Sharings

God’s not done with me yet!

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

Poetry

Mary, Our Mother

Mother most gentle, most kind and pure,
She who was chosen to bring Christ to us all;
Many still lived, more powerful and fun,
Yet the littlest and humblest would bear God’s son.

Spouse of God’s spirit, she was one with the Lord,
Blessed is the fruit of her womb- the son of God;
She became the channel of this Holy Incarnation,
Can’t we then through her, taste Him who is our cup and portion? Continue reading

Gallery

Quepem Campus Retreat

The CFCI Singles of the Porvorim Chapter organized their first ever “Campus Retreat” for the students of Pope John XXII Higher Secondary, Quepem on the 12th and 13th of September 2018, with Joshua Silveira heading the Retreat Team. The service team began preparations in earnest but with very less time in hand and scepticism about the receptiveness of the participants’ stirred nervousness as the morning of the retreat dawned. However, the team approached the situation with strong trust and faith in God, holding on to the promise that the Lord would go before them and prepare the path. Continue reading

Couples

Covenant Day – Porvorim

6 Couples and 30 singles receive their covenant in Porvorim

The Porvorim chapter of Goa district celebrated their ‘Covenant Day’ 30th August 2018 where a massive number of 6 young couples and 30 singles received their covenant with the hall packed to full capacity. Continue reading