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October 21, 2013   •   VOL. 51, NO. 18   •   Oakland, CA
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Carmelites heart of life in the diocese
Chautauqua XVIII
 

The Unity Chorus at Chautauqua XVIII — 70 voices strong, under the direction of Ariel Mayormita — offered songs in the languages of the communities represented at the Oct. 12 "gathering of people" at St. Jarlath Church in Oakland.
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A representative of the Tongan community, left, presents the bread and wine to Bishop Michael C. Barber, SJ, while the Unity Chorus sang a traditional Fijian hymn, "Na Madrai Oqo," meaning "This Bread." "The Church is One," the bishop said in his homily. "This is our home. This is where we truly belong." A young member of the Nigerian-Igbo community, right, carries a Blessed Virgin Mary icon. More than 2,000 Catholic Nigerians make their home in the Bay Area.

Chautauqua XVIII—the gathering of people of the ethnic ministries and pastoral centers – began with a procession in honor of Mary Queen of the World.

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