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3 KM long walk to Celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday at Pynthor
By Fr. Ioannis War Pakma
Shillong, May. 8. The Parishioners of Sts. Peter and Paul's Parish, Pynthorumkhrah, Shillong, undertook a 3 km pilgrimage from Mawpdang to Ummir as part of their celebrations of the Feast of Divine Mercy on Sunday, 27th April 2014.
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The pilgrimage which began at 10 a.m.from Mawpdang reached Ummir, the village where a newly constructed chapel of Divine Mercy is located. En route the pilgrims crossed 'Jordan', a river nicknamed so by the parishioners of Pynthorumkhrah. Different groups took part in leading the prayers and adoration before the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
Ms. A.M. Wahlang, a teacher, said it was 'nice experience to join the Universal Church in celebrating Divine Mercy Feast and to pray continuously from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.' Everyone shared his sentiments and called the events of the day 'a wonderful experience'.
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