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4 Nominees in Puerto Rico

The Diocese of Puerto Rico has nominated four priests to become its eighth bishop.

The slate includes one priest serving in Manhattan: the Rev. Carla Roland Guzmán, rector of the Church of St. Matthew and St. Timothy. She is co-coordinator of the Latino/a Roundtable of the Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies in Religion at the Pacific School of Religion.

The other three nominees all serve in the Diocese of Puerto Rico:

  • The Rev. César Ramírez Segarra
  • The Rev. Rafael Morales Maldonado
  • The Rev. Luis Fernando Padilla Morales

An election assembly will meet on Dec. 10.

Diocese of Puerto Rico Nominees by TheLivingChurchdocs on Scribd


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