have given many hours of their time preparing for Moses.
All of you, our benefactors, come out of a situation and struggle for identity. Because it is a work of God, and because the only reward is our heavenly reward for service to the poor, suffering, homeless and dying, you have put aside all personal concerns for profit.
May you be blessed. May you always remember the forgotten ones. VERY REV FATHER RICHARD HO LUNG Missionaries of the Poor Members of the cast of ‘Moses’ thrill the audience at its the recent launch. The volunteers lend their talents to the main fundraising effort that will fund the community outreach of the Missionaries of the Poor in Jamaica. P.J. Stewart WE ALL live in times of massive communication and are bombarded daily by words and body language, with sounds, signs, and expressions. It can be a bewildering noise and one in which the message is frequently not heard.
But a few years ago for me, into this clamour seeped the most beautiful sound. It was as unexpected as it was captivating. The effect was soothing and my heart stopped to listen. It has been listening ever since. The music of Father Ho Lung and the poetry of his songs have been an inspiration for many of my better paintings and my meditations over the last 40 years. So moving and tender are his love duets, so beautiful are the choruses that soar from 50 voices! I am truly grateful that Father Ho Lung’s music has been a presence and a guide in my life. P.J. STEWART Production manager/Set designer