Maundy Thursday Observed in Vasai

News and pics by Ancy Paladka
Daijiworld Media Network - Mumbai

Mumbai, Apr 1: Maundy Thursday ceremony at St. Ignatius Loyola Church, Ambadi Road Vasai started at 7pm.  The ceremonies went up to 9.30pm. The Parish Priest Fr. Ozy Gonsalves was the main celebrant.

Fr. Joseph Justin Prabhu, Fr. Tony Jurschik and Vincent A. D'Souza concelebrated the mass. Apostles were chosen from twelve different zones of the church. The Eucharistic Ministers led the holy hour after the mass. Thousands participate in this ceremony.


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  • claude gonsalves, Brisbane

    Sat, Apr 03 2010

    I was very delighted & meant much to me as I viewd these pictures on the net - I am Ozy's bro, living in Brisbane - Thank you to Daiji world & specially toAncy of Vasai for sending these. God Bles & Happy Easter.

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  • Sr. Philomena Ekka, Jhagadia Mission

    Thu, Apr 01 2010

    Thank you for your thoughtfulness. Thanks for sending me the pictures of celebration of Maunday Thursday Liturgy. I watched it very prayerfully and reverendly and relived the loving action of Jesus -washing the feet of His disciples , Institution of the Holy Eucharist as permanent presence of Himself with us. It was really encouaging to see so many participating whole heartedly.

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