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Prayers are requested for Fr. Paul Puthanagady

By BIS Correspondent  - 3 Comments
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Bangalore, Aug. 31. Aluva: Fr. Paul Puthanangady who is suffering from cancer, had been taken to Aluva house, for further treatment and care. On Friday, 30th August, Fr. Paul Puthanangady, had a fall and consequently broke his hip-bone.
Fr. Paul was then admitted in the Samaritan Hospital, Pazhanganad, where the doctors suggested that he be operated upon and a steel rod inserted to hold his bone in place.

However the doctors also indicated that given Fr. Paul's present condition it could be risky to administer full anesthesia. They are now discerning the best way of dealing with the situation.

Meanwhile, he has been shifted to Lissie Hospital, Ernakulam to facilitate the treatment in an adequate manner.

The doctors will be able to decide about the surgery only on Sunday, 1 September.


frjosechunkapura India Jamshedpur
September 02, 2013

May God help the doctors and staff at Lissie hospital to find a way to make it better for dear Fr. Paul. My prayers and best wishes.

Doss KENNEDY India Karur
September 02, 2013

Assuring him of my prayers, especially from Don Bosco Provincial House, Tiruchy. Fr. J. Doss Kennedy, sdb

Simao Fernandes India Kolhapur
September 02, 2013

We shall accompany him with our prayers.


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