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What gives me hope is the opportunity we have had to talk to other Bishops and spouses and to listen to one another. When we listen to all the different stories of the companion bishops from other parts of the world it has given me lots of hope and comfort.
I understand that the problems that I have in my diocese are the same as those in other diocese. What I am taking back to my diocese are specifically three things:
1. The stories and the experience from being here
2. The Plenary sessions which have been very good and from each one of them I am taking back many things to share with the people of my church, and the third one, is gone right now of my mind because of the music, but the two others are the most important.
I am Carlos Lopez-Lozano the Bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Church in Spain.
I am Ana Rodriguez Domingo from the Reformed Episcopal Church in Spain. What gives me hope is that we have been through some very important themes like poverty, enviroment, and the power of abuse. It is very important that we have gone through all these themes together so we have shared all our different experiences and can take them back to our different dioceses.