Cycle (B) 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 Job 3:1, 8-11; 2 Cor 5:14-17; Mk 4:35-41

Once a man approached a Guru, and said that he wanted to be his disciple and learn from him. The Guru asked him, "Who are you?" He replied, "I am Peter." The Guru said, "That is your name. But who are you?" He said, "I am an engineer." The Guru said, "That is your profession. But who are you?" He said, "I am a man." The Guru said, "That is your gender. But who are you?" The man said, "I do not know." It happens in our lives too. We do not know who we are. 

The Gospel says that in the evening Jesus was crossing the lake in a boat with his disciples. Then it began to blow a gale and the waves were

Cycle (B) 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 Ez 17:22-24; 2Cor 5:6-10; Mk 4:26-34

The nature is full of mysteries, and man stands helpless before them.

The 'Taos Hum' is a low-pitched sound heard in numerous places worldwide, especially in the USA, UK, and Northern Europe. It is usually heard only in quiet environments, and is often described as sounding like a distant diesel engine. Since it has proven indetectable by microphones or VLF antennae, its source and nature is still a mystery.

In 1997 Congress directed scientists and observers from some of the most prestigious research institutes in the nation to look into a strange low frequency noise heard by residents in and around the small town of Taos, New Mexico. For years those who had heard the noise, often described by them as a "hum", had been looking for

Cycle (B) The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

 Hos 11:1, 3-4, 8-9; Eph 3:8-12, 14-19; Jn 19:31-37

The heart is one of the most important organs in the entire human body. It is really nothing more than a pump, composed of muscle which pumps blood throughout the body, beating approximately 72 times per minute of our lives. But it is the powerhouse of human beings. Heart is so important that it has found a place in mythology, literature and even in everyday language. There are 154 words with heart, 61 of them begins with the word “heart.”

The Heart has long been recognized across cultures as being a symbol of love, charity, joy and compassion. The "Sacred Heart" of Christ is the focus of Roman Catholic worship as a