Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil

 

Brazil bishops back Rousseff

The bishops of the Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil have lent their support to the country’s President Dilma Rousseff, voicing their opposition to a campaign to impeach the embattled political leader.

 

Statement by the Primate Bishop of Brazil on the Canterbury primates gathering

[Portuguese original below] As I expressed earlier, I did not want to communicate anything prior to the end of the meeting regarding the heat of the debates that followed the discussion ta

 

Primates of the Anglican Communion -- Primate Bishop of Brazil

The Most Rev. Francisco de Assis da Silva, Primate Bishop of the Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil and Bishop of Southwestern Brazil

 

Recife diocese loses property appeal to IEAB

A Brazilian appeals court has upheld a lower court decision granting the property of the Diocese of Recife to the rump group loyal to the Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil (IEAB).

 

Brazil to adopt gender neutral marriage canons, archbishop says

The Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil (IEAB) will be the next member of the Anglican Communion to amend its liturgy to make marriage gender neutral.

 

Brazilian Church next to introduce gender neutral marriage canons

Statement by the Primate of the IEAB, the Most Rev. Francisco de Assis da Silva 

 

Statement from the Primate of Brazil on the opening of the World Cup

Today the World Cup begins in Brazil. This topic has been explored in various ways and sometimes the ideology of the debate has caused impassioned conflict, especially this election year.

 

Primate of Brazil's prayers on the death of Mandela

Archbishop Francisco da Silva of Brazil statement on the death of Nelson Mandela

 

Bishop Francisco de Assis da Silva elected Bishop Primate of the IEAB

The Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil’s (IEAB) 2013 Synod’s mission statement is to strengthen our spirituality and mission in order to serve and to transform life.