Mangaluru: Dr John Edward D’Silva elected as diocesan pastoral parishad secretary

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Mangaluru, Feb 23: Dr John Edward D’Silva was elected as the secretary of the ‘Diocesan Pastoral Parishad’ of the diocese, here, for the period 2020-2022.

The election for this post was held recently at the Bishop’s House, Kodialbail, in the city. Dr John Edward D’Silva has vast experience in education as well as the social field, as the animator of youth at Cordel and Cathedral parishes.

Dr John Edward D’Silva is an associate professor of Mathematics and the director of Xavier Block of Science and Research at St Aloysius College (autonomous), Mangaluru. Earlier, he served as dean and principal of St Aloysius PU College. He is also a member of the Governing Boards and Academic Councils of various institutions in the city.


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  • Thomas Raymond Dsilva, Mangalore/ Andheri West Mumbai

    Tue, Feb 23 2021

    Congratulations! On your successful election to the post of secretary to the diocesan parish. It is your hard work and experience which has brought to this level and hope your ideas and experience work for the betterment of everyone. Congrats once again.

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  • Henry J. Pinto, Mangalore/USA

    Tue, Feb 23 2021

    Congratulations Eddy on your election as diocesan pastoral parishad secretary. All the best for your service in the diocese. God bless.

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