It is 24th July 2020.  We celebrate the memorial for St. Charbel Makhluf, Priest. The readings are from Jeremiah 3:14-17; and the Gospel is from Matthew 13:18-23. Assimilation of the Word of God assures our spiritual fertility and growth. Invitation from the prophet Jeremiah to people of Israel in the first reading is also […]


  It is 23rd July 2020. We celebrate the memorial for St. Bridget of Sweden, Religious.  The readings are from Jeremiah 2:1-3, 7-8, 12-13 and the Gospel from Matthew 13:10-17. Life is a matter of choice not an act of obligation. Life is not about bombastic and beautiful words of promises but it is the […]


  It is 22nd July 2020.  We celebrate the Feast of St Mary Magdalene. The readings are from Songs 3:1-4 and the Gospel from John 20:1-2, 11-18. Quest for our hearts is God then we will find God. If the distress in seeking God is not distracted by desires, we certainly find God not only […]


  It is 21st July 2020.  We celebrate the memorial of St Lawrence of Brindisi, priest, and doctor of the Church. The readings are from Micah 7:14-15, 18-20; and the Gospel is from Matthew 12:46-50. God protects our families while the families provide the environment to experience God in and around. A child who struggles […]


  It is 20th July 2020.  We celebrate the memorial of St Apollinaris, bishop, and martyr. The readings are from Micah 6:1-4, 6-8; and the Gospel from Matthew 12:38-42. More we remember, more we love.  Love compensates everything. Ingratitude is the cancer that kills love. Remembering renews love; recalling rekindles repentance. God is looking for […]


  Matthew 13:30 “Let them grow together until harvest; then at harvest time I will say to the harvesters, “First collect the weeds and tie them in bundles for burning; but gather the wheat into my barn.” Dear People of God, It is never easy to understand how and why God does not intervene to […]


  It is 19th July 2020.  We celebrate the Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.  The readings are from Wisdom 12:13, 16-19; the second reading is from Romans 8:26-27; and the Gospel from Matthew 13:24-43. God takes time to judge but shows mercy swiftly. God’s leniency is not a lethargy and laxity. God’s mercy is the […]


  It is 18th July 2020. The readings are from Micah 2:1-5; and the Gospel from Matthew 12:14-21. Ignoring, forgetting, and inflicting pain to the poor are closely watched by God. The cry of the poor never goes unnoticed by God. When a community fails to protect the poor, it chooses to disconnect itself from […]


  It is 17th July 2020. The readings are from Isaiah 38:1-8, 21-22; and the Gospel from Matthew 12:1-8. When every door is closed, God’s heart is still wide open to make us well again. Authentic living attracts God to render merciful forgiveness. Mercy with forgiveness is the proof of healing from God. God heals […]


  It is 16th July 2020. We celebrate the memorial of Our Lady of Carmel. Life is not tired of us.  Life generously infuses hope and courage when we feel like giving up. The readings are from Isaiah 26:7-9, 12, 16-19; and the Gospel is from Matthew 11:28-30. Transformation does not come by information alone […]