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3 weeks ago

Apostleship of the Sea Canada

When I look back the last four days I can't believe how dare I have done alone cross provinces and country drive, about three thousand kilometres.
I had started off around 2.00p.m on Thursday to visit the first port at Trois-rivieres (171km) and then to the port of Quebec another 100Km.
Staied overnight and the following morning drove to Fredericton another 586Km.
Saturday morning drove to Halifax another 450Km. Sunday morning drove back to Fredericton and in the afternoon drove to Lewistown Main USA covering total of 1050Km. Monday morning drove back home and reached home about the time I left on Thursday.
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3 weeks ago

Apostleship of the Sea Canada

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3 weeks ago

Apostleship of the Sea Canada

The third day of my mission of visiting the Maritime region also unsuccessfully completed. This morning I drove down from Fredericton to Halifax. Met the Chaplain Fr.Brian. He received me well and offered me Cardinal's room for the overnight stay. After having a short meeting with him I had gone to the Seafarers center along with Deacon Daniel who is our associate chaplain. We had a very good discussion with Maggie the Anglican Chaplain about our activities and the history of the Seafarers mission. We had lunch together in a restaurant. In the evening I had visitted the Maritime museum. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

Apostleship of the Sea Canada

This afternoon I had started off from Montreal my Summer visit to ports and chaplains in Quebec and Maritime regions. First I had visitted Deacon Paul Racete at Three Rivers and proceeded to Quebec. I had met with the port Chaplain Fr.Regeen Luasier at St.Patricks. The CWL President Marie joined us to visit the Seafarers center. There we had a discussion about the possibility of providing CWL volunteers. We had said a prayer for the seafarers and blessed all the seafarers who had come over. Whatever I had planned for the day was successfully completed. ... See MoreSee Less

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Last Sunday though only four seafarers attended the mass. But the speciality was a woman Filipino Seafarer participated. She was so happy that she had the opportunity to take up the reading and receive communion after a long time. ... See MoreSee Less

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