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Mangaluru: Nursing Day celebrated at St Theresa church, Paldane


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, May 16: St Theresa Church, Paldane celebrated Nursing Day recently.

Twelve nurses who are serving from church limits were felicitated after morning Mass. Parish priest Fr Vincent Victor Menezes while honouring the nurses said that the service of nurses is equal to service of God.

St Joseph Engineering College deputy director Fr Rohith D’ Costa and vice president of parish pastoral council Roshan Lasrado were present.

Nurses Helen Lobo, Lavina Pinto, Roopa Vanita Thoras, Tresa Fernandes, Sabina Menezes, Flavia Alvares, Anet Vas, Jacinta Walder, Babita Pereira, Jobita, Sangeeta Crasta and Jyothi Anita D’ Souza were felicitated on the occasion.

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  • jacintha Dsouza, Bondel/Newyork

    Thu, May 16 2019

    Nurses are well recognised in western countries comparing to India. I am so happy St Theresa Church, Paldane celebrated Nursing Day recently.That is a very Good move from the church. I particularly know Helen Lobo who is my Nursing batch mate a beautiful person/Nurse in and out who reaches out to people all the time . Well done Nurses you all deserve this recognition.Your service to the mankind is highly appreciated

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