Archdiocese of Bhopal celebrated the symbolic love and universal brotherhood with the students of different schools in the city on Friday at St. Josephâs Co-ed School, Arera Colony, Bhopal. Speaking on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan Archbishop asked the students to change the mindsets of gender disparity and collaborate with each other to live as sisters and brothers of one family to bring all round development of our country.
Explaining the history of Raksha Bandhan Archbishop reminded the students that this festival has gone beyond ages, relatives, caste and religion to build a better world as the world becomes suspicious on the relationship with each other. On this auspicious occasion Fr. Maria Stephen, the PRO of MP Catholic Church, congratulated the citizens of the country for the efforts to live brotherhood and he expressed the hope that these efforts will be continued irrespective of divisive forces in the country.
Mr. Sudhir, the Co-ordinator thanked all the students from St. Maryâs Convent School, Tulsi Nagar, St. Theresaâs Girls School, Piplani, St. Josephâs Co-Ed School, Arera Colony, teachers, Fr. Ronald M. Vaughan, principal of St. Joseph Co-ed and PR Office team members&Fr. Alfred DâSouza, Sunil, Sonia and Sanjana. The celebration ended with national anthem.