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Sad Demise of Father Mathew Narimattam SDB
Dimapur, Feb. 25. It is with deep sorrow that the province of Dimapur communicates to you the passing away of Father Mathew Narimiattam, SDB, 85, at Zion hospital, Dimapur, Nagaland at 11.30 am.on 24th February 2018. He was sick for a long time. Let us pray for the departed soul in our prayers.
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Father Mathew Narimattam worked in Doomdooma two terms, Dibrugarh for one term and in Jorhat Parish as a Priest in upper Assam. He learned the local language Assamese and felt one with the local people of Assam.

The mortal remains will be brought to Salesian College by 5.30 a.m. on 26th February 2018. Thereafter the funeral Mass will be at 8.00 a.m., presided over by Joseph Aind sdb DD, Bishop of Dibrugarh. May His Soul Rest in Peace. Our condolences to all the bereaved family members.
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