Cycle A The Ascension of Jesus

Acts 1:1-11; Eph. 1:17-23; Mt. 28:16-20

Today the Church celebrates the glorious entry of Jesus into heaven, after his short life on the Earth. When Jesus accepted the human form he submitted himself to the limitation of time and space. His life was limited to the territory of Galilee and surrounding regions. His life also was bound by the limitation of

Cycle A 6th Sunday of Easter

Acts 8:5-8,14-17; I Peter 3:15-18; Jn 14:15-21

Our history shows that there are many schools of thought that sprout up, flourish a little while, and sink into oblivion with the death of the master. There were many religious movements that exerted influence for a short while, disappeared forever with the extinct of their leader.

Become like a Little Child

A child plays relaxed when a parent or a guardian is at its reach. It will confirm now and then of their presence and will continue to be relaxed. If a dog comes or any similar fearful situation arises, it will run to the

Cycle A 5th Sunday of Easter

Acts 6:1-7; 1 Pet 2:4-9; Jn 14:1-12

Fitzgerald in his novel “The Great Gatsby” gives the picture of a grand mansion. Gatsby held legendary parties in the great mansion. Gatsby’s party was almost unbelievably luxurious: guests marvelled over his Rolls-Royce, his swimming pool, his beach, crates of fresh oranges and lemons, buffet tents in the gardens overflowing with a feast, and a live orchestra playing

Shepherd in the Family

We all like to be secure. Shepherd makes sheep secure with love, care and protection. Sheep must look at shepherd and see its love, listen to its guidance and follow its instructions.

Jesus is the shepherd and we are his sheep.

Single Child

A husband and wife decide to have only one child.
But who will always be with that child?
A Son or Daughter needs someone of same family with similar age to give and receive love.

Cycle A 4th Sunday of Easter

Acts 2:14, 36-41; 1 Peter 2:20-25; John 10:1-10

Once in a war torn village a missionary priest was trying to give a little comfort by serving the wounded. He came across an old woman who was severely wounded. He administered first aid to her, and hospitalized her. When she came to her senses she enquired as how she had reached there. The missionary was at her bed side with a smile. He visited her daily and enquired about her condition. She was