Youth group honours elders

By Ilia L. Likou ,

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The Sisters at the Home of the Aged expressed their heartfelt thanks to the Vikaliatu Apia for their generous donation.

The Sisters at the Home of the Aged expressed their heartfelt thanks to the Vikaliatu Apia for their generous donation. (Photo: Misiona Simo)

The Apia Vikaliatu visited the Home of the Aged at Mapu-i-fagalele yesterday bearing gifts and food.

The   four parishes within the Vikaliatu region include, Matautu and Leonē, St Anthony, Taufusi, Togafu’afu’a, Saleufi and Vaimoso.

Father Losi Numia told the Samoa Observer the donation is an ongoing programme of their youth.

“We are in Lent season, so the three pillar of Lent are, give, prayer and fasting,” Father Losi said.

The youth of four parishes provided gifts and food as well as entertainment for the residents at Mapuifagalele.
The youth of four parishes provided gifts and food as well as entertainment for the residents at Mapuifagalele.
The youth of four parishes provided gifts and food as well as entertainment for the residents at Mapuifagalele.
The youth of four parishes provided gifts and food as well as entertainment for the residents at Mapuifagalele.
The youth of four parishes provided gifts and food as well as entertainment for the residents at Mapuifagalele.
The youth of four parishes provided gifts and food as well as entertainment for the residents at Mapuifagalele.

“Having the opportunity to walk the talk and act on it is very important on our spiritual walk, for actions speak louder than words.

“This is something we do every year and we pray God protect those people in care at Mapuifagalele  and add more years to their lives.”

The Sisters at the Home of the Aged expressed their heartfelt thanks to the Vikaliatu Apia for their generous donation.

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