“Don’t use social media to impress people but use it to impact people” says Dave Willis. God communicates his love to us by becoming one of us, God himself has taken the initiative for us to come to know him, and he invites us to communicate with him personally through reading Scripture, through prayer and through fellowship with others who know him. Yes this is what the mission of the
On 11th August 2021, at Ashish Bhavan Kune, the tuition children had a drawing competition on the theme ‘Save water, save earth’. The Sisters instructed the students to use water sparingly and to respect God’s creation. On 14th August the Sisters invited youth from the village to discuss the YPP project ‘Hope for the Earth and Hope for the Poor. Sr. Carol Nunes began with the meeting with a prayer
At Eusebia Centre, Mundhwa, the Sisters along with the tuition classes students celebrated the festival of Rakshabandhan. After tying rachis the children were invited to plant a few saplings in the compound. It was indeed a festival with an eco-slant.
On 25th July 2021 a day for the elderly sisters was kept up at Auxilium Pali Hill. The day began with a meaningful, informative and participatory morning prayer. It was followed by sumptuous breakfast prepared by the sisters. The entire day was made a special one for our sisters with well conducted prayer moments and delicious food at different intervals, animated recreations, tokens of appreciation were given and a photo
Harkening to the call of our Holy Father Pope Francis, we at Maria Sharan Keshnand, planted a number of saplings during the past week. Under the leadership of Sr. Justina Rodrigues, our animator, on 15 August 2021 we took the initiative to plant nearly 150 saplings of mango, custard apple, guava, jackfruit and the like.It was indeed heart-warming to take part in this meaningful initiative and give glory to our
During this pandemic, to help the poor families, the Nursing Community College of Ahmednagar students came on the 24th of August 2021 to reach out to 10 needy families. These were moments of learning to live in solidarity with the suffering humanity.
On the 13th of August, 2021, the students of Auxilium Convent High School, Lonavala, were enthusiastically involved in the preparation of rakhis which would be used on Friday to celebrate the bond of love between brothers and sisters on Sunday, the 20nd of August, 2021, during the prayer service. Rakshabandhan is a special occasion to celebrate the emotional bonding of a sister tying a holy thread around her brother’s wrist.
This year the 22nd of August marked the day of celebrating the relationship between brothers and sisters. On this auspicious day the Novitiate community of SHTC was very glad to celebrate the occasion with the boys of Don Bosco Shelter. Around sixteen boys were present along with the Fr. Roshan Gonsalves SDB and the staff. The celebration began with a prayer moment held at our Novitiate hall animated by the
Every festival has got his own beautify and significance .The feast Raksha Bandhan is celebrated everywhere, so we the Maria Sharan girls came together and prepared the rakhis for our brothers. We had wonderful time preparing the rakhis. We got the opportunity to tie the rakhi to our benefactor Mr. Somenath Hergude who comes here every month and provide us meals.
On the 15th August, the 75th year of India’s independence the tuition children, computer and nursing students, altogether 85 in numbers had gathered at Auxilium Youth Animation Centre, Dahanu for the flag hoisting ceremony. The ceremony began at 7.45 a.m. Sr. Sera Menezes did the honours of hoisting the flag and all present paid due respect to our country by saluting and singing the national Anthem. The children honoured our