Unitarian Universalism gaining popularity in Latin America.
Because many of the delegates had discovered Unitarian Universalism
via the Internet, and started meeting informally with other religious
liberals, much of the conference was devoted to familiarizing participants
with UU traditions and worship. Workshops covered topics such as UU history,
leadership, and maintaining healthy congregations.
The conference, organized by the International Council of Unitarian
Universalists, with support from the UUA Denominational Grants Program
and several donors, was a big success, said Jaume de Marcos, a Spanish
UU. "Participants proved to be strongly committed to Unitarian Universalism
and the cause of liberal religion, even those who had learned about our
faith only recently."
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