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Directory released

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Panaji: The Diocesan Centre for Social Communications Media (DCSCM), Goa, Church-affiliated body, on Wednesday launched “The Directory of the Archdiocese of Goa and Daman” for 2010-2011.

The directory was launched at Don Bosco Technical Institute, Fatorda in south Goa by Fr. Andrew Pereira, Parish Priest of Benaulim (St. John the Baptist Church) and Fr. Savio D'Souza, Assistant to the Parish Priest of Cansaulim Church at a meeting of the Parish Bulletin editors.

The publication is available at the Instituto de N. Sra. da Piedade, Café Amor, Pauline Book and Media Centre, Pauline Media Centre, Diocesan Centre for Social Communications Media, Archbishop's House in Panaji, and Liturgical Centre in Mapusa, Jivita Sondex and Kristu Kala Mandir at Old Goa, Lighthouse in Margão and Treasure House at Vasco da Gama.

This is the fifth edition of the directory, said a release on Wednesday.

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