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Pope John Paul II after consultation with the congregations for causes of saint, by his apostolic authority, declared that the venerable servant of God Peter ToRot shall be proclaimed as Blessed that his feast, shall be celebrated every year, on the 7th day of July. Blessed Peter ToRot is an outstanding example of family man a church leader the person who is prepared to lay down his life for God and neighbour.


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The Voice of Peter ToRot Association of Papua New Guinea
is dedicated to Blessed Peter ToRot and design:
    To promote spiritual and moral values Blessed Peter Torot lived and died for.
    To promote the cause for the canonization of Blessed Peter Torot.
    To provide resources and the opportunity for on-going spiritual, personal renewal

        and formation for lay people.
    To ensure that materials of historical significance that have been documented

        are preserved in the Archives.
    To create awareness about the potential of an electronic and print media as

        a valuable tool for religious, cultural and social development of the country.
    To provide venue and opportunities for the following activities:
        - a venue for religious/spiritual conferences,
        - accessibility for research and formation,
        - production of TV/radio/internet documentaries,
        - enhance better collaboration of lay and religious
        - enhance greater ecumenical cooperation.



Blessed Peter ToRot
1912 - 1945
Rakunai


O Holy Martyr, Peter ToRot,

God chose you to serve his people as a catechist.

You took delight in your work and performed it loyally.

You strengthen your people’s faith and did not abandon them in time of intense suffering.

 

We rejoice that God has chosen to favor you as the first martyr of Papua New Guinea.

We pray that through your intercession we may persevere in time of trial and courageously profess our faith. Amen.