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  • NSIEAB 12:21 PM on 04/09/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Compass Rose visit to Brazil – fourth and fifth days 

    The Compass Rose group is now in the Amazon. Read more news stories about their trip on http://compassrose.ieab.org.br. Yesterday, the group was split in two and visited important programs of the Anglican Diocese of the Amazon. So far, the group has been in Belém, Gurupá and Santa Izabel do Pará.

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    Luiz Coelho

    Communications WG Member

     
  • NSIEAB 10:08 AM on 04/07/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Compass Rose visit to Brazil – third day 

    Bishop Philip Poole and Canon Kenneth Kearon talked to an audience of more than one hundred people at the Cathedral of the Redeemer’s parish hall. Bishop Poole explained what the Compass Rose Society is about, while Canon Kearon gave a talk on the state of the Anglican Communion. People from the audience asked a few questions. Two online viewers also sent questions which were answered as well. People from the Cathedral’s congregation prepared a delicious meal for all guests, which included some typical Brazilian plates. All of us in Rio are very thankful for the work of the Compass Rose Society and for this opportunity, and wish all of them a safe travel to Belém!

    The website http://compassrose.ieab.org.br has more news stories about the Compass Rose mission trip to Brazil.

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    Luiz Coelho

    Communications WG Member

     
  • NSIEAB 11:53 AM on 04/04/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Compass Rose visit to Brazil – first day 

    On the first day of the Compass Rose Society visit to Brazil, members went to Araras, a district of Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro State. There, they visited the Anglican School, St. Michael and All Angels’ Mission and other projects coordinated by Anglican Social Action Rio de Janeiro.

    After that, the group visited areas that were affected by floods and mudslides. Many of the visitors, who represented sister churches of the Anglican Communion, witnessed a bit of the devastation that took place in the mountainous Rio de Janeiro countryside.

    More news stories about the Compass Rose Society visit to Brazil can be read on http://compassrose.ieab.org.br.

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    Luiz Coelho

    Communications WG Member

     
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