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CPSPNG to continue to be the voice and light

Bomana, Port Moresby: The Catholic Professionals Society (CPS) PNG will continue and consolidate its purpose as a voice and light of the Catholic faith, said Mr. Paul Harricknen the President in his closing remarks.


He said, “We are called to serve. We are filling in the void and the CPS PNG is ready for 2023.”


The CPS PNG ended a two-day planning workshop held at Sivarai Namona in Port Moresby where the members reviewed their work thus far and resolved to work on various current national social, economic, environmental, or leadership issues.


They deliberated on the poor educational outcomes and the country’s poor development indicators and planned actions to raise awareness and promote better decision-making at all levels of leadership and authority.


They are committed to advocating and promoting quality education, quality leadership, and PNG’s identity based on its Christian and cultural principles. They will continue to advocate for the protection of the national constitution.


They will continue to support the call for a truly independent and functional Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). Mr. Harricknen said it is not enough for the government to set up institutions and not support them.


They will continue to support the call for a truly independent and functional Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). Mr. Harricknen said it is not enough for the government to set up institutions and not support them.


At the end of the planning workshop, four new members were commissioned and the rest renewed their commitment to support the values and goals of the CPS PNG during a closing Mass celebrated by Fr Giorgio Licini PIME of the Catholic Bishops Conference Secretariat.

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