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Capuchins celebrate Holy Trinity Province feast day

Published On : 28 Jun 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Bengaluru: Saccidananda, the mother home of the Holy Trinity Province was soaked in the festal cheer on June 26, as they celebrated the feast of the Most Holy Trinity.

The solemn Eucharist in the evening was presided over by arch bishop of the Bengaluru arch diocese Dr Bernard Moras, and concelebrated by a good number of guest priests from near and far along with Fr Joseph Dolphy Pais, the provincial minister; Fr Robin Victor D’Souza, the superior and all the community members.

The Eucharistic Celebration was further embellished by the meaningful homily by the arch bishop and soulful choir by the theologians from Deena Seva Ashrama guided ably by the rector of Theologate as well as the eminent musician, Fr Salvadore Fernandes.

Fr Robin Victor gratefully remembered everyone, especially, the benefactors, domestic staff and the ‘extended family’ of Saccidananda who have been contributing generously to make their life and the festivities in particular, a pleasant experience. Fr provincial took his turn to deliver his festal message on the occasion inviting everyone to be inspired and influenced by the triune Godhead. A sumptuous spread for all the guests added a generous taste to the celebration.







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