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Nativity Fest celebration - Reports and pictures from around the globe - 2018

Nativity Fest celebration - Reports and pictures from around the globe - 2018

Doha-Qatar

Gujarat

Hyderabad

Chikkamagaluru


New Delhi

Africa

Oman

Germany

 

Mumbai

Australia


UK


Ireland


USA

 

UAE

Kuwait

Canada

Shivamogga

Bengaluru 

 

Bahrain

Mangaluru

 

Udupi

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  • Simon Lasrado, Sullia/Bangalore

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    ತುಮ್ಕಾ0 ಸ‌ಕ್ಡ‌0ಕ್ ಅನಿಕ್ ತುಮ್ಚಾ0
    ಕುಟ್ಮಾಕ್ ಹಾ0ವು ಏಕ್ ಬೊರೆ0 ಮೊ0ತಿ ಫೆಸ್ತ್, ಕುಟ್ಮಾಚೆ0 ಫೆಸ್ತ್ ಅನಿಕ್ ನೊವ್ಯಾ ಬೆಳ್ಯಾಚೆ0 ಫೆಸ್ತ್ ಮಾಗ್ತಾ0.
    ಬಾಳೊಕ್ ಮೊರಿ ಮಾ0ಯ್ ತುಮ್ಕಾ0 ರಾಕೊ0ವ್ದಿ ಅನಿಕ್ ತಿಚಿ0 ದಾರಾಳ್ ಬೆಸಾವಾ0 ತುಮ್ಚೆರ್ ವೊತು0ವ್ದಿ ಮುಣ್ ಮುಜೆ0 ಮಾಗ್ಣೆ0.

    Agree [6]

  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Good news of celebrating the feast of Blessed Virgin in abroad

    Agree [10]

  • Mohan Prabhu, Mangalore (Kankanady)/Ottawa, Canada

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Good to note that the Montifest is celebrated by Konkani Mangalureans all over the world with great fervour. Only the Karnataka State Government seems to have caved in to the demand of Christians to make this a holiday in coastal districts of South Kanara and Udipi, where Christians are a small minority, as if it is a day of obligation like Sunday, Christmas and Good Friday. No other country with a large proportion of Catholics, or even their churches, recognizes the feast as deserving compulsory church attendance.

    Agree [10]

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