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Day 1: Visit to a Hindu temple; Concord parish reaches out

Day 2: Learning the rules of the road

Day 3: Family visits in ‘Catholic’ India

Day 4: Chennai (Madras) – Time with an apostle

Day 5: Close look at an Eastern Rite Church

Day 6: Ubiquitous respect for each others’ religious beliefs

Day 7: Southern India home to vast tea fields

Day 8: Worship on a houseboat

Day 9: St. Alphonsa, India's first canonized saint

Day 10: Home shrines a standard feature

Day 11: Portuguese influence very clear in Goa

Day 12: The Portuguese influence

Day 13: Time for a little tourism

Day 14: Seeing ‘the king’s land’

Day 15: Taj Mahal builder sought to unify religion

Day 16: India’s oldest mosque

Day 17: Discussing world issues

Concluding reflections

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placeholder January 23, 2012   •   VOL. 50, NO. 2   •   Oakland, CA

Bishop Cordileone’s pilgrimage to India

Time for a little tourism

Day 13: Wednesday, Jan, 11

Today I rejoined the group from the diocese for a tour of the city of Jaipur, and then Agra (to see the Taj Mahal) and then Dehli. This is more the “tourist” part of my visit here.

I spent a relaxing morning in the archbishop’s residence in Goa. He kindly offered Father George Alengadan and me a “little” lunch at 12:30 – earlier than their normal lunchtime – and he and three of his priests joined.

When we made a comment about him having said the lunch would be little, he clarified that “little” doesn’t mean “light.”

After lunch he accompanied us to the car, and we said our good-byes as we headed to the airport to meet the group there for our flight to Jaipur.

 



 
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