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Eucharistic Celebration in Commemoration of Fr. Mario D’Souza, CSB

September 19, 2018

A memorial Mass, hosted by the USMC Faculty of Theology, was celebrated by Archbishop Roger Houngbédji, OP with Fr. George Smith, CSB as the Homilist in the Cardinal Flahiff Basilian Centre chapel in memory of Fr. Mario D’Souza.

Fr. D’Souza was the former Dean of the Faculty of Theology, former President and Vice Chancellor of Assumption University, Windsor, and a world leader in the field of religious education. Loved by his colleagues, friends, and students, Fr. D’Souza is deeply missed.

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