Mangaluru: St Anthony’s Asrham, Mangalore will complete 120 years on 12th of June. On this occasion Most Rev Dr Bernard Moras the Emeritus Archbishop of Banglaore will preside over the Eucharistic Celebration at 6 p.m. at Milagres. He served the Institutes as Asst Director from 1968 to 1970. All those who served as Directors and Asst Directors will be honoured after the Holy Mass.
June 13th being the annual feast day a Holy Mass will be celebrated at the Jeppu Ashram at 10.30 a.m. Most Rev. Dr Aloysius Paul D’Souza the Bishop will be the main celebrant. This will be followed by the blessing of foundation stone for a state of the art block of 100 bed to be constructed for the mentally ill people in memory of 120 years. Shri U. T. Khader, Cabinet Minister, Govt of Karnataka will be the Chief Guest. There after Saint Anthony Saint of Miracles a 45 minute Konkani drama(concept and creation by Shri Vincent Fernandes of Mogachi Lahram fame , written and directed by Shri John M. Permannur) will be presented.
A Holy Mass will be celebrated in Malayalam at 4.30 p.m. at Milagres Church for the benefit of Malayalam speaking devotees. The Bishop along with a number of priests from and around the city will celebrate the main festive Holy Mass at 6 p.m. at Milagres Church.
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