by Alan D'silva
MATUNGA-MUMBAI, MARCH 18, 2014: The evening began with the compere quoting Matthew 22:14, “For many are called, but few are chosen,” and welcoming everyone gathered at Don Bosco High School Quadrangle, Matunga on March 15, for a Lenten concert organized by Don Bosco Youth Services in collaboration with Open Secret for ‘ The Journey Home’.
A representative of the Youth Services gave a brief overview of DBYS activities and Salesian Youth Spirituality of Don Bosco Matunga. Our Lady of Dolours, Wadala showed everyone how to have an attitude of the Beatitude, by performing a rap on the same.
Open Secret took the stage and engaged the people gathered through the fourteen stations of the Way of the Cross. Visuals from Mel Gibson’s The Passion of Christ coupled with hymns steered everyone in soul searching journey. Macklin Lacerda, lead vocalist, cited a few of his personal testimonies.
The compere’s for the evening Angel Abraham and Alan D’silva delivered the Vote of Thanks by acknowledging the generous contributors for the evening, the Directors Fr. Glenford Lowe sdb and Fr. Cleophas Braganza sdb for their guidance, the volunteers, the organizing committee and Open Secret for making the event a fruitful experience for all.