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HAGARI BOMMANAHALLI: Kristha Sharana Mandir [1995]

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Patron : Our Lady of Annunciation

Parish Priest : Rev. Fr. Danappa Moolimani

Address : Kristha Sharana Mandir

Church Road, H. B. Halli – 583 212

Phone : 08397-239516

History: Hagari Bommanahalli Mission was started in 1995. Fr. Anthony Puthenkulam was the first priest to stay there in a rented house. Fr. Jai Prakash Francis took charge of this new mission in the month of May 1997. The newly built presbytery and Parish Church was blessed on 9th March 2000. Efforts of Fr. Jai Prakash Francis and Fr. Ivan Pinto are seen here. A spacious school building was completed and inaugurated by the Bishop. The extraordinary efforts on the part of these young priests shall go down in the history of this mission.

Catholics : 17

BCC Groups :

Institutions :

  1. Assisi Convent – (ASMI)
  2. Kristha Sharan Vidya Mandir
  3. Assisi Leprosy Centre

 
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