Philip J Pierre extends condolences on passing of Cardinal Felix

Saint Lucia: The Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Philip J Pierre has extended his condolences on the death of the  Archbishop Emeritus of Castries. The Prime Minister shared his condiolences through his social media and said that he was deeply affected by the passing of Cardinal Kelvin Felix.

He highlighted that he had been serving the people of the country especially the catholic population of the Caribbean Region. He was a remarkable man who had been honored for his tireless work for the people with several awards.

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He was the recipient of the highest honor of the Commonwealth of Dominica, the dominica award of honor in 1999. He also served as president of the Antilles Episcopal Conference andthe Caribbean Conference of Churches.

The Cardinal served the people of Saint Lucia for decades as the Archbishop Emeritus of Castries. The catholic priest, although born in Dominica had a profound impact on the life of the people.

Prime Minister Philip J Pierre heard of the news of the passing of Cardinal Felix during the Corpus Christi. He was welcoming Santiago De Wit Guzman, Apostolic Nuncio to the Antilles Episcopal Conference for a courtesy call.

However, at this time PM Pierre heard the devastating news of the passing of Cardinal Kelvin Felix. On getting the news of the passing of the honored soul, the Prime Minister paid him a heartfelt tribute.

In his social media post, where he announced the death and paid his condolences, The Prime Minister also highlighted the work of Cardinal Felix. He highlighted that the Cardinal served Roman Catholic Church, and the people of Saint Lucia with compassion.

He worked in Saint Lucia for several decades and his spiritual guidance and social consciousness had touched many lives. The Prime Minister, Philip J Pierre had also heard some of his sermons and considered himself lucky for it.

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The Prime Minister extended the condolences and grief on behalf of the government and people of Dominica.