Hurricaine Matthew spares ACC orphanage in Haiti; damages parishes in southeastern US


A week after Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti, Father Jean Bien-Aime reports that the ACC orphanage in Tapion escaped with only minor damage, and that all the children are safe.  News from surrounding parishes is still coming in, but the ACC seems to have come through the storm...

Tagged: hurricane matthew, haiti, damage, south carolina, relief

Gifts speed goal of sewing center in Congo


by John Omwake, editor of The Trinitarian Thanks to more than US $7000 received during June, the Missionary Diocese of Congo has gone a long way toward its goal of providing a sewing center where woman who are victims of rape or other forms of sexual violence can learn to be seamstresses. The...

Tagged: congo, sewing center, donations

Bishop Orrego Hurtado receives Brazilian clergy, appoints leadership for Venezuela


Earlier this month representatives from Colombia and Venezuela came together for the First General Synod of the Diocese of New Granada since its reception into the ACC.  The business sessions, which took place on August 14th and 15th, were largely devoted to ratification of diocesan canons....

Tagged: colombia, venezuela, new granada, bishop orrego hurtado, synod

Parish of St. Alban the Martyr celebrates 160 years of witness


by John Omwake, editor of The Trinitarian  June 18th saw a triple celebration at St. Alban the Martyr, Salford, Greater Manchester, England. The Bishop of the United Kingdom, the Right Reverend Damien Mead, preached and confirmed, the patronal festival was kept, and the parish, which began...

Tagged: st alban, salford, bishop mead, anniversary

In Cameroon, a clinic is still unfinished


by John Omwake, editor of The Trinitarian In the city of Edea, in Cameroon’s Littoral Province, a building remains partially completed. Enough concrete blocks have been erected to give an outline of its shape, but provide no indication of its finished state—or the reason why...

Tagged: clinic, cameroon, edea