|Hospitality ministry celebrates 7 years - Jul 22|
|2012 - News|
|Friday, 20 July 2012 14:27|
Commit to being messengers of love, and put that love into action in your ministries.
Vicar General Msgr Robert Llanos issued the challenge to those involved in the Archdiocesan National Hospitality Ministry as they celebrated their seventh anniversary with Holy Mass on July 14 at St Charles Borromeo Church, Tunapuna.
Several parish Hospitality ministries attended the event though some were few in numbers but large at heart. Msgr Llanos was the main celebrant in the absence of Archbishop Joseph Harris; concelebrants were Tunapuna parish priest Fr Reginald Hezekiah, Fr Kenneth Assing, Fr Wilfred John and Msgr Michael de Verteuil. St Charles parish choir led the singing and music.
After Mass, Mennen Walker-Briggs, one of the founders of the ministry, reminded all of its important aspects. She spoke of the formation of the National Hospitality Ministry and its current and future plans.
The Ministry’s next event will be their annual spiritual retreat on September 8 at Mary Immaculate Queen of the Universe Church, Bourg Mulatresse. - Diana John
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