Mangaluru: CRI (Conference of Religious in India) of Mangaluru unit had their annual gathering on October 7 at St Ann’s High School Hall, Bolar.
The meeting began with an invocation by sisters pursuing their BEd studies at St Ann’s BEd College. Fr Paul Melwyn D’Souza, president of CRI Mangaluru unit welcomed the gathering.
Harry D’Souza from the Minority Cell and also a renowned journalist from Bengaluru addressed the gathering and enlightened on the theme, ‘Our share, Our Right’. His erudite speech was a surprise for some and an eye opener others. Fr Edward Thomas, SDB elaborated on the topic ‘Inter-Congregational Efforts for Development and Empowerment’. He also set a committee to implement in Dakshina Kannada district what has been discussed and decided. Fr Pius D’Souza, episcopal vicar for religious and Sr Edna Furtado, secretary of CRI and other dignitaries were present on the dais.
Sr Reema Crasta proposed the vote of thanks and Sr Lolita Pereira compered the programme. Nearly 300 sisters, priests and brothers were present.
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