Maurice Cardinal Piat, Bishop of Port Louis in Mauritius who unveiled his Pastoral Letter on the Lenten Season titled "Together let us build a lasting peace” on February 25, 2020 / Diocese of Port Louis

“It is together that peace will be lasting": Mauritian Cardinal in Message for Lent

Mar 1, 2020

The need to pull together for lasting peace in Mauritius is a key emphasis of Maurice Cardinal Piat, the Bishop of Port-Louis Diocese in his message for the Lenten period in the Indian Ocean Island nation.

Maurice Cardinal Piat of the Dioces of Port Louis, Mauritius

“Be close to united, divided, separated, reconstituted families”: Mauritian Cardinal

Dec 21, 2019

As Christians around the world conclude the Advent Season that ushers in the joyful celebration of God becoming man in the birth of Jesus Christ, the Cardinal in the island nation of Mauritius has, in his Christmas message, called on Christians to cultivate solidarity with all members of society regardless of religion, ethnicity, social status or any other distinguishing factors.

Maurice Cardinal Piat, Bishop of Port Louis, Mauritius

Going beyond Ethnicity among Cardinal’s Guidelines to Eligible Voters in Mauritius

Oct 18, 2019

In a country constituted and defined by people from different origins, horizons, civilizations, and cultures including language and religion, among other distinguishing factors, the Bishop of Port Louis, Maurice Cardinal Piat is urging eligible voters in next month's poll to consider going beyond their respective ethnic affiliations and vote according to the values of the vying candidates.