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AMAR # 1573 Republic Day celebrated at Auxilium Wadala

Auxilium Convent High School, Wadala had celebrated physical and virtual 73rd year Republic Day on 26th January, 2022. “Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes” – Mahatma Gandhi. The programme began at 8.15am with a meaningful prayer service. The highlights of the celebration were the speeches given by the students’in English, Marathi and Hindi. The dances were performed by pre-primary section, patriotic

AMAR # 1572 Auxilium Ahmednagar celebrates Republic Day

Into that heaven of freedom my Father, let my country awake! Auxilium, Ahmednagar celebrated the 73rd Republic day of India with great patriotism and zeal. It was an online as well as an offline event. The class teachers animated  their classes through a well-prepared programme consisting of a prayer service and several videos on ‘Why is Republic day celebrated?’, ‘How is Republic day celebrated?’ , ‘ The difference between  Republic

AMAR # 1571 Republic Day Celebrations at Auxilium Lonavla

On the occasion of Republic Day of India, 26 January, 2022, Auxilium Convent School Lonavla had a festal celebration of India’s rich Constitution. All the teachers gathered for the flag hoisting at 7:30am. The chief guest for the occasion was Tr. Vrushali Shelar, who gave a fitting message on the need to be good citizens of India as also those who form the future citizens of this great Nation. The

AMAR # 1570 Auxilium Baroda celebrates Republic Day

“The historical day, borne out of hundreds of years of freedom struggle, when the people of India wrote their own ‘ Law Book’, this uplifted people to a new dawn.” Auxilium Convent High School, Baroda celebrated the 73rd Republic Day of India with great delight, vigour and enthusiasm.  The honourable Chief Guest for the day was none other than our retired faculty member, Mrs. Martha Parmar. There was a wonderful

AMAR # 1569 Celebration of Republic Day at Kune

Today – 26 January 2022 the children of Katkari Vidhaya Mandir – Kune, celebrated the Republic Day. It began with a short prayer invoking God’s blessings on our leaders so that they may govern our country India according to the directives of the Constitutions. Sr. Carol Nunes hoisted the flag. Sr. Reshma Nune, the animator was also present for the programme. In her speech Sr. Carol told the children about

AMAR # 1568 ADMA members gather at Nirmal

On 24th January 2022, Sr. Jean Colas welcomed the members. She spoke on Blessed Laura Vicuna whose feast was on 22nd January. She also spoke on Don Bosco our father and founder and showed them Don Bosco’s movie in Marathi. This was followed by Rosary where the members prayed for various intention of the world, the Institute, the Church and for the sick members. They were 8 members in all.

AMAR # 1567 73rd Republic day Celebration at Nashik

“NA PUCHO ZAMANE SE,KE KYA HAMARI KAHANI HAI, HAMARI KAHANI TO BAS ITNE HAI, KE HUM SAB HINDUSTANI HAI”. We the community of SHTC Nashik were glad to celebrate the 73rd Republic day of India. The community of Maria Vihar along with the hostel girls and boarders joined us for the function. The chief guest for the day was Sr. Salome D’Souza, the Novice Formator. To honour our country we

AMAR # 1566 Feast of Laura at Pansora

On 22 February the feast of our teenage Saint Bl. Laura Vicuna was celebrated with much love and fervour in the community, in the boarding as well as in the school. Various prayer moments and programmes throughout the day highlighted Laura’s virtuous and heroic life.   The School had a short cultural programme performed by the Staff and few students and all children participated in it online. The feast day Eucharist

AMAR # 1565 SHTC celebrates the Sunday of the Word of God

On 23rd January 2022, the Novitiate community SHTC, Nashik, celebrated this day as the Word of God according to the liturgical calendar. We spent the day in reading and reflecting the Good News which is always alive and active, sharper than any double edge sword. In the evening, we had a Bible prayer service, creatively animated through procession, enthronement of the Word of God and the reflection on “Jesus the

AMAR # 1564  Dance Competition at Kune

                          On 16 January 2022 the community of Ashish Bhavan  Kune organized a Dance Deewane Competition for the youngsters and the children of the Katkari community. All the participants came well prepared for the programme. The judges for the programme were Mr. Rahul Tandle and Mrs. Ashwini Tandle. The dancers presented their dances very well and the audience enjoyed seeing the children dancing. At the end the judges declared the