FROSTY FIESTA 2019! Christmas Carols Contest mark Christmas ’19 & New Year ’20 Celebration at FMHMC
FROSTY FIESTA 2019! Christmas Carols Contest mark Christmas 2019 & New Year 2020 Celebration at Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical school, Deralakatte, Mangaluru (FMHMC)
Mangaluru : As they are saying “Better Late Than Never”, Christmas 2019 celebrations had been held at Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College, Deralakatte, Mangaluru was held on Wednesday, eight January 2020, for the truth that the FIRST scheduled Christmas 2019 celebration on 21 December 2019, needed to be cancelled as a result of surprising Curfew that was clamped in Mangaluru- so with the complete assist of FMCI Director Fr Richard Coelho, a full-fledged Christmas 2019 together with New Year 2020 celebration was held on eight January.
Yes, the season of pleasure was as soon as once more right here at the FMHMC within the month of January 2020, the season of belonging and enjoyable, and the season of heat and hope. The season when everyone seems to be ONE. It’s the season of Christmas- and the belated Christmas was celebrated in gusto and fervour at FMHMC. There was Christmas music, trumpet sound of pleasure and rebirth. Everyone current within the campus tried to sing of their hearts to carry peace to males on Earth, as a result of Christmas is the season of reward and thanksgiving for the incarnation of the Jesus Christ. And it was fantastic to see the scholars again from their Christmas holidays, after spending time with their households and pals of their hometown, gathered within the FMHMC campus to share the enjoyment and happiness of this winter.
The ‘Frosty Fiesta 2019’ celebration started with a prayer music invoking God’s blessing by the College Choir group, adopted by welcome tackle by Fr Roshan Crasta-the Administrator of FMHMC, an individual with an optimistic coronary heart and a smiling face, who stated, “Christmas is a feast celebrated with pomp and splendour across the universe irrespective of caste, creed, religion and culture, and therefore we have this celebration among students from various religion. Since Christmas is beyond all religion and culture it brings joy, peace, hope and love to everyone. Even though we missed to celebrate it on 21 December 2019, we are happy to have the bash now, and I thank Fr Richard Coelho for supporting us in this celebration. Since Christmas is feast of sharing and giving, let us extend our helping hand towards the needy, thereby be the ambassadors of joy and hope, and make a difference in others lives”.
Yes, Christmas is sort of a sweet, it slowly melts in our mouth, sweetening each style bud, making a want, it could final without end. Now it was time to chop the Christmas cake, which was accomplished by Fr Richard Coelho-Director of FMCI, together with Fr Roshan Crasta, Dr Shivaprasad- Principal-FMHMC; Dr ESJ Prabhu Kiran-VP-FMHMC; Fr Peter Noronha- Former FMCI Director; Fr Felix Noronha- Spiritual Director; Dr Deeap Rebello-Cultural Coordinator, amongst others. It was now to felicitate a bunch of Mullerians who ran an additional mile and captured the attraction of their school mates and lecturers. The Throwball workforce who introduced glory to the school was felicitated, adopted by felicitations to bunch of younger budding researchers; the primary college students who took up the STSH analysis mission and devoted their 100% efforts for the profitable completion of the identical.
Also felicitated had been Dr Sooraj and his workforce for his or her ardour and workforce work which introduced colors to the Christmas celebrations held at FMCI-Kankanady by means of their overwhelming skit efficiency; felicitations to Dr Midhun,Dr Febin and workforce for creating a beautiful crib in FMHMC campus, and to Dr Sr Soumya and workforce for creating a fantastic crib in entrance of the Our Lady of Lourdes grotto. The memento of Homoeopathic Conference ‘INVINIO 2019’ was launched by the FMCI Director on the event.
In his message, Fr Richard Coelho stated, “Nice to see you all back at the campus. If you never came back, it would be like trees without leaves. You are the people who bring joy and enthusiasm on the campus. Even though you missed to organize the Christmas celebration on 21 December 2019, be happy to enjoy the celebrations today, along with New Year 2020 celebration. Christmas is a celebration of love- a love that God had bestowed upon us. It is a season of joy, also a season of giving and sharing. The greatest gift God gave us is His Son Jesus Christ as our friend and protector. Jesus is truly a gift to all of us- a gift of grace, peace, joy and happiness. Let us take the Christmas joy and peace to the New Year 2020 which is again God’s benevolence on us. God loves us ceaselessly and has given us one more year to experience His love in 2020. With grateful hearts, let us greet one another by exchanging love and peace of Christmas in the New Year 2020 too”.
“I will give thanks to the Lord with my heart, I will recount all your wonderful deeds”- Psalms 9:1- for the whole lot God created is sweet and nothing is to be rejected and whether it is acquired with thanksgiving- and Dr Shivaprasad expressed his gratefulness to everybody who helped in making the Christmas and New Year 2020 celebrations profitable. Following the formal perform it was time for Christmas Carol singing contest, the place 4 college students workforce and one school/employees workforce participated. The two judges, namely- Fr Maxim D’souza- Professor in Theology and a Musician at St Joseph’s Seminary, Mangaluru; and Dr Suraj Noronha- Associate Professor at Manipal Institute of Management-Manipal, had been launched by Ms Anolin Sebastian- Coordinator of Jesus Youth Group. Both the judges had been offered with mementos on stage.
Following the prize distribution to the winners in carol singing contest by Fr Roshan Crasta, it was time for some enjoyable efficiency by a bevy of Santa Claus, which the group went loopy, and likewise began to bop to some Christmas and different songs, to make the celebration stuffed with pleasure and happiness that Christmas brings. No doubt Christmas waves a magic wand over this world and behold, the whole lot is softer and extra beautiful- and the ambiance at FMHMC was in full spirit of Christmas temper, and the enjoyable ended with a ‘Frosty Fiesta 2019’ dance to be remembered. The entire programme was meticulously and professionally compered by Md Stephy Varghese (IIIrd yr) and Ms Anna Lakshmi (IV Year) of FMHMC. Ho..ho..ho…
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