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Senior Citizens Day Celebrated at Bajjodi

Published On : 22 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Fr. Ivan D'souza


Bajjodi Oct 22: Senior Citizen's Day was celebrated at Infant Mary Church, Bajjodi on Saturday October 22.

The program began with the Eucharistic Celebration. Rev. Fr Shabas Crasta celebrated the solemn mass at 10.30 am. and preached an inspiring homily. At the end special prayer service and anointing was held for the senior citizens.

The cultural program began with a prayer song. Secretary Irene Pinto gave an enriching and meaningful insight to the senior citizens as well as on health tips. Later OCDs & Legion of Mary members entertained the crowd with dance and Jokes. This was followed by spot prizes conducted by Mr. Joseph Mascarenhas.

On this wonderful day one could witness the enthusiasm and energy of the senior citizens as they celebrated the day that belonged to them. Speaking on the occasion, parish priest Fr Shabas Crasta said, “We are celebrating this day out of joy, and you are the pearls of our parish.” Later he extended a gratitude to all those who contributed in various ways towards making this event a grand success. This programme was coordinated by Vice President Joseph Mascarenhas.

Joseph Mascarenhas compered the programme and Fr Shabas Crasta proposed the vote of thanks.

The program culminated with a sumptuous meal.It was appreciated and relished by all.







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