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Mangaluru: St Joseph Vaz annual feast celebrated at Mudipu shrine


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Mangaluru, Dec 8: First day of the three day feast of St Joseph Vaz was celebrated here at Mudipu shrine on December 7.

Fr Onil D'Souza, director of St Antony Charitable Institutions, Jeppu, celebrated the mass at 10.30 am. In his homily, reflecting on the theme he said, “Through the inspiration of St Joseph Vaz’, let us all become the witnesses of the word of God.”

Fr Benjamin Pinto, Fr Denis Suares, Fr James D'Souza, Fr Valerian Pinto and around 20 priests concelebrated the mass. Around 1000 devotees took part in the mass.

An intercessory group under the leadership of Fr Michail Mascarenhas prayed continuously for the faithful and their intercessions.

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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore, Houston/Dallas, texas

    Fri, Dec 8 2017

    During our recent visit to Mangalore, we had solicited from St. Joseph Vaz a special favor, and the favor was spontaneously granted to us and we were extremely pleased with the outcome of our urgent need.

    We therefore decided to make an immediate road trip to Mudipu and pay our personal respect to the shrine of St. Fr. Joseph Vaz. It was a tough walk up the hill with a fractured leg, but the journey was made even easier by the miraculous blessing of St. Fr. Joseph Vaz.

    I stood up firmly without a wheel chair and thanked St. Joseph Vaz for all the favors granted. What a joyful trip to Mudipu with a scenic drive. It was a well deserved trip.

    We would like to visit Mudipu each time we visit Mangalore. We are sure that St. Joseph Vaz will continue to help us and protect us.

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