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Catenian Association of Mangalore Circle No 375 inaugurated in Mangaluru

Published On : 28 Feb 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: The international Catenian Association of Mangalore Circle No 375 whose headquarters is in UK was inaugurated in the city recently.

The international grand president, David Rowley inaugurated the 375 Circle here in a very impressive ceremony held at Bejai Church hall. Gilbert D’Souza was installed as president, Elias Sanctis as vice president, Anil Vas as secretary and Marcel Monteiro as treasurer, Pramod Pinto as membership extension officer, Roger Pinto as chamberlain extension officer, Alston D’Cunha as marshal extension officer, Felix Pinto as registrar extension officer.

Soon after, all members were called by name and inducted as members of Catenian.

The programme was preceded by offering a concelebrated Holy Mass by Fr Wilson D’Souza, parish priest of Bejai.

The UK delegation consisted of
1. David Brinkley international secretary
2. John Rayer international past president
3. Peter Purdue coordinator, with their family.

The special delegation from Goa consisted of 23 people who attended the inauguration.

 







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