President of the Honduras National Assembly: The Rev. Maria Consuelo Cartagena
Country Liaison and National Chaplain: The Rev. Connie Sanchez
In 1996, Linda Smoak introduced the Order to Honduras; since then chapters have been formed by Rev. Connie Sanchez, Rev. Maria Consuelo Cartagena, Diana Frade, Jeannie Loving and other Daughters.
In 2012, on November 3, the first National Assembly was held at Cristo Redentor in Tegucigalpa.
US Triennial 2015
National President Pam Runyon presents the President's plaque to the Rev. Maria Cartagena
The National President from Honduras, the Rev. Maria Cartagena (left) and the National Chaplain, The Rev. Connie Sanchez(right) carry their banner in the
closing Eucharist procession
The first National Council of the Honduras Assembly which was
instituted on November 3, 2012 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Great turn out for the first Assembly
2nd Daughters of the King® Assembly in Honduras December 2013
In April 2013, a DOK retreat was held to motivate inactive chapters
and inspire the formation of new ones. Over 75 women came
to the retreat held in the northern part of Honduras.
On September 16, 2012 Barbara Boghetich instituted the Deborah en Fe Chapter
of The Daughters of the King® in Iglesia San Pablo, San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
It was a beautiful service. The inside of the church is a light blue and
many of the women wore light blue blouses. The fourteenth candidate
was in bed with Dengue Fever, a very bad flu carried by mosquitoes.
Her cross was blessed and the president later admitted her.