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August 30 - The Rev. Rosa M. Brown, Associate for Hispanic Ministries

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TRINITY CATHEDRAL
Episcopal Diocese of Arizona
Phoenix, AZ

Aug 30 2020 · 10mins
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June 14 - The Rev. Rosa M. Brown, Associate for Hispanic Ministries

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TRINITY CATHEDRAL
Episcopal Diocese of Arizona
Phoenix, AZ

Jun 14 2020 · 11mins
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May 17 - The Rev. Rosa M. Brown, Associate for Hispanic Ministries

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TRINITY CATHEDRAL
Episcopal Diocese of Arizona
Phoenix, AZ

May 17 2020 · 10mins
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February 12 - The Rev. Rosa M. Brown, Associate for Hispanic Ministries

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Trinity Cathedral
Episcopal Diocese of Arizona
Phoenix, AZ

February 12: The Rev. Rosa Brown will be preaching Absalom Jones

Absalom Jones was born on November 6, 1746, in a house slave in Delaware. He taught himself to read out of the New Testament, among other books. When sixteen, he was sold to a store owner in
 Philadelphia. There he attended a night school for blacks, operated by Quakers. At twenty, he married another slave, and purchased her freedom with his earnings.


 Jones bought his own freedom in 1784. In 1787, black Christians organized the Free African Society, the first organized Afro-American society, and Absalom Jones and Richard Allen were elected overseers. Members of the Society paid monthly dues for the benefit of those in need. 


 The African Church applied for membership in the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania, and in October 1794 it was admitted as St. Thomas African Episcopal Church. Bishop White ordained
 Jones as deacon in 1795 and as priest on September 21, 1802. St. Thomas Church, Philadelphia, grew to over 500 members during its first year. Known as “the Black Bishop of the Episcopal Church,” Jones was an example of persistent faith in God and in the church as God’s instrument.


 Jones died on February 13th, 1818, in Philadelphia. 

https://www.lectionarypage.net/LesserFF/Feb/AbsJones.html

Feb 12 2020 · 12mins
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October 2 - The Rev. Rosa M. Brown, Vicar, St. John's, Bisbee, AZ & St. Stephen's, Douglas

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Trinity Cathedral
Episcopal Diocese of Arizona
Phoenix, AZ

The Rev. Rosa M. Brown is a native from Costa Rica and a cradle Episcopalian.  Rosa has worked as Priest-In-Charge in the Diocese of Costa Rica.

Prior to her calling  to the Diocese of Arizona as Vicar at St. John’s, Bisbee and St, Stephen’s, Douglas,  Rosa, served as Associate Rector at St. Philip’s in the Hills, Tucson, AZ. , as Vicar at Iglesia de la Magdalena, Glendale, CA and has served as Priest-In-Charge/Hispanic Missioner at St. Paul’s Episcopal Parish, Paterson, NJ, as well as Associate Rector/Hispanic Missioner at Church of Our Saviour in Cincinnati, OH.

Rosa is a graduate of Seminario Biblico Latinoamericano (Costa Rica) and General Theological Seminary in New York, where she received a Master of Divinity Degree and Master in Sacred Theology.  Ordained to the Holy Orders in November 1994, Rosa became the first women ordained to the Priesthood in Costa Rica.

Oct 02 2019 · 12mins