Monday, March 3, 2008

¿Qué es lo que Texas necesita de su próximo obispo?

Lo invito a que venga y vea que forma esta conversación toma mientras, juntos, decidimos como la Iglesia Episcopal en la Diócesis de Texas se moverá en el futuro. Deseo escuchar de usted: ¿qué es lo que le entusiasma? ¿A dónde desea que nuestra diócesis vaya? ¿Qué es lo que anhela de su próximo obispo?

Este es un blog moderado y solamente comentarios relacionados a las preguntas arriba mencionadas serán puestas y solamente si el autor incluye su nombre.

Yo creo que el asunto más importante que podemos hacer es ser fiel en preguntar las preguntas acerca de lo que Dios propone para el futuro de nuestra iglesia, y siendo fieles a la oración en este tiempo de discernimiento.

A partir del 3 de Marzo, 2008 comenzaré a poner los comentarios.

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