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The Archbishop the Most Rev Ian Ernest celebrated the Eucharist on the first Sunday in Advent 2 Dec 2012 , at the Annual Event of the Bishop's Bazaar which Fund raises for St Hugh's Home . Rev Canon S Razafindralambo the Chaplain to the Home organised the Service and various parishes participated and St Clement's Church Choir helped with the uplifting music .
 
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December 2, 2012

[Diocese of Mauritius - Indian Ocean] Pro 13:10 Arrogance causes nothing but trouble. It is wiser to ask for advice.
Pro 13:11 The more easily you get your wealth, the sooner you will lose it. The harder it is to earn, the more you will have.
Pro 13:12 When hope is crushed, the heart is crushed, but a wish come true fills you with joy.
Pro 13:13 If you refuse good advice, you are asking for trouble; follow it and you are safe.
Pro 13:14 The teachings of the wise are a fountain of life; they will help you escape when your life is in danger.
Pro 13:15 Intelligence wins respect, but those who can't be trusted are on the road to ruin.
Pro 13:16 Sensible people always think before they act, but stupid people advertise their ignorance.
Pro 13:17 Unreliable messengers cause trouble, but those who can be trusted bring peace.
Pro 13:18 Someone who will not learn will be poor and disgraced. Anyone who listens to correction is respected.
Pro 13:19 How good it is to get what you want! Stupid people refuse to turn away from evil.
Pro 13:20 Keep company with the wise and you will become wise. If you make friends with stupid people, you will be ruined.
Pro 13:21 Trouble follows sinners everywhere, but righteous people will be rewarded with good things.