Mangalore Diocese calls for Prayer and Peace to end Manipur Violence. 124 Churches hold silent protest

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MANGALORE, JULY 24: To express solidarity with the suffering people of Manipur and to pray for the unrest to cease, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Mangalore called for a silent protest on Sunday, July 23, 2023 in all its parishes. 

Almost all 124 parishes of the diocese both in Dakshina Kannada and Kasargod districts held silent protests at the Church entry gates and in public places after Sunday Services. 


Our Lady of Rosary Cathedral, Mangalore

St Joseph Church – Jeppu 

Most Holy Redeemer Church – Derebail

Faithful prayed for Peace in Manipur during the Eucharistic Mass and gathered in large numbers outside the church in every parish despite heavy rains. 

Catholic Sabha Mangalore ® took the lead in holding peace protests and raised public awareness of the situation in Manipur. 

A circular published by the diocese also noted that Catholic Sabha and Commission for Women to hold a large public rally at the Clock Tower in Mangalore on Thursday July 27, 2023 at 4 pm condemning the Violence against Women. 

St Lawrence Church – Bondel

St Francis Church – Ferar

Sacred Heart of Jesus Church – Vorkady

St Joseph Church – Bajpe 

 Holy Spirit Church – Mukka

St John Baptist Church – Permude

St Paul Parish – Balkunje

St John De Britto Church – Narampady

St Joseph the Worker Church – Vamanjoor 

St Thomas  Church – Kollangana 

Our Lady of Remedies Church – Kirem

St Anne Church – Kelarai

St Antony Church – Fermai

Holy Spirit Church – Sampige

St Patrick Church – Siddakatte

Immaculate Conception Church – Kinnigoli

St Joseph Church – Soorikumeru Borimar

St Antony Church – Kulur

St Lawrence the Matthir Church – Permude

Holy Family Church – Omzoor

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