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Homily for Second Sunday of Easter 2011

When the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton was announced few months ago, I heard people talking about it. I read in the news that it’s  going to be a fairy tale wedding. I was a bit cynical of that speculation. I thought,there could not be a fairy tale wedding because it’s going to […]

Did Jesus really rise from the dead?

Did Jesus really rise from the dead? To answer this question it is necessary to be sure in the first place whether he was really dead, and in the second place whether he was genuinely and uniquely alive again afterwards. Accounts of people being raised from the dead are found elsewhere in the Bible, including […]

A Day with God & a day without…

  Religious humour   Somebody has well said there are only two kinds of people in the world.  There are those who wake up in the morning and say, “Good morning, Lord,” and there are those who wake up in the morning and say, “Good Lord, it’s morning.”  Everyday is a gift. We don’t cause the sun […]

Dear Friend…It’s me Jesus…

Lovely mail from Jesus If you never felt pain, then how would you know that I am a Healer?     If you never had to pray, How would you know that I am a Deliverer?   If you never had a trial trial, how could you call yourself an overcomer?  If you never felt sadness, […]

Homily for EASTER SUNDAY 2011

Homily for EASTER vigil and  EASTER SUNDAY 2011 Two weeks ago, the film the Passion of Christ by Mel Gibson, was shown in the seminary. Though I’ve watched it before, but I still came to watch it again. But I was amazed of myself. On the part when Jesus was lashed by the soldiers, I couldn’t stay…It’s […]

Jesus Washes his disciple’s feet: A Reflection

This episode places Jesus disciples at table before the feast of the Passover. Matthew, Mark & Luke record that Jesus is breaking the bread, John presents  Jesus washing the feet of his disciples.   The Church celebrates this ancient tradition again, attested to by the Scriptures, that Jesus came to serve and not to be served. The […]

A Good way of looking at the Mirror

The more time you spend feeling sorry for yourself, the more things you’ll have to be sorry about. If you insist on seeing yourself as a victim, you’ll end up experiencing your life as a victim. It doesn’t have to be that way. Because you can choose right now, and every day, to see yourself in […]