Bishop Ogé Beauvoir is leaving his appointment as suffragan bishop of Haiti to work for Food for the Poor, an interdenominational relief and development agency working primarily in Latin America and the Caribbean. In a news release on 3/26/15 posted on the Food for the Poor website,
"The Board of Directors for Food For The Poor-Haiti has named Bishop
Ogé Beauvoir as Executive Director/FFP Haiti Office. He will be
responsible for the charity’s operations within the country and provide
a vital link to the organization in the United States. The appointment
is effective on May 1.
He is currently Bishop-in-charge of the Northern Region of the
Episcopal diocese of Haiti, a role he will relinquish when he begins
work with Food For The Poor."
Bishop Beauvoir was ordained bishop in Haiti May 22, 2012.
The Episcopal Church of Haiti, which currently consists of a single diocese, has grown so large that it may soon request to become two dioceses.
AAACK! Well, FFP must be overjoyed, but DioHaiti sure needs him.ReplyDelete
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