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Horgor Poth - Assamese Prayer and Hymn Book released
By Fr. Bivan R. Mukhim
Guwahati, Feb. 6. The second edition of Horgor Poth (Assamese Prayer and Hymn Book) compiled by Father Joy Kachappilly SDB, Rector and Parish Priest of Don Bosco, Boko was  released today (5th February 2019) by His Grace Archbishop John Moolachira in the presence of all Clergy and Religious who had gathered for Monthly Recollection in the Archbishops House.
Archbishop John Moolachira of Guwahati at the releasing of the new Assamese Prayer Book at Guwahati.
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The Archbishop was full of praise for Father Joy and his team members who worked hard to bring out this volume and said that this book will be very useful in our Parishes, Formation Houses and Boardings. The book is sold at a subsidised rate of Rs. 100, thanks to the generosity of Archbishop John. In fact there was a scramble for the books and all the copies available in the Bishop's House were sold out immediately. Copies are available at Boko and Don Bosco Communications, Provincial House. We congratulate Fr. Joy Kachappilly for his initiative and for making it available at subsidised rate.


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