Canada: Nativity celebrated at St Timothy's Catholic Church Toronto


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Canada, Sep 10: 'Monthi Fest', feast of the Nativity of our beloved virgin Mary was celebrated for the very first time at St Timothy's Catholic Church, Toronto, Canada.

Celebrations started with solemn high mass followed by Saturday devotions in honour of mother Mary.

Fr Roger Vandenakker, CC presided over the mass and homily and then lead the living Rosary with children praying the Hail Mary. Each child offered a rose to our Lady.
The church was packed with congregation, nearly double than normal.



After Rosary, all proceeded to the grotto of our Lady of Cape outside the church. Children along with parents showered flowers to mamma Mary at the grotto.

A fellowship lunch, a potluck food cooked at home and brought by parishioners was then enjoyed by multinationals. Some traditional Mangalurean cuisine including 'vorn' was the delicacy of the day.

For most of the parishioners it was a new experience and they liked and thanked all those who contributed directly or indirectly to the success of 'Monthi Fest'.

  

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