YCS Mangaluru diocese organises ‘Laudato Si’ camp


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Mangaluru, May 17: YCS Mangaluru diocese organised diocesan level ‘Laudato Si’ residential camp from May 13 to 15 at Our Lady of Remedies Church, Kirem.

The camp began by invoking God’s blessings and was Inaugurated by YCS/YSM national chaplain Fr Chethan Machado accompanied by national president Jeswita Quadras; national treasurer Jeris Joseph, deanery YCS director Fr Rupesh Tauro, vice president of Kirem parish parishad Burton Sequeira and other dignitaries.

Ashvia Anna Lasrado, diocesan YCS president welcomed the gathering. The dignitaries addressed the students and wished for the success of the camp. Deona Dsouza, Yuvatare editor, rendered the vote of thanks. Jean Lobo, diocesan secretary compered the programme.

The first session was conducted by Kiran Pinto (snake Kiran) where he spoke about various types of snakes, venomous and non-venomous, first aid during a snake bite and so on. In the evening there was a panel discussion conducted by Jeeth Roche, Franklin and Reeshal. They spoke on plants, water and horticulture. The students had many queries on the topic. Meldrida Bolkunje moderated the session.

On the second day the students took part in work exposure. In groups they participated in different types of manual work like cleaning vegetable garden, flower garden and so on. They also took initiative to keep water in the bowls for the birds. A session was conducted by Laveena about Biodiversity and its significance. The most interesting part of the camp was Rosary with nature. All the students along with a few parishioners came together outdoor and prayed as one family for the nature.

On Day 3, students were taken to a few houses where the delegates visited cattle, wells, vegetable gardens, fields, learned few village games, and also had interaction with some elders who shared their experience in agriculture. Delegates were asked to prepare charts on their experience during the exposure.

During the valedictory programme, Fr Mervin, SVD, was the chief guest. Megan Rose welcomed the gathering. Two students shared their experience of the camp on behalf of all the students. The students were given participation certificates. Prajwal Sequeira, diocesan animator rendered the vote of thanks. Joshua Dsouza compeered the programme.

Fr Rupesh Madtha, diocesan director had organised this camp for nearly 100 students representatives. Fr Victor Demello, parish priest and Fr Mathew Vas, vicar vara, had guided and given whole hearted support for the programme. On all the three days of camp, the students had prayer, Holy Mass, and adoration. They were served delicious food and snacks. Mervin Vas, diocesan coordinator and the central council kept the camp lively and active through his wonderful action songs and amazing games and camp fire. Einstein n Samuel helped in music. Br Kevin and Br Avinash, Suhani, Edel, Nijil, Sunitha, Rita and many others helped in other arrangements. The camp indeed helped the students to reflect about the nature and realize its immediate need for conservation.

  

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  • Edel saldanha, Kirem

    Sat, May 18 2019

    The camp was truly amazing and was indeed a wonderful camp. I am lucky and proud to participate as a animator in this program. I'm i congratulate to Fr Rupesh and his team for organizing such a wonderful camp. Learned alot and met such a wonderful people. Even i learned lot from this camp..

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  • Samantha Saldanha, Kulshekar

    Sat, May 18 2019

    I took part in this camp & this was one of the best camps I've ever attended. It was indeed a wonderful experience to learn about nature & other related aspects in those 3 days of the camp. Talks, interesting sessions, games, action songs, dance, prayer, work & exposure to villages really helped everybody gain knowledge & values. I made the best use of the camp & I've surely benefited from it. I thank Fr Rupesh Madtha & the entire team of Laudato Si' for organizing such an amazing camp

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  • Lional Mascarenhas, Ajekar/Kuwait

    Sat, May 18 2019

    Very nice event under the leadership of Fr Rupesh Madtha.

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  • Carol Santhumayor, Bejai

    Sat, May 18 2019

    Recently I had been a part of the YCS LAUDATO SI' CAMP 2019. The camp was truly amazing. It was filled with activities, prayer,action songs and lot more. From day 1 to day 3 there was not a single person who was bored. We learnt many values like team work, sharing and caring. the food was delicious. Everything in the camp was above our expectations. We thank father Rupesh, DEXCO and all the people who worked very hard to bring a smile on our faces. Wish the camp was for more days. It was truly the best three days I ever had.

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  • Aarol lobo, Mangalore

    Sat, May 18 2019

    The 'laudato si' camp 2019 was my best experience in ycs . There were many members . All got together at the first day itself . Thank you very much to Fr.Rupesh Madtha and all the volunteers and all dexcos for conducting the camp .

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  • Aarol lobo, Mangalore

    Sat, May 18 2019

    The 'laudato si' camp 2019 was my best experience in ycs . There were many members . All got together at the first day itself . Thank you very much to Fr.Rupesh Madtha and all the volunteers and all dexcos for conducting the camp .

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  • Clareesha maria sequeira, Mangalore

    Sat, May 18 2019

    Laudato si camp organised by Ycs mangaluru diocese was a very useful one .I got a lot to learn about nature ,and to be creative .a very differnt experience for a student like me who is used to live in city we were taken to a village got know diffrent plants and the lifestyle of people who live in rural areas ,we were given awarness about the water scarcity ,reduction of fertility of soil due to cutting of trees,and the best part of the camp was i met new people ,we worked as one to clean our environment which i would surely implement all my life and it would be a memory for a lifetime.Thankyou to Fr.rupesh and team for organising such a wonderful camp .

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  • Elsita, Elinje

    Sat, May 18 2019

    One of the Best camps ever seen .. Thnx to fr Roopesh Madtha, coordinator ,animators and dexco for organizing such a awesome camp

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  • Priyanka Dsouza, Kirem

    Sat, May 18 2019

    I really feel blessed because I was a part of such an amazing camp LAUDATO SI' . Had a great time ..learnt a lot , best experience ever .All thanks to Fr. Rupesh Madtha & his team .

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  • Navil Rodrigues, Kirem

    Sat, May 18 2019

    I am very glad to say that ,I am one of the participants of this camp . This camp was very much usefull to the youth , since nowardays we're are going to water scarcity and much more . We got the precautions and remedies . Special thanks to Fr Rupesh and his team . It was a very awesome residential camp . we made new friends and the facilities provided we're very appreciable, this residential camp brought some gud quality inside us . And we promise that we will cultivate theses inside us. Long live YCS & YSM MANGLORE

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  • Jovin, Holy Saviour Church Agrar

    Fri, May 17 2019

    It was a amazing camp.Made many new friends.Got many information about the nature.Like how yo protect our earth. We had learned many things. Had a lots of fun.Everthing was good like mass, prayer,adoration,action songs,games,works.
    Thank you father for keeping such a wonderful program to us. I enjoyed this camp father.And thanks to all our ycs council members for making fun.
    Thank you.

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  • Roshan, bantwal

    Fri, May 17 2019

    I am Proud to be tell that i was a participant of that camp and i learnt how can i conserve the nature and mostly i learnt important values to my life and i am thaking fr rupesh and ycs team for organisng and giving me oppruntiy to participate in that camp

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  • Winston Sequeira, Paladka

    Fri, May 17 2019

    Nice programme! Had a great time.

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  • Ashvia Anna Lasrado, Mangalore

    Fri, May 17 2019

    Laudato si diocesan residential camp 2019 was indeed a wonderful camp. Hearty congratulations to Fr Rupesh and his team for organising such a great camp. Special thanks to all the y.c.sers from all over the diocese for making this camp the most memorable one. This camp has indeed helped us realise the need for conserving our nature for the future.

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