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May 10, 2012


Dear Mr. & Mrs. Aranas,

Greetings of peace!

We cordially extend our heartfelt gratitude to you and your office for the invaluable assistance you have extended to the Archdiocese of Palo, in our preparations and during the installation and canonical possession of the fourth Archbishop of Palo, His Grace Most Reverend John Forrosuelo Du, D. D. yesterday, May 9, at the Palo Metropolitan Cathedral.

The reception in Ormoc of the Archbishop and his faithful from Dumaguete and their travel to Palo last May 8 went smoothly. The guests – bishops, priests, religious and lay people alike – enjoyed the simple dinner and short program at the ARCIVU Hall (Palo Metropolitan Cathedral) during the evening. On May 9, the day of the installation itself, we were blessed with a fine weather. The papal nuncio and head of the Diplomatic Corps, His Grace Most Rev. Giuseppe Pinto, D. D., the two cardinals and 61 bishops, and our local government officials graced the installation and canonical possession of Archbishop Du. The luncheon at 12:oo noon was held at Sacred Heart Seminary grounds while cultural presentations entertained our visitors. The whole event was indeed a success thanks to the many persons – thanks to you - who extended their generous assistance.

And for the many other favors you and your office have extended to us, again, thank you very much!

Cordially in Christ,

Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jaime C. Villanueva, H. P
Over-all Chairman
Executive Committee
Installation and Canonical Possession of the New Archbishop…...

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