Daily Gleaner, August 9, 1913.
special address will be given at the Bethlehem National Baptist Chapel,
109 Charles street, on Wednesday the 13th inst., at 7 p.m. by the Very
Rev. Father Raphael of the Greek Orthodox Church. This is an excellent
opportunity of hearing of the customs and manners of the nations of the
world from one who has travelled the world over. A silver offering will
be taken. He will also deliver an address at Barbican Church on
Thursday night the 14th inst. On Sunday the 17th inst. the Very Rev.
Father will deliver an address at 3 oclock, at the new mission house at
Grange Lane. The Rev. Morris L. L. Abisdid will preside. The Rev.
Abisdid will be thankful it all those societies and friends who have
gifts in hand for the mission house would take hold of the opportunity
of bringing same.
Gleaner August 22, 1913.
the auspices of the Church of England Men's Society, the Very Rev.
Father Raphael of the Greek Orthodox Catholic Church lectured to a
large audience at the Conversorium on Wednesday night.
Father gave a very entertaining and instructive account of his travels
in the Holy Land, at the end of which a vote of thanks, moved by the
Rev. Mr. Graham of Retreat, St. Mary, seconded and carried, was
Rev. R. J. Ripley presided.
Daily Gleaner August 18, 1913.
Very Rev. Father Raphael, of the Greek Orthodox Catholic Church,
lectured to a very large congregation at Barbican, on Thursday night.
The Rev. G. E. Stewart presided.
Father gave very instructive and entertaining information from his
ample store of experience, and his every utterance was followed with
eager attention. He touched on his travels through Jerusalem,
Bethlehem, Bethany, around the Dead Sea, Cyprus, Rome, etc., and his
remarks were gratefully received.