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Father C.P. Varghese Arrives At St. Jospeh's Catholic Church

As the youngest in a devout Catholic family of seven, Father C.P. Varghese always knew what he wanted to do with his life.

No dramatic moment occurred, but from the age of 7, the new priest at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Kimball had a desire to become a priest.

"Everyone always told me it was good to be a priest," he recalled. "I come from a very devout Catholic family. From early childhood, I have always attended Mass every day. The family went to Mass."

Father Varghese continued to explain that he has three sisters, and they are all in the convent.

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