VISALE Parish men’s group is looking forward to mark Saint Joseph the worker’s day next month.
The group consisted of 25 men who are members of Visale parish men’s mission.
West Guadalcanal stringer John Toki said the group held their second meeting on Sunday to plan their first program for this year.
Toki said, Visale men’s group was formed in February and are preparing to mark Saint Joseph the worker’s day which will be held on the first of May.
“The chairman of the group during the meeting highlighted to the members to work together with the community and the church.”
Toki said, according to the men’s group the aim is to develop and maintain responsibility lay-leadership that focuses on long term viability of the parish and encourages all members to share their gifts.
Meanwhile, the feast of St. Joseph was established by Pope Pius XII in 1955 in order to Christianize the concept of labour and give to all workmen a model and a protector.
The day is marked by Catholic Christians.
By TRIXIE CARTER