Shivamogga: Yuvamitra, the youth commission of the diocese convened its 5th diocesan youth convention from October 28 to 30 on the campus of Sacred Heart Cathedral here.
650 youth of ICYM, YCS/YSM and Don Bosco Youth actively participated in the event. The three day long convention consisted of different activities like teachings of the church, interactive workshops, youth masses and meditations, awesome music, group dynamics, cultural evening, faith walk, youth rally for peace, Swatch Bharath Andholan and awareness programmes with street plays in public places.
The dignitaries and the resource persons Dr Henry D’Souza, chairman of CBCI Youth Commission, India and Bishop of Bellary Dr Francis Serrao SJ, chairman of Yuvamitra, Youth Commission, diocese of Shivamogga, Shree Basava Marulasidda Swamiji, Charamurthigalu Basavakendra, Shivamogga, Fr Deepak K J Thomas OCD, national youth director, New Delhi, Fr Gilbert Lobo, parish priest, Cathedral Parish, Shivamogga, Kimmane Ratnakar, former education minister, Government of Karnataka, Prasanna Kumar, MLA, Shivamogga, Arun Furtado KAS, under secretary of the chief minister of Karnataka, Bengalure, Vinncent Shantha Kumar, additional superintendent of police, Shivamogga, Syed Mujibulla, member of district waqf board, Shivamogga, Fr Franklin D’Souza, former national youth director, parish priest, Harihara Mathe Shrine, Harihar, Fr Stany D’Souza chancellor of the diocese of Shimoga and director of education commission Shivamogga, Raymond D’Souza, former ICYM national adviser, Mumbai, William Martis, director Karnataka Fisheries Development Corporation, Government of Karnataka, K Ranganath, director KADA, Government of Karnataka, Jovita D’Souza, former YCS NEXCO, Roshan Lobo former YCS NEXCO.
The programme was organized by ICYM and YCS/YSM diocesan office bearers under the able leadership of Fr Ronald Veigas, diocesan youth director of Shivamogga.
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