Mangaluru: Seventh day novena of St Lawrence held at Bondel church

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Mangaluru, Aug 7: Theme of seventh day was "Let us accumulate the treasures of heaven in our families and walk on the path of heaven with faith and hope."

Fr Anthony Serrao, manager Catholic Board of Education, was the main celebrant, Fr Gregory Pinto, Fr Kiran Pashan SJ, Fr Theo co-celebrated the mass.

Fr Anthony Serrao called on the devotees of St Lawrence- In Christ Jesus, our priceless treasure, who by his suffering and death has unlocked for sinners all the riches of heaven, dear fellow redeemed: Our treasure should certainly include our family and those others who we are called to love and care for with a special affection. Our treasure should also be our life of prayer and worship.


That’s the most direct way we love god in this world. Our treasure could also be particular acts of service we are inspired to do, or anything that makes up the will of god. Today's choir was from revelation under the leadership of Dr Suraj.

The 5.30 pm mass was celebrated by Fr Alban D’Souza, rector St Lawrence Basilica, Karkal, Attur was the main celebrant, Fr Andrew Leo D’Souza, Fr Melwin Pinto co-celebrated the mass.

The choir was from Angelore Parish under the leadership of Melwin Peris. Special prayers offered For the betterment of the families.



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  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    THANK YOU ALL my dear friends for the Devout Services for all the Novena Days to our Great Saint Lawrence ! I PRAISE YOU LORD !!!

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