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Seventh Sunday of Easter

Last Thursday we celebrated the feast of the ascension of the lord. If we still wonder what it is all about. A picture message from my friend might clarify it better, which says. “Ascension is the day when Jesus started to work from home.” For he continues to love us to the very end. And Full Story

HAPPY FEAST OF THE ASCENSION

When we truely awaken we will understand that: – Life is more than we think it is Love is more than we think it is We are far more than we think we are… I think today’s feast of Ascension teaches us this lesson.. From the first reading we hear, men of galilee, why are Full Story

Pentecost

Readings for the Solemnity of Pentecost in year A Acts 2:1-11 Psalm 103 1 Corinthians 12:3-7.12-13 John 20:19-23 Homily For some it may have been too warm, for others it may have been too dry, but I suspect that most of us have enjoyed the beautiful weather of the past few weeks. Every day you Full Story


Sixth Sunday of Easter

Sixth Sunday of Easter St. Elizabeth’s, 17 May 2020 Readings for the sixth Sunday of Easter in year A Acts 8:5-8, 14-17 Psalm 65 1 Peter 3:15-18 John 14:15-21 Homily My thoughts go back to last Wednesday when some of us met to look at what may happen after the easing of the current lockdown. Full Story

5th Sunday of Easter

The gospel today begins with the statement. Do not let your hearts be troubled. We need to highlight the context of this particular statement. It is the start of the conversation between Jesus and his disciples at the Last Supper. In a few hours from now, he would be undergoing an immense agony in the Full Story

Fourth Sunday of Easter Mass

Readings for the fourth Sunday of Easter in year A Acts 2:14, 36-41 Psalm 22 1 Peter 2:20-25 John 10:1-10 Homily For weeks now the news has been dominated by the Corona virus. That is not surprising considering the impact of the virus on society. Daily press conferences keep us informed about measures that are Full Story


3rd Sunday Of Easter

We are on a journey towards eternal life with God. God could not create us for mere mortal ends. We will one day reach our destiny. As long as we keep our sense of direction., taking time out to consult our faith: as long as we observe our speed limits, as long as we watch Full Story

Divine Mercy Sunday

Readings for the second Sunday of Easter in year A Acts 2:42-47 Psalm 117 1 Peter 1:3-9 John 20:19-31 Homily Last Thursday we heard the announcement that the so-called ‘lockdown’ will continue for at least another three weeks. Obviously, this also means that we can forget about having public acts of worship for the time Full Story

Easter Sermon Fr Jenish

When Mr. Graham Stains an Australian missionary, who along with his two little sons, Philip (aged 10) and Timothy (aged 6), was burnt to death by a gang of a Hindu fundamentalist group named Bajrang Dal in Orrisa, India on the 23 of January, 1999, his widowed wife Gladys and his daughter who had to Full Story


Good Friday -Reflection

The commemoration of the Passion Who would have thought this would happen? That we are asked not to come together anymore as a congregation to commemorate Jesus’ Passion on Good Friday. Here we are as a small community in an empty church and you are at home. We are separated from one another. Let us Full Story