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ICYM Central Council Mangalore Diocese pays tribute to martyrs of Pulwama Attack

Published On : 18 Feb 2019   |  Reported By : Frenton Irol Dsouza


ICYM Central Council Mangalore Diocese organised a condolence meet and paid tribute to the martyrs of Pulwama Attack on Sunday, 17th February 2019 at 10:30 am at the ICYM Diocesan Office, Olivet House, Jeppu.

Yuvaspoorthi Rev. Fr Ronald Prakash Dsouza - Director, ICYM Mangalore Diocese conducted a short prayer service with a lamp and addressed the youth leaders by saying " Soldiers are the back bone of our Mother Land India ". They treat us and our motherland as their own family members more than their own family members.

 

They sacrifice their lives for our happiness, fighting against the terrorists with sleepless days and nights. At this moment let's all pray for the soldiers who have laid their lives for our country in the past as well in the Pulwama attack and pray for those who are injured during the pulwama attack for their speedy recovery as well pray for all the soldiers who are serving our nation in the present scenario. Jaison Pereira Shirthady - President, ICYM Mangalore Diocese conducted the condolence meet. Youth Leaders of ICYM Diocesan Executive and Council were present at the condolence meet.







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