An updated library was set up in Chandapura by the younger Sisters of Charity of Nazareth under the initiative of Sister Amrita Manjaly, the provincial. This was a dream which finally turned into a reality during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Sisters worked meticulously every day; collecting, categorizing, labeling, and placing the books on their respective shelves, thus dedicating their time for this community activity. The library accommodates around 2,000 books with more than 1,000 under the spiritual and inspirational category.

Sister Amrita in her introductory address during the inauguration encouraged the sisters to consider this Library as a House of God (the giver of all knowledge) urging them to spend quality time reading these books.

Sister Alisha Anthony one of the youngest members inaugurated the library by the ribbon-cutting ceremony followed by the blessing of the library by Father Bijesh, OSFS. The young Sisters were felicitated with bouquets by the provincial in appreciation for their collective efforts in setting up the library.

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