Mangaluru: Patron’s feast celebrated at St Aloysius Gonzaga School

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Mangaluru, Jun 20: St Aloysius Gonzaga School celebrated the feast of St Aloysius Gonzaga with great enthusiasm on Thursday, June 20 in the Gonzaga hall.

The programme began with a prayer song led by the school choir.

Principal Fr Melwyn Anil Lobo SJ, chief guest Fr Lawrence Maxim Noronha and vice-principal Jacintha D’Costa were present. Ananya Pulicot of class IX A welcomed the gathering followed by a welcome dance by the students of class IX and X.

KG co-ordinator Aparna Suresh introduced the chief guest to the audience.

Kimberly Rodrigues of class X highlighted the significance of the feast of the Patron . A skit was also presented based on the values of St Aloysius Gonzaga. A melodious song was sung by class III and IV students.

Winners of various competitions held were awarded with certificates by the dignitaries.

The chief guest in his address urged the students to seek inspiration from the patron St Aloysius Gonzaga’s life to achieve greater things in life and always dream higher things.

Principal Fr Melwyn Anil Lobo SJ while addressing the students highlighted the noble qualities of St Aloysius Gonzaga and advised the students to choose a life imbibing the qualities of the Patron where they can excel and reach greater heights.

Hibah Abdul Kader of class IX rendered the vote of thanks.

The entire programme was anchored by Adeeb Bin Ashraf and Samridhi Salian of class IX B.


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