Church of Our Lady of Rosary, Kallianpur

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Church of Our Lady of Rosary, Kallianpur
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Mount Rosary Church
Igreja Nossa Senhora do Rosario
Church of Our Lady of Rosary
Mount Rosary Church is located in Karnataka Mount Rosary ChurchMount Rosary Church
13.386989°N 74.7255226°ECoordinates: 13.386989°N 74.7255226°E
Location Kallianpur, Udupi district, Karnataka
Country India
Denomination Roman Catholic (Latin rite)
Website www.mountrosary.com
History
Founded 1837
Architecture
Status Church
Functional status active
Designated 1837
Construction cost Rs.8,00,00,000
Specifications
Height 95 feet
Bells 2 (2)
Administration
Parish santhekatte
Deanery Kallianpur
Diocese Roman Catholic Diocese of Udupi
Province Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bangalore
Clergy
Bishop(s) Most.Rev.Dr.Gerald Isaac Lobo
Vicar(s) Very.Rev.Fr.Philip Neri Aranha
Assistant priest(s) Rev.Fr. Anil Silvano Fernandes
Mount Rosary Church (Portuguese: De Nossa Senhora do Rosario de Calliampoor) is a Roman Catholic church situated in Kallianpur in the Udupi district of India. The church came into existence in 1837 at the time of the Goan schism when some Catholic families withdrew from their Parish Milagres Cathedral and acknowledged the jurisdiction of the Vicar Apostolic of Verapoly. They built a church only a few yards away from the Milagres Cathedral. Since then it has undergone alterations and additions. It is strategically located close to the NH 66.

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Present Structure
3 Architecture
4 External links
History[edit]
In 1880, Fr Albert D’Souza (1879–1890) decided to build a new church and the location was shifted to Nejar Hill. The foundation stone of the new church was blessed by the then Bishop of Mangalore Most Rev. Pagani on 26 November 1880. Due to paucity of funds, Fr Albert D’Souza could not complete the church. At this juncture, Mathias Rebello of Thonse pledged his property, took a loan and completed the church building. The first mass was in the newly constructed tiled roof church building was offered on 14 May 1882. On 9 January 1883, the statue of Holy Rosary was installed in the church. The church also got some land from the Patel, Ignatius Fernandes.

The expansion of the church was done at gradual stages. Fr J.M. Masse (1890–1916) built the presbytery in 1895 and Fr John Salvadore Mathais constructed the portico. Fr Piedade Saldanha (1931–1938) built a shrine to commemorate the centenary of the church in 1937. Fr Rosario Denis Sequeira (1957–1967) built the grotto.

The sesqui-centennial (1837–1987) celebrations were held in 1987 during the time of Fr Victor Saldanha. The cost of construction of the new belfry was donated in memory of late Louis and Leticia Rebello by their family members. The newly erected belfry was inaugurated on January 30, 1999. Fr Godfrey Saldanha completed the church hall which was inaugurated on January 4, 2001 by Most Rev Dr Leo Cornelio of Khandwa diocese who is presently the Archbishop of Bhopal.

Realizing the need to spread education among the girls a primary school for them was started in 1925 and it was handed over to the Carmelite Sisters in 1933. On June 1, 1958 Lourdes Hospital built by Msgr R Denis Sequeira was inaugurated which was handed over to the Sisters of the Queen of the Apostles in 1962.

Realizing the importance of English education following the liberalization and globalization policy of the government, Fr Godfrey Linus Aurelius Saldanha began Mount Rosary English Medium School in 1997. The new school building was inaugurated on June 1, 1999.

Mount Rosary Church completed 175 years of existence in 2012. In order to mark the event and provide sufficient space to the ever increasing parishioners, Parish Priest Fr. Philip Neri Aranha who had taken charge of the parish since 2010 in consultation with the Parish Pastoral Council and the parishioners in general decided to rebuild the church.

In order to raise the new church, a prominent site where the previous Mount Rosary church existed was selected. The foundation stone was blessed by the Bishop of Mangalore Diocese, Most Rev. Dr. Aloysius Paul D’Souza during the Mass that was held at the Millennium auditorium on March 3, 2012 and the laid at the site in the presence of a large number of parishioners including Jerry Vincent Dias-Vice President of the Parish Pastoral Council, Secretary Richard Dias and former Vice Presidents- Stany Cornelio, Prof Ligory Aranha and Benedict Menezes.

The construction work of the church went on for 2 years and 9 months. As a result of meticulous planning and sustained work ably supervised by Fr. Philip Neri Aranha supported by Jerry Vincent Dias, Richard Dias and others the work of the new church is completed to the delight of all the parishioners.

Present Structure[edit]
The new building of the 178-year-old Mount Rosary Church was inaugurated on Tuesday, January 6, 2015. The Church was inaugurated by Jerry Vincent Dais and Molly Dias vice president of parish pastoral council. The inauguration mass was celebrated by Rt.Rev.Dr. Aloysius Paul D’souza (Bishop of Mangalore diocese). Thousands of devotees witnessed the grand inauguration and blessing of the newly built Church.

With an imposing structure and elegant exterior, the church is spacious enough to comfortably accommodate 1200 faithful. The church is 115 feet long, 76 feet wide and 60 feet high. The chief attraction of the church is the high altar which has been superbly executed by renowned artists and architects from Korathi, Kerala. They have carved a beautiful altar with great care and dedication. The church has an adoration chapel which is fully air-conditioned. The wooden cross on the high altar, the tinted glass windows depicting different episodes from the Bible, the mosaic style Way of the Cross, the beautiful statues of saints and above all, the statue of Our Lady of Mount Rosary are the chief attractions of the church.

Architecture[edit]
The Altar of the church was designed by the Artistes and architects from Korathi in Kerala.The wooden cross on the High Altar, the tinted glass windows which depict vivid incidents from the Bible, the Way of the Cross in Mosaic style, the statues of Saints, the statue of our Lady of Mount Rosary are the primary attraction of the church.The church has an Adoration Chapel which is air-conditioned.

External links[edit]
Official Church website

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Knisja tal-Madonna tal Ruzarju, Kallianpur
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Mount Rużarju Knisja
Igreja Nossa Senhora do Rosario
Knisja tal-Madonna tal Ruzarju
Mount Rużarju Knisja tinsab fil KARNATAKA Monte Rużarju ChurchMount Rużarju Knisja
13.386989 ° T 74.7255226 ° ECoordinates: 13.386989 ° N 74.7255226 ° E
Post Kallianpur, distrett Udupi, KARNATAKA
pajjiż Indja
Denominazzjoni Rumana Kattolika (rit Latin)
website www.mountrosary.com
storja
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arkitettura
Knisja istatus
Status funzjonali attiv
Maħtura 1837
Rs.8,00,00,000 ispejjeż tal-kostruzzjoni
speċifikazzjonijiet
Għoli 95 pied
Qniepen 2 (2)
amministrazzjoni
santhekatte Parrokkjali
deanery Kallianpur
Djoċesi Ruman Djocesi Kattolika ta Udupi
Provinċja Ruman Arċidjoċesi Kattolika ta ‘Bangalore
kleru
Isqof (i) Most.Rev.Dr.Gerald Isaac Lobo
Vigarju (i) Very.Rev.Fr.Philip Neri Aranha
Assistent qassis (i) Rev.Fr. Anil Silvano Fernandes
Mount Rużarju Knisja (Portugiż: De Nossa Senhora do Rosario de Calliampoor) hija knisja Kattolika Rumana li jinsab fil Kallianpur fid-distrett Udupi ‘l-Indja. Il-knisja ġie fis-seħħ fl-1837 fiż-żmien tal-schism Goan meta xi familji Kattolika rtiraw mill-Parroċċa Milagres Katidral tagħhom u għarfu l-ġurisdizzjoni tal-Appostolika Vigarju ta Verapoly. Huma bnew knisja biss ftit tarznari bogħod mill-Katidral Milagres. Minn dakinhar dan ikun għadda tibdil u żidiet. Hija strateġikament jinsab qrib il-NH 66.

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1 Storja
2 Struttura Preżenti
3 Arkitettura
4 Links esterni
Storja [editja]
Fl-1880, Patri Albert D’Souza (1879–1890) iddeċieda li jibni knisja ġdida u l-post ġie trasferut għall Nejar Hill. L-ewwel ġebla tal-knisja l-ġdida tbierket mill-Isqof ta ‘Mangalore Ħafna Rev Pagani 26 ta’ Novembru 1880. Minħabba insuffiċjenza ta ‘fondi, Dun Albert D’Souza ma setax jitlesta l-knisja. F’dan l-istadju, Mathias Rebello ta Thonse mirhun proprjetà tiegħu, ħa self u temm il-bini tal-knisja. L-ewwel massa kien fil-bini għadhom kemm inbnew knisja saqaf bil-madum kien offrut 14 ta ‘Mejju 1882 9 ta’ Jannar 1883, l-istatwa ta ‘Santu Ruzarju kien installat fil-knisja. Il-knisja wkoll ltqajna xi art mill-Patel, Injazju Fernandes.