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150 Children Enthusiastically Join Camp Cathedral

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altBELLARY, OCT 15: Over 150 Catholic children aged 6-10 years are participating enthusiastically in the children’s camp held at St. Anthony’s Cathedral, Bellary.

Fr. Paulraj PR, parish priest along with the parish council members is organizing the three days camp.

The children are showing keen interest in learning basic catechism, action songs and prayers”, said the assistant parish priest Fr. Basil Raj.

Bishop Henry D’Souza congratulated the Parish priest for his initiative in organizing the camp.

While addressing the children Bishop urged “to foster a spirit of love, respect and cooperation with one another”.

“Children should grow in an atmosphere of respect, acceptance and kindness”, stated Bishop.

He urged children to read the life of Christ and his teachings often and to be regular to the church. “After their homes, the church should be the place they love”, said the Bishop.

The camp was organized to impart Christian formation by familiarizing with the word of God and learning daily prayers.

The team of animators included: Frs. Paul Raj, Basil Raj, Mr. Jerry Gonsalves, parish council members and members of the pious association along with Catholic teachers from the parish. 

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