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Bishop Dr Aloysius D’Souza unveils ‘Hello Ruzay 2’ directory

Published On : 17 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Bishop of Mangalore diocese Dr Aloysius Paul D’Souza unveiled ‘Hello Ruzay 2’ telephone directory at Rosario Cathedral on Sunday October 9. After the Eucharistic celebration on account of feast of Holy Rosary, bishop unveiled the parish telephone directory, an initiative of Catholic Sabha Rosario unit. The directory is the second edition of the last directory published in 2010.

Parish priest Fr J B Crasta, assistant parish priest Fr Paul Sebastian D’Souza, editor of ‘Hello Ruzay 2’ Herald D’Souza, president of Catholic Sabha Shahila Almeida, secretary Gladys Pereira were present among others.

Bishop appreciated the efforts taken by Catholic Sabha in bringing out the directory. The directory contains phone numbers, physical addresses and email Ids of all families of the parish.

Harold D’Souza compered the programme.







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