Mangaluru: Infant Jesus ward day celebrates its Patron Saint day

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Mangaluru, Aug 14: The Infant Jesus ward day was celebrated with fervor. The celebrations began with the eucharistic celebrations which was concelebrated by Fr Ivan Dsouza, Fr Shabas Crasta and Fr Patrick Lobo.

This was followed by a get together in the church hall. A welcome dance was performed by the youth. Prakash Saldanha welcomed the gathering. Children entertained the audience with their performance. Youth gave a sensational dance performance. The adults from the ward also gave a mind blowing dance performance.

A felicitation was held for Dr Renita Maria D'Souza for being awarded with Phd degree, Rishal Renjal for clearing CA exams and Ronald Maxim for selflessly serving in the church.

Games were conducted for various age groups by Renita D'Souza. All the cultural activities were planned by Jyothi Pais and Reeva. The program was compered by Rekha D'Costa. Jovia Seema proposed a vote of thanks. The priests blessed the meals.

The programme concluded with a dinner followed by a Baila performance. The ward representatives Grippen and Jovia along with the core committee members Jyothi Pais, Rekha D'Costa, Renita D'Souza, Lavina Rodrigues, Stanley Bantwal, played a vital role in the smooth conduction of the programme under the able leadership of the ward gurkar Prakash Saldanha.




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