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Catholic Sunday School summer camp concludes

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By EMN Updated: Jun 28, 2016 1:23 am
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Dimapur, June 27: Catholic Sunday School, Kohima Village, had organized the 14th Summer Camp at Christ King Jubilee Hall, Kohima Village, from June 24-27 on the theme ‘One bread, One body.’

Kethoneizo James, Camp Director, conducted the programme, while Fr. Paul sdb, Administrator of Christ King Parish Kohima Village, invoked God blessing and Ms Neizevonuo Angela, Secretary of Summer Camp 2016, pronounced the word of God. Vikepelie Victor, president of Catholic Sunday School Kohima Village, delivered the welcome address and Dr. Khriekuolie Peter, vice president of Catholic Union Christ King Church Kohima Village exhorted the campers and declared the camp opened by lighting candle.

Special song was presented by Luvenis Group and Ruokuovituo Robert, Catechist, said the benediction. During the camp, various activities like zumba time, creative recycle, sessions, rosary, holy eucharist, trekking and summer nite were conducted. During zumba time, various exercise were performed to keep the body healthy and fit, while in recycle active session, the campers were taught how to reuse the disposal plates and mineral water bottle into useful way of keeping cards holder or mobile holder.

In the first session, Fr. Anand spoke on ‘The purpose of life on this earth’ and in second sessions Fr. Victor spoke on ‘The importance of Holy Eucharist.’

On Sunday, Holy Eucharist was preside by Fr. Linus sdb, Principal of Christ King Higher Secondary School, Kohima. During the session, the campers presented choreography on a song titled ‘Ten thousand reasons.’ To create awareness to love the nature and to promote the civic senses, trekking session was conducted.

During the Summer Nite, children exposed their talents and gifts through songs, dances and recitation of Bible.

During the camp, children were divided into four groups where they competed on various items. Among the campers, Chathasezo Charles and Ms. Neilaphrenuo Lydia were declared as Best Campers 2016.

The camp is an annual programme of Catholic Sunday School Kohima Village where Sub-Juniors, Juniors and Inter-mediate students were called to learn more about Catholic faith and to build their confident in leadership.

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By EMN Updated: Jun 28, 2016 1:23:53 am