|NOTICE FROM ARCHBISHOP HARRIS – Dec 16|
According to the established practice of our Church, before a person can be ordained to the priesthood or the diaconate, an investigation of the requisite qualities of the one to be ordained must be carried out.(Canon 1051, 1 ̊ & 2 ̊).
In this Archdiocese, the custom has been to ask the People of God through the Catholic News whether or not they are privy to any information which would be an obstacle to the ordination of the candidate for ordination.
Mr Simon Rostant of the parish of Our Lady of Montserrat, Tortuga, having completed the requisite courses and formation, now asks to be ordained to the Permanent Diaconate. Through this medium I now ask the People of God of this Archdiocese whether there are any reasons why Mr Simon Rostant should not be ordained to the Permanent Diaconate. If such a reason exists, the person supplying the information is to make an appointment with the Archbishop to discuss such.
+ Joseph Harris,
Archbishop of Port of Spain
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