Year C 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jer 1:4-5,17-19; I Cor 12:31-13:13; Luke 4:21-30
On a fine morning with the rising of the sun the streets of Jerusalem were filled with the echo of a determined footstep. They saw a man walk straight into the presence of the King of Judah. He stopped before the throne and proclaimed boldly, O King of Judah,

Year C 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Neh 8:2-6, 8-10; I Cor 12:12-30; Lk 1:1-4, 2:14-21

“The stranger” is a famous novel of a French Novelist Albert Camus. Meursault, a young man commits a murder. The dramatic prosecutor theatrically denounces Meursault to the point that he claims Mersault must be a soulless monster, incapable of remorse

New Wine in Old Wine Skin

We often change our mobile phones. New mobiles have new features and apps. But as we are used to old apps we want old apps in our new phones. It makes us using of mobile very difficult. Some time we are not able to use it.

Year C 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Isaiah 62:1-5; I Cor 12:4-11; John 2:1-12
 Changing of water into wine is the first miracle that Jesus performed at a wedding in Cana when they ran out of wine Jesus turned water into wine.
As with all of the miracles and parables of Jesus, this story is rich in revelation and

Year C The Baptism of the Lord

Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7; Acts 10:34-38; Luke 3:15-16, 21-22
During the Second World War there was a man who went about doing good to the people. He provided shelter to refugees from Greater Poland, including 2,000 Jews whom he hid from Nazi persecution in his friary in Niepokalan√≥w.

Year C The Epiphany of the Lord

Is. 60:1-6; Eph. 3:2-3, 5-6; Mt. 2:1-12

Today, we are celebrating Epiphany Sunday. The word ‘epiphany’ means 'manifestation' or 'showing'. This special Feast commemorates the revealing of Jesus to the Gentiles.