Bhieun ani dhubavun fattlim don vorsam sorun ghelim. Punn atam sogllem tharear poddlolem koxem dista. Corona virus somplo vo bhovuch thoddo zalo kai dista. Sogllo lok novea monan ani mott’ttea nettan vavrunk suru zalolo dista. Zaum saiba sogllem anik ek pavtt tharear poddlear puro.
June suru zata tednam soimb legun sogllem novsorlolem dixtti poddtelem. Noveo kumbreo ani novem bim kirlololem zatelem. Veta thoim sogllem hirvem zatelem. Jivak legun sogllo sontos zatolo ani mon xant distelem. Kitli mhonn soimbant sobitai vaddteli. Sogllem rosroxit zatelem. Read more
Aging is a process every living creature goes through, including the plants and the trees. We all pass through different stages of life, till finally old age catches up with you, whether we like it or not. Many a times advanced ageing comes with a lot of difficulties such as health issues, difficulty in walking, hearing, lack of proper eyesight, memory loss…. the list is endless. Read more
The title “Mary, Mother of the Church” reflects the deep conviction of the Christian faithful, who see in Mary not only the mother of the person of Christ, but also of the faithful. Mary had been present at the very beginnings of the Church. The Church has traditionally portrayed the Blessed Virgin Mary together with the apostles and disciples gathered at that first Pentecost, joined in prayer with the first members of the Church.
In Roman Catholic Mariology, Mother of the Church (Latin: Mater Ecclesiae) is a title officially given to Mary by Pope Paul VI. The title first appeared in the 4th century writings of Saint Ambrose of Milan, as rediscovered by Hugo Rahner. It was also used by Pope Benedict XIV in 1748 and then by Pope Leo XIII in 1885. Pope John Paul II placed it in the Catechism of the Catholic Church and Pope Francis inserted a feast by this title into the Roman Calendar on 6th June. Read more
On 12th June, we celebrate the feast of the Holy Trinity. As you know, the Holy Trinity is God the Father, His son Jesus and The Holy Spirit. – 3 persons, one in nature. It is because God the Father sent His son Jesus into the world that this dimension of the Holy Trinity was revealed to us. Jesus Himself invites us to be one with the Family of the Holy Trinity. Inviting someone into your family indicates closeness, where you are permitting your family to be exposed to that person.
The Trinity is the First Holy Family. It is the Holiest of holiest family. It comforts us in all we go through in life. We need one or the other person of the Trinity at various times according to the situations we face in life. There are times when we need the Strength and Authority of the Father. When we fall into sin, feel guilty and unworthy – we need the Love and Forgiveness of Jesus. Again, there are times when we feel low, inadequate, literally “small” – we call on the Holy Spirit who comes to us, charged with the Power to transform our life. We need to accept the Invitation of Jesus, to be part of His Holy Family. Read more
God is love and anyone who lives in love lives in God and God lives in him says John 4:7 – 16.
The month of June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The feast of the scared heart of Jesus is celebrated on the Friday of the third week after Pentecost.
We also have the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary immediately on the following Saturday after the solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
It was Pope Paul VI who moved the celebration In 1969. Read more
Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity: The “Triune God” manifested as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; each Person being God. Two symbols from the New Testament canon are associated with the Holy Spirit in Christian iconography: a winged dove, and tongues of fire. Each depiction of the Holy Spirit arose from different accounts in the Gospel narratives; the first being at the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River where the Holy Spirit was said to descend in the form of a dove as the voice of God the Father spoke as described in Matthew, Mark, and Luke; the second being from the day of Pentecost, fifty days after Easter where the descent of the Holy Spirit came upon the Apostles and other followers of Jesus Christ, as tongues of fire as described in the Acts of the Apostles, as promised by Jesus in His farewell discourse. The Holy Spirit is the One who empowers the followers of Jesus with spiritual gifts and power that enables the proclamation of Jesus Christ, and the power that brings conviction of faith. Read more
St. John the Baptist the front runner before Jesus Christ. St. John was to become the God ordained messenger proclaiming the arrival of the Messiah Jesus Christ. He was a person filled with Holy Spirit preaching the word and announcing the kingdom. Prepare the way and repent, be baptised. He baptised with water. When he was asked if he was the Messiah? He said the one who comes after me; I am not worthy to untie His shoe laces.
Saint John the Baptist was born to St. Elizabeth and St. Zechariah in Judea.
We read about his birth prior to Jesus in the second Joyful Mystery (visitation of Mother Mary). When Angel Gabriel announced the birth of Jesus Christ to Mother Mary. He also metioned about her cousin Elizabeth who bears a child in the old age and she is 6 months pregnant. Mother Mary goes to visit her cousin and then there is salutation. The child in St. Elizabeth’s womb jumped with joy and rejoiced, that the Saviour of the World has come to visit them. Read more
St. Anthony of Padua performed numerous miracles when He lived and even more after His death. He is called the saint of miracles because His miracles are countless and He still continues to intercede for us. Each one of us at some point in our life might have surely interceded to this great saint. This great Saint when on earth showed immense power in his words and deeds through the power of the Holy Spirit. It has been testified that Jesus would often appear to Him as a child. Ah what more do we require? That’s all and hence we entrust Him as our ambassador to deliver our prayers to the most Holy Lord Jesus Christ. There is no doubt about our faith in St. Anthony but however let me share a Miracle of St. Anthony taken from the book “MIRACLES OF SAINT ANTHONY OF PADUA” – BY JOSEPH A. KELLER published in 1899 Read more
If you are experiencing sharp tooth ache or pain while eating, localized to a particular tooth, then chances are you might require a root canal treatment or RCT. Root canal treatments are a common procedure carried out by the average dentist. But you might be wondering what exactly is an RCT and how is it going to help you.
Let me begin by saying that it is the best practice to visit your dentist every year for an annual check-up to avoid any invasive treatments such as root canal treatments or tooth extractions. However, if your dentist suggests that you need a root canal treatment then there’s no need to be worried. Millions of teeth are treated and saved from decay this way each year, relieving pain, and making teeth healthy again.
Inside your tooth, beneath the hard, white enamel and dentin layer, is a soft tissue called the pulp. The pulp is made up of blood vessels and nerves that provide nutrition to help the tooth fully grow and develop. Once fully developed, your tooth can still survive without the central pulp as the tissues surrounding the tooth are capable enough to fully nourish it. Read more
Tadev: Simao Titiv, boro nesson, hea vellar khoim vochonk bhair sorlai?
Simao: Amchea soireachem kazar asa dekun ‘hall’-ant vetam Tadev.
Tadev: Hea disamnim zaitim kazaram, festam ani ier somoromb zatat, nhoim?
Simao: Oi, Covid piddek lagon soglem bond aslolem tem atam sovkas suru zalam ani amkam he somoromb korunk sompem zalam.
Tadev: Devache upkar attounk goroz, kiteak kitle-xech bhav-bhoinnank tras ani uske sonsunk poddle. Thoddeanche adim fuddem poixe farir kelole passun, portun mellonk nant. Read more