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75th Indian Independence Day celebrated at Valencia church

Published On : 15 Aug 2021   |  Reported By : Gordon DAlmeida/Pics by Nikhil Studio


St Vincent Ferrer Church,Valencia celebrated India's 75th Independence Day at the church grounds.

Flag hoisting ceremony was held and the Chief guest for the ceremony was Simon CA Superintendent of Police western range Anti-Corruption Bureau.After hoisting the flag addressing the gathering he stressed on to have love towards the nation and Patriotic spirit should be built within the youngsters.

Patrick DSouza compered the program.

Fr Roque D’Sa PP, Fr Lancy Dsouza Asst PP,Parish council vice president David Pais and secretary Rita Menezes.Former vice-president Anil Lobo and Secretary Lizzie pinto were also present.







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