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Feed the hungry

Feed the hungry

Feeding the hungry is an essential and integral aspect of Christian theology and thinking mandated by Jesus himself.

Picturing the Passion: ‘Taking of Christ’ by Caravaggio (1602)

Picturing the Passion: ‘Taking of Christ’ by Caravaggio (1602)

This is the story of betrayal, crime, murder and mystery. The protagonists vary; their passion prolongs!

Repent and believe to establish the Kingdom

Repent and believe to establish the Kingdom

Catholic Church presents before us a wonderful saint today February 19 for our reflection and introspection: Saint Conrad of Piacenza, Italy. Here is a hunter whos

Catherine dei Ricci: A saint for Lent

Catherine dei Ricci: A saint for Lent

As she grew, her devotion also grew to further heights culminating in stigmata, her own body bearing the wounds of Christ.

You are dust and to dust you shall return

You are dust and to dust you shall return

The February 2018 cover of Living in Faith is about Ash Wednesday which comes from the ancient Jewish tradition of penance and fasting. The core to this tradition

Ash Wednesday: A day to look into the undesirable and inhuman

Ash Wednesday: A day to look into the undesirable and inhuman

Pope Francis gives us this challenging question to reflect during this Lent: “What are the signs that indicate that our love is beginning to cool?”

Leaven of Pharisees and leaven of Herod

Leaven of Pharisees and leaven of Herod

Jesus does not want us to build palatial churches at the expense of the Catholics in tears – worship in Spirit and truth; the answer is clear!

Jesus encounters the sanctimonious

Jesus encounters the sanctimonious

Throughout the gospels we see Jesus had ushered in an encounter culture, and it was invariably with the sanctimonious religious class or the political one

When we search for Jesus

When we search for Jesus

When we search for Jesus only our life will get that meaningfulness which each one of us needs to be fully human and fully alive.

Answering an irresistible faith call

Answering an irresistible faith call

John de Britto (1647 – 1693): A sign of contradiction like Jesus

Child destined for the falling and rising of many

Child destined for the falling and rising of many

He did not mince words and spoke out what his heavenly Father spoke in his soul and it was a soul utterance touching the inner core of every human being who dared

The Gregorian Calendar: All you need to know

The Gregorian Calendar: All you need to know

When Pope Gregory XIII introduced the new calendar, it was opposed tooth and nail as the majority feared it was an attempt in connivance with the state to help the

Never turn faith into a weapon of murder

Never turn faith into a weapon of murder

"Yes, the light is still shining, and the heritage of Mahatma Gandhi speaks to us still. And today as a pilgrim of peace I have come here to pay homage to Mahatma

The sacrament of reconciliation

The sacrament of reconciliation

A symbol of Catholic faith, the sacrament of confession, is inevitably a chance for personal renewal. A confessional is the most humbling place in the world where

The Brown Scapular: A sign of salvation

The Brown Scapular: A sign of salvation

Our Lady of Mount Carmel, in an apparition to St. Simon Stock on July 16, 1251, was seen holding a brown Scapular. The apparition occurred at a period when the Car

Rosary unites a family

Rosary unites a family

As a Catholic from India who belongs to a 2000 year old history since Thomas the Apostle landed on the shores of Kerala in AD 52, the best image that comes to my m

Jose Kananaikil: He thought for them and acted

Jose Kananaikil: He thought for them and acted

When Catholic faith and spirituality is seen from a proper perspective, we will realize that it is a liberating faith that must throw up people like Kananaikil (25

The dissolving vow of celibacy

The dissolving vow of celibacy

With the dwindling number of laymen joining the priestly order, there has been a new found openness to the marriage of the ordained.

Living in Faith for praying the Eucharist

Living in Faith for praying the Eucharist

In the Eucharist we receive deep catechetical instruction and spiritual nourishment through the Liturgy of the Word. The Readings are very aptly chosen so that ove

Joseph Vaz: Against all odds

Joseph Vaz: Against all odds

After his ordination, Father Joseph Vaz began to move among the villagers. Being with the poor people became his identity.

Oswald Cardinal Gracias launches Living in Faith in India

Oswald Cardinal Gracias launches Living in Faith in India

Living in Faith, India’s first and only Catholic family companion magazine for praying and living the Eucharist was launched by Cardinal Oswald Gracias, Archbish

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