Thank you Mr. Francis Dayarsa.
Gujarati Catholic Samaj of USA invite for the Annual Christmas Celebration.
GCSofUSA presents CHRISTMAS CAROLS & CHRISTMAS GARBA/DANCE NIGHT.
If you have missed those garaba nights during Christmas week, then come and join us for a ramazat of raas/garaba, sanedo with live professional musicians and singers.
Come and get that feeling of home away from home as we celebrate our Lord’s Birthday in similar way as we did back in our beloved homeland India.
Date: Saturday, December 29, 2018
Time: 6:00PM to Midnight
Place: Church of the Sacred Heart
Holy Savior Academy Gym & Cafeteria
149 South Plainfield Ave., South Plainfield, NJ 07080
Tickets: 12 years & older $15.00/per person
Children under 12 free.
GCSofUSA is a non for profit organization. We welcome sponsors – $100 to $1,000 plus….
For further information please contact:
World’s First Christian Airline to Cater to Churches, Missionaries, and Charge No Luggage Fees
An aviation ministry located in Texas is set to become to the world’s first Christian airline.
The ministry known as Judah 1 announced last week that the Federal Aviation Administration had accepted their application to switch from a private operator to becoming its own airline.
The ministry currently serves Christians traveling around the world and domestically for mission trips and religious tours.
“We serve missions minded Christian people of all denominations traveling to the mission fields of the world. Our planes have delivered hundreds of missionaries and transported thousands of pounds of cargo. It is very rewarding to know how many Judah 1 and our partners have helped. This includes the thousands who have been seen in medical clinics and the thousands who have accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior. It is our passion to help you reach the estimated two and a half billion people who do not know Jesus and it only takes YOUR HANDS, GOD’S LOVE, OUR WINGS,” according to the Judah 1’s website.
The Humanities Produce Creative Problem Solvers. Please find below one example of humanity by the Principal, staff and students of St. Mary’s High School, Mariampura. I am an ex student of this school during 1969-1972 and very proud of my school.
School and Curriculum or Learning and Humanity?
By Matt Christie
Humanity is our point of living. It is the deepness and richness in our lives that can only be felt, not possessed. Most of us have lost our ability to be honest with ourselves about the loss of our humanity yet we try to fill that void with possessions, power, therapy and gluttony. Humanity is comprised of our sacredness and our freedom. Modern society has disconnected us from both of these. Spirituality is the reality of our existence that we are beautiful beings in a complex web of existence whose beings, while simultaneously are both individual and collective, are together greater than the sum of their parts.
Undeniably the major discourse of schools is not about children or learning but about curriculum and imposing it on to students. The very measure of success in school is: did the student learn the curriculum? Of course when you teach the curriculum you either “win or lose”; however, when you nourish the child and their connection to the community you create a world rooted in respect and love. Perhaps in this sort of world we may finally recognize social and environmental justice.