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New Year Message Fr. Joe Andrew SDB
ARTICLES Posted by Bulletin Editor, Chennai
The New Year is an opportunity to hope and to start again. We hope for a better future for the peoples of the world, for our brothers and sisters in India and Pakistan, for the people in Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, in Israel/Palestine, the people of Sudan, Ethiopia and of North Korea. We also hope for a better future for our family members, our friends, for our parish community and the places we work. And above all it is a new beginning for me. I should look at every birthday, every New Year as a gift God gives. God gives me 365 days to love, to do good, to learn, to enjoy, to teach, to give and to pray. It is a brand new gift we get every year.

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11/01/2022.  INM #R.617
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Homily on Republic Day
PRAYER SERVICES Posted by jayaseelan, Tiruchy
A short sermon on the Republic Day

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06/01/2008.  INT #R.346
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A VERY SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CAKE - Fr. Paul Vadakumpadan SDB
ARTICLES Posted by PANACKEL Charles, Chennai
I spend my Christmas every year with village Christian communities. So also last year. I was in a village called, Mawpat, close to the city of Shillong, in North-east India. The midnight Mass started somewhat earlier than midnight. Considering the fact that in this hilly area, the temperature is close to freezing, that is understandable. The Church was packed as usual. The choir had prepared well for the service. So too the others in charge of various departments: crib, decorations, altar boys, etc. But the Mothers’ Association had a surprise for the day, more correctly for the night

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INM #R.2
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40 Ways to Keep Christmas Simple and Meaningful
ARTICLES Posted by PANACKEL Charles, Chennai
For too many people, Christmas becomes a burden and not a blessing;yet, it doesn’t have to be that way. Victor M. Parachin
It’s the same every year. On the one hand, Christmas is supposed to be a time of joy, peace and goodwill. But on the other hand, the planning and preparation can be intimidating and overwhelming. For too many people, Christmas becomes a burden and not a blessing. Yet, it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are 40 ways to keep Christmas simple and meaningful.

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INM #R.1
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