Uphold godly principles, students told

Faith

By TONY PALME
ARCHBISHOP Douglas Young of the Catholic Archdiocese of Mt Hagen has called on graduates of Fatima Catholic Tvet (technical and vocational education and training) Community College to uphold Godly principles to create a better world.
He told 144 graduating students at the school’s 49th graduation last Friday.
“Go out with the skills that you have been imparted here (Fatima) and create a better world,” Young said.
“In your place of work, always have a conscious mind. Do everything as if you are doing it for God, not for man.”
He encouraged them to accept criticism to do better in their jobs.
Young also commissioned the school’s newly-built projects, a duplex teachers’ house, water supply, computer laboratory, and a Christian education building that cost about K200,000.
Manager Tony Weldon said the school was not a money making organisation but an institution that trained people to become productive and self-reliant.

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