I was a bit peeved when I read this in today's Delhi / Calcutta "The Telegraph": Minority education cell minus hands.
"Current St Stephen’s College principal Valson Thampu was first appointed the Christian member but was forced to quit amid controversy.
Is this how we want the alma mater to be remembered in the News Media?
Is this not what is the result of the washing dirty linen in public disregarding the consequences of such actions?
As you will recall, I analysed the character of Rev. Valsan Thampu at the outset many years ago and said that here was a person who had reached the limit as defined by the Peter Principle. My recent visit to the College for Founders' Day did not in any way result in the change of my opinion.
Not that his current adversary, the Bishop of North India, is any better.
Both of them, by their immaturity and childishness, have brought only shame to the work of the Church and our alma mater.
Is that what Our Lord intended?
Now this is what haunts the alma mater.
We should have professional management introduced and see that the College develops on all fronts and stays as the Number 1 institution of "education" in India.
I hope we can see better days soon.