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Mumbai Salesians Mourn Br. Michael Condillac


By BISMumbai Correspondent
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Mumbai, Apr. 13. The Salesian Province of Bombay [INB] mourns the loss of Coadjutor Salesian Br. Michael Condillac who passed away at 1500 hrs on 12 April 2020, at Karuna Hospital, Borivali-Mumbai. Br. Condillac was 78 years old and a Salesian for 38 years.
Br. Condillac had served at St Joseph's, Kurla-Mumbai as Principal, ITI; Don Bosco, Fatorda-Goa as Principal, ITI; Bosco Udyogshala, Pinguli as Principal. He also served as Administrator at Don Bosco, Nashik and did his Diploma in Theology at the Sacred Heart Theological College, Shillong
Upon his return he served as Assistant Administrator at Our Lady of Fatima, Jaitala. From 2015 till the time of his demise, Br. Condillac was under medical rest at St Dominic Savio Boys' Home, Andheri and at Bosco Boys' Home, Borivali respectively.

We commend Br. Michael Condillac to the Lord, and pray for his eternal repose.
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