Sacred Heart of Jesus
Missionary Diocese of the
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The Missionary Diocese of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is an extra territorial oversight and ministerial body based out of the state of Florida, USA. Regardless of geographical location our diocese is open to, and is willing, to provide clergy and lay people from around the world Episcopal oversight.
We are part of the International Anglican Orthodox Episcopal Communion and we additionally serve the communion by facilitating communications with dioceses and churches in Latin America.
We are fully devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and we seek to imitate the Heart of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior as we interact and minister to all people.
We believe that the Heart of Jesus Christ is full of mercy, and so we seek to imitate Christ’s Heart by expressing mercy to those around us. For that reason, as we share the message of salvation with all people, we strive to do so with love and compassion.
We also believe that the Heart of Jesus has an immense love for all of humanity, so we share Christ’s compassion with all people regardless of race, nationality, social class, religion or whatever stance in life.
In addition, we believe that the Heart of Jesus is full of justice; therefore, wherever there is injustice, the Missionary Diocese of the Sacred Heart of Jesus will find ways to intercede for those who suffer from injustice.
The Missionary Diocese of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is bound by the love and compassion of the Sacred Heart of Jesus to stand with the oppressed, the abused, and those who are discriminated against. We believe on speaking against injustice and we will advocate for those who do not have a voice. We will accomplish our mission by preaching the Gospel with words, and by preaching with action.
In particular, the Missionary Diocese of the Sacred Heart of Jesus will purposely:
1) Support and speak loudly for the Persecuted Church around the world by daily fervent prayer, and by frequently making local congregations aware of Christian persecution. Furthermore, the diocese will join forces with organizations that currently provide aid and advocacy to persecuted Christians.
2) Support minorities of every kind by establishing outreach operations that can enable, build up, inspire and guide those who are at a disadvantage because they are part of a minority group. Efforts will be made to feed and clothe minorities or disadvantaged groups, and we will make efforts to provide them with some form of education …