Rally Reminds Mothers to be Close to the Church.
About 60 women from the St. Joseph Moli Parish, Sacred Heart of Jesus Wagina Parish and Nusabaruku women of St. Peters Gizo parish successfully ended their 4 days program at Wagina parish.
Missionaries’ Visitation Calls On.
Missionaries visiting Moli, Taro, and Nila parishes have shown that the call was for all parishes to continue to have responsibility for the Church of God here in our diocese.
Their visitation revealed the bishop’s emphasis on having more priests and Religious for our diocese. Though the church has struggled to shape up more seminarians and outcomes we have few, but their presence has shown the bishop’s love for our church to fill up those gaps to build the Body of Christ.
These are the Sisters of the Servants of the Lord and the Vision of Matara, Sr. Roucia SSUM, Sr. Sponsa SSUM, Sr. Alborada SSUM, and Fr. Ruel from the Word Incarnate.
They were welcomed by the Students, Staff, and parishioners from our three parishes last month. They traveled on the boat MV Galilee from the 1st to the 9th of October.
They are now currently living and serving at the Sacred Heart of Jesus parish in Wagina.
30 Confirmation Candidates, Wagina.
30 candidates for confirmation have received their confirmation at Wagina during the visitation of Bishop Luciano Capelli sdb on 26 June.
Witnessed by the parishioners more have congratulated the children for accepting the Holy Spirit and being part of the member of the church; reminding them of the ability to practice their Catholic faith in every aspect of their lives and to witness Christ in every situation.
Bishop’s visitation also highlights his visit to the islands where he celebrated Mass, met people, and witness the community’s livelihood.
Parish Moli Launch Family Year.
St Joseph parish Moli launched the year of the family this 16 Sunday, July.
With the theme for the program “Evangelize and Evangelization families; salt and light of the society”, the launching was started with the procession from the priest’s house to the church before the Eucharistic Mass celebration commenced.
Parish Priest’s simple message challenge parishioners.
St. Don Bosco parish community at Rabakela has welcomed their parish priest for his pastoral dedication during one of his visitations to that area during the month of Mother Mary, which was on the month of May last month.
Sunday Eucharistic Mass in villages.
Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus in the provincial capital Taro more people have accepted the Eucharistic Mass celebration in their village. Posting online the Moli people groups Mr. Anthony Telovai a parish media volunteer said that the changes were to avoid further transmission to villages.