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Competition and Felicitation Programme by Associations of Gangolli Church

Published On : 15 Nov 2016   |  Reported By : Bernard J Costa

Kundapur, November 15: Media, Woman and educational Associations of Gangolli Church organized a competition on Bible parables, health tips and felicitation programme for the talented students at the auditorium of Stella Marry’s English Medium School.


Parish Priest of Gangolli Church Fr. Albert Crasta was present in the function and he said “Instead of developing sense of hatred, in competition, we all should participate sportively and give a good messages of Jesus Christ to the society”. He wished goodluck to achiever student.

Resource person Melwin Crasta gave number of valuable tips about Health, education and network media. Later Parish Priest Maxim D’souza, the Principal of Don Bosco School honored the talented students on behalf of Association of Education.

Competition on Bible parables was held by Women’s Association. In this contest Christ King group got first prize, Immaculated group got second prize and Sacred Heart group got third prize. Writer and Jury of the contest Bernard D’costa expressed his views. Sister Emmy and Fr. Maxim D’souza cooperated as jury members.

Gerald Crasta-the vice president of the church, Preethi Fernandes-secretary, Ovin Rebello and others were present and extented their co-operation for the success of the programme. Melita Pinto compered the programme.

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