venerdì, luglio 26, 2013

 

Cardinal Leonardo Sandri Visits St. Peter Diocese

Photo by Kaldaya.net. Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, Mar Sahar Jammo, Mar Bawai Soro

On Wednesday, July 24, 2013, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches in the Roman Curia, visited St. Peter Chaldean Catholic Cathedral. His Eminence spent the afternoon visiting the different parishes and centers of St. Peter Diocese in San Diego.
His visit began at St. Peter Cathedral with Benediction of the Eucharist. The church was filled with faithful, including members of the different groups and sodalities of the parish, as well as the Chaldean Scouts who saluted the Cardinal as he processed into the church.
Afterward, His Eminence was given a tour of the Chaldean Media Center. Each of the divisions presented their projects and accomplishments. The rest of his visit included a tour of the Convent of the Daughters of Mary Immaculate Conception, the Convent of the Our Lady of the Fields, the Seminary of Mar Abba the Great and St. Michael's Parish. His visit was a blessing to our parishes, institutions and Diocese.

Cardinal Sandri Visits Chaldean Seminary and Convents

After visiting St. Peter Cathedral and the Chaldean Media Center, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri was taken to see the Chaldean Seminary and Convents. His tour began with a visit to the convent of the Chaldean Sisters, Daughters of Mary Immaculate Conception. After spending a few moments in prayer in their beautiful chapel, His Emminence was then taken to visit the Convent of Our Lady of the Fields, where the Diocesan Sisters of the Workers of the Vineyard welcomed the Cardinal with a hymn to Our Lady. Afterward, Cardinal Sandri took the short walk next door to the Seminary of Mar Abba the Great. The Cardinal prayed with the Seminarians in their Chapel before leaving for St. Michael's Church where he met with the clergy. His visit ended with a tour of the Bishopric. Though his visit was very short, the clergy and faithful of St. Peter Diocese were honored by the visit of His Eminence, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri.

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