Sonvsarant ghoddtoleam godditamnim monisponnachem vhoddponn ani kirkollponn odik ani odik disun ieta. Jitlo monis noveo ani vhoddleo vostu sodun kaddta ani ghoddun haddta, titlo to osokt mhonn dakhoita.
Mon’xachem vhoddponn sonvsarache rochnnekuch thaun mellta. (Ut.1/27). Devan Aplea sarkeacho mon’xak rochlo, Devachea sarkeacho taka rochlo, dadlo ani bhail tankam rochlim. Mon’xachem kitlem vhoddponn. Devan taka Aplea sarkho rochunk. Punn dusre vatten, mon’xak rochlo mhonn koslo rochlo? Sarkho osokt. (Ut.1/7). Tednam Sorvespora Devan zomniveli mati gheun mon’xak kelo ani Tannem tachea nakachea puddamnim jivitacho SVAS ghalo ani oso monis ek jivo pranni zalo. Tednam thaun monis hem osokt jivit jieit aila. Read more
We have recently celebrated the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Rising from the dead on the third day after His crucifixion on the Cross, Jesus gave us eternal hope which is the greatest gift of Easter. This hope makes us have that confidence in God and in His goodness and love. In our own lives we too have our burdens and a Cross to carry, which will lead to sadness and disappointments, but in the end our hope tells us that defeat will always be followed by glory. Covid-19, the dreaded sickness, did bring everything to a standstill. We are painfully aware of the hardships and trauma faced by one and all for such a long period of time. So many people were in a total mess and many even lost their lives and that of their loved ones, leading to a critical and hopeless situation. But we also know that our God is all-powerful and merciful. Slowly but surely, He has made it happen, helping us to turn the page. The infections have been reduced to a bare minimum, almost negligible. In a big way, it’s a victory of sorts over the disease. We could celebrate Easter in the true spirit of hope manifesting victory over the sufferings. Praise and thank God for His goodness. Read more
Life often brings to us situations where we have to choose:-
a) Either to forget ourselves and our needs and to reach out to another;
b) With a ‘Can’t be bothered’ attitude, ignore the need of another, giving priority to our own situation and problems.
In the midst of one’s own struggle, to be able to see what the other is going through and reach out in self-forgetfulness, is to truly obey Jesus’s command, “As I have loved you, love one another.” Read more
In Christian theology, the Death, Resurrection and Exaltation of Jesus are the most important events, and a foundation of the Christian faith. Easter is the most important festival in the Christian Calendar. It celebrates God raising His Son, Jesus, from the dead, which for Christians symbolizes Jesus’ destruction of the power of sin and the possibility of an after life in Heaven.
Christians remember the events of the last week of Jesus’ life (before the crucifixion) during the Holy Week. Holy Week ends with Easter Sunday which is the day when Christians celebrate Jesus’ resurrection.
St. Philip Neri was a Christian missionary and founder of the Congregation of the Oratory, a community of Catholic priests and lay brothers. He was born in Florence on July 21, 1515 as one of four children to Francesco Neri.
From a very young age, Philip was known for being cheerful and obedient. He was affectionately referred to as “good little Phil.” He received his early teachings from friars at the Dominican monastery in Florence, San Marco.
At the age of 18, Philip went off to live with a wealthy family member in San Germano. He was sent there to assist in – and possibly inherit – the family business. However, soon after his arrival, Philip experienced a mystical vision, which he eventually spoke of as his Christian conversion. This event was an encounter with the Lord and it dramatically changed his life.
Tadev: Dev boro dis dium,Simao Titiv
Simao: Tukai dium Baba Tadev.Tumchio atam suttio suru zaleo nhoim? Movza tumchi..tumkam porot movjeche dis aile.
Tadev: Oi,Titiv,ami suttient asanv anim Iskolam porot Jun-achea mhoimeant suru zatelim mhonntoch zaito kall amchean movjen sarum ieta.
Simao: Tumcho Vell kosleai borea kamant vapor korat,zoxem xibir vo khella mollar.
Tadev: Hanvem toxench korunk ievjilam..Prachit kall Ani Paskanchi porob bori zali nhoim?
Simao: Oi,hea vorsa soglem borem zalem.Devan amcher besanv ghatlem.Covid-19 he piddek lagon bhirant asli ti pois zali Ani soglem bore bhaxen zaunk amkam Devanuch nirmilem,hatunt il’loi dubhav nam.
Tadev: Amche Firgojent Ani dusreai Firgozanim zaito lok,soglea kariavollinim bhag gheunk ailo tem polleun borem dislem. Bhurgim,tornattim Ani zannttim umedin ailim,nhoim?
Simao: Oxench zaunk zai,Dev amcher besanv ghaltolo.Punn ek vost ami azunuim sudraunk sodinanv.
Tadev: Kosli vost sudronk nam,Titiv? Read more
Blood pressure is the force exerted by circulating blood against the walls of the body’s arteries, the major blood vessels in the body. Hypertension is when blood pressure is too high.Hypertension is a serious medical condition that significantly increases the risks of heart, brain, kidney and other diseases.An estimated 1.28 billion adults aged 30-79 years worldwide have hypertension, most (two-thirds) living in low- and middle-income countries.Blood pressure is written as two numbers. The first (systolic) number represents the pressure in blood vessels when the heart contracts or beats. The second (diastolic) number represents the pressure in the vessels when the heart rests between beats.
Mogall Firgozkaramno,Mogall Firgozkaramno,Hea vorsa Pap Saib Francis hannem korezmacho sondex diunk ‘Thoko-nastanam borem tem korum-ia, kiteak borem korchem soddun dinanv zalear, tachem pik vell pavtoch amkam melltolem.’ oxem Gal.6/9 he vollicho adhar ghatla.
Covid 19 ani tea uprant ghoddlolea zaiteam ani ixeob nasloleam adkollim, goribsann, mornnam ani atam zhuzam modem Kristi jivitachi borem korun govaiki diunk Pap Saib Francis magta. Heam fattleam don nistur vorsam modem mon’xachem jivit khub avgodd zalam. Chintunk zaina tosleo adkolli ieun ubeo zaleat. Oxem ghoddta astanam monxallo sobhav odik disunk amkam ekdom gorjechem. Read more
It’s been two long years of fear and anxiety amongst the people and the mandatory following of pandemic protocols and SOPs. It appears that thankfully we are now returning to complete normalcy. Carnival, Shigmo and the recent conduct of elections have all passed off with a minimum of fuss and hassles. As a result, the Government has already endorsed the expert Committee recommendations and allowed the opening of cinema halls, gyms, casinos and restaurants at full capacity, after the last month’s decision to open up the Schools and Colleges . However, we have been rightly advised to follow appropriate behaviour which basically means physical distancing and use of masks. Read more
Marie Magdalene nanv mhojem,
Jezucho hanv khub mog kori,
Mornant tachea vanvoileo dukhancheo zhori.
Fantea pharar, dhavun-dhavun geli somadhixi,
Somadhi ugti, kalliz dukhi – khonti,
Vaspus keli, punorjivont zal’leach Jezuxim.
‘Marie’ mhunnon marlo ulo, nodre muhkar Jezu ubo,
Punn hanv taka ollkunk visorli.
Mhozo Jezu punorjivont zala,
Hanvem taka pollela.
Devan mhaka rochla,
Tachi rochna, Dev-dut hanv.
Jezu roddlo, rogtachi zhor vhanvli,
To koxttovta tem polleun, hanvem dukham golloili.
Mel’li kudd olen guttlaili, somadhint nikipili,
Somadhin hanvui aslom, tache veli nodor hanven add na keli.
Aplech podven punorjivont to zalo, sontos amkam bhoglo,
Magdalache Mariek sondex pattoilo, tinnem porgottlo.
Mhozo Jezu punorjivont zala,
Hanvem taka pollela. Read more