Puerto Rico Seeks 7th Bishop
  • Thursday, April 4, 2013

The Episcopal Diocese of Puerto Rico, which is seeking its seventh bishop, has released a diocesan profile. The deadline is April 5, so applicants will need to act quickly.

The Rt. Rev. W.W. Jackson was the first bishop to oversee Episcopalians in Puerto Rico, beginning in 1860. The Rt. Rev. David Andrés Áalvarez-Velázquez, 71, became bishop coadjutor in 1987 and succeeded the Rt. Rev. Francisco Reus-Froylan in 1989.

The full profile follows.

Puerto Rico Profile

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