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Over the years, devotion and love for Our Lady have helped scores of people  contribute towards its development and upkeep.
Each week we will “travel” the globe to learn how different countries and families celebrate Christmas and the winter season.  As we visit each country we will experience their traditions through  music, arts, stories, and food.
Postage and packing is included in the sale price, which for most items will be about £4. Week 1 We are learning about the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah and kicking off the start of Christmas in EuropeDecember 2 Countdown to Christmas Advent Sticker TreesDecember 3-4 Hanukkah Menorah, Hanukkah pasta shapes and cookies.
An arch above the main portal has the emblem of the Basilica – AM, initial letters of the famous greeting of Angel Gabriel to Mary at the time of the Annunciation, in Latin: AVE MARIA. These letters are mounted on a crown and enriched by two stems of lilies, symbolizing Mary’s queenship and her virginal purity.The third floor consists of four windows, and a prominent circle with the inscription ANNO JUBILAEI 1904 – the golden jubilee year of the promulgation of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception, and the year of the inauguration of this new Basilica. When rung in unison they sound heavenly?      ?                              The Ave Maria emblem is clearly visible, 'Bandora' then 'Bandra' now                                          This bell is still rung daily                                                                                                      At each corner of each tower a stone pillar with Corinthian capitals is marvelously made to stand erect. In addition to the main entrance, there are four side entrances, and above each of these doors there is a large window throwing light into the nave.     The Life of Mary in murals?     The inside walls of this stone structure originally bore some beautiful murals, highlighting the events in the life of Mary, painted during the time of the first Rector.
Week 3 France, Italy, and the North PoleDecember 16 New Toy Day and French Yule Log snackDecember 19 Bucky the Reindeer Day. Since they had faded with the passage of time, they have been replaced by beautiful  fiberglass murals depicting the same story of Mary. Vimala (PDDM) and a group of artists from Goregaon, under the personal supervision of the present Rector, Msgr. Nereus Rodrigues.  The Teak wood Workmanship The ceiling of the nave, 42 feet high, is made of teak wood. We will put all the different fruits the children bring together for a yummy Kwanzaa fruit salad.    December 2-6, 2013It is Christmas around the world.
This week we learned about the Jewish Hanukkah and on Friday we celebrated the European tradition of St. The loft rests on either side on four teak wood columns, with fluted shafts and Corinthian capitals. The children made their own menorahs and rubbed them with oil to make them “glow” in the windows.


The one to the North, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, was consecrated by the late Cardinal Valerian Gracias on the occasion of the Consecration of the Shrine, 8th Nov 1954.       Projections Adjacent to the area of the side altars one finds projections on either side. We sang the My Dreidel song at Music Time and pretended to spin around like tops.  A dreidel is a Jewish top that you spin and play a game with.
The projection on the northern side, which was earlier a side chapel for private masses, now serves at the Eucharistic chapel. When one observes this projection from outside one cannot but notice the letters IHS, encircled by a crown of thorns, which are mounted on the outer side of the rear wall.
At lunch the children ate pasta noodles shaped like little dreidels and stars and Hanukkah cookies too. It is so much fun to learn about the different traditions through singing songs, eating new foods, learning new words, and doing hands on activities.  If you have a family tradition or a special food you would like to share with the children let us know.
A number of liturgical symbols are engraved on the outer body of the pulpit, like the loaves and fish, the two tablets of the Ten Commandments, symbols of Christ – IHS and PX, etc.
A large Crucifix above the pulpit is reverently approached by most visitors.  Mary’s Prophetic Words on the Arch  Exactly above the pulpit, one can see Mary’s prophetic words – “ALL GENERATIONS SHALL CALL ME BLESSED”, prepared artistically in wooden letters and painted in gold. They occupy a prominent place on top of the semi-circular stone arch that separates the nave from the sanctuary.
We opened the door to see who it could be.  The children shuffled out the door looking around.
High up on the altar is the venerable statue of Mary with the Christ-child that attracts all visitors.
The altar also has a beautiful circular tabernacle to preserve the Blessed Sacrament, with the words  PANIS VITAE (Bread of Life – in Latin) engraved over the door.   This Last Supper is highly detailed and is a must see for visitors  Embedded in the main altar is a marble plaque representing Our Lord’s Supper surrounded by his chosen twelve Apostles.
This plaque was inserted later by His Lordship Bishop Longinus Pereira to whom it was presented on the occasion of his visit to the Jesuit Seminary, Vinayalaya, in Andheri. Nick only comes when good little children are fast asleep so before nap we placed all the little shoes in a row to wait for St. The origin of many of our favorite Christmas traditions like decorating Christmas trees and making ginger bread cookies began in Germany.  The children were busy this week making ornaments to take home to put on their trees.
They learned how to make a pattern as they counted and strung red beads and a strip of green foam onto a pipe cleaner. We have been reading the classic story of the Gingerbread Man and the Gingerbread Baby at Story Time.  The children used glue and glitter to decorate a very big Gingerbread Man ornament that they just love to run with and sing, “Run, run as fast as you can. You can’t catch me I’m the Gingerbread man!” In Germany there is a legend about the Christmas Pickle. The legend goes that whoever finds the Christmas Pickle ornament on the tree first gets to open the first present and gets good luck for the next year. We hid our shiny pickle ornament in the tree through out the day and the children searched high and low for it till they spotted it hiding among the branches.


It is such a fun tradition and we are happy to send home pickle ornaments with the children so you can share this fun tradition with your family. On Monday the children made their wish lists and sat down at our special Santa Mail writing center to write a letter to Santa.
They carefully wrote, traced, or colored their Santa letters with what they wanted for Christmas and we will mail them out at Macy’s Santa Mailbox.
For each letter Macy’s receives in their Santa Mailbox they will donate $1 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation that helps make ill children’s wishes come true. The children had so much fun taking a long strip of dough with cinnamon sugar  and rolling it up into a bun. We baked the cinnamon buns and ate them for snack with hot chocolate and mini marshmallows. Then Everyone gathered around in their pajamas for Story Time to hear the reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.  It was a pajama dance party too and all the children danced to Jingle Bells and Frosty the Snowman. Thanks to Gideon’s Mom for the fruit tray  and Ralphie’s Mom for the poinsettia and Jell-O Jigglers. Many of the children even carried their gifts in all by themselves and placed them under the tree. They had so much fun unwrapping all the gifts and still more fun spending the day playing with their new toys. The children put on their reindeer antlers and they were ready to play some reindeer games.
They watched Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and made a Reindeer with their handprints at Art. Then they mixed and mixed up a batch of Magic Reindeer Food using oats, sprinkles, and spices to feed Santa’s reindeer on Christmas Eve. Today we learned about the Story of The First Christmas and how Christmas is Celebrated in Mexico with Los Posadas.  In Mexico they celebrate Christmas with parades.
The children  used a soft tortilla and topped it with their favorite toppings of refried beans, cheese, and rice.  Trinity’s family shared one of their Los Posadas traditions by bringing in a special Posada dessert called bunuelos. Asher’s Mom brought her special Mexican hot chocolate and sweet breads for snack which the children loved to eat. We finished the day off by making a Nativity art project with hay.  Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.



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