Dear friends in Jesus Christ, today the church celebrates the great feast of the Christ the King of the universe. This feast falls on the 34th Sunday in the liturgical calendar which is the last Sunday also in the liturgical year. Next Sunday will be the beginning of another liturgical year in the Roman calendar.Read more
Category Year C
Dear friends in Jesus Christ, today the Holy Mother Church celebrations the 33rd Sunday in the Ordinary time. We have come here to worship and thank the Lord for giving us life and to showering his blessing to us everyday.Read more
Dear friends in Jesus Christ, today we celebrate the thirty first Sunday in the ordinary time. Sunday is the time for all of us to worship and thank the Lord for on Sunday before 2000 years he rose from death.Read more
Dear Friends in Jesus Christ, today the Holy Mother Church celebrates the 30th Sunday in the ordinary time year C. As we part take in the Holy Eucharistic Celebration, let us worship and thank the Lord for continuously blessing us weather we are grateful to the Lord we forget his presence in us.Read more
Dear Friends in Jesus Christ today the Holy Mother Church celebrates the 29th Sunday of the ordinary time. Let us also take this beautiful moment to give praise and thanks to our heavenly Father for blessings us abundantly.Read more
Dear friends in Jesus Christ, today the Holy Mother Church celebrates the 28th Sunday in the Ordinary time year C. Today our heavenly father is giving us beautiful message to take into our hearts.Read more
Dear friends in Jesus Christ, today the holy mother church celebrates the 27th Sunday in the Ordinary time year C. We need to be very grateful to our heavenly father for keeping us in his love and faith.Read more
Dear friends in Jesus Christ,
The Holy Mother Church celebrates the 26th Sunday of the ordinary time. As we have gathered here to worship and thank the Lord for all the spiritual and materials blessings that God has been showering upon us, the Lord once again is inviting us to reflect the Word of God and His messages.Read more
Dear friends in Jesus Christ, today the Holy Mother Church celebrates the 25th Sunday in the ordinary time. As every Sunday we reflect God’s words, today also we have come together as one Christian family to reflect God’s words and his messages to live this week and in the whole life.Read more
Dear Friends in Jesus Christ,
Today, once again, we have gathered to worship our heavenly Father and to listen to His words for our daily spiritual energy. God’s words are so powerful to penetrate into our hearts and to turn our hearts to such a way that we are able to communicate to our heavenly Father.Read more
Reading 1 WIS 9:13-18B, Reading 2 PHMN 9-10, 12-17, Gospel LK 14:25-33. . . . Full Reading Here …
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Jesus Christ,
Today the Holy Mother Church invites us to reflect on the special invitation of Jesus how to be his disciple. We all want to be the disciple of Jesus and we also want Jesus to be our master. but what are the qualification we need to be the disciple of Jesus. What does Jesus expect from us to be his disciple?Read more
Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time
Reading 1 IS 66:18-21
Reading 2 HEB 12:5-7, 11-13
Gospel LK 13:22-30
Dear friends in Jesus Christ, Today we celebrate the 21st Sunday in the ordinary time. In today’s word of God is seems to be easy to understand but it is not that much easy to enter into the kingdom of God.Read more
Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Reading 1 JER 38:4-6, 8-10
Reading 2 HEB 12:1-4
Gospel LK 12:49-53
Sermon and Homily Notes
1. Set the Fire on Earth to cleanse not the material thinks but soul.
Jesus is not speaking abut the ordinary fire to set on the earth. The ordinary fire will burn everything and make them into ashes. The meaning of set the fire on earth is not to burn and destroy things, but to cleanse and to create to a new spiritual dimension in the hearts of the people . The fire which Jesus is referring here is not to deal with material things, but to deal with human souls. Jesus wants to set fire on souls of humans.Read more
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Reading 1 WIS 18:6-9
Reading 2 HEB 11:1-2, 8-19
Gospel LK 12:32-48
The Faithful Servant
Five or six hundred years ago there was a sultan ruling in India, of the name of Mahmud Ghaznavi. He had many slaves and attendants, but his favourite was a boy called Melik Khas. Melik was the son of a poor farmer, and he had been sold into slavery as soon as he was old enough to work. His intelligence and trustworthiness had marked him out from the other servants, and he had gradually risen to a place of high importance in the court. The Sultan valued his opinion above all others and loaded him with gifts of costly apparel, jewels, houses and even slaves of his own.
Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Reading 1 ECC 1:2; 2:21-23
Vanity of vanities, says Qoheleth,
vanity of vanities! All things are vanity!
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C
Reading 1 GN 18:20-32
Reading 2 COL 2:12-14
Gospel LK 11:1-13
Full Readings Here
Sermon and Homily Notes
A). If you take you action, your action should speak that you are a man of prayer.
Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Reading 1 GN 18:1-10A
Reading 2 COL 1:24-28
Gospel LK 10:38-42
The LORD appeared to Abraham by the terebinth of Mamre,
as he sat in the entrance of his tent,
while the day was growing hot…….
Today we have a unique and beautiful incident that has happened in the life of Mary and Martha. This incident is a spiritual incident where one can become Mary or Martha. How do you want to be? Do you want to be Mary or Martha? What does the Lord want you to be? To be like Mary or Martha?
1. What are the images in this incident? what is the background for this incident?
Jesus, Mary and Marth...Read more
FIFTEENTH SUNDAYIN ORDINARY TIME
Dt 30: 10-14 Col 1:15-20 Lk 10:25-37
Stimulus to Human Growth and Potential
Christ’s Teaching: Best in all the world; Christ’s Law’s: To high for people?
If you help a person on the street whose life is in danger and if you are in any way considered negligent, you may be liable. For this reason, many physicians won’t stop at the scene of an incident. So some jurisdiction have enacted what are called “Good Samaritan” laws- that one who attempts the rescue of a person in peril, provided the attempt wasn’t made with complete recklessness, can’t be charged with contributory negligence if the victims condition worsens. To know the law about daily activities.
In matters of eternal life, it even more important; thus the scho...Read more