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Mangaluru, Nov 16 : On the occasion of the Sesquicentennial Celebrations of the Apostolic Carmel in India, the Faculty of Carmel School, Mangaluru organized a significant programme showcasing the glimpses of the pioneering days in India. From the large village of Mangalore to the Smart city of today, this Congregation and the Sisters have played a magnificent role in the field of education and especially to the education of the girl child.

The programme initiated with a prayer of gratitude, offering 15 lamps symbolizing each decade .This was followed a meaningful dance ‘Neene Neene’- ‘You Alone Lord’ depicting the motto of the Apostolic Carmel - God Alone Suffices. The significance of the day was enumerated by Sister Sarika, the Principal .The folk dance graciously recounted the goodness and the bountiful blessings of God on the Congregation.

The play entitled ‘The Faith Journey of the Shattered Dream’ scripted and directed by Sister Rose Agnes, the Administrator exemplified the struggle of Mother Veronica, the hardships borne by the daring first Superior General, Mother Marie Des Ange, the role of Mother Aloysia, the woman of caliber and vision, to the ‘Keepers of the Flame’ that followed thereafter and to every sister in the journey of 150 miles. The programme was compeered by Mrs. Cynthia Renjal.

‘A New Star Risen in the Ocean’ was a final song of affection hailing Venerable Mother Veronica and offering the gratitude of a hundred fifty generations.

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