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PM Modi attended the candle ceremony of the Sacred Heart Church on the occasion of Easter.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached the Sacred Heart Church in Delhi on Sunday evening. Here the priest of the church, Francis Swaminathan, welcomed the PM wearing a shawl. After this the PM attended the candle ceremony of the church. Here the PM lit a candle and prayed for the peace and prosperity of the country. After this the PM planted a sapling in the premises of the church.
After PM’s church visit, Bishop Anil Khuto said that for the first time a PM has visited this church. It was a happy occasion for us. He offered prayers by lighting a candle. We have presented the statue of Jesus to the PM.
See PM Modi’s Sacred Heart Church visit in pictures…
PM Modi reached the Sacred Heart Church at around 5:30 pm. Here the priest of the church Francis Swaminathan welcomed the PM.
The priest of the church presented the statue of Christ to the PM.
PM Modi lit a candle in the church. He prayed for the peace and prosperity of the country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the candle ceremony of the church.
As soon as PM Modi reached the church, the people present there stood to welcome him. The PM accepted his greeting with folded hands.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi planted a sapling in the church premises.
This picture is of the Sacred Heart Church in Delhi, where PM Modi will attend the candle ceremony.
The PM had tweeted in the morning wishing people a happy Easter. He wrote on Twitter, ‘Happy Easter! May this special occasion deepen the spirit of peace and harmony in our society. May this festival inspire people to serve the society and help in empowering the underprivileged. We remember the holy thoughts of Lord Jesus Christ on this day.
Pope Francis has prayed for the people of Russia and Ukraine, who have been at war for more than a year, on the occasion of Easter. He praised countries that welcome refugees. The Pope delivered his speech at St. Peter’s Basilica Church in Vatican City. Earlier, the Pope lit a large candle according to the age-old tradition of the Church. After this he was brought before the people on a wheel chair.