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Message from Bishop at the closing ceremony of ‘Jeevan Jyothi’ Camp

Published On : 14 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Bernard J Costa


Kundapur, October 13: “We are organizing these camps to develop your talents even more. We should make efforts to get success. If you try hard you can achieve success. People can serve the society by getting appointed in the government jobs. But when you get ordained as a priest you can serve the society in a better way. These are not my words, but said by S P Annamalai. So we all should select a way which is righteous” –Most Very Rev. Bishop of Udupi diocese Dr. Gerald Isaac Lobo, delivered this message in the closing ceremony of “Jeevan Jyothi” camp organized for 10th standard catholic students.

 

 

Dean of Kundapur Deanery said “You should always remember the values which you learnt here. We should keep those values in our heart and follow them in our life”. Parish priest Gerald Sandeep D’mello -the convener of the camp, proposed the vote of thanks and extended gratitude for those who helped for the success of the camp. Parish priest Rev. Fr, Rayan Pais announced the marks scored by the different groups.

Sister Vibha the head of St.Joseph Convent, Johnson Almeida of Kundapur Parish, Leena Tauro the secretary of zonal religious centre were present on the dais. The members of the women’s association prepared food for the camp participants for five days. And their selfless deed was highly appreciated. The camp participants themselves conducted the closing ceremony.







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