Konkani Revival Group which is part of BCCRS (Bangalore Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services) of Archdiocese of Bangalore Organized “Pentecost Night Vigil in Konkani” on Saturday 14th May 2016, 9.00 pm to 5.30 am at St. Joseph’s Commerce College Auditorium Near St.Patrick’s Church. Bangalore.
Rev. Fr Roman Pinto from Shimoga Diocese will be sharing word of God followed by anointing session along with Fr.Praveen Pinto OCD, Fr.Richard Menezes and Fr.Praveen D’souza OFM.Cap. Praise & Worship led by Konkani worship Team from Divine Retreat Center, Potta. Talented singer of Mangalore Prajoth D’sa will be leading the crowd with Worship songs.
Like Every year Arch Diocese of Bangalore celebrates birthday of the Church and the feast of the Holy Spirit through a prayerful Pentecostal Night Vigil at St. Patric’s Church in the heart of the City . On the Pentecost after the resurrection of Jesus, the Holy Spirit, according to the Acts of the Apostles, descended on the disciples in the form of tongues of fire accompanied by the sound of a rush of wind, and gave them the power of speaking in such a way that people of different languages could understand them. In Bangalore, after the Night Vigil which was conducted in five different languages in the same campus (Konkani, English, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam) starts to speak in one single language, the language of Love! during the Multilingual Eucharistic Celebration of Holy Mass at 3.30am by the Most Re. Dr. Bernanrd Moras Archbishop of Bangalore.
BCCRS Konkani Revival Prayer Group invites all the Konkani Families in Bangalore to Experience the Pentecost Blessings by joining this Night Vigil in large numbers and to Praise & worship Risen Lord in our own mother tongue and to strengthen our spirituality and Konkani Prayer in Bangalore.
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