Mary’s Pilgrimage Praise.

Our parishes have received more expressions of gratitude from our parishioners for Mary's pilgrimage around parishes during The month May.

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They claimed that the program was successfully launched from the beginning to the conclusion. They added that the colorful activities involved everyone traveling with Mary's sculpture, signifying her presence as she traveled across rivers, over valleys and mountains, and along the coastal areas.

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Others who are far away from their parish have followed social media and have been blessed seeing only the pictures are also part of the event giving out their congratulation and asking Mama Mary for prayer for intercession.

Others observed that Mary's pilgrimage made it possible for people who couldn't be there, like the elderly and disables, to participate in the festivities and asked Mary to intercede on their behalf.

In addition, people who are unable to participate in Eucharistic celebrations have sensed Mary's call and seen that the church is alive.

In summary, Mary’s pilgrimage carries both religious and symbolic meanings, emphasizing faith, devotion, and connection to the Divine.

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20 Girls Attend a Day Formation.

Twenty (20) young girls were involved in the Come and See program for girls from Christ the King and St. Dominic parishes. They participated successfully in a formation program that began on May 20th.

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Two Dominican sisters, namely Srs. Leonie and Clausina Pitamama were in charge of the program, and reporting from St. Dominic Sirovanga parish, Chris said that the program was enhanced by these sisters, who encouraged these young girls to integrate various spiritual practices such as contemplative prayer, meditation, and silence.

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He said that a similar program for boys is planned for June. He continued by saying that the formation program's target audience is for other parishes in Choiseul Province.

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Youth Noro Involvement Praise.

The St. Eusebius youth were praised for their continuous involvement in events that kept them close to the church.

They continue to be involved with little ones in sports, and once a week they go around Noro Township collecting trash to beautify the main street.

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They had their fellowship with families at their homes on Sunday the 7th of April, they visited the Noro clinic on the 14th, and were commended for their amazing Passion of the Cross dramatization on Easter Friday.

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Parishioners also praised the members of the Good Samaritan Group who share in Guanellian    Mission at Noro for their mission to provide a place for young people to connect them with God, develop relationships with others, learn about themselves and their faith, and develop skills for living a Christ-centered life.

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PTA Moli Holds First Meeting.

On Wednesday, February 7th, the Parents Teachers Association (PTA) of St. Joseph Moli Primary School held its inaugural meeting.

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 Anthony, a volunteer for the parish media, reported from Moli and stated that their meeting was predicated on reviewing their financial report for 2023 as well as the entirety of the school's development plan for this year and their projected budgets, etc.

A one-day meeting was presided over by the chairman and the headmaster.

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Voruvoru take Initiative to Clean Bangara RHC.

Voruvoru youths took the initiative to clean up the Bangara Rural Health Clinic on the 3rd of February as part of their program said Fr. Thomas Pata who is currently serving the parish.

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Although the number of young people in the parish has decreased, many are enrolled in secondary education, and others have left, but their involvement in its programs and communities inspired them.

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Fr. Thomas lists their responsibilities as managing the clinic for the upcoming year, helping to establish the community secondary school, and constructing the new parish church building.

So, starting off with Bangara Rural Health Center has given a positive sign for these youths, said Fr. Thomas.

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Nine Graduates at St. Peters Urban Training Center.

Nine students from St. Peters Urban Training School received their Certificates on Thursday, October 19th, at St. Peters Hall in Gizo.


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New Bishop Install for Diocese of Gizo

Catholic Diocese of Gizo now has a new Bishop, Most Rev. Bishop Peter Houhou who was installed at St. Peter Cathedral Gizo on Sunday 27th of August 2023 by the Nuncio, His Excellency, Most Reverend Archbishop Fermin Emilio Sosa Rodriguez.

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 Brief History of Late Fr. Simon Suvenava OP.

We heard the sad news of the passing away of Fr. Simon Suvenava OP. He died on the 20th of July at about 3.30 after a fall in the priest's house at Sirovanga. Let us be one in our prayers for Him. He lately was feeling very weak and has been in the hospital both in Honiara and Gizo. During the last month's retreat, he had dengue fever.

LET US IMITATE HIS PASTORAL ZEAL and cheerfulness in life.

Fr. Simon intercedes for us.

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