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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

CWA NEW LINE-UP 2013 ~ 2015

Julita, SOCCOM Tawau
Tawau : 'There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under heavens' ~ Ecclesiates 3 : 1. The tenure of office of the Catholic Women's Apostolate, Holy Trinity Church for 2011 - 2013 has ended. The General Election for the new line up for a two-year term, 2013-2015 was held on Saturday, 13th April 2013. The event commenced with a Eucharistic celebration at 8.00 am at the Chapel, presided over by Fr David A. Garaman. 
Some 30 members attended the event, held at the Church Basement Hall right after mass. Sr. Liza Augustine FSIC, the Spiritual Adviser to the CWA began the session with a brief introduction of the background of CWA. She also reminded the members of the roles and functions of CWA as well their responsibility to the Church and to one another. She then briefed the  members regarding the purpose and flow of the day's program.
Also present  throughout the program, lending support to CWA were Msgr. Nicholas Ong the rector, Fr. David Garaman the assistant rector, Sr. Liza FSIC, Sr. Rusiah FSIC, Seminarian Christopher Irenius, the PPC Chairman,  Mario Domingo together with his assistant, Stuart Lai and the CWA Coordinator, Marylee Esporton.
The CWA new line up for 2013-2015 of Holy Trinity Parish Tawau
Theresita Ortiz
Assistant Chairlady
Julie Kho
Benedikta Walter
Assistant Secretary
Alesa Bontilo
Erlinda Mu
Assistant Treasurer
Lydia Pagantungan
Clara Alberto
Corazon Rosales
Vergie I
Juliana U
Leona D
Elizabeth Hera
Arnulfa G

The out-going chairlady Mrs Mary Stella has this to say, 'Words cannot express my gratitude to all of you who have given me the support and prayer during the past two years. May you continue to give the same spirit and support to our new chairlady for the good of all of us and the Church.' 

Msgr Ong in his words of advice to the members said that they should give priority to family matters as the family is the basic unit of society, a domestic church.  Once the family is grounded and rooted in faith, the Church will grow and prosper. 
He continued to say, 'You are  not only serving the Church but first and foremost look into the needs of your own family. Strike a balance in all you do. I believe that the spirit of God will be with you all. God Bless.'

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