HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL CHOIR SCOOPS BISHOPS TROPHY IN MUTARE

Holy Trinity Cathedral Choir lifting the Bishop's Trophy in jubilation.jpgHoly Trinity Cathedral Choir of Mutare scooped the first prize during the Bishop’s Trophy choir competition held at St. Joseph, Sakubva on 24 February 2018. The tightly contested competition saw Holy Trinity grabbing the first position followed by  St. Martin Chikanga who settled for the second position.

The Bishop’s trophy drew together 27 choirs from around the diocese of Mutare with the intention of raising funds to support the diocesan needs. Celebrating the Bishop’s Trophy started this year in Mutare Diocese with the aim of boosting the diocesan coffers. Proceeds from the competition  were channeled towards the development of the diocese.

Avila Mission choir became outstanding for participating for the first time since music competition started in the diocese while St. Michael’s Penhalonga drew people’s attention for staging as an outstation among big mission choirs. The results of the completion are as follows:

Holy Trinity Cathedral  – 1

St. Martin Chikanga   – 2

St. Joseph’s Sakubva – 3

St. Barnabas       – 4

St. Paul’s Dangamvura   – 5

St. Peter’s           – 6

St. Columbus     – 7

St. Dominic’s      –  8

Hob House Sacred Heart  – 9

Holy Ghost – 10

St. James Chipinge – 11

St. Simon Stock – 12

St. Killians – 12

St. Michael’s Tongogara – 14

St. Michael’s Penhalonga – 15

St. Theresa Chiduku – 16

St. Benedict – 17

St. Francis Zimunya – 18

St. Gabriel – 19

St. Charles Luanga – 20

Triashill – 21

St. Barbara – 22

Regina Coelli -22

Mt. Carmel – 24

St. Joseph Rusape – 25

Avila – 26

St. Michael’s Tanda – 27

 

 

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