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Concluding ceremony of Jeevan Jyothi Camp Belthangady Deanery.

Published On : 07 Oct 2022   |  Reported By : media release


Concluding ceremony of four days Jeevan Jyothi camp held on 5th October, wednesday at 4:00 pm at Holy Redeemer Auditorium Belthangady. 115 children from 12 parishes of Belthangady deanery attended the camp.

Rev. Fr Clifford Pinto, Principal Holy Redeemer English Medium school presided over the program.

Rev Fr Anil Fernandes, Director of Canara Communication Centre Mangalore Diocese and Rev Fr William Dsouza Secretary of Belthangady deanery clergy and asst Parish Priest of Madanthyar were the chief guest.

Rev Fr Melwyn Dsouza convenor of the Camp and Parish Priest of Badyar, Deanery Priests Rev. Fr Praveen Dsouza Manjotti, Rev. Fr Thomas Sequiera, Nala, Rev. Fr Peter Aranha Venoor, Rev. Fr Steevan Dsouza Indabettu, Rev. Fr Aaron Rodrigues Asha Deepa Madanthyar, Rev. Fr Prakash Culaco DayalbaghWere present on the dias.

Sr Monthi Dsouza shared her experience on behalf of animators.

Wenson Menezes, Ujire and Alvina Pais Madanthyar Shared their experience about Jeevan Jyothi camp.

Rev Fr Melwyn Dsouza delivered the vote of thanks and Rev Fr Praveen Dsouza compared the program.







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