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Sisters of St. Anne, Tiruchirappalli (SAT),

Tamilnadu, India.

"Simplicity in life and Service to the poor"

The Year of Differently Abled (2019-2020) – Valedictory Function


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The Year of Differently Abled (2019-2020) – Valedictory Function

   March 14, 2020

God doesn’t make mistake. He has a plan. All along, and for always, He is putting into action this plan He has created. We are all given a part to play a certain journey and asked to do everything we can with it. For some, that journey is different. They are called specially abled, colourful children of God. The sisters of St. Anne are working for them from the inception of our Congregation and proudly celebrate this year as a year of differently abled. The Valedictory function this whole year celebration was held on 14.03.2020 at College campus, Anguchettipalayam, Cuddalore.

The function was started with the opening of the exhibition of things made by special children. Stalls were opened by Rev.Sr.Reginal, Superior General and blessed by Rev.Fr.Rayappan, Pontifical Institute, Bangalore. The thanksgiving mass was offered for the welfare of the differently abled people and the sister those who are working for them. The holy mass was concelebrated by Rev.Fr. Rayappan and Rev. Fr.Maria Anandaraj, Parish priest, Panikkankuppam.

The Guest of honour for the valedictory function was Mr Thirumuga Thatchana Moorthi, District Differently abled welfare office, Cuddalore.  The souvenir book of the celebration was released and the best teachers from each institution and the Special Olympic winners were honoured by the Guests. All the General Councillors, Provincial Superiors and sisters from different places have participated and shown their moral support to the Special children and the sisters.

Secretary General