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New Khasi Book by Father Raphael Maiong explains different parts of the Mass


By Father Michael Makri
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Shillong, Aug. 28. A book explaining the different parts of the Mass in Khasi language 'Ki Jingbatai Bniah Ia Ka Iukharist Bakhuid' authored by Father Raphael Maiong of the Shillong Salesian Province[INS], was released on 26 August 2020, by Shillong Salesian Provincial Father Paul Olphindro Lyngkot.
In a brief explanation, Father Maiong said, ''The book was inspired by Archbishop Dominic Jala of revered memory. It was His Lordship who asked me to write such a book.''

Father Maiong served as the secretary of Archbishop Jala.  He has also served as professor of Liturgy at the Sacred Heart Theological College Mawlai and at Orien's Theological College. He has also earlier served as  assistant parish priest at Sonapahar Parish.

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