Daily Gleaner, May 28, 1914, page 14
Our Port Maria, correspondent writes: "The Very Rev. Father Raphael paid a visit to this town, and gave a lecture in the Parish Church on his travels in Palestine. The attendance was fair and the audience very attentive. The Rev. Father was very instructive and impressive in his lecture. Another lecture was delivered by Father Raphael to the Branch Labour Union and was highly appreciated by the members and friends present. The subject of the lecture was "Unity, labour and benevolence.” At the close of the address the Father was accorded a hearty vote of thanks.
Daily Gleaner, July 15, 1914, page 4
A LECTURE GIVEN.
[From Our Correspondent.]
St. Ann's Bay, Friday: - A fine lecture was given In the Anglican Schoolroom, of this Town, last night by the very Rev. Father Raphael Priest Apostolic of the Orthodox Greek Church. The gathering was quite a representative one, and at about 8 o'clock the Rector (Rev. C. H. Swaby), in a: few well-chosen words, introduced the lecturer to the audience.
The Rev. Father prefaced his lecture by informing his hearers how glad he was to be here once more. Thirteen years ago he was in that very Schoolroom lecturing, and since then he had done a lot of travelling. A very educative and interesting lecture then followed.
Daily Gleaner, November 2, 1914, page 13
Father Raphael, Priest of the Greek Orthodox Church, who has been in the island for some time, sailed for America last week. It is understood that he will return shortly to his native land and start mission work under his Faith. As is well known, the seat of the Greek Church to which father Raphael belongs is not far from the theatre of war, so there is no hope of the Father returning to his Mother Church in a hurry. Father Raphael is a native of Clarendon.
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