Grateful to be sent - The speech at the Launching Ceremony of Br. Luong Thanh Tung, C.Ss.R

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GRATEFUL TO BE SENT

The speech at the Launching Ceremony of Br. Luong Thanh Tung, C.Ss.R.

 

Dear superiors, Venerables and religious dignitaries. Dear representatives of the government of all levels, dear faithful of different religions present in the city hall today, as well as watching online.

I am a Redemptorist brother, and on behalf of my religious brothers and sisters who volunteer to serve the patients of Covid-19, I would like to express my thought and feelings.

First, we want to express the joy of serving the patients, those who are suffering because, as Saint Paul the apostle said in the Scripture: Those who give joyfully are loved by God.

We also want to say a little bit of nervousness mixed with anxiety because we all know how the Covid-19 epidemic has raged and how much harm it has done to our people in this city.

Third, I want to express my gratitude, especially toward the doctors and volunteers on the front lines. Not a day goes by that I don't see the images of the doctors, nurses and volunteers at the epidemic centre. And I am touched as well as having love and admiration for such people. In prayer, in the daily Mass, we pray for those people.

We also want to express our gratitude to Archbishop Joseph, members of the diocesan religious committee, our superiors and the city government for creating all the conditions and giving us the opportunity to serve God by serving the sick during the covid pandemic.

We would like to wish all of you full of joy and blessings from heaven. May our sacrifices, efforts and loving-kindness reap good fruits. I wholeheartedly thank you to all of you.


Học viện Thánh Anphongsô, hoc vien DCCT, Tâm tình khi lên đường phục vụ, Thầy Lương Thanh Tùng, thiện nguyện mùa covid, tu sĩ thiện nguyện

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