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Two Keepers of the Holy Cross !
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Two Keepers of the Holy Cross !

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD The recent passing away of Fr. Denis Noronha, a very well-known catholic priest of the Mysuru Diocese, brings to my mind snippets of my very long association with him as I started my education and completed it right up to the B.Sc. level, entirely in Christian educational institutions in…

Last journey of Fr. Noronha
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Last journey of Fr. Noronha

Hundreds including Adichunchanagiri Mutt Seer, Minister G.T. Devegowda pay last respects; Body laid to rest at Catholic Cemetery Mysuru:  Hundreds of people including dignitaries paid their last respects to Fr. Denis Victor Noronha, a well-known Catholic Priest, who passed away yesterday at St. Joseph’s Hospital  in city. The body of Fr. Noronha was kept for…

Fr. Noronha passes away
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Fr. Noronha passes away

Mysuru: Rev. Fr. Denis Victor Noronha (86), a well-known Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Mysore, who was presently residing in ‘Prashantha Nilaya,’ a Retirement Home for Priests of Mysore Diocese in Bannimantap, passed away today at 11.39 am at St. Joseph’s Hospital here.   Fr. Noronha, the former Secretary of Mysore Diocesan Education Society…

Tribute to Fr. Denis Noronha: A Priest of a Different Kind
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Tribute to Fr. Denis Noronha: A Priest of a Different Kind

Born on July 27, 1932, in Tenka Belluru village of Bantwal taluk in Dakshina Kannada, Fr. Denis V. Noronha was the man behind establishing many educational institutions in Mysuru — St. Joseph’s B.Ed. College in 1971; Pre-Primary Teacher’s Training Institute in 1978; St. Joseph’s Teacher’s Training Institute in 1978; St. Joseph’s NST, Primary and High…

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