Sunday, July 18, 2010



On June 30, 2010 as we keep a filial remembrance of our father and founder, St. John Bosco, one could not ask for something greater than to have his Lordship Rt. Rev. Lourdes Daniel, the Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of Nashik and the Bishop of Amravati, to pay a visit to Divyadaan. It was indeed a privilege to have him among us.

During his short visit, his Lordship assured the staff and students of Divyadaan of his prayers and wished them all the best as they continued their intellectual pursuits during this scholastic year. He was taken up by the vibrant energy of the community and was also pleased to see the way in which the activities of the house were being organized with certain finesse.

The community of Divyadaan hope and pray that this visit may be one of the many visits of his Lordship to our community.

Cl Mario D’Couto sdb

1 comment:

  1. Hi --

    I visited you website but the "contact us" button is not working (actually, it re-directs to some other sight). I see that you make available pdfs of journal articles on your website. I am interested in a series of articles by Fred Lawrence in vol. 19, specifically, these articles:

    Frederick G. Lawrence, "Martin Heidegger and the Hermeneutic Revolution," "Hans-Georg Gadamer and the Hermeneutic Revolution," "The Hermeneutic Revolution and Bernard Lonergan: Gadamer and Lonergan on Augustine's Verbum Cordis - the Heart of Postmodern Hermeneutics," "The Unknown 20th Century Hermeneutic Revolution: Jerusalem and Athens in Lonergan's Integral Hermeneutics," Divyadaan: Journal of Philosophy and Education 19/1-2 (2008) 7-30, 31-54, 55-86, 87-118.

    Can you put them on your website. I expect many people would be grateful.

    Mike Maloney
    Fordham University, Ph.D.