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Navjeevan Convent, Alphonsa Nagar (Ujjain)

Navjeevan Convent, Alphonsa Nagar (Ujjain)

Place  Alphonsa Nagar (Ujjain)
Parish Ujjain
Established Year 2010
Address Navjeevan Balbhavan Alphonsa Nagar, Piliakhal Panjkoshi Marg, Ujjain
Pin 456 001
Phone 7089589693
Email navbalabhavan@gmail.com
Description 

NAVJEEAN CONVENT, UJJAIN  - 2010

Do a little more than you are paid to ; give a little more than you have to; try a little harder than you want to; aim a little higher than  you think possible.

Every dream has a reality either soon or later. It was the cherished dream of Mount Carmel Province to work in the field of HIV/ AIDS infected and affected people. Sr. Assumpta, the previous Provincial Superior along with her councilors expressed their readiness and desire to serve the children suffering from HIV/AIDS to the Bishop of Ujjain. And the Bishop was so much concerned about it and pondered over their request and waited for the day to come. Out of Gods abundant mercy this dream became a reality on 24th June 2010. Yes, it was an ever memorable day in the history of Mt. Carmel Province, Bhopal. Most Rev. Bishop  Mar Sebastian Vadakel requested the present Provincial Superior Sr. Jessy Maria and her council to take up this new mission as the extension of Saathi at Besera near to St. Paul School. After discussing the matter in the Provincial Synaxis,   Provincial Superior signed in the agreement and appointed Sr. Rosy as the Superior and Sr. Ancit & Sr. Therese as the community members.

The sisters, with enormous joy and enthusiasm accepted this call as a challenge to the present Scenario. Besera is a small two storied old building of the Diocese.  Since the maintenance work was not yet over the first floor was blessed on 24th June 2010 by Most Rev. Bishop Mar Sebastian Vadakel . On the very same day sisters started to stay in the first floor.

Our inmates Darbar and his brother, Dinesh, Shubham and his brother Vijay are from Shajapur Dist. Harh from Dewas Dist. And Yash from Indore joined on 1st July 2010. All the six of them are suffering from HIV and on ART (Accute Respiratory Tract infection) except Dinesh. All of them lost their both parents due to this same disease. At present they are the regular students of St.Paul’s Hindi Medium school, Ujjain. The diocese has already purchased a plot for this purpose therefore we hope that the Almighty God will tenderly take care of this mission for His glory and will spread its branches around.