Year A 5th Sunday in Lent

[Ez 37: 12-14;   Rom 8: 8-11; Jn 11:1-45]

There is a scene in the movie Return of the King, based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s saga The Lord of the Rings, in which Aragorn gives the dead soldiers who had deserted their king a chance to regain their honour if they will help to defend the City of Kings which is under

I Need You

Once a woman told that when her husband passed away she felt left alone. Her support is lost. A woman feel so lonely in the absence of her husband. Woman depends on Men so much.

Year A 4th Sunday in Lent

[I Sam 16: 1, 6-7, 10-13: Eph 5: 8-14; Jn 9: 1-41]

Although we have made tremendous progress in unearthing the laws that govern this universe we live in, there are certain murky areas of our experience that remain unexplained by science.

In certain parts of the world Crop circles formed. They are patterns that are found in fields of rye and corn. The crops are bent near the root to create strange patterns in the field. It is a fact that occurs yearly.

Year A 3rd Sunday in Lent

[Ex. 17:3-7; Rom. 5:1-2, 5-8; Jn. 4:5-42]

  There is no more fundamental resource than water, the basis of all life. Water had been a source conflict from the ancient past. Individuals, clans and nations fought for water. Water technologies were developed by a number of ancient civilizations, from

Year A 2nd Sunday in Lent

[Gen 12: 1-4; Tim 1: 8-10; Mt 17: 1-9]

At the bottom of a pond some little grub larvae of dragonflies are crawling around in the mud. They wonder what happens to their members who climb up the stem of the water lily and never come back. They agree among themselves that the next one who is called to the surface will come

Year A 1st Sunday in Lent

[Gen 2:7-9; 3:1-7; Rom 12:5-19; Mt 4:1-11]

Today we begin the first Sunday in the season of Lent. Lent is a season of penance that has been set apart by the Catholic Church in memory of the forty days fast of Our Lord Jesus in the desert. Beginning on Ash Wednesday, Lent includes forty fasting days. The