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Four women receive papal recognition for service to the Catholic Church

Pope Francis has awarded The Benemerenti Medal to four women for their years of “long and exceptional service” to the Catholic Church.

The recipients are Rhonda Maingot of the Living Water Community, Deborah de Rosia of the Eternal Light Community, Leela Ramdeen of the Catholic Commission for Social Justice, and St Joseph of Cluny Sister Ruth Montrichard, Chair of Servol (Service Volunteered for All).

The papal representative to the Antilles (Apostolic Nuncio), His Excellency Archbishop Fortunatus Nwachukwu made the presentations on Friday morning (September 11) during a private ceremony at the residence of Archbishop’s House in the presence of Archbishop Jason Gordon and Vicar General Fr Martin Sirju.
In brief remarks, Archbishop Gordon told the recipients that they were gifts to the local Church and the medals showed that “the Church recognises you, appreciates you, and thanks you for what you have done for the people of God”. He thanked the quartet for their “long and tireless service” in different ministries of the Archdiocese.

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