Chiara Kadelburger

We regret to inform you that on Monday 24th March, Chiara Kadelburger sadly passed away. For the past four years, Chiara has been an active and faithful part of the Catholic community at our University, contributing both as a member of the Catholic Society committee and in general through her prayer and friendship. Many of our community will be saddened by this news, and Father Andrew and Conor offer their prayers and support to everyone at this time. Please remember Chiara and her family in your prayers at this difficult time. May her soul rest in peace and rise in glory.

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3 Replies to “Chiara Kadelburger”

  1. Jeremy Rivera

    I am deeply saddened by this news. I met Chiara during the FOCUS mission trip to Samos, Spain in 2011. Her suffering inspired me to continue carrying my own cross. She was a gift to many and we will miss her. From all of us at the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, our hearts go out to you in this time. You are in our prayers.

  2. Manfred Seidl

    Liebe Chiara,
    „Darum vertrauen wir auch darauf, dass Gott alle, die im Glauben an Jesus Christus gestorben sind, auferwecken wird“ (1 Thess. 4,14)
    Auf ein inniges Wiedersehen bei unserem gütigen Vater!

    Dein Deutsch-, Lateinlehrer und vertrauter „Wahlonkel“ aus Österreich
    Manfred Seidl

    • Nartey Tokoli Eric

      All members in Ningbo University Catholic Student Community And University of Nottingham Ningbo (CSC)Our prayer Chiara Kadelburger is that may the Lord Almighty be with her in the hope of risen her from sleep,spirit that risen Jesus from dead rise with her to his glory,amen and may the lord enlighten the heart of their are families amen

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