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St Aloysius Primary students collect gifts for less fortunate children

Students attending St Aloysius Primary have worked to collect as many Christmas presents as possible for less fortunate children who attend missionary schools in Peru’.

The children have managed to pack some 600 shoe boxes with gifts for these less fortunate children.

MSSP Bishop Giovanni Cefai, who heads the archdiocese of Arequipain in Peru’, welcomed this generous gesture yesterday during a visit to St Aloysius Primary.

The donation was made on the occasion of the College Foundation Day, with the College this year celebrating the 112th anniversary from when the Jesuits set up the school.

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