Year C 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time

1 Sam. 26:2, 7-9, 12-13, 22-23; 1 Cor. 15:45-49; Lk. 6:27-38
Dear bother and sisters
Once Chhatrapati Shivaji (who was a famous King in India during the reign of Aurangzeb), was riding in his horse in the forest for hunting. While he was going, suddenly a big stone

Year C 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jer 17:5-8; I Cor 15,12.16-20; Luke 6:17.20-26
Leo Tolstoy’s story “How much land does a man need,” tells about man’s insatiable greed for wealth.
Pahom is a poor man who proclaims to himself that if he had enough land he would not even fear the Devil. The Devil, of course, hears this and decides to give him

The Grace of God

In the forest there are ponds with water. It doesn’t mean all the animals in the forest are not thirsty. The water is there. Unless they go there and drink their quench for water will remain. 

Year C 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Is 6:1-8; I Cor 15:1-11; Luke 5:1-11
A large imperial court.  Servants waited at the king for his command. They proclaimed the praise of the one seated on the throne. Holiness hovered over the court like a cloud. There at the corner of the court stood a poor wretched, unclean, frail man. His eyes fell on the

Youngest Child

Love and Care can bring a lot of changes in a person. The youngest of the every family commonly more cared and loved by parents and others as well. The