Category Archives: Francophone

Haiti – A Place of Gender-Based Violence

Our guest bloggers today are the Rev. Canon Rosemari Sullivan, who is a Special Coordinator for Haiti in the Office of the Presiding Bishop, and Guilene Fiefie, a delegate to the 2014 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women … Continue reading

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Mission is Alive and Jesus Christ Proclaims it on this Continent: A View from Cameroon

In September, the Reverend Canon Petero Sabune, The Episcopal Church’s Partnership Officer for Africa, attended the triennial meeting of the Francophone Network of the Anglican Communion in Douala, Cameroon. He reflected on the importance of the Francophone Network’s presence there … Continue reading

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