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Our Lady of Snow

In 1577, this church was built by the Portuguese.  King Tipu Sultan of Mysore with his army started destroying the churches and all things made by the Portuguese and he reached Pallipuram.  All the nearby people gathered in this church and prayed day and night to Mother Mary for the protection of this Holy Church through Mother Mary’s intercession.  God’s miraculous power took over and the complete area was then covered with snow, though it was summer.  Tipu Sultan’s armies were confused and they destroyed their own headquarter.  This wonderful act of Our Mother saved the beautiful church and since then, the church was known as Our Lady of Snow.

 

Family ID Head of the family
20-0011 ANSELM D'SOUZA
20-0080 CHARLES ALMEIDA
20-0087 CANUTE MENEZES
20-0088 JOHN D'SOUZA
20-0089 JOSEPH FERNANDES
20-0090 ALEXANDER FERNANDES
20-0091 GEORGE D'SOUZA
20-0092 DOMINIC D'SOUZA
20-0093 DERIC HERIQUES
20-0094 DANNY ALMEIDA
20-0096 RICHARD D'SOUZA
20-0105 DOMINIC D'SOUZA
20-0106 JACOB ACHARUPARAMBIL
20-0108 HILARY D'SOUZA
20-0109 RUBENROCK FERNANDES
20-0110 LOUIS MENEZES
20-0111 JOSEPH DIAS
20-0112 DOMINIC CASTELINO
20-0113 ONIELL RODRIGUES
20-0116 ELIAS  MATHIAS
20-0117 XAVIER RODRIGUES
20-0118 SYLVESTER D'MELLO
20-0119 MICHAEL CASTELINO
20-0120 WILFRED D'SOUZA
20-0121 JOAQUIM D'SOUZA
20-0122 FIRMIN D'SILVA
20-0124 CYRIL SERRAO
20-0189 LAWRENCE PINTO
20-0293 LESTER MASCARENHAS
20-0295 CONSON SARABICAL
20-0321 VALENTINO DIAS
20-0331 JULIUS FERNANDES
20-0334 PASCAL VAZ
20-0344 BAPTIST D'SOUZA
20-0366 FRANCIS GILBERT D'SOUZA
20-0368 JIMMY GEORGE
20-0373 MANUEL BARRETTO
20-0394 SOCORRO FERNANDES
20-0400 JERALD D'SOUZA
20-0441 BAPIST D'SOUZA
20-0466 WILLIAM MIRANDA
20-0488 MICHAEL D'SILVA
20-0498 NEVIL MASCARENHAS
20-0527 JOHN S. D'SOUZA
20-0528 DENNIS MASCARENHAS
20-0548 RICHARD D'SOUZA
20-0560 MICHEAL FERNANDES
20-0580 FELCY P. MENEZES
20-0613 JOSEPH ROCHI
20-0626 JOHN PATRAO
20-0628 LANCY R. MORAS
20-0649 MARK FERNANDES
20-0650 ROBERT D'SOUZA
20-0651 ALLWYN RASQUINHA
20-0683 ALOYSIUS FERNANDES
20-0703 VINCENT D'SOUZA
20-0713 EDWARD GOMES
20-0724 VICTOR CARDOZA
20-0730 VIJAY SHRIVASTAVA
20-0733 FLORIN D'SILVA
20-0748 PHILIP DIAS
20-0749 ALEXANDER D'SOUZA
20-0750 GABRIEL LOBO
20-0758 ROMALDO RODRIGUES
20-0759 ROHAN JAIPAL
20-0766 FRANK FERNANDES
20-0767 ALICE RODRIGUES
20-0768 JAMES FERNANDES
20-0769 NICEFRO COLACO
20-0770 EDWARD PERIS
20-0775 VERONICA FERNANDES
20-0780 MARY MARTIS
20-0781 ASHOK AFFOS
20-0783 FRANCIS SALDANHA
20-0784 LUCY MENDONZA
20-0793 JOHNSON LOUIS
20-0801 AGNEL D'SOUZA
20-0802 ROBERT FERRAO
20-0804 STANLEY ANTAO
20-0805 JOHN SANCTIS
20-0807 IVAN ARANHA
20-0810 TELETIN SURVE
20-0820 MARK  D'SOUZA
20-0836 BENEDICT D'SOUZA
20-0838 ALLWYN D'MELLO
20-0839 FELIX D'COSTA
20-0845 EDMOND D'SILVA
20-0847 PETER BARRETTO
20-0854 WINNIFRED CUTINHA
20-0855 MARK   FERNANDES
20-0860 GRETA RIDLEY
20-0861 STANISLAUS COELHO
20-0871 TREVOR REBEIRO
20-0873 FRANCIS RODRIGUES
20-0878 ASHLEY GOMES
20-0881 JULIET BANZ
20-0882 SANTAN DIAS
20-0883 INAS PATEL
20-0884 VALENTINE D'SILVA
20-0885 NASIMENTO LOBO
20-0887 FRANCIS REBELLO
20-0890 NISHA PAIS
20-0893 RYAN MENEZES
20-0895 CEDRIC PEREIRA
20-0896 ANTHONY D'SILVA
20-0897 FLORINE D'SOUZA
20-0902 KEVIN GOMES
20-0905 CELINE JOSEPH
20-0907 WILFRED MASCARENHAS
20-0915 MARUSHA D'SOUZA
20-0916 ALEX SERRAO
20-0918 RONALD LOBO
20-0926 JOSEPH D'SOUZA
20-0927 VIJAY MONTEIRO
20-0929 NATTY SOARES
20-0934 MAUSEEN PAUL
20-0935 YONETTA PEREIRA
   

 

 
     
 
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