The joy of the coming of Christmas filled the Catholic University Temple in the traditional Christmas carol competition. More than twenty groups of students, staff, and family members put their voices and talents to interpret typical Christmas melodies, such as “Silent Night,” “Campana Sobre Campana,” and “El Chiricrín.” International students from countries such as Uganda, France, Italy and Ukraine also participated, covering tunes for “Holy Night” or “Last Christmas”, among others. As usual, the interpretation of Christmas carols by students of the Social and Labor Inclusion Program for Persons with Disabilities, UCAMPACITAS, was one of the competition’s most anticipated and acclaimed due to its originality.
The event, organized by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for University Counseling and Priest Service at UCAM, managed not only to fill the church with joy, joy, hope and illusion, but also the hearts of all the people who attended to celebrate the coming of Christmas.
More than a thousand students from UCAM marched through the streets of Murcia this morning to congratulate Christmas by singing Christmas carols. The students, accompanied by teachers and staff of administration and services to Catholics, departed from the Diocese of San Francisco de Asís and ended up in the Plaza de la Catedral. The activity was organized by the Office of the Vice President for University Advising of the academic institution.
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