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Rons Bantwal for Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (SS)

Mumbai, Jan 20: The silver jubilee celebrations of Printania Offset Pvt Ltd were held on Friday January 19 here. 

A thanksgiving Mass was offered in the Holy Family Church at Andheri with Archbishop Oswald Gracias as the main celebrant, while Bishop Aloysius Paul D’Souza of Mangalore, Bishop Patrick of Varanasi, Bishop Isidore Fernandes of Alahabad, Bishop Thomas Dhabre, Bishop Percival Fernandes of Mumbai and Bishop Leo Cornellio of Khandva were the concelebrants.

Bishop Aloysius D’Souza gave his blessings and wishes to Printania’s chairman and managing director Albert D’Souza who  also completed his 50th birthday. 

At the celebrations in the evening, Bishop Oswald Gracias was present as the chief guest. A quarterly magazine run by Konkani Bhasha Mandal Maharashtra  ‘Albert D’Souza Golden Jubilee’ was released by Bishop Gracias. 

Bishop Aloysius D’Souza, Bishop Patrick D’Souza, Ryan International Schools director Grace Pinto, Fr Francis D’Mello Fr Gregory Lobo, former police commissioner Rony H Mendonca, Brother Jose Karimalai and industrialist R k Salian, were the guests of honour.

Elvina D’Souza, wife of Albert D’Souza and director of Printania, welcomed the gathering.  Albert D’Souza gave the introductory talk while children Elaine and Aldridge gave the felicitation speech. Fr Louri Fera compered the programme. Fr Charles Vas’s troupe presented a cultural programme.


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