Mangaluru: Seminar for couples held at St Sebastian church, Permannur

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Nov 7: A seminar was held at St Sebastian church, Permannur auditorium for couples on November 5 as part of family year celebrations. Chief priest Fr Cyprian Pinto conducted prayers and welcomed the gathering. Alwyn Danti Pernal conducted the seminar.

Chief guest Fr Anil Alfred D’ Souza, Bajjodi conveyed his best wishes to the couples. Assistant parish priest Fr Steven Cutinho, vice president of parish pastoral council, Arun D’ Souza, secretary Jyothi D’ Souza, organizer Dolphy D’ Souza, Bethel convent nun Sr Joseph Mary, Nirmala convent nun Sr Alphonso and convener Babita Tauro were present.

Couples who have completed 25 years, 40 years and more than 50 years of married life were felicitated.

Babita Tauro led the prayer. Demetrius G D’ Souza compered the programme. Nearly 435 couples took part. Meals were arranged to all.





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  • Praveen s, Permannur

    Thu, Nov 09 2023

    This is very important session after wedding.... couples can understand reality of married life.every church can arrange this program .well organized... really beneficial to Participants .

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