Protest against proposed Karnataka Anti Conversion Act
As per the constitution of India all religions are equal before the state and no religion can be given preference over the other.
● Citizens are free to preach,practice and propagate any religion of their choice.
● The objective of this right is to sustain the principle of secularism in India.
Recently Government of Karnataka has proposed a bill on Anti conversion.
Sensing the various perils to our constitutional rights due to this anti conversion act we, the catholics of Sacred Heart Parish Surathkal,staged silent protest with candle lights and silent prayers to enlighten our government to withdraw the said bill and also to bring to the notice of our government the meaningless of this Anti Conversion Act.
Wishing you a very happy feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
ತುಮ್ಕಾಂ ಸಮೆಸ್ತಾಂಕ್ ಸಂತೊಸ್ ಭರಿತ್ ಮೊಂತಿ ಫೆಸ್ತ್ ಆನಿಂ ತಶೆಂಚ್ ಕುಟ್ಮಾಚೆಂ ಫೆಸ್ತ್ ಮಾಗ್ತಾಂ.. ಬಾಳೊಕ್ ಮರಿ ತುಮ್ಕಾಂ ಸರ್ವ್ ಭೆಸಾವಾಂನಿ ಭರೊಂದಿ ಆನಿ ತುಮ್ಚ್ಯಾ ಕುಟ್ಮಾಕ್ ರಾಕೊನ್ ವ್ಹರೊಂದಿ ಮ್ಹಣ್ ಮಾಗ್ತಾಂ..
Surathkal celebrated “Konkani Fudar Divas” a festival to honour Konkani.
On 18th August 2018 at 5.00 P.M., The Sacred Heart Church, Surathkal celebrated “Konkani Fudar Divas” a festival to honour Konkani.
V.Rev. Fr. Paul Pinto the Parish Priest of Sacred Heart Church, Surathkal, presided over the cultural programme. Dr. Edward Nazareth, a well known doctor and Konkani writer was the chief guest.