“Democracy is not merely a form of government. It is essentially an attitude of respect and reverence towards fellow men.” -BR Ambedkar. As we all know Dr. B R Ambedkar was a renowned social reformer, politician, and jurist and is also called the Father of the Indian Constitution. He was the one who drafted the Indian Constitution which we adopted on the 26th of November 1949. To commemorate this significant
Goodbyes are not forever, goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean we will miss you, until we meet again. On October 28, 2020, Auxilium Convent High School, Baroda witnessed a memorable event. It was time to bid adieu to our dearest teacher, Mrs. Sheila Sharma, who had completed 32 years of dedicated and selfless service. She entered our institute in 1988 and ever since that time she has become
On 22nd November Ashish Bhavan, Kune organized an interesting and enjoyable day for the youth and children of Kunegoan. It began at 9.00 am and concluded at 4.00 pm. The day was packed with games, music and entertainment. It was truly very enriching day wherein the children and the youth enjoyed a lot.
Diwali is a celebration that unites people from every corner, religion and caste. The simple smile and a kind, accommodating heart melt even the hardest of hearts. It is a time when people mingle about in joy and embrace one another. Diwali is also a celebration of prosperity and indeed we are also blessed to celebrate our wealth that are our children. The Celebration in Maria Vihar began From 12
The Community of Maria Sharan celebrated Diwali Celebration cum Children’s day in our premises. The prayers were offered for the children of our Institute and for our Hindu brothers and sisters, who are celebrating this festival of Light, May this festival of Light bring prosperity, joy and happiness in our life. The children had put up a beautiful rangoli, and lit lambs around it. We began small programme by inviting
In view of World day of the Poor and Diwali, the Sisters from Auxilium, Pali Hill shared delicious lunch with 75 beggars and homeless people near Joggers Park at Bandra. Ratna Nidi Trust donated ready made garments and India Bulls Company sponsored packets of Paushtik Aahar. These were generously distributed on this occasion. Medicines were also distributed to the sick. The news reporter from Real News India interviewed Sr. Moksha
We the sisters of Maria Vihar celebrated our community day on 30th October 2020 with the theme “Building Bridges of Social Friendship for a caring society”. During the past ten days we have been preparing ourselves for our community day by praying for each sister and the different people connected to our community. We tried building bridges of social friendship in different ways like sharing and celebrating Dussehra with our
The month of October was packed with some rare and interesting activities, the best among them being the celebration of the Missionary week. A missionary corner was put up where the sisters could have a glimpse of the many FMA missionaries of our Institute whose life stories inspired and urged us to live each moment to the full.Some of the activities were as follows:*Praying for missionaries.*Offering masses for the departed
“Thanks ever thanks” On 29th October, 2020 with immense joy the Sisters of the Gujarat region celebrated the Provincial Gratitude day at Pansora. Sr.Priscilla Travasso (Baroda), Sr.Nayana Vankar (Pansora),Sr.Hilda Braganza (Dakor), and their community sisters were present for this great celebration. This celebration was very fascinating and also the venue was very dear to our dear Provincial Sr.Rita Dora. It is because her mission as newly professed and as a
Appreciation is a key to any relationship. Appreciating someone makes them feel good about what they do, and that it makes a difference to their lives. It makes them feel better about themselves, urging them to go on with new vigor, strengthening your relationship. On 15th October, we at Auxilium Wadala celebrated Appreciation Evening by appreciating one another in the community in a creative way animated by Sr. Rosaline Pereira.