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Rev. Onell A. Soto

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Archbishop and Mrs, 30 April 2006 [cached]
Rev. Onell Soto, Acting Director of Communications for the Anglican Communion, contributed to this story.
Saint Raphael's Episcopal Church: About Us, 20 Feb 2006 [cached]
Blessing of the Shrimp Fleet, February 24, 2008: Bishop Soto, Assisting Bishop of Southeast Florida, will join us for this annual event (See below, BLESSING OF THE FLEET).
The Rt.Rev. Onell A. Soto, retired bishop of Venezuela, was born in Cuba in 1932.Bishop Soto has a long career as communicator and missionary.He has founded and edited four mission publications and at present he publishes a column in Nuevo Siglo, the international paper of the Latin American Council of Churches.The column, Rapidísimas, is also sent through the Internet.Bishop Soto, a 1964 graduate of the School of Theology of the University of the South at Sewanee, has served in Ecuador, El Salvador and Venezuela.For 10 years he was Mission Information Officer at the Episcopal Church Center in New York.Before his final retirement in 2001, he served for seven years as assistant bishop of the dioceses of Atlanta and Alabama.In 2002 he served for three months as acting director of the office of communication of the Anglican Communion in London, England. His wife, Nina, is editor of Día a Día, the Spanish version of Forward's Day by Day.The Sotos live in Doral, Florida, and have four children and five grandchildren. Bishop Soto has served as Interim Minister at St. James-in-the-Hills, Hollywood, and St. Luke's Church, Miami. Last year he was elected vice president of the Florida Council of Churches.
Birmingham Post-Herald, 14 Aug 2000 [cached]
The church needs to provide (Hispanics) with a community where they can realize their full potential, said Rev. Onell A. Soto, the assistant bishop at the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama.Soto, who moved to the U.S. from Cuba in 1960, also has served as bishop of Venezuela.
Hispanics move to the United States for the same reasons the Europeans did in the 19th century, Soto said.Sometimes we tend to look at a community and say how different they are, he said.That is not true.They want the best for their children.They want education.they be hard-working..
The Advocate, December 2002, 1 Dec 2002 [cached]
Rev. Onell Soto, acting Director of Communications for the Anglican Communion, tells of the first generation experience of Hispanics in America, and makes a case for a missionary opportunity.
Bishop Curry headlines 108th Diocesan Convention, 1 June 2002 [cached]
Rev. Onell Soto, acting Director of Communications for the Anglican Communion, tells of the first generation experience of Hispanics in America, and makes a case for a missionary opportunity.
Hispanic ministry at home - The Diocese of Lexington has recently formed the Hispanic Ministry Commission.Some of its short term and long term goals are presented.
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