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Mangaluru: 50,000 rosaries from 80 countries on display at Rosario Cathedral's unique expo


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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Nov 9: The unique four-day rosary exhibition organised by Rosario cathedral as part of its 450th anniversary celebrations was inaugurated by Mangaluru bishop Dr Aloysius Paul D’Souza on Thursday November 9.

The expo has a collection of 50,000 rosaries from 80 different countries of the world which includes those that are blessed by saints, St John Paul the second and Mother Theresa. It also has 200 statues of Mother Mary in different shapes and a collection of 100 Crosses.

 This expo helps in spread the message of rosary as well as meaningfully helps to prepare for the year 2018, which has been dedicated as ‘The year of rosary’.

Rosary creates a mood for prayer and brings one closer to the lord, said the Bishop and congratulated parish priest J B Crasta and his team on putting up the expo.

Mangalore South MLA J R Lobo said it feels wonderful to see the Rosary collection. The news of this expo should reach many and more numbers should visit to witness the collection. The expo should be held every year and celebrated like a rosary festival, he said.

The exhibition intends to help the devotees to meditate mysteries of Lord Jesus, strengthen ones faith and help strengthen family bonds. The exhibition is being held by Sabu, a layman.

The expo is open to the public till November 12 between 10 am to 8 pm at Rosario Cathedral Cultural Hall.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Nov 11 2017

    By such a unique expo of Rosarys,wish they showed more of Rosaries in pictures than the audience.

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  • Oswald Fernandes, Bendur/Dubai

    Sat, Nov 11 2017

    Congratulations to the organizers.

    Heavenly Mother is so delighted to view such an exhibition first and rare of its kind.

    Rosai Mai amka sadaanch rakoo.

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  • JEROME D SOUZA, BELA KASARGOD

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    The most beautiful exhibition in the history of Mangalore Catholic Diocese.

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    Dear friends do not miss the opportunity great collection of rosaries. May the person collected the rosaries be blessed.

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  • Leena Saldanha, Bondel/Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    A good thought to display the rosaries. It increases our faith in our loving Lord Jesus and also mother Mary. Wish the Rosario Cathedral team a great success. Thank you.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    Praise the Lord ...

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