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Christmas Celebrations in different Homes of the Little Sisters of t

Chennai The elderly Residents put up Nativity Scene during the Christmas season! Mumbai The students from Natesh Academic School run by Mr.Natesh Pillai came on 15th December 2018 at 4 p.m.and performed classical dance program for our Residents. There were solo and group dances. Baby Nithya 3years old, daughter of Mr.Natesh sang few rhymes and sang Jingle bells to wish every one a happy Christmas. Kolkata Our Home in Kolkata held their traditional Christmas party on the 22nd of Dec. 2018. The program was commenced by a prayer dance then a Christmas play which was exhibited by our excellent actors (our Residents). The theme of the Christmas play was based on the theme of the 2nd world day

Christmas Party conducted by Associates of Jeanne Jugan at Mumbai!

Mrs Mary Ann, the Associate of Jeanne Jugan of our Home in Mumbai organized the Christmas party for our Residents on December 8, 2018, at 4 p.m. The choir from our Lady of health Parish, Sahar, assured the carol singing. Adults and children participated in the program.The singing was melodious and the Residents enjoyed it thoroughly. It was a prayerful preparation to welcome our Savior Jesus Christ in our midst at Christmas.

World Day of the Poor celebrated in Bangalore Perpetual Secours Home!

Fr. Antony Joseph, the Rector of the Passionist Community, together with two other priests, con-celebrated, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, which was so appropriate to begin the Day, offered for the intentions of our Aged, mentioning each of their names, which really touched their hearts, and that of us Little Sisters. The choir put us in a prayerful atmospherewith their melodious and soft singing.Studies show that the transformative effect music has on the brain, especially that of the Elderly, and we witnessed this first hand with so many of our Aged Residents. Among the 40 Congregations that make this Zone, we thank the 25 Congregations with their Candidates, who made it possible to atten