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Mangalore Diocese Mega Bible Convention Concludes with Focus on Spiritual Growth and Family Unity

Mangalore Diocese Mega Bible Convention Concludes with Focus on Spiritual Growth and Family Unity


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Mangaluru, Feb 26, 2024: The Mangalore Diocese Mega Bible Convention, a pivotal event organized by The Mangalore Diocesan Service Communion (MDSC) and the Bible Commission, concluded its proceedings with a resounding focus on spiritual enlightenment and the strengthening of familial bonds. Held at the Holy Cross Church in Cordel Grounds, Mangalore, the convention drew a crowd of approximately 10,000 devout individuals, accompanied by their families, who converged with the shared goal of seeking spiritual nourishment and communal rejuvenation.


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Bible Convention


Bible Convention


Bible Convention


Bible Convention


Bible Convention


Bible Convention


Bible Convention


Bible Convention


The day’s activities commenced with a captivating praise and worship session led by Kevan Dsouza, MDSC’s Coordinator. Families participated in collective worship, guided by the harmonious voices of Rony D’Souza, Ambembal, and their team, fostering an atmosphere brimming with spiritual fervor and familial unity.

The pinnacle of the event was marked by the Eucharistic Mass presided over by Most Rev. Dr. Aloysius Paul Dsouza, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Mangalore. Reverend Father Clifford Fernandes, the Parish Priest of Cordel Church and Spiritual Director of MDSC, delivered a stirring sermon entitled "We are created and called to be transfigured." In his address, he urged attendees to contemplate the transformative power of faith within family life, stressing the importance of placing trust in the Lord and adhering to the teachings of the Word of God.

Rev. Fr Edattu VC delivered an impassioned discourse, accompanied by prayer sessions for deliverance and healing, providing a profound spiritual experience for attendees. Translation assistance was provided by Rev. Fr Andrew Dsouza and Fr Joseph Martis.

A special prayer and healing session tailored for families marked the convention’s conclusion, leaving attendees uplifted by the shared journey of spiritual enlightenment and renewal. The convention’s legacy is expected to endure, nurturing familial bonds and strengthening faith within the community in the days ahead.  “Forthcoming of the events of MDSC and its history will be available on the www.ccrmangalore.in,” said Mr Kevan, the coordinator.

Report and Pics: Canara Communication Centre


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