Mangaluru: CRI meeting held at Divine Mercy Retreat Center

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Mangaluru, Feb 6: A special day was held at Divine Mercy Retreat Center, St Ann’s Friary by the CRI unit of Mangaluru on February 5. The day began with a prayer service lead by Sr Sujatha – Holy Cross and her team.

Input session was given by Fr Prince Xavier from Archdiocese of Hyderabad on the topic ‘prophetic role of religious today’. He spoke with his life experiences and conviction of being a true follower of Jesus, challenging all to be authentic and prophetic as religious.

Followed by an hour of Eucharistic adoration and confessions to re-energize and re-commit lives to the Lord. Sr Cecilia Mendonca the KRCR president was present. She gave a grace filled message to the religious gathered inviting everyone to be more joyful and living witness of the Gospel.

Divya Bhatt, film-maker and social activist from Bengaluru gave us testimony of her life how she came to believe in Jesus who is the way, the truth and the life, in spite of being born in a Brahmin family. Her words inspired and motivated the gathering. After the lunch break, ‘tips for good health and wellness‘ were given by Fr Mervin Noronha SVD and Dr Sr Severine Menezes the president of Mangaluru CRI unit.

Following which, an Eucharistic celebration concelebrated by 5 religious priests. Around 450 religious priest, sisters and brothers benefitted from it. It was an enriching day with spiritual food for a joyful witness and it was well appreciated by all.





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