Bhagevont ANTON–ichem TREZEN ani Porob – June 2024

Bhagevont Anton-ichem Trezen suru zata, Sonvara-dis, Poiler Jun-ache, Aquem Tolebando Kopelant.

       DIS ani TARIK VIXOI
Sonvar 01.06.2024 Tornatteanchi zobabdari ollkum-ia
Aitar 02.06.2024 Kuttumb-achi vhoddvik samballum-ia
Somar 03.06.2024 Gorjevontam thaim udar zaum-ia
Mungllar 04.06.2024 Gorib – dublleanche hok’k rakhum-ia
Budvar 05.06.2024 Sotak govai diun jinn sarum-ia
Brestar 06.06.2024 Jezu ollkhin ontoskorn akarum-ia
Sukrar 07.06.2024 Okondd bhavart thiraun jieum-ia
Sonvar 08.06.2024 Polki puza bhairaum-ia
Aitar 09.06.2024 Misachi bhett orthan somorombum-ia
Somar 10.06.2024 Ekchar-achi Firgoz ghoddum-ia
Mungllar 11.06.2024 Novea Parish Pastoral Council-achea   fuddariponnan fuddem vochum-ia.
Budvar 12.06.2024 Porbam – festamnim amcho dhorm porgottum-ia
Brestar 13.06.2024 Bhagevont Anton, Novsornneche vatter amcho sangati


Sanjechea 5:30 voramcher Ters ani Ladainh ani uprant 6:00 voramcher Mis.

Sukrara -dis 31ver Maiache, donparchea bara voramcher Maddiecher axirvad astolo.

Porbechem Mis 6:00 vaztam. Sogleank hajir zaunk vinonti asa.

Sondex – May 2024

Mogall Firgozkaramno,

Fattlea Agost 2023 mhoineant suru kelolo novo Parish Pastoral Council ghoddcho vavr Aitar, 21st  Abril 2024 purnn zalo. Tea aitara sovo (sixth) St. Sebastian Parish Pastoral Council reconstitute kelo. Hea sogllea vavra pasot zaiteank dhinvasnni.

Ho novo PPC ghoddun haddunk zaiti barik-motti Main Election Team (MET) hannim toiari keli. October mhoinneant soglleam somudaianim venchnnuko korun chear-chear fuddari vinchle. Uprant tanche pasot xikounn diunk panch xibiram kelim. Dor eka xibirak unne-unne 60-70 vangddi hajir zatalim. Xekim 25th February hajir zaloleam modem dusre pavtt nivoddnuk (election) korun PPC ghoddun haddli. Read more

Editorial – May 2024

God has given each one of us a beautiful body, unique in look, shape, colour and size. Many a times we fail to acknowledge and thank the Almighty for this lovely gift. All of us have two legs and two hands. Similarly our body comes with two eyes and two ears, each having to perform different functions in our day to day lives. There is an age old saying that a blind person begs for only one eye and a deaf person begs for only one ear. They humbly expect that they should get at least half of their natural right of having two eyes and two ears per person. It is quite natural that someone with both legs missing, wishes that he gets at least one. Read more

Vatter Gozal – May 2024

Tadev:  Dev boro dis dium, Simao Titiv. Sogloch umedin bhorlolo-so dista. Kitem zalam tor?

Simao:  Dev tuka kurpa dium, Tadev bab. Oi, hea disamnim ekdom ghormi vaddlea, toxi mhoji umed-ui vaddlea. Venchnnuko zaunchio asat taka lagon soglleamnim urbha dahounk goroz.

Tadev:   Oxem tum kiteak mhonnttai Titiv? Read more


Birthday reminds us that life is worth celebrating.
The Parishioners of Aquem got together to celebrate the 31st birthday of our Assistant Parish Priest, Fr. Leslie Gomes on the 25th of March 2024, beginning with the Holy Eucharist, that was offered by Fr. Leslie Gomes, along with our Parish Priest Fr. Andrew Pereira thanking the Almighty God for another fruitful year.

After the Holy Eucharist, the large gathering assembled outside the church to celebrate the gift of life of Fr. Leslie Gomes. Fr. Leslie shared his happiness and good fortune by cutting and sharing the cake with all around. The parish committees showered him with gifts as a token of their love and appreciation, towards all that he had been doing for the parishioners of Aquem. Read more

The Most Holy Trinity (26th May)


In Catholicism, the Most Holy Trinity is a fundamental belief that expresses the nature of God as three divine persons: God the Father, God the Son (Jesus Christ), and God the Holy Spirit. The Trinity is often described as three distinct persons, yet one divine being—God. The Catholic understanding of the Trinity is derived from both Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition. The Trinity is not explicitly mentioned in the Bible, but its concept can be found throughout the New Testament. For example, at Jesus’ baptism in the Jordan River, all three persons of the Trinity are revealed: the Father speaks from heaven, the Son is being baptized, and the Holy Spirit descends like a dove (Matthew 3:16-17). Read more


Pentecost Sunday (also called Whit Sunday) is the 50th day after Easter Sunday. The date each year depends on Easter Sunday; hence it is a moveable feast, that is, the date in not fixed. This year we celebrate it on Sunday, 19th of May.

On Pentecost Sunday, the Church celebrates the descent of the Holy Spirit on Mary, the Mother of Jesus, on the Apostles and other disciples, after the Crucifixion, Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus Christ. The two signs of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost were (a) the sound of strong rushing wind that filled the whole house and (b) tongues as if of fire which parted and came to rest upon each of them. Filled with the Holy Spirit they began to speak other languages as the Spirit enabled them to speak. This marked the beginning of the Christian Church’s mission to proclaim Jesus to the world. Read more

Message of Our Lady of Fatima

The story begins in the village of Fatima, Portugal, on May 13, 1917. On that pivotal day near that tiny village, The Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God, appeared to three young peasant children: Francisco, Jacinta, and Lucia; ages 10, 9 and 7. As was the custom, these youngsters were tending their family’s sheep when “a Lady all in white, more brilliant than the sun… indescribably beautiful,” standing above a bush, appeared to the youngsters. From May through October 1917, the Lady appeared and spoke to the children on the 13th day of each month. She delivered a series of messages during that time to these children which can be summarised with three invitations: Read more

Celebrating St. Joseph, the Worker: A Feast of Humility and Labour

Step through the threshold and enter the carpenters shop – the sacred space where the most loving and patient of men taught the boy Jesus.

Are you willing to admit that you are broken and hurt? Yes?

Through your hurting and in your humility, look upon our foster father – St. Joseph with a new heart and yearn for his love. Put aside the disordered longings which controlled your life. And set your mind on the goal of becoming the person you want to be. And when you accomplish this through sweat, toil and a firm resolve, you will become a true child of St. Joseph the worker, you will become – the “Carpenters Child”. Read more

Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ

One of the central themes of the feast of the Ascension of our Lord Jesus is the kingship of Christ, and the theological implication is that the Ascension was the final redemptive act conferring participation in the divine life on all who are members of Christ. The feast is celebrated on the fortieth day after resurrection of Christ that falls on a Thursday but to obtain maximum participation from the lay faithful it is celebrated on the following Sunday which this year is on 12th of May 2024.

Let us have an insight to the events that happened during the last weeks that Jesus was on Earth. Read more