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Ryan Students meet Cardinal Oswald Gracias

Published On : 26 Dec 2023   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai, Dec.26: The students of the Ryan Group of Schools met and interacted on December 24th, 2023with His Eminence Cardinal Oswald Gracias, the Archbishop of Bombay, on the occasion of his birthday. During this joyful occasion, the students were fortunate to receive Cardinal's blessings and gain insights into moral values. Cardinal Gracias, a distinguished former professor at seminaries in Bombay, Poona, and Bangalore, as well as a renowned scholar in canon law and jurisprudence, graciously shared his wisdom on compassion, peace, and ethical living. The students were greatly inspired by his extraordinary contributions to social development, healthcare initiatives, and the promotion of interreligious harmony in India.

The students made the occasion special by singing a string of birthday songs and wished Cardinal Oswald a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Such interactive sessions with eminent personalities are conducted by the Ryan Group of Schools, aligning with the vision of Founder Chairman Dr. A. F. Pinto and Managing Director Dr. Grace Pinto, to provide holistic education to children, with value education as one of the core components of the curriculum.

 

 







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