Reverend Father Hyacinth Arunsi Kalu, the priest of the diocese of Umuahia in Abia state has been laid to rest today in the state, Fr. Hyacinth Arunsi Kalu, who was said to have died on the 26th day of the month of June, news has it that the man of God died after he went to sleep and never woke up, he I said to have died from his sleep.
The entire Priest of the Diocese of Umuahia in Abia state, the Diocese, the family, friends, well wishers and the congregation of St. Anthony's Catholic Parish, Amaekpo Ohafia in Abia State, were in Mourning mood today as the remains of the Fr. Father is laid to rest. Fr. Hyacinth was the parish priest of St. Anthony's Catholic Church.
Rev. Fr. Hyacinth was a lover of God and Humanity, he's a priest in priestly order of Melchizedek of old, he is a minister of the word of God who has touched different people's life, in different ways, he lived an impactful life to the glory of God almighty who has called him to eternal glory.
You short life on earth showed how necessary it is to treat people, and make them feel homely and welcoming as though they are the God you see, you cannot be forgotten in a hurry Padre because your did here on earth will keep speaking for you.
He was described by the Bishop of the diocese of Umuahia, as a man of God who cannot do Without the word of God, his death he described as a huge loss to the entire Diocese and Roman Catholic Churches as a whole.
May his soul and the souls of the departed find rest In the bosom of God Amen.
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