Welcome to our Parish!!!!
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the website for the parish of St. John Bosco Church: whether you are a member of the parish family, a newcomer to our area in search of a parish home or your life of faith has drawn you to seek this information. It is my conviction that God has a plan for you to become actively involved in the worship and ministries of the Church.
Our parish has been in existence since 1993 and is prominently located in Vazira Naka, Borivali (West). It has served and continues to embrace the diverse generations of Catholics through association, groups and cells, the Sunday school and the Small Christian Communities.
I invite you to review our website in its infancy and encourage you to contact us if you have questions about our parish or its ministries. If you are a parish member, there is a wealth of information for you to use and also to offer your many talents in the service of our parish. In prayer, worship and service, we gather in JESUS’ NAME relying on His promise to be in our midst. Founded firmly in the faith and truth of the Catholic Church, we are proud of the legacy of our ancestors and are hopeful for our future.
Without the Lord’s grace, there is no other purpose for our existence. May God be with you and those you love as we continue to live our journey of faith.
Fr. Aloysius Furtado, sdb
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Clarification From Fr George Athaide, Secretary, ABE –Click here to read Beatification Of Oscar Romero –Click here to read Catholic Religious In Asia Seek To Reinvigorate The Church –Click here to read
SYM DON BOSCO 2015: Communion among the Youth of all the world – Click here to read Italy – SYM DON BOSCO 2015: Communion among the Youth of all the world –Click here to read RMG – “Five Fruits of the Bicentenary” ACG 421 –Click here to read