In his encyclical letter released on 25th May 2015, ‘On Care for Our Common Home‘ (Laudato Si’), Pope Francis addressed every person living on this planet, for an inclusive dialogue about how we are shaping the future of our planet. In it, the Pope critiques consumerism and irresponsible development laments environmental degradation and global warming, and calls all people of the world to take ‘swift and unified global action’. Continue reading
Someone who loves us unconditionally is our Mother Mary. Mama Mary is someone who won’t leave our side at any cost. She’s the one who will hold our hands and take us to paradise She will listen to our prayers and help us, talk to Jesus and pray for us to her son. Mother Mary won’t ever let her children cry out of pain and sorrow. She will always be beside us to wipe our precious tears and to comfort us and her prayers for us will never fail, her love for us will never run out and her merciful eyes will never leave sight of our hearts. Continue reading
I was raised in a closely knit family, where we were what the world considered a good Catholic family. We attended Sunday mass together and prayed the rosary daily. My parents joined the CFCI Community when I was very young. Even at that age, I could definitely sense the change in our family. Eventually, my sister joined the community, too, and I saw a major transformation in her as well. I could hardly wait to see what the community had in store for me. The moment I completed my intake camp and joined the Youth I was blessed with such zeal and love for both Christ and the community, and I knew then that there was no turning back because Christ had captured my heart. Continue reading
Stand up in the presence of the aged, show respect for the elderly and revere your God!
~ Leviticus 19:32
Keeping this in our minds, we set out on our outreach to the Sisters from the Convent and Church of St. John of God, Old Goa on the 2nd Sunday of Advent. Continue reading