PASTORAL LETTERS - BISHOP KENNETH

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PASTORAL LETTER NO.1

Letter to New Flock

Looking forward to being your bishop, I wanted to write you a short letter to express my deep joy and hope as I prepare to meet with you, to pray with you, and to journey together with you as your Pastor, in Christian discipleship and fellowship...

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PASTORAL LETTER NO.4

Second Letter in Response to Covid-19

We may have become physically isolated from one another and discouraged from gathering together, yet we must unite and gather together spiritually through prayer. Our faith must continue to unite us...

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PASTORAL LETTER NO.7

Concerning the COVD-19 Vaccination

The development of a vaccine against COVID-19 presents an important breakthrough in protecting others as well as oneself form the virus; a virus which has not only caused a global pandemic and led to a huge loss of life but has also placed a great burden on healthcare workers and systems.

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PASTORAL LETTER NO.2

Lenten Letter

My dear friends, we are entering into the time of Great Lent, the forty-day period during which the Church invites us to prepare ourselves properly for Easter...  what are some of the things that we can do to prepare ourselves for Holy Pascha?

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PASTORAL LETTER NO.5

For the Sunday of All Saints of Rus-Ukraine

The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, has become for us a particular occasion for celebration as from the 4th July 2020... places of worship will be allowed to open their doors to public services...

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PASTORAL LETTER NO.8

Concerning the COVD-19 Vaccination - No.2

In my letter of 11 December 2020, I made the statement that, “As soon as the vaccine becomes available for me, I will, without hesitation, take part in the immunisation program...” [and] two days ago I received an invitation to register for the COVID-19 vaccination and I accepted it.   

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PASTORAL LETTER NO.3

In Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic

I hope to be able to offer you all the spiritual encouragement you need and advice on how to continue to keep God and his church at the centre of our lives...

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PASTORAL LETTER NO.6

106th World Day of Migrants & Refugees

This year, Pope Francis has chosen the theme “Forced Like Jesus Christ to Flee” and is asking us to focus on the pastoral care of internally displaced persons.