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Kuwait: KCWA Celebrates Nativity Feast - Photo Album
Report & pics by Wilson Saldanha Shirthady/Kuwait and Paul Aranha

Kuwait, September 9: The “Kuwait Canara Welfare Association” (KCWA) under the presidentship of Jossy Pinto Nantoor celebrated the feast of their Patron beloved Mother Mary (Monti Fest), on Sunday 9th September 2007 at the Holy Family Cathedral premises in Kuwait city.

The program started with blessing of new harvest (Novem) at 4pm by Bishop Camillo Ballin.  Fr. Melvin D’Cunha offered Holy mass in Konkani at 4:15 pm.  The blessed Novem was distributed after the mass. 

Traditional fellowship dinner was served to more than 3,000 gathered devotees with mouthwatering Mangalorean vegetarian dishes prepared by Caesars Restaurant and M & M Caterers. KCWA follows this tradition every year during first Sunday after nativity feast considering the holiday for domestic servants who do not get a chance to attend any programs which are specially conducted during weekends.  Every year the attendance for the program increases tremendously which is a proof of its popularity and sign of people in gulf missing traditional feast of homeland.

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