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Power of prayer keeps cyclones away, says RAC head

Wednesday 12 April 2017 | Published in Local

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Power of prayer keeps cyclones away, says RAC head
Prime minister Henry Puna and his wife Akaiti, deputy prime minister Teariki Heather, Health minister Nandi Glassie and Agriculture minister Kiriau Terepu at Sunday's thanksgiving service. 17041015

Since the Religious Advisory Council’s thanksgiving services began back in 2005, there have been no major problems with tropical cyclones on Rarotonga, says RAC chairman Tevai Matapo.

Since the Religious Advisory Council’s thanksgiving services began back in 2005, there have been no major problems with tropical cyclones on Rarotonga, says RAC chairman Tevai Matapo.


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