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Wilfredo Benitez

Rector

Saint Anselm

HQ Phone:  (541) 752-3734

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Saint Anselm

2615 Arnold Way

Corvallis, Oregon,97330

United States

Company Description

We are dedicated to exploring and practicing an intelligent faith which honors the intellect and uses it as a divine gift. We use the Episcopalian tradition as the foundation of our worship and our exploration in the conviction that it is a religious perspecti...more

Background Information

Employment History

President

OC Interfaith Council


Affiliations

Progressive Christians Uniting

Board Member


activist organization

Member of the Middle East Task Force


St. Anslem of Canterbury

Founder


Education

Bachelor of Arts degree

Sociology

Universidad InterAmericana de Puerto Rico


Master of Divinity degree

General Theological Seminary


Master of Science in Education degree

Cross-Cultural Counseling

Bank Street College of Education


Web References(37 Total References)


The team | In Darfur | Living Ubuntu

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Wilfredo Benitez describes himself as a parish priest, activist, and an artist.
He is the current rector of St. Anselm of Canterbury Episcopal (Anglican) Church, in Garden Grove, California. He is actively involved in interfaith peace and justice work. Prior to ordination to the priesthood in 1991, Wilfredo was engaged in a career involving counseling and community organizing, in the city of New York. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Sociology from the Universidad InterAmericana de Puerto Rico; a Master of Science in Education degree with a concentration in Cross-Cultural Counseling from the Bank Street College of Education, in New York City; and a Master of Divinity degree from the General Theological Seminary, also in New York City. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Progressive Christians Uniting, and is a member of the Middle East Task Force of the Episcopal Diocese of L.A. and other activist organizations.


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Social Justice Award: Reverend Wilfredo Benitez, Rector of Saint Anselm
Dan Choi, California Democratic Party Vice Chair, Eric Bauman, Equality California Marriage Director Marc Solomon, Rev. Wilfredo Benitez, and Rev. Lillian Lobb will be honored.


American Muslim Perspective » Muslim groups appalled by ‘Irvine 11’ guilty verdict

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"It's a tragic and disgraceful day in the history of Orange County," said Rev. Wilfredo Benítez, who serves as rector of St. Anselm of Canterbury Episcopal Church in Garden Grove.


ECCOPAC

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Rev. Wilfredo Benitez, Founder St. Anslem of Canterbury (Garden Grove)
Social Justice Award: Reverend Wilfredo Benitez, Rector of Saint Anselm Dan Choi, California Democratic Party Vice Chair, Eric Bauman, Equality California Marriage Director Marc Solomon, Rev. Wilfredo Benitez, and Rev. Lillian Lobb will be honored.


ggjournal.com

Fr. Wilfredo Benitez of St. Anselm's Episcopal Church in Garden Grove said that he was very excited to hear the news of the ruling.
"From my perspective, it's a good thing. St. Anselm's is very open and affirming . . . the Episcopal Church in general is very supportive of the LGBT community," said Benitez, "I would say that marriage should be available to everyone [legally] and that this will in no way devalue marriage." Benitiez said that there are some gay and lesbian couples who attend St. Anselm's and he suspects that they may want to pursue marriage in the future, now that it may become an option.


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