January 2017 Blog Posts (9)

ഒരു ചെറുകഥ-----------

 ഒരു വൈദികന്‍ എല്ലാ ദിവസവും ഉച്ചസമയത്തു പള്ളിയില്‍ കടന്നു ചെന്ന് നോക്കുമായിരുന്നു വിശ്വാസികള്‍ ആരെങ്കിലും പ്രാര്‍ത്ഥിക്കുവാന്‍ വേണ്ടി കടന്നു വരുന്നുണ്ടോ എന്ന്. അങ്ങനെ ഇരിക്കെ ഒരു ദിവസം പള്ളിയുടെ വാതില്‍ തുറന്നു ഒരാള്‍ കയറുന്നത് കണ്ടു.അദ്ദേഹം മുഷിഞ്ഞ വേഷം ധരിച്ചു...വളരെ ക്ഷീണിതനായി ....കയ്യില്‍ ഒരു ചോറുപാത്രവുമായി പള്ളിക്കുള്ളില്‍ കടന്നു പോകുകയും മുട്ടുകുത്തി തലകുനിച്ചു ഒരുനിമിഷം ഇരുന്നതിനു ശേഷം എഴുന്നേറ്റു പോകുന്നതും കണ്ടു.....ഇങ്ങനെ മൂന്നാല് ദിവസം അദ്ദേഹം പതിവായി പള്ളിക്കുള്ളില്‍ വരുന്നത് ആ…


Added by Shins Thomas on January 30, 2017 at 16:31 — No Comments

With the Fire of the Spirit. Jan 13, 2017

With the Fire of the Spirit............

The  early Christian communities took pains to carefully differentiate the baptism of John that dipped people in the waters of the Jordan and the baptism of Jesus that communicated his Spirit in order to cleanse, renew, and transform the hearts of his followers. Without that Spirit of Jesus, the Church grows dull and vanishes.

Only the Spirit of Jesus can…

Added by Elsy Mathew on January 13, 2017 at 15:21 — No Comments

While Saints and Apparitions are Important, Jesus Christ should be the Centre. Pope Francis. Jan 10, 2017

While saints and apparitions are important, Jesus Christ should be the center......

Pope Francis spoke about knowing and worshiping Jesus as the center of our life.

"This is the center of our lives: Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ who is manifested, gives you the opportunity to see Him. We are invited to know Him, to recognize Him in life, in…


Added by Elsy Mathew on January 11, 2017 at 5:28 — 3 Comments

St. Joseph of Cupertino

St. Joseph was born in 1603 at Cupertino, in the diocese of Nardo in the Kingdom of Naples. After spending his childhood and adolescence in simplicity and innocence, he finally joined the Franciscan Friars Minor Conventual. After his ordination to the holy priesthood, he gave himself up entirely to a life of devotion to the Lord and his church. His deep devotional life led him to the kind of holiness which is forged through humility, voluntary mortification, and obedience. He was consecrated…


Added by EDAYAN on January 8, 2017 at 15:29 — No Comments

The Power of Rosary

The Power of Rosary

“Whatever you do, do not be like a certain pious but stubborn lady in Rome, so often mentioned when speaking about the Rosary.

She was so devout and so fervent that she put to shame by her holy life even the strictest religious in the Church.

 “Having decided to ask Saint Dominic’s advice about her spiritual life, she asked him to hear her…


Added by EDAYAN on January 6, 2017 at 17:10 — No Comments

Saint of the Day for Friday, January 6th, 2017

St. Andre Bessette

When Alfred Bessette came to the Holy Cross Brothers in 1870, he carried with him a note from his pastor saying, "I am sending you a saint." The Brothers found that difficult to believe. Chronic stomach pains had made it impossible for Alfred to hold a …


Added by EDAYAN on January 6, 2017 at 14:29 — No Comments

Pope Francis: ‘Prison conditions must be humane’

At his general audience, the Pope prayed for prisoners killed in recent riots in Brazil

Pope Francis has prayed for those who were killed in this week’s Brazil prison riots, saying penitentiary conditions must be “worthy of human persons”.

The Pope invited faithful at his weekly Wednesday audience at the Vatican to pray for the 60 who died in gang fights in the Brazil Amazon region prisons and their families, as well as inmates and prison workers…


Added by EDAYAN on January 5, 2017 at 12:24 — No Comments

Ten stories to watch in 2017 BY POPE FRANCIS

1) Dubia drama When Pope Francis released Amoris Laetitia, his apostolic exhortation on the family, last April the reaction was relatively muted. But as sharply divergent readings of the text emerged, a group of four cardinals submitted five dubia, or “doubts”, to the Pope. Cardinal Burke, the most vocal signatory, says the cardinals will issue a “formal act of correction” if they receive no reply. This is a dramatic development that threatens to destabilise this pontificate…


Added by EDAYAN on January 5, 2017 at 12:21 — No Comments

Complaining to God is a way of praying. Pope Francis. Jan 4, 2017

Complaining to God is a way of praying......

In his catechesis, the pope spoke about the example of Abraham. This patriarch believed in God’s promise that he would have a child, even though he was very old, and his wife was infertile.  Time went by and the promise didn’t come true, so Abraham complained to God. 

The pope says this is a good example because being faithful doesn’t mean that one…


Added by Elsy Mathew on January 4, 2017 at 15:24 — No Comments

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