Monthly Archives: November 2013

Bronze Medal Winners @ Intel IRIS Science Fair

It is of great pride to announce that the IRIS National Fair 2013 finalists from our college Kiran S ( II PCMB E ) and Aditya Prabhu( II PCME I) have been  awarded the Bronze medal for their work on … Continue reading

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Survey Report

Eco-club survey conducted by the eco-club members in the month of November in Christ Junior College showed that the students as well as the teachers are well-aware about waste management but however feel that the government needs to take more … Continue reading

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Valedictory underway!

As all good things must come to an end, so will this journey of Colossus for this academic year will! The year of excitement, the year of competition, the year of dedication and determination will all end with the Valedictory … Continue reading

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CHRIST THE KING

Christ the King Christ’s kingship was addressed in the encyclical Quas Primas of Pope Pius XI, published in 1925, which has been called “possibly one of the most misunderstood and ignored encyclicals of all time. ’Christ,’ he says, ‘has dominion over all creatures, … Continue reading

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Pope St. Clement I

Little is known of this apostolic father beyond a few facts. He was a disciple of S. Peter, and perhaps of S. Paul. It is thought that the Clement whom S. Paul praises as a faithful fellow- worker, whose name is written … Continue reading

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St. Cecilia

The story of S. Cecilia is not without beauty and merit. There was in the city of Rome a virgin named Cecilia, who was given in marriage to a youth named Valerian. She wore sackcloth next to her skin, and fasted, and … Continue reading

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Presentation Of The Blessed Virgin Mary – November 20

Mary’s presentation was celebrated in Jerusalem in the sixth century. A church was built there in honor of this mystery. The Eastern Church was more interested in the feast, but it does appear in the West in the 11th century. … Continue reading

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