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THALAKKOTTUR Nicholas, Bangalore says,
Saint Buried in Tirupattur
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Bangalore, May. 31. We buried not Fr.Ittayachen but Holy man...saintly man Ittayachen. It was very moving for me to participate in the funeral service of Fr. Ittyachen....on 29th of May at 4.00 p.m. in Don Bosco School Tirupattur.

The Salesians represented from Chennai, Trichy and Bangalore bid bye to a living saint who dedicated His life As Salesian for the young. He lived...worked...prayed....as Don Bosco....yes a true saint.
Happy to share with you one of his confrences to us (when we were novices at Idaya Deepam in Yelagiri Hills 1997-98).

Sacrament of Reconciliation is like a petrol pump. To run the vehicle we need petrol so too to run our life...our spiritual life we need to go to the petrol pump - Sacrament of Reconcilation and get filled with spiritual power free from sin and then march ahead...fly and move faster towards the path holy life...saintly life....

May his soul rest in peace....
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