Sharings

Full Timers Meet

I don’t know from where to start from but attending the ‘Full Timers Meet‘ was a challenge for me. It all started two weeks before the program, when a full timer, messaged me asking if I was interested to attend this program?

As a CFCI youth, I am excited for everything around me. Given the fact that this was a special full timers program, it made me even more excited but excitement didn’t remain long as I realized my exams and the program were clashing on the same dates. Continue reading

Sharings

My Favorite Alphonsamma

Saint Alphonsa-the passion flower of Bharananganam (a village in Kerala) or Alphonsamma as she was fondly called, is the first woman of Indian origin to be canonized as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church in 2008, and the first canonized saint of the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church. Continue reading

Sharings

My First Mission Destination: Assam

Being a part of the community for two years, I’ve always heard about people’s amazing mission experiences and I’ve always wanted to be a part of a mission but no opportunity came my way. Fortunately for me, after a long wait I got a chance to be a part of a mission to Assam. I was extremely excited for it albeit it would be a month long. I had no expectations to be met since it was my first time. I was just happy that I was getting an opportunity to serve God, but in my heart I did want God to touch and heal me in some areas of my life. Continue reading

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Yeshu Hai Kaisa Khumar

It’s been exactly a year now in the CFCI Singles movement. Someone who I have come to respect greatly in the community had said, “we all have ‘holiness’ in us, it just needs the occasional stirring“. Well I personally had some major stirring happen in me at the CFCI Singles conference last year. It was such an amazing experience after which I have tried my best not to miss out on any community event in which I can serve. So when I was invited to attend the Recollection Retreat at St. Joseph Vaz, Spiritual Renewal Centre, Old Goa, I was really excited. Continue reading