Cross Inaugurated in the name of Late Mr.William Carzai and Fr.Hugh Fonseca

The local East Indian Community  of Balamia Lane Mahim which falls in the jurisdiction of St.Michaels Church Mahim,unveiled a cross in the memory of late Mr.William Carzai and in the name of Fr.Hugh Fonseca the Priest of the Poor today on the feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour.

The cross which was  is a very old wooden cross had a new figure of Jesus with outstretched arms beautifully decorated on a marble base,surrounded by vitreous tiles and had a grill with small crosses.The cross was put in its new place and done up by Mr.Issac Carzai the son of Late Mr.Willian Carzai.

Mr.Issac Carzai who did up the new cross also dedicated the cross to late Fr.Hugh Fonseca who was a priest who always thought of the poor.

The cross was blessed by Fr.Walter Lopez of Victoria Church who blessed the cross and  spoke very aptly on the occasion .

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2 Responses to Cross Inaugurated in the name of Late Mr.William Carzai and Fr.Hugh Fonseca

  1. Simon Pinto says:

    Great work done by all the groups that helpd to clear the name of Fr Hugh Fonseca. Even the Cardinal Oswald Gracias was forced to make a statement even though his letter that was being circulated in the USA and Canada was made public.However the Cardinal distanced himself from knowing who was the person who leaked the letter even though his name was in the email.In fact I am told that this person is a resident of Mahim and so is the Cardinal. Strange are the ways of denial.

  2. andrea says:

    Thank you goes out to all who helped to clear Fr. Hugh’s name. Thanks goes out to Mr.Issac Carzai who did up the new cross also dedicated the cross to late Fr.Hugh Fonseca who was a priest who always thought of the poor. Yes this is the great honour given to our late Fr. Hugh. He was really the priest of the poor.

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