Faith at Work

Spiritual lessons from the Life of Judas Iscariot

Judas had been called personally by the Lord, followed him for three years, heard him preach and teach; had seen him walk on water, still stormy seas, feed thousands with five breads and two fish, raise three people from the dead, heal on countless occasions the sick, blind and lame and have mercy on countless sinners. He had even received from the Lord, the power to do many of these same things himself and had been entrusted by Him with the money bag for the twelve. (Fr. Roger J. Landry)

Judas had a master who was in no way a dictator, but rather was the most compassionate and loving man to walk this earth. What went wrong then? Why did Judas betray the most loving man to ever live? Continue reading

Couples

HHLT – Assam

Matthew 20:28 “…even as the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve…”

Around 550 CFCI members from Assam and Arunachal Pradesh (Dibrugarh, Tezpur, Miao diocese) assembled together for a three-day Household Leaders Training (HHLT) Program from 23rd to 25th March 2018 conducted at Divine Renewal Retreat Centre, Margherita.

The goal of the Training Program was to train CFCI members to be Servant Leaders i.e., leaders who would be willing to serve rather than expect to be served. Continue reading

Personal Relationships

I will Love you in Sickness and in Health

We all must have experienced an occasional cold or fever that hit us and put our entire life out of track. No one ever fell sick at a good and convenient time. Sickness usually disrupts our schedules, plans, finances and in short, our daily normal life. Our health is often one of the most important aspects that we take for granted until it fails us. No one ever accounted for illness and sickness while making plans for the future. We make plans assuming that we will keep good health and that everything will always be fine, may it be as small as booking a movie ticket or planning an elaborate holiday etc. Yet, what we all know from experience is that health can quickly go downhill if we do not take care of ourselves. Continue reading

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