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IEAB mourns the death of Jaci Maraschin

Jaci Corréia Maraschin (1929-2009): priest, poet, and theologian.
The Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil (IEAB) is greatly saddened to announce the passing of one of its most illustrious members. Ardent defender of liberty, inclusiveness, the ordination of women, and creativity in hymns and liturgy, Rev. Maraschin was born in Bagé, State of Rio Grande do Sul, where from an early age he began to put his talents to work for the church.
He was a youth leader at his home parish, Matriz do Crucificado, and a leader of the monthly publication Flámula ("Flame") for young people in the
church. He entered seminary in Porto Alegre in 1951 and was made a deacon in 1953 at Igreja da Ascensão in Porto Alegre. The year thereafter he was
ordained a priest and went to study at General Theological Seminary in New York. As soon as he returned to Brazil, in 1956, he was put in charge of
coordinating Christian education and began to teach at the Theological Seminary of Brazil, ambitio…

drops of rain no Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

via A green leaf and drops of rain I want to represent the hope of the Iranian people against violence and tyranny of state. Green for hope and drops of water representing the life that insists on being successful.
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flower to those in pain!

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