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Jevan Jyothi camp at deanery level

Published On : 08 Oct 2022   |  Reported By : media release


3 days Jeevan Jyothi camp to 10th standard students of Mangalore City deenary was held at St Joseph's Engineering College Vananjoor from October 3. Various relevant topics on spiritual and personality development were addressed.

Like wise group dynamics and motivational inputs were added flavour to the camp. 220 students of Mangalore City deenary were present.

Rev Father James Dsouza the Deen was present at inaugral as well as concluding program. Rev Father Peter Gonsalves the cordinator and all the Junior clergy of the city deanary shared various responsibilities along with volunteers from the deenary.







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