient homilies and reformed principles of the Church of England. The AOC enjoys member churches in South Africa, Kenya, the Central African Republic, Liberia, Malawi, Madagascar, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Brazil, Haiti, the Philippines, India, the Fiji Islands, and Pakistan. The AOC stands upon the same biblical principles and theological doctrines as those espoused by the ancient church and affirmed by our founding Bishop Dees. It has consistently existed as the Anglican Orthodox Church throughout its existence as a Communion. The current Presiding Bishop is the Most Reverend Jerry L. Ogles.

 

Anglican Orthodox Church in Canada
 

Site includes a brief history of this group with a presence in Alberta, Ontario and Nova Scotia.

 

Anglican Orthodox Church in India

 

The Anglican Orthodox Church of the Fiji Islands
 

In our worship service we use the 1928 Anglican Book of Common Prayer and the King James version of the Bible.

 

Anglican Orthodox Southern Episcopal Church
 

We are an evangelical, liturgical, community of Christians with congregations and/or ministries in Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Mississippi, Texas, Oklahoma, and other states. We are Anglican in practice, but broad enough to welcome and work with Christians of other traditions.

 

The Anglican Province of America 
 

This traditional episcopal, evangelical and catholic denomination was established 1970 and uses the American 1928 Book of Common Prayer.

 

Anglican Province of Christ the King


In 1977, Episcopal clergy and laity gathered in St Louis, Missouri, and set forth a statement of faith called the 'Affirmation of Saint Louis', which expressed their commitment as Episcopalians to orthodox Christianity. The next step was the creation of the Diocese (now Province) of Christ the King in 1978, whose purpose is to put the St Louis statement of faith into action. The Anglican Province of Christ the King uses the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and trains men for the priesthood at its national seminary.

 

Anglican Rite Diocese of the Holy Orthodox Catholic Church
 

If you are tired of the in fighting of the continuing Anglican Churches, if you want to get back to the Traditional issues and not the political, contact us. We are forming a new rite within the HOCC to meet your needs. [...] This is NOT a political institution, but a community focused on the love of Christ and service to His Kingdom.

 

Anglican Rite Old Catholic Church
 

An Independent Catholic Church made up of several congregations located in Texas. Priests come from various religious backgrounds including the Roman Catholic, Episcopal, and Orthodox Churches. They use the Anglican Rite in worship, which dates back several hundred years, and make use of the US Episcopal Church's 1928 Book of Common Prayer.

 

Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church

 

An ancient, autonomous, semi-autocephalous Old Roman Catholic Patriarchate with Anglican patrimony descended from the Roman Catholic See of Utrecht. The See of Utrecht has remained independent since 1145, when the Holy See in Rome granted autonomy. Modernly known as the Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church (ARRCC), the Patriarchate is faithful to the magisterium of eternal Rome and the eternal One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman Church. Although administratively independent, the See embraces as brethren other Catholic and Anglican bodies, such as the current Roman Communion (commonly referred to as the Roman Catholic Church), the Anglican Ordinariate, and the Anglican Communion.

 

Apostolic Anglican Church
 

An Evangelical + Apostolic + Charismatic + Liturgical Christian community serving the United States and territories with the love, faith and fellowship of the Gospel of Jesus Christ'. Embedded music attack.

 

Apostolic Communion of Anglican Churches
 

An international faith communion of like-minded believers in Christ Jesus, sharing the rich history and heritage of the Church and exercising the freedom of multi-cultural and spiritual expression.


Archdiocese of the Mid-West

 

The Apostolic Episcopal Church
 

The Apostolic Episcopal Church (AEC) was established in 1925 by [the] Reverend Arthur W. Brooks (1889-1948), a priest of the Episcopal Church, USA, and noted seminary professor and journalist with Walt Whitman’s renowned Brooklyn Eagle newspaper. Elevated to the office of Archbishop of Ebbsfleet by the Patriarchate of the Eastern Chaldean Church on May 4, 1925, +Brooks situated the initial Synod of the AEC at historic Christ Church by the Sea, Broad Channel Island, New York.' Headquartered in Queens, New York, USA.

 

Archdiocese of the Southwest (Anglo-Catholic)
An independent jurisdiction.

 

The Charismatic Episcopal Church


'Founded in 1992 by independent pentecostal-charismatic congregations, the ICCEC combines charismatic ministry, sacramental worship and the celebration of biblical values born of orthodox, evangelical teaching.'

 

The Charismatic Episcopal Church of Congo
 

Based in New York.

 

Christian Episcopal Church
 

A traditional Anglican jurisdiction, committed to Holy Scriptures, and dedicated to worshipping Jesus Christ in the traditional Anglican Way. The XnEC is comprised of parishes located in the United States (Diocese of Seattle), Canada (Diocese of Richmond), and is affiliated with parishes in the Cayman Islands.' Appears to have a connection to the Diocese of Fort Worth, in whose cathedral a recent consecration was held.

 

The Christian Episcopal Church of Canada
 

A traditional continuation of the Anglican Church of Canada, [which] upholds and maintains the doctrine, sacraments, and discipline of Christ which the Lord commanded in His Holy Word and which were ever upheld and maintained by the undivided Primitive Church, and which the Church of England received and set forth in the 1562 Thirty-nine Articles of Religion and the 1662 Book of Common Prayer'.

 

Christian Missionary Anglican Communion
 

A movement of Great Commission Christians who are glorifying God by building Christ's Church worldwide'.

 

Church of England, Cayman Islands


Established in protest that 'The Bishop of Jamaica and The Primate of the West Indies have tried, unlawfully, by Synodical Resolutions to annexe the Cayman Islands to their respective Diocese and Province.'

 

Affiliated with the Christian Episcopal Church and Christian Episcopal Church of Canada.

 

The Church of England (Continuing)


'We are a Protestant and Reformed Church founded on: The Authorised Version of the Bible The Book of Common Prayer 1662 The 39 Articles of Religion Where are the 39 Articles today in the Church of England? Where is the Prayer Book? Where for that matter is the Bible? You will find all these things in the Church of England (Continuing), so if you love the Church of England, that is where you should be!'

 

Church of England in South Africa
 

Evangelicals who wished to remain true to their heritage adopted a Constitution in 1938. This Constitution enshrines the Reformed, Protestant and Evangelical faith handed down by our forefathers'.

 

The Reformed Evangelical Anglican Church of South Africa (REACH-SA) is the official operating name of the Church of England in South Africa (CESA).

 

Church of India, Pakistan and Ceylon - Anglican Catholic Church
'

The Indian Anglicans appealed for a spiritual affiliation in the Anglican Catholic Church Original Province. As a result, in 1983, Bishop John Asha Prakash was consecrated in California in United States. And subsequently in the year 1984 Bishop Samuel Peter Prakash son of John Asha Prakash along with Bishop Gideon from Calcutta and Bishop Rao from Amritsar. [...] With these four dioceses the Province of India was restored and established as the Second Province of the Anglican Catholic Church.

 

 

Church of Ireland (Traditional Rite)
 

We are a member Church of the Traditional Anglican Communion. We worship according to the 1926 Book of Common Prayer. We are an Episcopal, Reformed, and Liturgical Church.'

 

The Church of Torres Strait
 

A member church of the worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion,' the Church of Torres Strait was formed in 1997. The Torres Strait is located between Australia and Papua New Guinea; this local church is comprised of fifteen parishes on several islands.

 

Community Catholic Church of Canada
'An inclusive and progressive community in the Anglican/Catholic Tradition'.

 

The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches
 

We see ourselves as an expression of the ancient-future Church of Jesus Christ, where the streams of Christian tradition and spirituality converge and flow together. Emphasizing the interweaving of the charismatic, evangelical and liturgical/sacramental, we identify with and stand in connection with the historic Celtic and Anglican spiritual traditions.

 

The Communion of the Open Episcopal Church in the

 

Province of the United Kingdom and Ireland

 

Conservative Anglican Church of North America
 

Come visit our church and experience the Mass from the 1928 Book of Common Prayer (English and Spanish) with rich Christian faith, a dedication to follow Jesus in all things, a love of the Eucharist as the central point of our Christian Life, a commitment to serve the lost and the outcast, and that unique spirituality we call "Catholic."' Headquarters in Katy, Texas.

 

Convocation of Anglicans in North America
 

Amissionary juridicition [sic] of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) and the Anglican Church in North America. From very humble beginnings, over 100 congregations are associated with CANA across 30 States and in Canada, over 435 chaplains and clergy, three missionary dioceses and the Deanery of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy.

 

Diocese of the East 
 

Diocese of the West

 

Corpus Christi Ecumenical Fellowship
 

A 1928 Book of Common Prayer Anglo-Catholic Communion.

 

Diocese of Europe, Holy Catholic Church Western Rite
 

A Continuing Anglican Church.

 

Diocese of Northern Ontario,

 

Independent Anglican Church (Canada Synod 1934)

 

Diocese of the Holy Cross
 

Remaining true to our English heritage and witnessing to the life of the Holy Trinity through the Faith and Practice of ancient Christianity. Our liturgy and theology are expressed in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer, and we use the Authorized Version of the Holy Scriptures.' Headquarters in Pennsylvania; parishes throughout the United States; 'affiliated with Forward in Faith UK.

 

Diocese of the Holy Trinity
 

'Established in 1977, the Diocese of the Holy Trinity was the original Continuing Anglican jurisdiction in North America.

 

Diocesis Misionara Hispana
 

A Hispanic outreach diocese.

 

Emmanuel Anglican Communion
 

in Indiantown, Florida.

 

The Episcopal Anglican Archdiocese of America
 

Founded in 2008. 'The leaders of the EAAA see themselves as part of a convergence movement, seeking to combine evangelical Christianity with the liturgy and sacraments typical of Anglican Catholicism.

 

Episcopal Archdiocese of the Mid-West
 

We are an autocephalous jurisdiction within the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church, and in full communion with the Apostolic Communion of Anglican Churches. The Episcopal Archdiocese of the Midwest is an Anglican Rite jurisdiction, holding true to the ancient creeds of the faith (Nicene and Apostles'), while promoting and endorsing a life of holiness and empowerment through the Holy Spirit.

 

Episcopal Catholic Church
 

We are part of the Anglican Free Communion an organization of Anglican churches based out of London, England that was founded in 1897. The main distinction of the AFC is that unlike the Anglican Communion we are welcoming and inclusive communion of churches in the Anglican tradition.

 

The Episcopal Church of the Solomon Islands
 

We are an independent Church in the Anglican tradition, serving and ministering to the people of the Solomon Islands, in particular Guadalcanal and Isabel islands. 

 

Affiliated with The Anglican Episcopal Church International - Australia and Oceania.

 

The Episcopal Free Church
 

See 'The Anglican Free Communion',

 

above..

 

The Episcopal Missionary Church
 

The Episcopal Missionary Church is a "missionary" Church in the sense that it is reaching out to traditional-minded Christians from all backgrounds who find that modernist reforms in their churches have left them without a place to practice their faith. Our motto, "Defend the Historic Faith", is descriptive of both the beliefs and practices of the EMC. All of the traditional values and doctrines which have made the Christian Church the great witness of our Lord's teachings are alive and well, and we invite you to join us as we celebrate Jesus Christ in the Sacraments and proclaim His message of salvation.

 

Evangelical Anglican Church in America 
 

Based in Washington, DC, the EACA 'holds the sacred validity of orders that have been preserved through the unbroken chain of historically attested and affirmed apostolic succession. Our sacraments are valid and offered to all of the People of God with respect for the diversity of creation as the cornerstone of God's lavish love and welcome for creation.

 

Evangelistic Apostolic Church Diocese
 

Established in the USA in 2002. 'We are a worldwide ministry of clergymen and churches, growing every year. We follow the Anglican Rite.

 

FCE (Evangelical Connexion)/A Connexion of Covenanting Churches 

 

Formed in 2004 to adhere to the 1927 union of the Free Church of England (est. 1844), and the Reformed Episcopal Church of Great Britain and Ireland (est. 1876). This group rejects Freemasonry as incompatible with Christianity, and asserts that its position in this regard differs from that of some similar churches. Its doctrinal standards are the 39 Articles of Religion (revised) and the 1785 Book of Common Prayer.

 

Federation of Anglican Churches in the Americas
 

Formed in 2006 to provide a vehicle for communication, fellowship and cooperation between the various Anglican Jurisdictions in the Americas,' this organisation is composed of the Anglican Church in America, the Anglican Mission in America, the Anglican Province of America, the Diocese of the Holy Cross, the Episcopal Missionary Church, and the Reformed Episcopal Church.

 

Filipino Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches
'

 

The FCEEC is an independent continuing Anglican Provience of the Republic of the Philippines.

 

The Free Church of England 

(see also Reformed Episcopal Church


The first congregations of the Free Church of England were formed in 1844 by members of the Church of England anxious to uphold the doctrines of the Anglican Reformation as expressed in the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion and the Book of Common Prayer, which many Evangelicals felt to be under attack from the Oxford Movement. A Constitution was adopted in 1863. In 1876 a branch of the Reformed Episcopal Church was established in the UK. The two denominations cooperated closely and united in 1927.

 

The united Church is a member of Churches Together in England and is a Designated Church under the Church of England’s Ecumenical Canons. There were official conversations with the Church of England in the mid 1990s. The provision of modern language worship has been approved and a process of drafting and authorization is under way. The episcopal succession derives originally (but not solely) from the Reformed Episcopal Church. Only men are ordained to the historic Orders or admitted as Readers. 


Northern Diocese
 

Southern Diocese

 

The Free Episcopal Church 

 

The Free Episcopal Church stands at the crossroads of all that the Churches have been, and all that the Holy Spirit is inviting the Churches yet to be. We gather as Church to respond to Jesus' request to "feed my sheep". Jesus did not exclude anyone from His Table, and neither do we. We are self-governing local ministries and communities, covenanting together to be Church. In the FEC all people are welcome regardless of the categories that divide us (age, ethnicity, physical ability, gender, social class, sexuality, marital status, and so on). Those fights for a rightful place at the Table, that threaten to tear apart so many faith groups, are not part of our lives together, past or present.

 

Free Protestant Episcopal Church (Saskatchewan) 

 

The mission of this church is to reach out and gather people together in an inclusive church united in the praise and service of God as expressed in traditional Anglican worship. The Book of Common Prayer (1962 Canada) is the only authorised liturgy.

 

Gospel Anglican Church of Nigeria

 

Over the years we have witnessed in the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) a determined attempt by the forces of darkness and their human agents to strangulate and stifle the faith of many. For exercising the charismatic gifts of the Spirit, thousands of Nigerian Anglicans, clergy and lay have been persecuted and hounded out of the church.' Affiliated with the Orthodox Anglican Communion.

 

 

Holy Catholic Church Anglican Rite


The purpose of The Holy Catholic Church (Anglican Rite) is to perpetuate the Faith, Order, Worship and Witness of Western Catholicism as it existed in the Church of England from around 200 A.D., to the time of the Great Schism, and set forth by the "ancient catholic bishops and doctors," and especially as defined by the Seven Ecumenical Councils of the undivided Church.

 

Diocese of Holy Trinity and Great Plains

The Holy Trinity Anglocatholic Archdiocese in Europe of the

 

Holy Catholic Church International

 

Iglesia Anglicana Carismática Pronosur
 

Headquartered in Venezuela, affiliated

with FiFNA and Forward in Faith International.

 

Iglesia Anglicana Cristiana Misionera, Inc.
 

Spanish-language website for this church based in Puerto Rico.

 

Iglesia Anglicana Ortodoxa del Perú
 

A Peruvian branch of the Anglican Orthodox Church. In Spanish only.

Iglesia Católica Anglicana de Venezuela
 

Formerly known as Iglesia Católica Reformada de Venezuela.

Iglesia Catolica Anglicana Sagrado Corazon de Jesus
 

We are a liberal independent Anglican Catholic Latino church separated from the Diocese of El Camino Real over issues of who will control Latino ministry — Anglos or Latinos'.

 

Iglesia de Tradición Anglicana en Colombia

 

Iglesia Episcopal Anglicana de Chile

 

Iglesia Episcopal Anglicana de Chile: Anglican Episcopal Diocese of Europe

 

Iglesia Evangélica Episcopal


'también llamada Red de Iglesias del Rey, es una comunión apostólica con una visión convergente del Cristianismo y la misión de avanzar el Reino de Dios entre las naciones'.

 

Igreja Anglicana do Brasil


This Portuguese-language website indicates that this NIC church in Brazil is the 'Anglican Archdiocese of Thomas Cranmer.

 

Igreja Anglicana Independente


Site in Portuguese, church based in Brazil.

 

Igreja Anglicana Reformada


The Reformed Anglican Church is a missionary district born with the desire to reach the millions of Brazilian who don't know Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. Also, we began our missionary work as a response to the crisis of faith and leadership in Brazilian Church. The district's mission is concentrated in church-planting, discipleship and training new leaders for the 21st Century.

 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence - Apostolic Succession

 

 

IAL Chambers Episcopal Apostolic Succession

Saint Lawrence Anglican IAL Patron San Lorenzo Patron Universal Iglesia IAL. Esta organización religiosa Católica Cristiana, nació en el año de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo Rey del Universo 1985. Saint Lawrence Anglican IAL Patron.

 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence - Apostolic Succession

 

 

IAL Chambers Episcopal Apostolic Succession

 

 

- 001. DOREN, Charles Dale David Chambers; Pagtakhan; Pae (Consent);

Boynton (Consent), 28 January, 1978.

 

- 002. MOTE, James Orin Chambers, Pagtakhan, 001 28 January, 1978.

 

- 003. MORSE, Robert Sherwood Chambers, Pagtakhan, 28 January, 1978.

 

- 004. WATTERSON, Peter Francis Chambers, Pagtakhan,

28 January, 1978.

 

- 005. BURNS, William Francis, 001, 002, Chambers (Consent).

11 November, 1978.

 

- 006. LEWIS, William Oliver, 001, 002, 005. 26 May, 1979.

 

- 007. KNUTTI, Frank Russell, 001, 002, 005, 006. 12 January, 1980. 

 

- 008. RUTHERFOORD, Wm. de J. 001, 002, 005, 006, 007. 8 March, 1980.

 

- 009. HARVEY, Robert Condit, 002, 005, 006, 008. 19 April, 1980. 

 

- 010. FALK, Louis Wahl, 002, 005, 006, 008. 14 February, 1981.

 

- 011. RUIZ, Justo Pastor, 002, 005, 007. 17 April, 1982.

 

- 012. WILLIAMS, Tillman Beshore, 005, 008, 011. 27 August, 1978.

 

- 013. KLEPPINGER, Thos. Justin, 005 (sub-conditione). 10 April, 1986.

 

- 014. STEPHENS, Michael Dean, 002, 008, 010 (sub conditione). 8 August, 1986.

 

- 015 CHAMBERLAIN, Bruce S., 002, 006, 010, Woolcock. 18 October, 1986.

 

016. DEYMAN, Joseph Philip, 006, 010, Woolcock. 9 January, 1988.

 

017. WILLARS, Richard Cecil, 002, 005, 010, 011, 013, 014, 016, Woolcock, Pae. 30 January, 1988.

 

018 CONNORS, Robin Bradley, 002, 005, 010, 011, 013, 014, 016,

Woolcock, Pae. 30 January, 1988.

 

- 019. RODRIGUEZ-Molina, Ruben, 002, 017, 018. 13 March, 1988.

 

020. CAHOON, John Thayer, Jr., 002, 003, Woolcock (received in

Orders from APCK, 1989). 25 January, 1986.

 

021. PRICE, Alistair Edwin, 002, 006, 008, 013, 014, 016, Gramley. 25 January, 1992.

 

022. McNELEY, James Richard, 002, 006, 008, 013, 014, 016, Gramley. 25 January, 1992.

 

023. HAMLETT, Leslie, 002, 006, 013, 014, 016, 022. 1 August, 1992.

 

024. BROMLEY, James Edward, 002, 006, 013, 014, 016, 022. 6 May, 1993.

 

025. SEELAND, Arthur David, 002, 006, 013, 014, 016, 022. 6 May, 1993.

- (died 2009);

 

026. MARIN-Saavedra Leonardo, Huntington Beach, California,

United States. 15 June, 2003.  - (still living);

 

 

THE LATIN AMERICAN ANGLICAN CHURCH WORLDWIDE 

EPISCOPAL CONSECRATION TO NEW BISHOPS

UNDER ARCHBISHOP LEONARDO MARIN-SAAVEDRA

 

 

- 027. Trambley Gilles (Sub Conditione -Canadian Citizen-) in 2005

(Montreal, Quebec, Canada). - (still living);

- 028. MORNEAU Gaston (Sub Conditione –Canadian Citizen-) in 2005

(Montreal, Quebec, Canada). - (still living);

 

- 029. LEONE Patrick –Canadian Citizen- in 2005

(Montreal, Quebec, Canada). - (still living);

 

- 030. ROJAS-Gonzalez Omar –Colombian Citizen- In 2006

(London, Ontario, Canada). - (still living);

 

- 031. SEAVER Brian Xavier –USA Citizen- in 2006

(London, Ontario, Canada). - (still living);

 

- 032. CAMACHO Ramon Antonio (Sub Conditione –Mexican Citizen) in 2007

(Cambridge, Ontario, Canada). - (died 2016); 

 

 

- 033. PEREZ-Benitez Jorge –Mexican Citizen- in 2007

(Cambridge, Ontario, Canada). - (died 2016);

 

- 034. PEREZ-Gonzalez Jorge –Mexican Citizen- in 2007 in 2007

(Cambridge, Ontario, Canada). - (still living);

 

- 035. PACHON-Alvarez Alonso –Colombian Citizen- in 2007

(Toronto, Ontario, Canada). - (still living);

 

- 036. HURTUBISE Roger Alexandre –Canadian Citizen- in 2007

(Toronto, Ontario, Canada). - (still living);

 

- 037. ALBORNOZ-Cano Enrique Jose in 2008 –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2007

(Ojeda, Zulia, Venezuela). - (still living);

 

- 038. BERTIS-Vargas Alexis Jose in 2008 –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2007

(Ojeda, Zulia, Venezuela). - (still living);

 

- 039. SIU-Garcia Jon Jen in 2008 –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2007

(Ojeda, Zulia, Venezuela). - (still living);

 

- 040. GOMEZ-Pillco Sabino –Peruvian Citizen- in 2007

(Cusco, Peru (South America), - (still living);

 

- 041. HARO-Carranza Orli Mesis –Ecuatorian Citizen- in 2007

(Cusco, Peru (South America), - (still living);

 

- 042. LARA-Velasco Luis Bolivar –Ecuatorian Citizen- in 2007

Cusco, Peru (South America), -  (still living);

 

- 043. SOTRES-Cervantes German Fernando –Mexican Citizen- in 2008

(Mexico D. F., Mexico). - (still living);

 

- 044. DAVILA-Alvarado Alonso –European Colombian Citizen- in 2009

(Houston, Texas, United States) - (still living);

 

- 045. MUNOZ-Mujica Rodolfo Jose -Mexican Citizen-) in 2011

(Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico). - (still living);

 

- 046. SALAS-Becerra Tito Jose (Sub Conditione –Venezuelan Citizen) in 2011

(Caracas, Venezuela). - (still living);

 

- 047. JURADO-Farfan Jylman Red –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012

(Caracas, Venezuela). - (still living);

 

- 048. RIVERO Carlos Alfredo –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012

(Caracas, Venezuela) - (still living);

 

- 049. GARCIA-Mozo Norberto –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012

(Caracas, Venezuela). - (still living);

 

- 050. RONDON Luis Alberto –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012

(Caracas, Venezuela). . -  (still living);

 

- 051. CARDONA-Patino Alberto –Colombian Citizen- in 2014

(Humble, Texas, United States). - (died 2015);

 

- 052. GERONIMO-Santos Rolando –Europen Citizen- in 2014

(Brussels, Belgium, Europe). - (still living);

 

- 053. CAGICAL-Vebayos Eduardo –Spain Citizen- in 2014

(Santander, Spain, Europe). - (still living);

 

- 060. LAL Mohan –India Citizen- in 2014

(London, England, UK). - (still living);

 

- 061. GOMEZ-Juan Carlos – in 2014

(London, England, UK). - Colombian UK citizen. (still living);

 

- 062. PIEDRAHITA-Escobar Alberto –Canadian Citizen- in 2015 -

Toronto, Ontario, Canada. - Canadian Colombian citizen. (still living).

 

- 063. ALBERTO-Jimenez Jose Margarito - in 2016 -

Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico. - Mexican citizen. (Still living).

 

- 064. JINETTE-ZARATE Alvaro Emerson - in 2017 -

Franklin Park, Illinois, United States. - Colombian US citizen. (Still living).

 

- 065. BARRIOS-BARRIOS Nelson Armando - in 2017 -

San Jaciinto, Bolivar Republica de Colombia - Colombian Citizen.  - (Still living).

 

-066. VERNAZA-FRANCO John Henry - in 2017 -

San Jacinto, Bolivar, Republica de Colombia - Colombian Citizen. - (Still living). 

 

 

IGLESIA ANGLICANA LATINO-AMERICANA 

THE LATIN-AMERICAN ANGLICAN CHURCH 

 

Biographical data of Archbishop Leonardo Marin-Saavedra (Primate of IAL).

This is the USA Company that helps him fulfill his personal obligations

 

THE OLD ANGLO CATHOLIC CHURCH  

IGLESIA ANTIGUA ANGLO CATOLICA

 

 

IAL Emergency telephones Number  

Numeros telefonicos de Emergencia IAL

 

IAL Canada Phone:+1-647-766-4597. 

IAL US Phone: +1-323-438-5943.

IAL Mexico Phone: +52-1-961-112-6194.

 

Email Archbishop Leonardo Marin-Saavedra

 

"SANTO EVANGELIO, COMPASIÓN, AMOR, SERVICIO, CARIDAD Y LABOR PASTORAL BAJO AUTORIDAD EN JESUS DE NAZARET”

 

 

 

 

OTHERS ANGLO CATHOLICS CHURCHES NO IN THE COMMUNION AND NO UNDER ANGLICAN COMMUNION

 

 

 

Reformed Episcopal Church 


'The Reformed Episcopal Church, holding "the faith once delivered to the saints", declares its belief in the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament as the Word of God, and the sole Rule of Faith and Practice; in the Creed commonly called the Apostles' Creed; in the Divine institution of the Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord's Supper; and in the doctrines of grace substantially as they are contained in the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion. This Church recognizes and adheres to Episcopacy, not as of Divine right, but as a very ancient and desirable form of Church polity'.

 

Diocese of Mid-America


Diocese of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic


Diocese of the Southeast


Diocese of the West


Diocese of Western Canada and Alaska


Missionary Diocese of the Central States


Virginia Convocation of the Reformed Episcopal Church


Board of Foreign Missions


The Order of Deaconesses 


Protestant Reformed Christian Church in Croatia:

 

A jurisdiction of the Reformed Episcopal Church.

 

Reformed Evangelical Anglican Churches of Namibia

 

The Church of England in Namibia (Name changing to Reach Namibia) has been part of The Church of England in South Africa (CESA) since the 1970's. Now comprising 5 churches in and around the Ondangwa/Oshikati area of Owamboland these churches are situated in the most densely populated part of Namibia.

 

Reformierte Episkopalkirche in Deutschland

 

The Reformed Episcopal Church in Germany. This German-language site includes a translation of the REC Book of Common Prayer, as well as pictures, articles, history, and information about worship services.

 

St Benedict's Mission 

 

An Ecumenical Benedictine Community within the Anglican tradition'.

 

Southeast PEARUSA

 

We have churches throughout the southeastern United States and operate under the oversight of the Southeast PEARUSA bishop and Council with lay and ordained leaders elected from our churches.

 

Southern Episcopal Church

 

We are a branch of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church instituted by Jesus Christ faithfully continuing the Anglican tradition. We uphold the historic Catholic Faith, Apostolic Order and Evangelical Witness as set forth in the 1928 American edition of the Book of Common Prayer. We accept as binding and unalterable the received Faith and Traditions of the Church, and its teachings. These include the historic, threefold male ordained ministry of Bishop, Priest, and Deacon, as set forth in the Holy Scriptures; the Apostles', Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds; and the writings of the bishops and doctors of the ancient Church, especially as defined by the Seven Ecumenical Councils of the Undivided Church.

 

Synod of the Anglican Episcopal Communion Churches
 

 

In full communion with Anglican Episcopal Church International'.

 

The Traditional Anglican Church in Britain
 

We are a constituent part of the Traditional Anglican Communion, a worldwide Communion of orthodox churches in the Classical Anglican Tradition.

 

The Traditional Anglican Communion
 

Our mission is to recall Anglicanism to its heritage, to heal divisions caused by departures from the Faith, and to build a vibrant church for the future based on powerful local leadership.'

 

The Traditional Anglican Communion


publishes The Messenger Journal, based in Australia.

 

Traditional Anglican Communion in New Zealand
 

We perpetuate the Faith, Order, Worship and Witness of Western Catholicism as it existed in the Church in England from around 200 AD.'

 

Traditional Anglicans in Canada
'

We are affiliated with the Original Province of the Anglican Catholic Church under the leadership of Archbishop Mark Haverland or with the Anglican Province of Christ the King under that of Archbishop James Provence.'

 

The Traditional Church of England
 

The TCE is one of the original 'Continuing' churches in England. It was formed in 1994, but developed from the much-older Movement for a Continuing Church of England. The clergy and lay people of the TCE are all former communicants of the Church of England.

 

The Trinitarian Anglican Church
 

'We are a conservative continuing Anglican Church that keeps the Trinity as the core of faith and devotions and our members are world wide despite our mother house being in Ireland (Republic).'

 

Umzi wase Tiyopiya Ityalike yomdibaniso
 

Anglican Catholic Church, Missionary Diocese of East Cape, South Africa.

 

The United Anglican Church


'Dedicated to upholding the Truth of the Lord Jesus Christ as delivered to us in the Holy Scripture and maintained inviolate by the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church of which we are a province. The UAC was established following the merger of the Traditional Episcopal Church (TEC) and the Anglo-Catholic Church in the Americas (ACTA)'.

 

United Anglican Church Province II


'Not in any way affiliated with the United Anglican Church.'

 

The United Episcopal Church of North America


'a traditional Anglican or Episcopalian Church body that seeks to maintain the doctrine, discipline and worship of the old Protestant Episcopal Church. We believe that Holy Scripture contains all doctrine necessary to salvation, and that the Bible should be understood within the context of the writings of the Ancient Creeds, Fathers and Councils of the Church. We also respect the reformed inheritance of the Anglican Communion as contained in the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion and the Book of Common Prayer.'

 

The Universal Anglican Church


'a truly contemporary Church that blends the best of historic Christianity with practices and theology firmly rooted in the 21st Century. Our clergy are from diverse backgrounds, and our ministries reflect that diversity. Among those ministries are parishes, counseling ministries, prison ministries, healing ministries, religious orders, and homeless ministries. We believe that our ministries should serve the needs of the communities in which they reside, and to accomplish that we allow those ministries the freedom to design programs that meet those needs.'


Mid-Atlantic Region

 

The Universal Anglican Interspiritual Church


'truly radically inclusive, focused on social justice, and committed to meeting the needs of people without requiring church membership or forcing them to come to our buildings. We came to see that we had the best impact on those we served when we partnered with other Churches from the mainline denominations, the charismatic denominations, and the liturgical denominations, and so we started a movement we called Convergence.'

 

World Anglican Episcopal Communion


'an international religious communion, comprised of several Provinces, Archdiocese, Diocese and Religious Orders and Societies, and maintain their Anglican and unity through joint fellowship. Our Communion is open to all Who believing Jesus Christ and Obeying His word.'

 

Worldwide Anglican Church 

(Kampala, Uganda)


'The Worldwide Anglican Church (WAC) has been succeeded to preserve the traditional Anglican faith from the direct descendant of the African Orthodox Church. WAC played a massive role in the fight against APARTHEID in South Africa and worked with Dr Martin Luther King Jr in the United States of America. The work began in earnest and it took (and is) in developing a strong foundation. We began in South Africa and the USA, but now we have purview over 700 parishes and 800 clergies across five continents which will enhance the unified traditional Anglican faith.'

 

Resources for Churches in the Episcopal and Anglican Tradition

 

All Nations Christian Academy:

New Haven, Connecticut, USA.

 

Affiliated with the Anglican Church in North America.

 

The American Church Union

 

Publishers for the Anglican Province of Christ the King, witnesses to sacramental, historic, and Anglo-Catholic faith and practice'.

 

Andrewes Hall Theological College and Seminary: Phoenix, Arizona. 

Founded in 2002 in response to the shared vision of the Reformed Episcopal Diocese of Mid-America (DMA), Covenant Renewal Ministries, Inc., and a few pastor-scholars from Phoenix, Arizona'.

 

Anglican Bible and Book Society

 

Anglican Bible and Book Society'.

 

Anglican Deaconess Association

 

Our Mission is to bring Anglican Deaconesses together in fellowship, learning, and worship.' Affiliated with the Federation of Anglican Churches in the Americas.

 

Anglican Deacons 

 

A resource for permanent, or vocational, deacons in orthodox Anglican traditions in North America'.

 

Anglican Family

 

Dedicated to the renewal of families for the flourishing of church and society through the resourcing of clergy, lay leaders, and parents in the work of faith formation'.

 

Anglican Fourth Day

 

Pittsburgh's Anglican 4th Day movement has brought Christian renewal and recommittment to thousands of Anglicans.'

 

Anglican House Publishers

 

The newly created publishing company of the Anglican Church of North America. Currently in formation, this organization is dedicated to producing and distributing high quality Christian publications.'

 

Anglican Order of Friars Preachers:

 

Founded in the Continuing Anglican Church to foster religious vocations and to maintain the apostolate of preaching salvation and the orthodox catholic faith'.

 

Anglican Parishes Association

 

An organization founded in 1981 by the then Right Reverend William O. Lewis to publish prayer books, missals, devotional books, tracts, calendars, and other materials to serve the religious, educational, and liturgical needs of the Anglican Catholic Church, its members, and other interested persons'.

 

Anglican Priests for Life:

 

(The Society of The Holy Innocent) wishes to complement, rather than duplicate, all work carried out by other pro- life groups, as listed throughout these pages. We are not Partisan, Sectarian or in competition, we are Catholic (defending the faith delivered by the saints) Priests that use various versions of the Book of Common Prayer.'

 

Anglican Scouting North America

 

Affiliated with the Anglican Church in North America.

 

Anglican Seminary of Virginia

 

The goal of the Anglican Seminary of Virginia (ASV) is to prepare men for ministry in the Anglican Church. Seminary education focuses on Anglican faith and orthodoxy of the primitive and traditional church as defined in the American 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Studies for religious workers and laymen (male and female) are also offered.'

 

The Anglican School of Divinity

 

Operated by the Apostolic Communion of Anglican Churches, and is charged with the responsibility of establishing, providing and administering programs of education for the Laity and Clergy of the Church.'

 

Anglican Use Society

 

Promotes 'an understanding of the special pastoral provision of Pope John Paul II for the Anglican Usage of the Roman Rite both within and outside of the Roman Catholic Church'.

 

The Anglo-Reformed Movement: Anglicans in the Wilderness

 

We are a movement of present, former and would-be Anglicans who hold to its Reformed tradition. We seek the establishment of churches on American soil that honor the principles and Formularies of the English Reformation.'

 

Christ Academy,

Collingdale, Pennsylvania

 

Affiliated with the Reformed Episcopal Church.

 

Churches for the Sake of Others (C4SO)

 

A church planting movement designed to develop leaders committed to planting Kingdom-based, Spirit-enabled, missional churches as a servant to ACNA, TheAM and PEAR-USA.

 

Cistercian Order of the Holy Cross

 

Affiliated with the Orthodox Anglican Church; based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

 

Colorado Anglican Society

 

Our mission is to foster unity, mission, and leadership development in the Anglican church in Colorado.'

 

The Committee on Women's Ministry

 

Reformed Episcopal Church

 

Compass and Star

 

A publication of the Progressive Episcopal Church.

 

DEUS Publications

 

Publishing arm of the Diocese of the Eastern United States, Anglican Province of America. 'we hope to be able to bring you other works for the good of the Church and the spread of the Kingdom of God'.

 

Escola de Teologia Bispo Ryle

 

Theological college of the Reformed Anglican Church of Brazil.

 

Evangelical Episcopal University and Theological Seminary

 

Increasingly, persons that are mature adults or professionals are seeking to follow after the Lord's call into ordained ministry. Therefore, we have felt that it is imperative to design educational programs that can meet the needs of students within the 21st century.

 

The Fellowship of Concerned Churchmen

 

Working for the preservation of the historic Anglican Way since 1976 and ... a unifying catalyst for Anglican traditionalists'.

 

Footstool Publications

 

We are evangelical, Anglican, and heirs to the Reformation, holding to the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, which support a high view of the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. We also hold to the three creeds of ancient Christendom: Apostles', Nicene, and Athanasian.'

 

Fraternity of St Augustine of Canterbury

 

Seeking to bring together catholic-minded Anglicans across jurisdictions and dioceses within the Anglican Church of North America and within the broader Anglican Communion'.

 

George Whitefield College

 

Muizenberg, Cape Town, South Africa. Theological college of the Church of England in South Africa.

 

Good Shepherd Episcopal School, Tyler, Texas

 

Affiliated with the Reformed Episcopal Church.

 

Greenhouse Regional Church Movement

 

A movement of regional churches dedicated to evangelism through church multiplication- bringing the transforming love of Jesus to every people group. We seek to join God’s mission of transformation in his world through the building up of his church both in North America and globally as a unified people empowered to share the good news of his love through word and deed.' A ministry of the Anglican Church in North America.

 

Houston Anglicans Online

 

We are a group of Houston-area parishes from the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA), the Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA) and the Reformed Episcopal Church (REC).

 

Logos House of Theological Studies

 

An Independent Educational Institution, incorporated in the State of Maine, and affiliated with the Traditional Anglican Communion and the National Church and Dioceses of the Anglican Church of America, and other Continuing Anglican Church jurisdictions'. Founded in 1998.

 

Media Dei

 

We make great websites for orthodox Anglican churches, schools and organizations which seek to have a compelling Web presence. Your website will look stylish, unique, and distinctly “Anglican,” because we source our work from the rich tradition of Anglican art, history and typography.

 

New Covenant Schools,

Lynchburg, Virginia

 

An educational community founded in 1991 in the classical, Christian tradition. Unique in its approach among schools in Central Virginia, New Covenant serves about 450 students in grades JK-12 with the finest classical, Christian program of study in the region. The school is fully accredited, and is affiliated with the Reformed Episcopal Church.

 

North American Anglican

 

The orthodox journal for Anglicans in North America. The authors are from the Reformed Episcopal Church (REC), the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA), the Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA), The Anglican Coalition in Canada (ACiC), the Anglican Province in America (APA), the Diocese of the Holy Cross (DHC), the Episcopal Missionary Church (EMC), The United Episcopal Church of North America (UECNA), the Charismatic Episcopal Church (CEC), the Orthodox Anglican Church (OAC), and churches affiliated with the Southern Cone, as well as several other conservative denominations.'

 

Old Holy Roman Church of the English Rite (Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church) Vocations Office

 

Order of Saint Mary and Saint Jude

 

A religious order in the Anglican Tradition dedicated to engage in acts of social services, education and evangelism in Korogocho slums, eastlands of Nairobi, Kenya.

 

The Order of the Daughters of the Holy Cross

 

Women who have committed our lives to the work and service of our Lord Jesus Christ. We pray daily for our church, its clergy, the Order and others in need.

 

The Parish Press

 

Fformerly of Fond du Lac Wisconsin and later Hays Kansas, has published Christian literature, Christian Education materials, devotional booklets and Liturgical resources for over 75 years. DoveTracts, founded in 1998 has been providing books, tracts, and teaching CDs and DVDs for churches and families internationally.

 

Reformed Anglican Fellowship

 

Our Mission: To Promote an international "Reformed Anglican" identity. To Train ministers for church planting. To Provide church planting ministries with assistance including printed and online materials for worship and study.

 

Reformed Episcopal Seminary

 

Founded by the Reformed Episcopal Church in 1887, the Reformed Episcopal Seminary educates and trains Christians for lay and ordained ministries in the church of Jesus Christ. We are distinguished by our strong commitment to the inerrancy of God's Word, adherence to reformed theology and evangelical beliefs, worship and polity in the Anglican tradition, and an emphasis on pastoral ministry training.

 

The Ridley Institute,

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. 

 

Theology in the midst of God's people, under the preaching of God's word, nourished by God's sacraments, training for God's mission and under the administration of God's discipline.

 

St Alban's School

 

The Reformed Episcopal Church has launched this pre-Kindergarten through Grade 3 school in New York City.

 

St Alcuin House 

(The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches)

 

St Alcuin House is a seminary in the Anglo-Catholic tradition. Our mission is to prepare clergy and chaplains for ministry. Our goal is to provide professional in-depth training for work in the Body of Christ at a reasonable cost'.

 

St Andrew's Academy,

Lake Almanor, California. 

 

Day and boarding coeducational school affiliated with the Reformed Episcopal Church.

 

St Andrew Theological College and Seminary

 

Associated with the Orthodox Anglican Communion.

 

St Bede's Anglican Catholic Theological College

 

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 'a 'virtual college', established in 2001 to serve the needs of the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada in the academic and pastoral training of men for the ordained ministry; to provide ongoing post-ordination training and programs for those already ordained; and to offer theological education to lay persons who are members of the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada but not candidates for ordination.

 

Saint Brendan's Monastic Fellowship

 

Situated on a 200-year old farm in Downeast Maine, Saint Brendan's Monastic Retreat Community has been consecrated to God as a place of retreat, solitude, prayer, and monastic formation.' Affiliated with the United Anglican Church.

 

St David Anglican Youth Retreat

 

Affiliated with the Anglican Province of Christ the King.

 

St James University

 

Commissioned with one goal: To advance the discipleship of God's children, without regard to denominational preference. However, we must begin building our curriculum somewhere, so we have started with the courses required for consecration by the Conservative Anglican Church of North America.

 

St John's Priory, Community of Christ the Sower

 

We are an Anglican religious institute for men or women, married or single, living in community or residing in their own homes who seek through community and under the guidance of the Rule of St Benedict to live lives of increasing sanctification. Our motto is "restoring the sacred" and our charism is both active and contemplative. We serve our fellow man in ministries of intercessory prayer and in chaplaincy programs in hospitals, schools and long term care facilities. Our goal each day is do all things with the sole intention to glorify God.' Based in Portola Valley, California. [MIDI attack]

 

St Luke's Camp, Diocese of the Northeast, Anglican Church in America

 

St Mark's Classical Academy,

Rydal, Pennsylvania

 

A ministry of the Reformed Episcopal Church.

 

The Servants of the Resurrection
'

An Anglican community in service persons who are in hospital, hospice, homebound or nursing home.'

 

Sodality of the Most Holy Rosary


The Sodality of the Most Holy Rosary is a spiritual association made up of dedicated men and women who meet on a regular basis within their own parishes to recite the Rosary either in the church or in member's homes. The members of the Sodality strive to pray the fifteen mysteries of the Rosary during the course of each month with a minimum of one decade of the Rosary each day on a personal basis.

 

South Asia Mission


'a ministry of the Anglican Orthodox Church Worldwide Communion. It is the compassionate wing of the jurisdictions under the Province of Asia. In India, the two main jurisdictions are the Indian Christian Mission (established in 1893 by the Anglican priest, Rev. Andrew Paynter) and the Anglican Church of South India.

 

The Telos Collective

 

Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we are striving to re-mission Anglicans to reach contemporary North American culture.

 

Traditional Reformed Episcopal Church Resources
Reflecting the Evangelical history of the REC.

 

United Anglican Communion of Cursillos in Christianity,

 

Diocese of Western Anglicans, Anglican Church in North America.

 

Women Alive in Christ
 

(formerly ECW) is a group of Anglican women in the Diocese of Pittsburgh who seek to build up one another in Christ and edify all members of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh'.

 

Young Anglicans

 

The youth ministry of the Anglican Church in North America.

 

 

The Young Anglicans Project
 

An Anglican ministry with a target audience of the birth - 30's community. The Young Anglicans Project website is designed to support families, children, youth and young adult workers in their work to affect this call on the lives of young people. At the project's website you will find community, theology and resources.

 

 

RECOMENDACIONES ANEXAS A LA NORMATIVIDAD Y ESTATUTOS DE ESTA ORGANIZACION 

 

1. La Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana (The Latin-American Anglican Church), llama diezmo a una ofrenda voluntaria que el clerigo y/o EL laico entrega a conciencia EN DINERO O BIENES ESPECIE a la Iglesia pero que no lesiona su canasta familiar ni sus intereses economicos para el sostenimiento de su propio hogar. No es obligatoria.

 

2. La Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana (The Latin-American Anglican Church),  aconseja a los clerigos y/o laicos, y sobre a todo a aquellos o aquellas que no pueden hacer vida con una sola pareja en su santo matrimonio, cambiar la fe cristiana por el Islam. Este si acepta que los humanos terricolas mortales tengan varias mujeres y estan estudiando la posibilidad que las mujeres tenga sexo con varios maridos y que convivan en el mismo inmueble para evitar gastos de agua y luz. Alli EN ESA RELIGION no pecan.

 

3. La Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana (The Latin-American Anglican Church), recomienda a los hombres de preferencia homosexual no contrarer matrimonio con el sexo opuesto porque fracasan.

 

4. La Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana (The Latin-American Anglican Church), cree que el varon que golpea a la mujer como esposa es porque es infeliz con el sexo opuesto y es mejor salir del armario. La Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana (The Latin-American Anglican Church), cree que la mujer que golpea al varon como esposo es porque es infeliz con el sexo opuesto y es mejor salir del armario.

 

5. La Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana (The Latin-American Anglican Church), considera que los homosexuales que se han casado con el sexo opuesto para aparentar heterosexualidad, es mejor salir del armario, contarle a su esposa como a la sociedad la verdad para que no siga en el trauma del silencio como causa y efecto de tristeza.

IGLESIA ANGLICANA LATINO-AMERICANA - THE LATIN-AMERICAN ANGLICAN CHURCH- 

THE OLD ANGLO CATHOLIC CHURCH - IGLESIA ANTIGUA ANGLO CATOLICA

 

 

IAL Emergency telephones Number  

Numeros telefonicos de Emergencia IAL

 

IAL Canada Phone:+1-647-766-4597. 

IAL US Phone: +1-323-438-5943.

IAL Mexico Phone: +52-1-961-112-6194.

 

 

Email Archbishop Leonardo Marin-Saavedra

 

“SANTO EVANGELIO, COMPASIÓN, AMOR, SERVICIO, CARIDAD Y LABOR PASTORAL BAJO AUTORIDAD EN JESUS DE NAZARET”

 

Say a resounding no to war 

+

Diga Un No Rotundo a la Guerra

 

Say a resounding no to war - Diga un no rotundo a la Guerra...

The Latin-American Anglican Church -  The Old Anglo Catholic Church

Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana - Iglesia Antigua Anglo Catolica

 

 

SANTO EVANGELIO, COMPASION, AMOR, SERVICIO, CARIDAD Y TRABAJO PASTORAL BAJO AUTORIDAD EN NUESTRO SEÑOR JESUCRISTO

 

THE ANGLO LATIN CHRISTIAN CHURCH

 

 

 

HOLY GOSPEL, COMPASSION, LOVE, SERVICES, COMPASSION, CHARITY

AND PASTORAL LABOUR UNDER OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

 

 

Angels of God protect the evangelizing mission of the Church of Jesus Christ until the last days without intervention of the laws of humans. "Love, Service and Compassion".

 

We were born to evangelize in this first territory but the Almighty is taking us to other nations to extend the Kingdom of God. "Simplicity, humility and temperance".

 

 

We are a non-profit organization that, with the help of our members, is trying

to bring people together in Los Angeles, California, United States. 

We support cultural, educational and social community activities and any type

of community-building initiative.

IGLESIA ANGLICANA LATINO-AMERICANA - THE LATIN-AMERICAN ANGLICAN CHURCH- 

OLD ANGLO CATHOLIC CHURCH - IGLESIA ANTIGUA ANGLO CATOLICA

 

 

IAL Emergency telephones Number  

Numeros telefonicos de Emergencia IAL

 

IAL Canada Phone:+1-647-766-4597. 

IAL US Phone: +1-323-438-5943.

IAL Mexico Phone: +52-1-961-112-6194.

 

Email Archbishop Leonardo Marin-Saavedra

 

“SANTO EVANGELIO, COMPASIÓN, AMOR, SERVICIO, CARIDAD Y LABOR PASTORAL BAJO AUTORIDAD EN JESUS DE NAZARET”

 

News  - Noticia

 

 

"Oh Lord, I do not ask you to remove them from the world, but to preserve them from evil".

 

- Oh Señor no te pido que me los retire del mundo sino que me los preserve del mal-.

 

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                About IAL

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Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana

The Latin-American Anglican Church

Email: primate@theanglican.net 

We are

The Latin-American Anglican Church (Catholic Church England Tradition). The Old Anglo Catholic Church. We are a Christian Religious non-profit organization that respects the spiritual work of all Christian and non-Christian groups as well as we will work with all Christian and non-Christian organizations without fanaticism or fundamentalism. This religious Christian organization born as The Old Anglo Catholic Church Congregation in Bogota city, Madrid and Mosquera cities, Republic of Colombia (South America), on December 17, 1975 under The Oxford MovementOur Church at its birth had influence, advice and teaching of the Bishops from The Order of Corporate Reunion and Bishops of The Non-Juring Bishops of England.

 

Our organization by special and particular circumstances with the help of God moved to United States (Year 2000) and Canada (Year 2003). We believe that atheists, agnostics and different we must love and serve and none should be discriminated against, racism and never contempt because we all have the right to exist as human persons. We believe that everyone is free to think, speak and act as long as we all respect the law and common order for the good of all without exception.

We consider ourselves a group within the great family of Christian churches because our Head and God is Jesus Christ. We are convinced that HE is the founder of liberties, promoter of free interpretation freely. We believe that God speaks directly to the individual as a human person and directly to each human heart. Faith does not need a "Human College of Inquisitor Legislators" but of a group of male leaders who apply with individual examples of life, love and service, with rectitude, honesty and without persecution until justice and equity for all. We do not have the Truth. The Truth is Jesus Christ. The Creator is God. The Holy Spirit is the Vicar of God on earth and his representative.


We believe that if a religious organization of any creed or faith, is an intellectual author of murders, bonfires of death, gallows, lacerations, inquisitions, persecutions or wars, those are not Daughters of God but Sons of Satan. We will keep distance from these mistaken human groups and we will recognize them as false, frauds, inquisitors, liars, hypocrites and imperialists of evil.

We believe that the representatives of Christianity and those who have faith in God as clergymen in any doctrine, belief or religion, do not need to live in mansions, palaces or castles, do not need to use sumptuous offices for pastoral work, we should all be fed with simplicity and humility with exquisite delicacies. Every righteous man should avoid stealing resources from the earth and, as much as possible, work so that there are no poor families or people on earth.

 

Human believers in God, we must seek perfection in a process of permanent growth without fanaticism, fight joyfully so that full happiness reaches all humanity and we all enjoy creation equitably. The privileges and opportunities must be for everyone and everyone. We know that there are evil men and faith groups who only become entrepreneurs of their own businesses and interests, even though we should all love them in freedom, with our will sometimes to the extreme to apply as a practice our faith and belief without persecution and never inquisition.

 

Jesus of Nazareth (the God we follow) warned us: "Be very careful with some men who present themselves as timid, exalted and honest people, possibly in their hearts lives a ferocious wolf and their testimony of life betray them and we understand that they are demons that descend from the hell of the Great Satan to the earth to defraud the noble man and deceive, yet no mortal human terrice should hate but love. "No believer in any spiritual group should accept the death penalty, the gallows and never the laceracion of the bodies of others because it is an abomination to God the creator.

 

Welcome to any kind of support

 

If you want to help, contact us to know how we live and what person in the world we know requires your help and voluntary company. It is a great opportunity to serve and love.

Oh Canada

 

IAL CANADA Territories

 

IAL PRIMATE OFFICE

293 Osler Street,

Toronto, Ontario,

M6N 2Z3. Canada.

 

Canada Office Phone:

+1-647-875-4597.

IAL Toronto Phone:

+1-647-766-4597. 

 

IAL SECRETARY OFFICE

 

1424 Benjamin Avenue,

Windsor, Ontario,

N8X 4N1. Canada.

 

IAL Representatives in Canada

 

Brother

+ Leonardo Marin-Saavedra

 

Brother

+ Alberto Piedrahita-Escobar

 

Brother

+ Dean Morra

 

Brother

 Milad Salloum

 

Brother

Justo Vega-Castro

 

Brother

Hernando Corrales-Murcia

 

Brother

Alvaro Hernandez

 

Brother

Edgar Trujillo

 

Email

primate@theanglican.net 

Oh Canada

 

IAL UNITED STATES TERRITORY

 

IAL USA PRIMATE OFFICE

504 C Street, Perris, California,

92570. United States.

 

IAL ALMAS  USA SEMINARY

2940 16Th Street, Floor 301

San Francisco, California,

94103. United States.

 

IAL Representatives in United States

 

Brother

+ Alonso Davila-Alvarado

 

Brother 

+ Alvaro Jinette-Zarate

 

Brother

+ Leonardo Marin-Saavedra

 

Brother

+ Jorge Luis Garcia-Linares

 

Brother

+ Marwan Geara

 

IAL Los Angeles Phone:

+1-323-239-1900.

IAL San Francisco Phone:

+1-415-424-9223.

 

Email

primate@theanglican.net 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

His Beatitude 

Leonardo Marin-Saavedra

Primate 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Grace was consecrated as bishop in Huntington Beach, California, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2003.

(Speak English and Spanish).

 

Biographical data

of Archbishop Leonardo 

Marin-Saavedra

(Primate of IAL).

This is the USA Company that helps him fulfill his personal obligations

 

 

 

Sister 

Chantel Nunez-Borja

General Secretary of the

Primate Office 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Sister is linked in South Gate city, Califorrnia, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2005.

(Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

Brother Armando Lao

Director of the Department of Tourism 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother is linked in Montreal city, Quebec, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2005.

(Speak English, french & Spanish).

 

 

Sister 

Evelin Ventura-Gonzalez

Chief Treasurer of the Primate Office 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Sister is linked in South Gate city, Califorrnia, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2005.

(Speak English and Spanish).

 

Sister 

Magdalena Rubio

Treasurer of the Mexican Territory 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Sister is linked in Mexico city, Mexico, North America, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2010. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sister 

Carmen Montes-Espinoza

Primate Secretary of IAL United States Territory

Women's USA Coordinator  

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Sister is linked in Hemet city, Califorrnia, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2012.

(Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

Sister 

Rosa Luera de Madrigal

Women's Coordinator to North Territory of Mexico 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Sister is linked in San Luis rio Colorado city, sonora, Mexico, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2005.

(Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bishop Alonso Davila Alvarado

Apostolic Delegate for the Holy See 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence was consecrated as bishop in Houston, Texas, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2009. 

(Speak Italian, German and Spanish).

 

 

 

 

Bishop Rolando Geronimo

Apostolic Delegate for the European Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence was consecrated as bishop in Brussels, Belgium, Europe under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2014. 

(Speak English, German and Telugu).

 

 

Brother

Margarito Alberto-Jimenez

Apostolic Delegate Mexican Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence was consecrate as bishop in Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2016. (Speak Spanish).

 

Brother 

Diosdado Abel Marquez-Gonzalez

IAL Member Mexican Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Reverence was ordained Priest in Mexican City, Mexico, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2013. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

Brother Jorge Sanchez-Prieto

IAL Member Mexican Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was ordained Deacon in Mexico City, Mexico, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2016. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

 

Brother 

Abraham Perez-Cortes

IAL Member Mexican Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Reverence was ordained Priest in Mexico City, Mexico, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2000. 

(Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

 

 

Bishop

Jorge Luis Garcia-Linares

Apostolic Delegate  ofPeru Territory

Director of IAL Communications 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence will be consecrate as bishop in San Francisco, California, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. (Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

Bishop

Alberto Piedrahita-Escobar

I Secretary of IAL Canada

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence was consecrated as bishop in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2016. (Speak English, French and Spanish).

 

 

Brother 

Mario West

IAL Member of United States - Director of HR 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Reverence was ordained Priest in San Francisco, California, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2012. (Speak English and Spanish).

 

The Very Rev 

Marwan Geara

Apostolic Delegate for the Holy Land of Jerusalem 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence will be consecrate as bishop in Beirut, Lebanon, Middle East, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. (Speak English and Arab).

 

 

Brother 

Boma Harry

IAL Member  Nigerian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

 

His Reverence was ordained Deacon in Lagos, Nigeria, Africa, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2010. (Speak English and Africaans).

 

 

 

Brother 

Ricardo Ivan Garza-Renteria

IAL Member of The Mexican Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was admission as a seminarian in Mexico City, Mexico, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2014. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

Brother

Julius Harry

IAL Representative Nigerian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Reverence was ordained Priest in Lagos, Nigeria, Africa, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2010. (Speak English and Africaans).

 

 

Brother 

Angel Gonzalez-Morales

IAL Mexico Member Mexican Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Reverence was ordained Priest in Mexico City, Mexico, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2012. (Speak Spanish).

 

Bishop

Miguel Angel Ramirez

Apostolic Delegate Central American Territories

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence was consecrated as bishop in Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2014. (Speak Spanish).

 

Brother 

Antonio Isidro Valderrama-Benicio

IAL Member Mexican Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was admission as a seminarian in Mexico City, Mexico, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2014. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

 

Brother 

Luis Angel Sinning-Mejia

IAL Member Colombian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Reverence was ordained Deacon in Tamalameque City, Cesar, Colombia, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2014. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

Brother

Jose Fernando De Faria

IAL Member of The Brazil Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

 

His Excellency will be elevate as Archbishop in Sao Paulo, Brasil, South America under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. (Speak English and Portuguese).

 

 

Brother 

Henry Anania Mgombele

IAL Member Tanzania Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Reverence was ordained Priest in Kigoma, Tanzania, Africa, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2003. 

(Speak English and Africaans).

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rev Milad Salloum

Apostolic Delegate for the United Emirates, Qatar and  Kuwait Terrritories 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence will be consecrate as bishop in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. (Speak English and Arab).

 

 

 

 

 

Bishop

Alvaro Jinette-Zarate

IAL Member  of United States

Episcopal Secretary of IAL USA

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence was consecrated as bishop in Chicago, Illinois, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2016. (Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

Brother 

Oscar Varela

IAL Member of United States - Transportation Coordinator 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother ordained Deacon in San Francisco, California, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2012. (Speak English and Spanish).

 

Brother

Gerardo Calderon

IAL Member of United States 

Ministry of Reception Director

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was ordained Deacon in San Francisco, California, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2012. (Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

Brother

Ismael Cortes

IAL Member of United States - Director of Ministry of Music 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Reverence was ordained Priest in San Francisco, California, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2012. (Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

Brother 

Tomas Cortes

IAL Member of United States  Logistics Manager 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was ordained Deacon in Los Angeles, California, United States, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2012. (Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

Brother 

Jepthah Ikechi Ikezim

IAL Member of The Nigerian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

 

His Excellency will be elevation as Archbishop in Lagos, Nigeria, Africa, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2010. (Speak English and Africaans).

 

 

 

Bishop 

Diego Vergara-Garzon

Apostolic Delegate for Married Priests and Deacons

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence was consecrated as bishop in Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia, under the designs of God and the Anglo Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2007. 

(Speak Spanish and English).

 

 

Brother 

Mario Alberto Peña-Prada

Apostolic Delegate for the Missionaries of Saint Lawrence of SA 

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother will be consecrate as Missionary of Saint Lawrence in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. 

(Speak Spanish and Portuguese).

 

Bishop Luis Alberto Pachon-Arias

Apostolic Delegate for Single Priests and Deacons

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence was consecrated as bishop in Bogota, DE, Cundinamarca, Colombia, under the designs of God and the Anglo Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2010. (Speak Spanish and Latin).

 

 

 

 

 

The Rev 

Rahul Uthwal

Apostolic Delegate for the India Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Excellence will be consecrated as Bishop in New Delhi, India, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. 

(Speak English and Hindi).

 

Brother 

Jorge Moreno-Molano

Apostolic Delegate for the Alberta, Canada Territories

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was consecrated as Deacon in Vancouver, Alberta, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2014. 

(Speak English and Spanish).

 

Brother 

Hernado Corrales-Murcia

Apostolic Delegate for the Province of Quebec, Canada Territories

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was ordained as Deacon in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 20o5. 

(Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brother Justo Vega-Castro

Apostolic Delegate for the Province of Ontario, Canada Territories

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was ordained as Deacon in London, Ontario, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 20o7. 

(Speak English, French and Spanish).

 

Brother

Alvaro Hernandez

Apostolic Delegate for the Ottawa city  Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was ordained as Deacon in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2016. (Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

 

 

Bishop

Paulo Araujo-Nunez

Apostolic Delegate for the Brasilian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Beatitude was consecrated as bishop in Curitiba, Parana, Brasil, under the designs of God and the Catholic Church of Netherlands in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2001. (Speak Portuguese).

 

 

Brother 

Edwin Romero

Secretary to Colombian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

 Our Brother will be ordaine as Deacon in Bogota, Colombia, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2018. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bishop Dean Morra

Apostolic Delegate Italian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Beatitude was consecrated as bishop in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, under the designs of God and the Catholic Church of Netherlands in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2012. 

(Speak English and Italian).

 

 

 

 

 

Bishop Alfred Dale

Apostolic Delegate Brasilian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Beatitude was consecrated as bishop in Katy, Texas, United States, under the designs of God and the Conservative Anglican Church of North America in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2005. (Speak English).

 

 

 

Brother 

Jonathan Sneyder Pico

General Treasurer

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother will be ordaine as Deacon in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Archbp Thomas Loren

Apostolic Delegate Philippines Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence 

 

His Beatitude was consecrated as bishop in New York City, NY, United States, under the designs of God and the Charismatic Episcopal Church of United States (Ecusa) in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2000. 

(Speak English and Telugu).

 

 

 

 

 

Archb Franzua W. King

Apostolic Delegate for the  Africa Territories

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Beatitude was consecrated as bishop in San Francisco California, United States, under the designs of God and the African Catholic Church of United States in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2000. 

(Speak English and Africaans).

 

 

 

 

 

Bishop Michael Tachet

Apostolic Delegate for the  Union of Sisters Churches

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence 

 

His Beatitude will be consecrate as bishop in San Francisco California, United States, under the designs of God and the Old Roman Catholic Church of United States in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. 

(Speak English and Latin).

 

 

Brother 

Jose Luis Cruz-Guerra

Education Secretary

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother will be ordaine as Deacon in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

 

Brother Deacon 

Gustavo Cruz-Urrego

Apostolic Delegate for Chile Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was ordained as Deacon in Santiago de Chile, South America, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2012. (Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

Sister 

Elsa Villamizar-Badillo

General Secretary  of IAL Venezuela Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Sister is linked in San Antonio city, Tachira, Venezuela, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 1998. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

The Rev 

Tito Ariolfo Aranda-Nunez

IAL Member to Colombian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

 His Excellence was ordained as Priest in Bogota, Cundinamarca, Colombia, South America, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2000. (Speak Spanish).

His Excellence is Counsin Brother of the Archbishop Leonardo.

 

 

Brother

Edgar Trujillo-Bernal

Patriarch Secretary

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother was ordained Deacon in London, Ontario, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2012. (Speak English and Spanish).

 

 

 

Brother Deacon 

Jesus Alberto Aparicio Arias

Member of IAL Venezuela Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother Deacon will be ordaine as Priest in Caracas, Venezuela, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2018. 

(Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

The Rev 

Edgar Jesus  Villanueva-Gonzalez

IAL Member to Colombian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

 His Excellence was ordained as Priest in Barranquilla, Colombia, South America, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2000. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

Brother 

Santiago Disimi

Apostolic Delegate to Dominican Republic

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

 Our Brother will be ordaine as Deacon in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. 

(Speak French and Spanish).

 

 

 

 

Brother  

Eduardo Cagigal-Velayos

Apostolic Delegate of Spain Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

Our Brother Priest will be consecrate as Bishop in Santander, Cantabria, Spain (Europe), under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2019. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rev Guillermo Carrion

Member of IAL Colombian Territory

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

 His Excellence will be consecrate as Bishop in Bogota, Colombia, South America, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2018. (Speak Spanish).

 

 

 

 

 

Archbp 

Gilles Trambley

Apostolic Delegate of worldwide Peace

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Beatitud was consecrate as Bishop in Montreal city, Quebec, Canada, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2005. 

(Speak French).

 

 

 

 

 

Archbp 

Mohan All

Apostolic Delegate of worldwide Love

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Beatitud was consecrate as Bishop in London, England, UK,, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2014. 

(Speak English and Hindi).

 

Archbp Brother 

Evangelou d

Apostolic Delegate of worldwide Compassion

Patriarchy of Saint Lawrence

 

His Beatitud was consecrate as Bishop in London, England, UK,, under the designs of God and the Anglo-Catholic Continuing Movement in the Year of Our Lord Jesus Christ 2000. 

(Speak English).

       

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