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Vatican conducts a worldwide survey on how parishes deal with sensitive issues

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  1. JONATHAN - SOMI MARK
    11 months ago

    PARISHIONERS OF ST MARY'S PARISH - ULGA.. NEBILYER DEANARY - MOUNT HAGEN ARCHDIOCESE, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, ARE GOING WITHOUT A CATHOLIC PRIEST FOR TWO YEARS NOW. THEY ARE MISSING OUT ON ALL SACRAMENTS....

    ULGA PARIS IS A HISTORICAL PARISH... THE PARISH IS GOING INTO ITS EIGHT YEARS OF EXISTANCE...

    THE ISSUE BEING THE FACT THAT - - LOCAL CUSTOMARY LAND OWNERS DO NOT CLAIM THE LAND BACK BUT ARE REQUESTING TO THE PARISHIONERS TO PAY FOR THEIR DAMAGES OF PROPERTY & RELOCATE THEM BECAUSE, THEIR ONLY LAND HAS BEEN GIVEN AWAY TO THE CHURCH BY THE FOREFATHERS. THAT MISSION LAND NEEDS TO BE DEVELOPED INTO A TECHNICAL SECONDARY SCHOOL...

    I THINK, THE PARISH PRIEST AND THE ARCHBISHOP ARE IGNORANT OF THE CATHOLIC FAITH..ESPECIALLY THE SACRAMENTS THAT MORE THAN A THOUSAND CATHOLIC BELEIVERS ARE MISSING... THE CHURCH IS LOOSING CATHOLIC PEOPLE... PLEASE POPE FRANCIS AND OTHER RESPONSIBLE BODIES PLEASE DO ASSIST...

    IM PLEASED TO DISCUSS MORE ON THE MATTER ABOVE...

    REGARDS, BLESSINGS AND GREETINGS FROM PAPUA NEW GUINEA..

    JONATHAN

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