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Fmr Fatima student, parishioner ordained in US

Fr David Darryl Wong with his mother, Doris and brother, Dr Derek Wong following his ordination. Photo courtesy Dawn Jenkins-Wong

Trinidadian Deacon David Darryl Wong was ordained a Diocesan priest by Bishop Peter Libasci of Manchester together with Deacon Adrian Frackowiak at the Cathedral of St Joseph, Manchester, New Hampshire, USA on Saturday, June 1.

Bishop Libasci congratulated and welcomed Frs Wong and Frackowiak to the priesthood and said, “This is a joyous moment for the Catholic Church in New Hampshire. These fine young men are witnesses to the prayerful devotion and commitment required of one aspiring to the priesthood. I am grateful to those who have fostered the vocations of Revs Wong and Frackowiak throughout their lives, and for the blessing of their priestly vocations.”

Fr Wong, a past student of Fatima College and a former parishioner of Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Curepe is the son of Doris and the late Everard Wong.

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