Federico José Pagura

PAGURA, Federico José. b. Arroyo Secco, Santa Fe, Argentina, 9 February, 1923; d.  Rosario, Santa Fe, 6 June 2016.  Life and Ministry In the second half of the 20th century Federico Pagura was among the most notable leaders of the church in South America and one of the leading authors and translators of congregational hymnody from this continent. Not only was he a pillar of the Evangelical Methodist Church in Argentina; he was also a resilient and compelling voice for human rights (derechos humanos) throughout Argentina and South America, and a leader in the ecumenical movement worldwide.  Converting to Methodism during his adolescence, Pagura served as a normal school teacher. He...

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