The long cherished dream of Nagaland Catholic Youth Movement (NCYM) came to reality on October on 4 when Rt. Rev. Jose Mukala, Bishop of Kohima inaugurated the music course at Mt. Tabor Kohima.
The aim of the course is to bring the interested youth under one banner to train them and make the church liturgy livelier and to worship God more meaningfully through music, the Bishop said. He also added, music was an excellent art form of expressing the love for God.
Director of Nagaland Catholic Youth Movement (NCYM) and Peace Channel, Rev Fr.C P. Anto addressing a gathering of musicians at Kohima said Nagaland had been producing employment in service sector rather than the productive sector. Our youth have been a big contributors in the service sector in the national and international level, said Fr. Anto. Stating that Nagaland was known for music and musicians Fr. Anto urged the gathering to encourage and support youth to be effective musicians who would contribute in the productive sector of the state. He also enlightened the participants on objectives of nearly one month music course.
The programme was organized. Robert Solo, President of NCYM welcomed the gathering while Enrica chaired the programme and Victor Angami, proposed vote of thanks.