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To Live is Christ

Published On : 14 Jan 2023   |  Reported By : media release


A book called ‘To Live is Christ’ jointly authored by six scholars, namely Dr. Augustine Mulloor from Cochin, Dr. Richard D Souza and Dr. Johannes Gorantla both from Rome, Dr. Rathan Almeida from Mysore , Dr. Rudolph Raj from Mangalore and Dr. Gregory D Souza and edited by Rev. Dr. Gregory D Souza, was released by Rev. Dr. Pius D Souza, the Assistant to the Superior General of the Carmelite Order in the presence of Rev. Fr. George Santhumayor, the Provincial and Rev. Fr. Charles Serrao, the superior of St. Joseph’s Monastery.

After the holy mass at seven p.m. Rev. Dr. Rudolph Raj D Souza introduced the book to the public and said that this book shows how to reach the height of holiness after the example of the life and teaching of Jesus Christ.

Dr. Pius Dsouza congratulated Dr. Gregory D Souza for bringing out this book. And recommended the same to the people to read the and benefit from it.







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