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Oil Dedicated to Theotonius Amal Ganguly

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Oil Dedicated to Theotonius Amal Ganguly

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Oil Dedicated to Theotonius Amal Ganguly

Prayer:

 Heavenly Father, we come before You with hearts full of gratitude for the life and witness of Theotonius Amal Ganguly, whose unwavering devotion to You and Your people continues to inspire us. Grant us the courage to follow his example of selfless service and tireless advocacy for justice and peace. May his legacy of compassion and humility ignite within us a fervent desire to serve You in our daily lives, seeking always to uplift the marginalized and bring about Your kingdom on earth. As we remember his dedication to building a better world, may we be empowered by Your Spirit to be agents of healing and reconciliation in our communities. Amen.

Scripture:

“He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?”

Micah 6:8

 

Theotonius Amal Ganguly from A Blessed Call To Love.

Theotonious Amal Ganguly, CSC, (18 January 1920, in Hashnabad, Bangladesh – 2 September 1977) was Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Dhaka from 1967 until his death on 2 September 1977. Archbishop Ganguly was a religious of the Congregation of Holy Cross.

The local bishop sent him to the major seminary, called St. Albert’s Seminary, run by the Jesuit Fathers at Ranchi of Bihar State, India. As usual, he was liked and appreciated by both the professors and seminarians for his studies and humble behaviour.

He successfully completed two years of philosophy and four years of theology studies at the seminary and, on 6 June 1946, ordained a diocesan priest at St. Mary’s Cathedral, Ranchi, by Jesuit Bishop Oscar Sevrin.

In 1960, Ganguly consecrated a bishop and Titular Bishop of Oliva as well as the Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Dhaka. Five years later he  appointed Titular Archbishop of Drizipara and the Coadjutor Archbishop of Dhaka. In November 1967, he became the Metropolitan Archbishop of Dhaka.

He was also the President of Pakistan Catholic Bishops’ Conference (PCBC,1971–1973). And President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Bangladesh (CBCB, 1973–1977).

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