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Migrants urged to be missionaries

HONG KONG (SE): Bishop Michael Yeung Ming-cheung, bishop of Hong Kong, called on migrant workers to be missionaries and bear witness to God in their daily lives during the annual migrants’ day celebration on Mission Sunday at Christ the King Chapel in Causeway Bay on October 22.
 
Over 600 migrant workers gathered for the Mass which was concelebrated by nine priests working for the Filipino, Indonesian, Indian, Sri Lankan and Vietnamese communities in Hong Kong. 
 

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Mission Sunday

THIS SUNDAY THE Church marks Mission Sunday, or the beginning of Mission Week, a celebration that extends from Sunday to Sunday. In some countries, October is dedicated as Mission Month and is four weeks of focus on the life of the Church in other lands, as well as a time of reflecting on our relationship with them and offering support to those who struggle financially.

In this sense, it is one way the Church in wealthier countries can share with its brothers and sisters in poorer parts of the world.








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A call to strong faith witness within the family

HONG KONG (SE): The joy of being an effective and credible witness to the faith within the family was the focus of two programmes held by the diocese of Hong Kong to mark Mission Sunday on October 4 and October 18. The theme of the two-day programme was, We are one family.

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