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Kundapur Convent Celebrated St. Joseph’s Feast

Published On : 20 Mar 2017   |  Reported By : Bernard J Costa


Kundapur, March 20: Today is the birth day of St Joseph. In memory of St Joseph, the Carmel Institution,Convent and school of Kundapur celebrated a festival at the chapel. A holy mass was offered under the guidance of parish priest Rev. Fr. Anil D’Souza.

“St. Joseph hadprofound faith in God. He was a good companion, a good father, an honest laborer as well as a good family man and a respected person. Today, we need his principle”-said Rev. Fr. Anil D’Souza.

Asst. Parish priest of Kundapur Church Rev.Fr. Sandip D’mello greeted the sisters of Convent and devotees with festive greetings.
The sisters of the convent, guests, and employees of St.Joseph institution, women from Blossom group and several devotees of Kundapur church participated in this celebration.

Fruits and snacks were distributed on behalf of the Convent. Sister Precilla delivered the introductory speech. The supervisor of the convent, Sister Vibha proposed the vote of thanks.

 







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