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Adieu, Fr. Paul Puthananagady!
By BIS Correspondant
Bangalore, Nov. 14.     Aluva: Fr. Paul Puthanangady sdb, who was suffering from cancer for a long period of time, passed away on 14 November, at Don Bosco Aluva, Kerala. He was 79. The funeral mass will be held at St. Antony`s Church, TC Palya, Bangalore on 16 November, Saturday at 09.30 am.
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Fr. Paul Puthanangady SDB

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Antony EARATHARA India Mumbai
says:
November 14, 2013

From Rini James, SDB : Thanks for the Message, I am privilege to be taught by him, and now I feel sad as he goes to his Master, leaving us behind. May God be merciful to him and grant him eternal reward." - Rini James, SDB

 
Antony EARATHARA India Mumbai
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November 14, 2013

From Dhanraj, Lingarajapuram: As a salesian cooperator, and family we along with other salesian family members pray the soul of our beloved father's soul to rest in peace and heavenly light shine upon him eternally. We believe that the soul of the righteous persons like fr. Paul is in the merciful and powerful hands of our Lord God. Dhanraj, Lingarajapuram, Bangalore Salesian Cooperator unit.

 
Antony EARATHARA India
says:
November 14, 2013

Message from Sr. Maria Pettayil, FMA Kolkata Provincial: we are extremely sorry to hear about the passing away of Fr. Paul. Many of us knew him as a true Salesian, a committed theologian and a lover of Liturgical celebrations. He was always keen to help us to celebrate the Liturgy meaningfully.We miss him here below but we are happy that we have an intercessor in heaven May the Lord embrace him with the crown of eternal happiness. Prayerful Condolences dear Fr.Thomas and to all your confreres. sr. Maria

 
Antony EARATHARA India
says:
November 14, 2013

My dear confreres, I am deeply grieved to learn of the departure of dear Fr. Paul Puthenangady. My sincerest sympathies to all those who feel this loss greatly : close relatives, Fr. Provincial, other confreres, Fr. Paul was my companion in my days of philosophy and practical training. He was an amazing worker. I learned a lot from him. His service to the Church has been impressive, his theological creativity most inspiring, his love for the Congregation most edifying. Even though this morning I am extremely busy, preparing myself for the "honoris causa" at the Urbaniana University, 10.30 am (Roman time), I am writing these few lines in a hurry and in pain. May the Lord reward Fr. Paul for his great services to the Church and society. Thomas Menamparampil.

 

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