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God forgives and man forgets

God forgives and man forgets

It was customary in the Jewish society to forgive an offender for three times. The offender was shown no mercy at the fourth time. With this in mind Peter asks Jes

Romero: Worthy of Emulation

Romero: Worthy of Emulation

"By what right have we catalogued persons as first-class persons or second-class persons? In the theology of human nature there is only one class: children of God.

Ghar Vapasi: Soliloquy of an Indian Christian

Ghar Vapasi: Soliloquy of an Indian Christian

That day when Rudolf Acquaviva’s blood drops
Turned into Emperor Akbar’s tears,
The agonizing cries of Graham Staines’ soul,
The land

New Video on the Life of Irish Missionary, Sr. Dr.Miriam Duggan FMSA

New Video on the Life of Irish Missionary, Sr. Dr.Miriam Duggan FMSA

Sr. Miriam was Superior of her congregation for 12 years in Dublin. During that time she served as Chairperson of the Irish Missionary Union when, at the request o

Not your average Joe: ‘Childhood of Christ’

Not your average Joe: ‘Childhood of Christ’

The play of light and darkness is very prominent in all of Honthorst’s paintings. Their function is not purely artistic as it is analytical in character. It pene

From Golgotha to Glory: ‘Transfiguration’

From Golgotha to Glory: ‘Transfiguration’

The essence of today’s Gospel finds a deep rooted expression through the painting in consideration. It is titled ‘Transfiguration’ and executed by the fabulo

Unlimited and unconditional forgiveness

Unlimited and unconditional forgiveness

The Jews went through four stages of development as far as the sense forgiveness was concerned. In the first stage there was unlimited sense of revenge.

Ireland’s New Overseas Aid Policy to Fund Abortion in Africa

Ireland’s New Overseas Aid Policy to Fund Abortion in Africa

Focus was initiated by Irish missionaries in the 1950s many of whom established hospitals, health clinics, and care facilities. The government has always claimed t

A word ‘Thank you’ matters a lot

A word ‘Thank you’ matters a lot

When one says ‘thank you’ to his fellow men , one who said the word ‘thank you’ shows respect to the other for his good performance in any field of life.

Compassion: Only way to build India

Compassion: Only way to build India

The benefits of India turning into a compassionate state are numerous and the obvious one is the pooling of all the people’s energy together for the building of

Irish Missionary, Sr. Orla Treacy, to receive an International Women of Courage Award in the USA

Irish Missionary, Sr. Orla Treacy, to receive an International Women of Courage Award in the USA

US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, will present the Annual International Women of Courage (IWOC) Awards at the State Department to honour 10 extraordinary women f

Profit and Loss

Profit and Loss

This is a good question for our times. Gaining the whole word spells “SUCCESS.” There is nothing wrong with success as long as it gives us not just the so-call

Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday

The cross of ash on your forehead with those Biblical words
Remind you that all those days when you hated and took swords
Or against your brother y

Rejoice, Lent is approaching

Rejoice, Lent is approaching

Many Catholics perceive the season of Lent as a downer, for linked to it are the three disciplines which in common practice is narrowed down to what you can’t ea

The Happy Song: ‘La Petite Tombe’

The Happy Song: ‘La Petite Tombe’

Often misinterpreted as ‘the Little Tomb’ on which Christ supposedly stands, the origins of the title can be traced to a compiled catalogue of Rembrandt’s et

Duty Unto Death

Duty Unto Death

As she held his child in her bosom she saw,
The look in his eyes – asking what had gone wrong,
She looked at his face and knew that he was to gro

Chair of Saint Peter

Chair of Saint Peter

Plotted together Neroes and their heroes
To break this chair into logs and splints
But their axes got blunted because
The man on the chair

The man behind the miracle

The man behind the miracle

If we believe that the blind man’s faith was in question then what we are effectively saying is that faith is a magical power; if I have faith I am healed! It m

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