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Festivity Marked Tornagallu Parish Feast Celebration

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BELLARY, JULY 04: The entire community of the steel town of Toornagallu turned up to celebrate their parish feast with fervor, joy and festivity on Sunday July 04.

The celebration included a thanksgiving Mass, cultural presentations, fireworks and of course a festal dinner.

The entire church compound was tastefully decorated and the people were treated to festivity and fun.

Bishop Henry D’Souza presided over the Eucharist in honour of the Holy Spirit. In his homily he urged the faithful to be “filled with the Spirit, to be led by the Spirit and to witness to the works of the Holy Spirit.”

“It’s only in the Holy Spirit one can call God as Father and Jesus as Lord! The Holy Spirit is one that of unity, peace and love. All divisiveness and hatred comes from the evil one”, he added.

Bishop urged all the children present to be “Jesus Children!”

The enthusiastic parish priest Fr. B. Francis galvanized the entire parish to celebrate the feast so meaningfully and joyfully.

 

 
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