This website is about the GOAN Christian Community of Pakistan. Every Goan has ancestral roots in Goa, India, formerly a Portuguese colony. All Goans of Pakistan are predominantly Catholic. Although the 'Christian Community of Pakistan' has contributed immensely to nation-building; this endeavor is solely dedicated to researching, highlighting and archiving the GOAN community's historical background, cultural heritage, significant achievements and contribution to Pakistan, before and after independence.


2012, September 8  Pakistan’s gift to Gujarat Jesuits
2012, January 22

 The Goan KOORS or Clubs of Karachi

2011, October 21  A little bit of Goa in Karachi
2011, June 12

 Those were the days

2011, February 10  One School, Two Songs
2011, February 9  The way we were – Nobody in Karachi whistles anymore
2010, August 24  Floods in Pakistan calling Goans…
2010, August 5

 A Karachi Family Album

2010, February 14

 The Magic & Charm of Goa

2010, January 18  Go, Goa, Goan - Goa, the Beautiful
2010, January 15  Goan Philatelist from Pakistan
2009, December 29  A Karachi Goan Re-Tracing his Goan Roots
2009, August 24  Life as it was Karachi
2008, July 23  Talk by Monsignor Terence F. D'Souza
2005, November 3  Visiting Indian's Interactions with Goans in Karachi
2003, January 15  My Friend Bonnie
2003, December 20  Goans of Pakistan - Issues before the community today
2000, July 13  Karachi Goans and Goans Everywhere
2000, April 13  Goans of Karachi have a History of their own
2000, February 15  Kurrachee or Karachi



2013, March 20  Luis John Mascarenhas
2013, March 20  Fr. Louis (Joseph) Mascarenhas OFM
2011, June 12  Ralph D’Aranjo
2011, February 16  Al Falcao - Collector Since Childhood
2010, August 26  Jerome D'Silva
2010, August 26  Rev. Fr. Terence D'Souza
2010, August 26  Fred D'Silva
2010, August 26  Joaquim Santana D'Mello
2010, February 10  The Dominic Savio Club and Choir
2010, February 6  Rev. Fr. Bonnie Mendes



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