His Eminence shows confidence in front-line workers of Greek Welfare Centre


His Eminence Archbishop Makarios visited the front-line workers and management of the Greek Welfare Centre in Newtown, Sydney on Thursday 21st May.

His Eminence spoke cordially with the Director, Mr. Steve Magdalopoulos, and with management and staff of the Centre, thanking everyone for their strong dedication they show in performing their God-pleasing work.

“To find people who truly believe in what they do and to do it with all their heart is not easy,” he said.

Ο Σεβασμιώτατος Αρχιεπίσκοπος Αυστραλίας κ.κ. Μακάριος, επισκεπτόμενος τα κεντρικά γραφεία του Ελληνικού Κέντρου…

Posted by Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia on Friday, May 22, 2020

Furthermore, he expressed his confidence in the people who are at the front-line of service of the holy Archdiocese’s organisation, characteristically stating that “I feel very blessed and fortunate to have you. And I also feel very secure because I know that the work that you do, you perform it correctly.”

His Eminence Archbishop Makarios assured the Centre’s management and staff that he is and will continue to be by their side during this crisis and beyond.

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