In this diocese there are several indigenous peoples and communities that enrich the history of our country: Mestizos, Garífunas, Ramas, Misquitos, Mayagnas and Creoles whose culture and customs enhance history.
In the diocese, several languages are also spoken: Miskito, Rama, English Creole and Spanish.
The terrain is very adventurous: hills, rivers, mountain ranges, and small towns are all part of the beautiful landscape, which can be admired by those who travel the different places in buses, boats, boats, or on foot, crossing hand-made bridges to get from one place to another.
Bishop Mons. Pablo Schmitz
He was ordained to the priesthood on September 3, 1970, as a priest and friar for the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin. Pope John Paul II appointed him auxiliary bishop of the Apostolic Vicariate of Bluefields on June 22, 1984.
He was then appointed bishop on September 17, 1984 by Bishop Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo (titular Archbishop of Pandosia).
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Spanish and English Creole
Constituted Diocese on
December 2, 1913