Nazareth Schools Celebrate Christmas

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

December 26, 2022

Nazareth Schools, Chatra, like all other years, had the Christmas gathering with all the staff of three schools.

More than 100 gathered together to enjoy dance and a sumptuous lunch organized by the SCN community. There are two such gatherings every year and the schools look forward to it.
This time it was more special as the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Associates also joined the happy occasion.
The day began with a prayer service and a blessing for all followed by lunch and dance by everyone.
A joyful day indeed.

Information shared by Sister Mary KA


  1. Sarah Ferriell

    Thank you for sharing this joy!

  2. Maria Brocato

    What a wonderful celebration! Blessings to all!


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