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    Archdiocese paid homage to the victims of Bhopal gas tragedy

    In view of 33rd Anniversary of Bhopal gas tragedy, Bhopal Archdiocese organized a prayer service for the victims of gas tragedy by spending five minutes silence followed by tribute hymn, reflection and lighting of the candles.   Archbishop Leo Cornelio said in his message that more awareness towards any human tragedy is in need of the hour. It is observed that the victims of the tragedy continue to suffer without end. Humanities should extend material, spiritual and psychological support to uplift the victims who feel helpless and hopeless in their lives, he added.

    Fr. Maria Stephen, the P.R.O. asked the people to become the environmental conscious to spread love, peace and prosperity. Each human person is a gift of God and destroying environment for the sake of survival is a poisonous Gift to the Giver, he added. Killing others for the sake of oneís own success is a crime to the humanity and this crime destroys the very intention of Godís creation, he continued.

    There were many Sisters, laity and Social workers were present for the homage to the victims of 33rd anniversary of gas tragedy. 


     
     
     
       

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