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Anthargangi Faithful Rejoice over the Renovated Chapel

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BELLARY, SEP. 17: The Catholic Faithful of Anthrgangi village belonging to Maski parish in Raichur district rejoiced over the blessing of the renovated chapel Sep. 16.

 

 

 

 

The chapel renovated with the donations mobilized by Fr Lourdusamy, the immediate past parish priest and completed by the present pastor, Fr Leo Michael was solemnly blessed and inaugurated by Bishop Henry D’Souza.

 

 

 

In his homily Bishop D’Souza urged the faithful appreciate that “they are living temples of the Holy Spirit” and treat all fellow humans with dignity and respect”. He thanked all those who worked hard to renovate the chapel, more especially Fr Lourdusamy T.  

 

 

 

The local Catholics and their friends and relatives gathered in large numbers, expressed their joy through songs, dance, Eucharistic Celebration and climaxed the celebrations with a colourful procession.

 

 

 

The parish priest Fr Leo Michael thanked all those who worked hard in renovating the chapel and honoured the Holy Cross Sisters’ Convent, workers, electrician, carpenter and the catechist.

 

 

 

The celebrations ended with a fellowship meal.

 

 
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