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People from all faith, creed, and colour have started reaching Velankanni as the annual festival of Our Lady of Good Health begins at the basilica.

Most Rev. Dr. Devadass Ambrose (Thanjavur) will hoist blessed church flag on evening. Special mass would be conducted in Tamil, English, Hindi, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, and Konkani.

On September 7, Jebamalai in Tamil, Matha Mantrattu, Navanal prayer, and special mass would be organised under Rev. Dr. Devadass Ambrose. On the same day, an illuminated car mounted with Arockiya Matha would be organised by the church organizers.

The devotees will pull the car towards sea shore road and Ariya Nattu Street.

On September 8, in view of Feast of the Nativity of Mary, Rev. Dr. Devadass Ambross will organise “Holy Mass” at “morning star church”. The festival will conclude the same day with the lowering of the church flag.

Special buses would be operated from Friday to September 10 round-the-clock from various destinations to Velankanni. Similarly, special trains from Vasco da Gama, Mumbai, Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam, Chennai, Tirunelveli, and Tiruchi would be operated.

Still the people are taking the sick and the aged in wheelchairs. Some devotees are seen carrying the two- or three-year old children with perambulators from Chennai.

Velankanni attracts millions of people throughout the year. It was some 550 years ago the Our Lady appeared with the infant Jesus in her arms to a poor and innocent boy who was carrying milk to Nagapattinam.

Ever since, millions of people irrespective of their caste, creed, colour and nationality visit the shrine and pray, said the Assistant parish priest Fr.Arockia Sundaram.