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Youth Leadership Seminar

 

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Thirty Nine Youth leaders from Parishes around the Diocese of Gizo attended the week training Seminar here in Gizo Parish. The program commenced on the 22nd March, with the introduction from participants and warm welcomes from the Parish Priest, Bishop and the facilitators.

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auinatanuqu-apostolagestudentfromnacAre our young people leaving the church?


To share the great dominant experience in life especially for the young people is very helpful.
It is not the youth who are going away from the church,but the church is going away from the youths.The church is slow to understand their tastes and ambitions,dreams and visions,and their ways and means.It has maintained a safe distance from youth and never trusted their fully.In fact the youths are trying to come closer to the church,but their closeness is suspiciously watched by their parents of the church as too radical and difficult. 

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godfreyvagasiLife is a journey

GODFREY VAGASI hails from Moli parish and the 1st of the 2 children of Lupomusi Agata. As a child,he grew up and was taken in care by his grandparents till he attended Choiseul Provincial Secondary School.

However,for Godfrey, life seems difficult for him,especially as he had  to depend much on his grandparent, who were too old to finance him at school. Enough is possible said Godfrey,and with the help of his uncles and relatives he managed to complete his Form 5 Secondary.

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Youth Encounter Workshop held in Noro township

 

27 youths from 5 Parishes, Gizo Diocese successfully attend the 2nd Youth Encounters Workshop, started on 6th to 11th May, aiming to train Youths on how to facilitate the Y.E’s program so that they maybe able to form other youths in their Parish. The Workshop had 12 sessions and Youths have the opportunity to prepared their own sessions for presentation as part of their training skills “ Congratulation” for taking the courage to stand in front of the audience.

The Y.E’s Workshop was facilitated by Fr. Gerome Pelagio and assisted by Joseph Lalaubatu, Sr. Teresa, Sr. Hilder Ebo, Fr. Albert and Fr. Jacob.

The closing program was fall on the Pentecost Sunday which all community gather for thanks given and celebration Mass.

Noro community hosted a feast to end the activities. A great sincerely thanks to our Bishop Luciano Capelli for his availability to attend the closing program. He’s presence highlighted our closing and we thanked him in a very special way for his inspiring message of Love and hope for our young people. Thanks to Noro community for their great support for this program.

 

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Reconciliation and Farewell picnic


On Sunday 14th September was a Reconciliation and Farewell picnic for St. Peter’s Youth at Nusatupe Island.

Gizo Youth PicnicThe activity was organized by Sr. Teresa Tebaia op, assisted by Br. Johnson op and was masted by Br. Pau; Cheka op.
More than 20 youth joined in and most likely to bring back all the old members and new once together as one after being apart for more than 2 months, since the World Youth Day in Sydney.

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Young men on a mission 

 

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Young men on the mission.

A “come and see” program was held early this year.18 young people from our parishes joined in and at the final 12 young people are now doing their study for pre-seminary at NAC, Tenaru. This office understands that the “come and see” seminar commenced on 7th-14th January 2008. The seminar was facilitated by Bishop Luciano Capelli sdb and Fr Gerome.

By Rellysdom Malakana

 

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