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DON BOSCO VISITS HIS DAUGHTERS AT AUXILIUM NANDANNAGAR
Guwahati, Jun. 17. Agartala, June 17: As if he was not satisfied with the visit and his presence among the sons and daughters in Tripura, Don Bosco's sacred relic made an unscheduled stop at Auxilium High School, Nandannagar, Tripura before it left for its long journey to Khliehriat in Meghalaya.
Welcomed by Sr. Marcellina Sangma, the Superior of the community, the relic was given floral tribute by the children who had gathered early in the morning, singing hymns and shouting slogans for Don Bosco. The girls and the Daughters of Don Bosco proved their love for their father and founder in this tangible way, and expressed their appreciation for his coming and his presence in their midst.They accompanied him all the way to the border to wish him off.
''I am not satisfied by the night vigil, that is why I am coming all the way to the border'' says Sr. Maristella Jyrwa. The great love of the daughters for their father and founder definitely is to be admired.

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