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Holy Door pilgrimage, Diocese of Gizo
 
If the people can’t go to the Holy Door, the Holy Door goes to the people.

The People of Christ the King Parish, Voruvoru conveyed their thanks to the Holy Father, Pope Francis for initiating the Jubilee year of Mercy. It is timely for those of them who lived in rather isolated places where visitation and other necessary services are lacking to the world outside of them. It has also helped to strengthen their local Catholic communities as well as building the relationship amongst them. The pilgrimage created solidarity in communities. They extended their sincere thanks to Most Rev. Bishop Luciano Capelli SDB of Gizo Diocese for his support by enabling the Holy Door to reach their shore and other parts in the Diocese. Also to the Diocesan Team of Pastoral Animation (DTPA) Led by the Episcopal Vicar General; Fr. Jacob Qetobatu for their hard work and dedication. They live in an unpredictable situation where at times they are unsure of their place in the country as well as in the Church. They know that access to their location is rather difficult, and this has contributed to a larger degree in isolating them from outside communication.

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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.

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Nine Young Boys Complete Come and See.


Nine young boys have successfully completed the Diocesan COME and SEE program at Moli Pastoral Centre.

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Attendances were from Moli, Wagina, Voruvoru, and Taro where most of them wish to accept the invitation from the church.

“After this program, some of them will be recommended to Pre-seminary 2023, and for the time being, those who will go to the Pre-seminary will go home and stay, and work with their Parish Priest and Community. While the other group will continue their secondary study”, said the facilitator Father Jacob Qetobatu.

Father Jacob also challenged other parishes saying that If God calls from these parishes, why not God call people from Gizo and Noro.

The program commenced 18th till the 22nd of July.

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Parish activities, getting in little by little. 

Wagina Island has recorded several positive cases during the outbreak since the community outbreak in their province. More have recovered and now they started to focus ahead on their normal parish activities.

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Current Covid-19 Provincial Outbreak, Change life Situation.


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The current corona outbreak in our province has changed our life situation in our parish said Anthony Telovai, a parish media volunteer from Moli.

“Like many other communities, Moli has faced a lot of challenges since the outbreak of the virus in the provinces”

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St. Peters Sunday school Weekend Rally


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12th to 14th November was one excited Rally for the Sunday school children of the St. Peters Catholic parish Gizo.

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2021 YE Weekend Complete at St. Eugebius Noro 



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This year Youth Encounters (YE) Seminar for the Catholic youths in the Diocese of Gizo has finally come to its completion last weekend 10 October.

The annual program that commenced on July with the facilitators training at Noro and now the YE seminars, took 5 weekends from the month of August until October.

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Celebrate Requiem Mass Nusabaruku. 



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On Saturday 14th of August, the community in Nusabaruka along with the Nuns of the Society of the Visitation, and with Fr Soloko celebrated the Requiem Mass at Nusabaruku. 

The foundress of of the society, Mother, Vincenza, was laid to rest at the society's sanctuary in Italy.

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