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Father Joachim School Building Opened

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altJAWALGERA, AUGUST 27: The newly built Fr. Joachim School building was blessed and inaugurated by the Bishop on Aug. 27 at Jawalgera.

 

Made possible by the kind donation of the Trustees of Friars Minor of the English Province, the school building is dedicated to the empowerment of the backward section of the society.

 

The Diocese is sincerely grateful to Fr. Edward Hygton ofm for facilitating the process.

 

The local Kannada Medium school has been run by St. Ann’s Sisters of Providence for over fifty years. The English medium school has been a long standing demand of the local people, especially the local Catholic community.

 

Congratulations to Frs. Paul A, Chourappa Sollapur, Sam Nalan, Yagappa and Devanesan for effectively completing the work within a year.

 

First English Medium PU College In Devadurga Opened

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DEVADURGA, AUG. 22: Don Bosco P. U. College and it’s new building were blessed and inaugurated by the Bishop on Aug. 22 at Devadurga.

The Devadurga Mission under the pastoral care of the Salesians of Don Bosco has been providing pastoral care to the many sub-stations and promoting quality education in Devadurga.

The new PU College will have science and commerce sections.

Congratulations to Fr. K.C. Mathew and teams of priests and sisters for the excellent work.

 

Clergy Meeting And Study Session On The Joy Of Love Held

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BALLARI, AUG. 19: A clergy meeting of the pastoral clergy and a day of study of the Pastoral Exhortation- The Joy of Love was held on August 18-19, 2016 at St. Anthony’s Centre, Bellary.

 

The pastoral clergy attended the day-long clergy meeting which discussed on the activities of the diocesan pastoral commissions, the liturgical practices, liturgical language and pastoral matters.

 

The study sessions on Amoris Laetitia were animated by Frs. Sagaya John, Arul Raj csc and Lourdswamy T.

 

Pope Francis Leads The World’ Youth Day Celebrations

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KRAKOW, AUG. 1: Pope Francis led the Catholic youth of the world during World Youth Day celebrations July 26-31 at Krakow, Poland.

Over 2 million Catholic youth from 187 countries participated in the global event.

The theme was: “Blessed are the merciful, for they will receive mercy” (Mt 5:7). 

The youthful face of God's mercy can change the hearts of people who have lost hope”, Pope Francis said in his inaugural message. A young person who is touched by Christ is "capable of truly great things," the Pope told the mammoth gathering of youth at Blonia Park.

On the final day over 2 million youth participated in the open air Mass at Campus Misericordia.

The city of Krakow was veritably turned into a youth capital of the world. The youth made pilgrimages to the holy sanctuaries such as Jasna Gora of Black Madonna, the Divine Mercy Shrine and the Shrine of St. John Paul II.

Over 1000 youth from India participated along with Telesphore Cardinal Toppo, Archbishop Abraham Viruthakulangara and Bishop Henry D’Souza. 

 
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Bellary Arogya Mathe Shrine

Bellary-Mathe-small The Shrine of Bellary Arogya Mathe was blessed and dedicated on 8th September 2000 on the feast of the Nativity of our Blessed Mother Mary in memory of the great jubilee 2000 and the Golden Jubilee of the Diocese of Bellary

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Diocesan Diamond Jubilee

This year is Diamond Jubilee of our Bellary Diocese.  It is completing 60 years in the service to God and His people.

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Loss of Life and Property due to Flash Floods in Bellary Diocese

 Number of people affected : 151,934
Loss of life : 72
Villages affected : 1,296
Houses destroyed/damaged : 118,833
Relief being distributed to : 3,500 families
No. Catholic houses lost: 560
Number of medical camps held : 22