THEME & LOGO – ST. FRANCIS XAVIER

BHAVART EKCHAR ROCHTA, KUTTUMB THIRAYTA, SOMAZ NOVSORUNK PATTOYTA
(FAITH CREATES COMMUNION, STRENGTHENS FAMILY, COMMISSIONS TO RENEW THE SOCIETY)

This theme evolved having in mind the Solemn Exposition of the Holy Relics of St. Francis Xavier beginning in November, 2014. Capturing it, the logo has three main parts depicted by three sets of people: the Community, the Family and the Society. The people involved exercise their mission inspired by faith. The living and renewing faith is shown by the cross on the cusp of fire. The family, community and the group ready to work for the renewal of the society through justice and unity are all found standing on the traces of the heart and receive motivation from the grace of God flowing from the cross in seven colours (sign of covenant); heart is the sign of love. St. Francis Xavier, with a heart burning with the love of Jesus, came to us leaving behind everything to spread the Message of Love. This heart, burning in the lamp placed on two hands, acquires the form of a dove. Christians receive the strength from the Spirit and worship God in truth.

Ho vixoi 2014 Bhag Fransisk Xavierachea Dobajik Relikanchi Dakounn monan dhorun vinchla. Hem vixoi chitr Gonvllik vixoyacho songxep korta. Vixoyache tin mukhi bhag mhollear Somudai, Kuttumb ani Somaz. He tinui bhag bhavartantlean aplem karya ghetat. Ujeachea rupan khursachi khunna jivo, novsortolo bhavart khunnaita. Kuttumb, somuday ani, niti ani ekchara vorvim somazant novsorni haddunk toyar aslolo zomo kallzache khunnecher ube asat ani tankam khursar thaun sat rongamni (korarachi khunna) Devachi kurpa denvun yeta; kalliz mogachi khunna. Bhag. Fransisk Xavierachem kalliz Jezuchea mogan laslem ani ho Jezucho mog soglleank ximpddaunk to, sogllem soddun, amche-xim ailo. Hem kalliz don hatantlean pontti zaun zollta ani ujeacho rupkar parveachea rupan asa thoi ek zata. Kristi porza Atmeachem boll gheta ani Atmea-sotan Bapak bhozta.

This beautiful logo is the art work of Sr. Philomena D’Souza scc. especially for St Francis Xavier’s exposition 2014.