“Hispanism” is understood as the culture that maintains the same spiritual and linguistic values and whose remote origin, in name and cultural evolutionary impetus, comes from Spain. Hispanism encompasses different races with a deep bond to unite them closely and form something great that beats and feels in unison.
New Episcopal Hispanic congregations in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta held their first services the last weekend of April. The gatherings were “a dream come true,” said Diocese of Atlanta Missioner for Hispanic Ministries The Rev. Irma Nohemi Guerra.
On Palm Sunday, Christ Church Episcopal in Norcross held its first bilingual Palm Sunday service. For The Rev. Irma (Mimi) Guerra the day marked an important milestone.
The third time proved to be the charm for the young people and Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) leaders at Christ Episcopal Church in Norcross. Twice, their hoped-for pilgrimage to Ireland had been scuttled by COVID-19. This June their persistence paid off.