Fr Tom Nyamanga, Bondo, Western Kenya

These are photos of liturgical items received from Ireland recently. Fr Tom has been recently assigned to a new start up parish in Bondo, near Kisumu Western Kenya. “I’m very grateful for all your help.”

 

Sr Mary Millane, HOLY FAMILY OF BORDEAUX CONGREGATION, South Africa.

“Thank you  for your generous donation which I received this year when I was in Ireland visiting my family; Cord Rosaries and small Pyxs from Mary Naughton RIP, Billy and Mai Whelan RIP, Mary and Martin Reidy RIP and Kitty O’Shea RIP. They will be remembered in my prayers
The Priest and people of the very poor area are grateful for all you do to help us on the Missions. MAY GOD reward your kindness and bless those who are now enjoying the peace that only God can give to those who share with the poor.
Renewed thanks and blessings on all of you.”

 

Fr Joseph Roszyinski SVD, Bishop of Wewak, Papua New Guinea

Wearing a vestment made by the Apostolic Workers, “Gratitude and Good wishes”

Apostolic Works Vestment Kanduanum

 

Fr. Michael Donovan SVD, Papua New Guinea

“The Seminary community here were delighted when they received the Thurible from me yesterday. They gave a round of applause to me and to you for bringing it along. The Mass book has also been sent to the Archbishop in Mount Hagen.
Thanks again to the Apostolic Workers in the Diocese of Killaloe.”

 

St.Patrick’s Missionary Society

“We have received a box full of liturgical vestments, altar cloths, and other liturgical items, along with a Mass box for South Africa, from the Killaloe Apostolic Work. Thank you very much for all your support over the years”

 

Father David Mlemeta, Archdiocese of Dodoma.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your kind consideration for the assistance  for transport purposes. I am so much impressed by the marvellous works you are doing for the church.”

 

Sr. Helen Lenehan, Presentation Sister.

“The generous donation from you, the Killaloe Diocese Apostolic Workers, is used for our feeding programme. We have 16 SP ED children who cannot afford to pay for snacks as they need their little bit of money for the fare to and from school.”

 

Sr. Sally Mounsey, Mururo.

“Thank you for your generosity. I assure you it will be of great help in providing for the rehabilitation of street boys and help give them a better future.”