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AoS Durban delivers Christmas presents to seafarers
Port team delivers presents on ships
Fr Pablo Velasques with seafarers and their Christmas gift bags
Seafarers not forgotten at special time of year
Archbishop Jabulani celebrates Mass
Indian Ocean network boosts support for exploited fishers and seafarers
Terry Whitfield was former AoS South Africa national director
Terry Whitfield remembered after tragic death
Fr Herman Giraldo and Terry Whitfield at the launching ceremony
Fr Herman Giraldo given honour at Dormac Shipyard
AoS arranged for Mass to be celebrated for the crew of Moonray
How AoS chaplains help seafarers deal with deaths on board
Fr Jacques-Henri David is AoS port Louis chaplain in Mauritius
Fr Jacques-Henri David visits MV Benita crew
AOS South Africa held their national conference in Bloemfontein
National conference paves way forward for future plans
AoS has served seafarers in South Africa since early 1930s
Seafarers UK awards grant for AoS work in South Africa
Cape Town Archbishop Stephen Brislin celebrates Mass at the AoS seafarers centre
Most Reverend Stephen Brislin celebrates Mass in seafarers centre
John Green AoS GB development director with port chaplains and ship visitors from AoS South Africa
Partnership will boost seafarers' charity's global network
Bishop Joseph Kalathiparambil celebrates Mass for the crew on board mv Britannia
Sea chaplains on cruise ships play crucial role
AoS regional coordinators and port chaplains for Africa and Indian Ocean
Regional heads and port chaplains share faith experiences