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Bellary Teachers and Youth “Journey With Jesus for Spiritual Renewal”

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BELLARY, FEB 01: Teachers and youth of Bellary diocese held a two-day retreat on the theme: Journey with Jesus for Spiritual Renewal.

380 Catholic teachers and youth of the diocese enthusiastically participated in the two day spiritual exercises on Jan. 29-30, jointly organized by the diocesan Youth Commission and Bellary Diocese Board of Education.

 

Karnataka Jesus Youth team ably animated the retreat which was ably assisted by the Karnataka Regional Youth Secretary Fr. Franklin D’Souza. 

 

Bishop of Bellary Henry D’Souza inaugurated the programme. In his inaugural address, the Bishop urged all teachers and youth to “take Jesus as their greatest role model and to emulate his life in fearlessly”.

 

Bishop D’Souza urged the young Catholics to “declare their identity as Christians and their commitment to Christ”.

 

The programme was held in two streams, one for teachers and youth, and the other for teenagers.

Christ the King church and the Mathe Maria Mahila Dhama were the two venues for the programme.

 

Frs. Arokianathan and Mari Joseph coordinated the programme.

 
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