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Father Lawrence installed as Monaco’s Anglican parish priest

Father Lawrence installed as Monaco’s Anglican parish priest

By Staff Writer - June 28, 2018

Following his formal induction on Saturday, June 23, Father Lawrence will be the permanent Chaplain and priest for five years or more at Monaco’s Anglican Church.

Bishop Robert and Archdeacon Meurig were joined in the service by Monaco’s Monseigneur Barsi and Père Keppel.

Anglican priests from Marseille to Menton joined in the ceremony to welcome Monaco’s new priest. A large number of St. Paul’s members swelled the congregation for this special occasion.

A lovely reception was held following the service in the Parish Hall. Prosecco and delicate finger foods were abundant and members of the local Anglican community greatly enjoyed a festive buffet.

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