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St Anthony’s Ashram, Jeppu all set to celebrate the feast of Relic of St Anthony

Published On : 13 Feb 2022   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Most Rev. Dr Peter Paul Saldanha will bless the foundation stone at 11 a.m of main gate to be constructed at the entrance at St Anthony’s Ashram and then will celebrate the festive mass at 11.30 at the Ashram Chapel. Though St Anthony died in the 13th century his tongue is still incorrupt. The Catholic Church and the devotees believe that this is a miracle God has shown in him for the wonderful work he did during his earthly life. St Anthony’s Ashram has conducted the devotion of St Anthony in Mangalore during the past 124 years. People from different walks of life irrespective religion, language, nationality have approached the shrine and have obtained material as well as spiritual benefits from this devotion.

In the evening Most Rev. Dr Aloysius Paul D’Souza the Bishop Emeritus will preside over the festive mass at Milagres Church grounds. Rev. Dr Joseph martis the professor at St Joseph Seminary will preach the homily. The other mass timings are: 6 am at St Anthony’s Chapel Jeppu, 8.15 am at Milagres Church, at 4.30 at Milagres in Malayalam.







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