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Independence or In dependence? Independence is a widely spoken and meaningful word with various connotations: some fight for it, some demand it; some sacrifice their life for it while others trample and tread over it! The purview of Independence is myriad within different contexts. “The essence of independence is to…

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Girl Child Independence

GIRL CHILD INDEPENDENCE   “A female has the right to her body even, if she is still in the womb” As I glanced through the day’s newspaper on 4  September 2017,  there was something in the news print  that  grabbed my eyeballs and I  got goose bumps. Astronaut Peggy Annette…

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Independence

Independence The term independence is usually used in the case of a state or nation. Here, it can be defined as the state in which people are not subservient to any foreign power.  It also implies that people of an independent state enjoy the rights and privileges of citizenship. Independence…

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In-Dependence on God

IN-DEPENDENCE ON GOD                                                             In a day and age when people speak so much about freedom and envy freedom, dependence on God becomes a very relevant topic. St. Paul, who probably considered himself independent before he met Christ, acclaimed that the strength and grace that comes through a total dependence…

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Understanding Independence

Understanding Independence The ecological crises, market fluctuations of one corner affecting the other corners of the world, are making the development-seeking, individualistic humans conscious of inter-connectedness, inter-dependence and synergy. They prove the famous butter-fly effect, which speaks of the flapping of the butterfly in one corner creating ripples in the…

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Samachar

SAMACHAR The feast of St. Ignatius was celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm. As a preparation for the feast, we had the Novena spread over nine days and each day one theme was chosen for the Novena. The Rector, Fr. Edward Mudavassery, was the Main Celebrant for the Mass on…

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Lights to Light

  Diwali – we all call it a festival of lights, a festival of triumph over darkness – victory of knowledge over ignorance, of joy over sorrow, of wealth over poverty, of love over hate, of hope over desperateness. The dichotomy of positive and negative could go on and on.…

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