East Indian Remarks
Requirements for "East Indian Catholic" Remark in the Baptism Register
In order to get the "East Indian Catholic" remark entered in the Remarks Column of his/her Baptism Register, the person concerned could directly approach the Chancellor at Archbishop's House with a letter, addressed to the Parish Priest of their Church of Baptism, requesting him to add the "East Indian Catholic" remark in the Remarks Column of his/her Baptism Register.
Along with this letter, he/she should also carry with the following documents:
1) The original certificate from either the "Mool East Indian Sanghatna" or "The Bombay East Indian Association" stating that he/she is a member of that Sanghatna or Association. Alternatively, he/she could get a letter from any priest who knows him/her and could vouch that he/she is an East Indian.
2) The original or a xerox copy of one's Baptism certificate.
Please note that both, the Baptism Certificate as well as the original membership certificate, will be returned to the parties.
Bishop Dominic Savio Fernandes
Archdiocese of Bombay
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