Mangaluru: Logo launch event of 2nd YCS YSM Karnataka Regional Convention 2024 held

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Mangaluru, Feb 12: YCS/YSM Karnataka regional council organized a logo launch event for their upcoming regional convention on February 11 at Sandesha Foundation For Culture And Education, Mangaluru during the Sandesha Awards 2024.

Dr Peter Machado, the archbishop of Bangalore archdiocese, Dr Henry D'Souza the chairman bishop of KRCBC youth commission Karnataka, Dr Peter Paul Saldanha the bishop of Mangalore diocese, and U T Khader honourable speaker of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly launched the logo.

Fr Lourd Raj the regional chaplain of YCS/YSM Karnataka, Sr Molly Illyckal the regional lady animator of YCS/YSM Karnataka, Fr Sudeep Paul MSFS secretary of the commission of communication, Fr Steven Fernandes the diocesan chaplain of YCS/YSM Udupi, Anson Nazareth the national president of YCS/YSM India, Briston Rodrigues the regional president of YCS/YSM Karnataka alomg with regional executive committee members and national executive committee member Amica Frank, Sanjay D'Souza the regional president of ICYM Karnataka and Ashley D'Souza the regional secretary of ICYM Karnataka, Ranil D'Souza diocesean president and diocesean executive committee of Mangalore joined the guests in the logo unwailing ceremony.

II YCS YSM Regional Convention 2024 will be held from April 19-21 in the Archdiocese of Bangalore hosted by the Archdiocese of Bangalore. The theme being chosen 'GEN-Z for a self sustaining world' with the thrusts of healthy living, sustenance and voice of the voiceless.

Youth from 10 dioceses of Karnataka will be taking part in the convention. The young students and the chaplains are eagerly waiting for the upcoming convention to celebrate the youtfulness and unity.




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