Year A Ash Wednesday

[Joel 2:12-18; 2Cor 5:20-6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18]

To help us understand the significance of lent the Church makes use of a sign, the sign of ashes. Ashe is blessed and imposed on the forehead of each one of us.

Ash is an object of daily contact. Every one, young or old, come in contact with ash or dust, and everyone knows that it is one of the things of least importance.

Year A 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time

[Is. 49:14-15; 1 Cor. 4:1-5; Mt. 6:24-34]

John Hay’s poem the enchanted shirt humorously describes the nature of human beings to always indulge in worries. There was a king, who thought that he was sick, though he was very healthy and he ate and drank heartily; and enjoyed a peaceful sleep. Since the king said that he was sick,

Year A 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time

[Lev 19:1-2, 17-18; 1 Cor 3:16-23; Mt 5:38-48]

In the winter of 326 BC, Alexander personally led a campaign against the clans of the Assakenoi of the Swat and Buner valleys. A fierce contest ensued. The Assakenoi fought bravely and offered stubborn resistance to Alexander in the strongholds of Massaga. The fort of Massaga could

Cloud storage with God

Cloud Storage is storage of data in a server. It can be accessed from anywhere at anytime online from your device. That is always at your reach out. If one is storing data in the hard disk of a computer, it can be accessed only in that particular computer. Storing ourselves in the hands of God

Year A 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time

[Sir. 15:15-20; 1 Cor. 2:6-10; Mt. 5:17-37]

It was customary in ancient times that every king established laws and code of conduct for his subjects. That code of conduct was the bond that united the subjects of his kingdom. Thus we find many laws in the ancient world.

Year A 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

[Is. 58:6-10; 1 Cor. 2:1-5; Mt. 5:13-16]

Hubert was the eldest son and apparent heir of Bertrand, Duke of Aquitaine. As a youth, Hubert was sent to the Neustrian court of Theuderic III at Paris, where his charm and agreeable address led to his investment with the