M'lore: Fr Denis Moras Prabhu Inaugurates Refurbished Derebail Church

M'lore: Fr Denis Moras Prabhu Inaugurates Refurbished Derebail Church

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (MM)
Pics: Prajwal Ukkuda

Mangalore, Mar 1: The refurbished Most Holy Redeemer Church located at Derebail was inaugurated and blessed by Vicar General of Mangalore Diocese Fr. Denis Moras Prabhu on Saturday, March 1 evening.

Parish priest Fr. Godfrey Saldanha, parish council vice president Vincent Castelino, secretary Ullas D’Costa, deacon Sunil, superior of St. Anne’s Convent Sr Clarence and others were present on this occasion.

Meanwhile donors, contractors and others who have worked for the renovation and refurbishment of the church were felicitated.  Thousands of parishioners were present.

Victor Correa compered the programme.

The church was built in the year 1939 and renovated for the first time in 1975.  

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  • stephen pinto, loreto-now dubai

    Mon, Mar 03 2008

    Nice to watch you Darebail parishioners on Net. well done , let the hearts of all parishioners will renewed like the Church Building. ALL THE BEST.

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    Mon, Mar 03 2008

    Congrats! for Rev. Fr. Godfrey Saladanha for giving a New Look to Debebail Church.

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