St. Joseph, the Worker

St. Joseph, the Worker Vinod Joseph Mark Twain once said that the two most important days in your life are, the day you are born and the day you find out why!. Right from the moment, that the divine purpose was revealed to St. Joseph in a dream, St. Joseph’s every act was towards enabling that divine purpose of being a part of God’s plan of divine mercy, for all of creation. May 1st is celebrated as the feast day of St. Joseph, the Worker. The most venerable of all saints, alongside Mother Mary, intercedes for us, [...]

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Epiclesis Nathan Thomas CCD Grade 5 One day, I was using the Holy Qurbana book during Holy Mass and my eyes got stuck on a strange word I didn’t know. I was perplexed and asked my parents who were next to me, what the word actually meant. Then, I heard the bell ringing at the altar and I looked around and saw people bowing their heads. Can you guess what the word was? The word was “epiclesis!” I was fascinated by what this meant, so I decided to go home, and read more about epiclesis. Epiclesis [...]

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Did you know? Minu Jose Mark the Evangelist is the patron saint of Venice, lions, lawyers, painters, interpreters and prisoners. Mark the Evangelist is traditionally believed to be the author of the ‘Gospel of Mark’, second of the four new testament Gospels. It is one of the three synoptic Gospels (those presenting a common view), along with Mathew and Luke. According to the Greek manuscripts of the Gospels available to us, St. Mark’s is the oldest, as is evident from its language and style. Mathew and Luke, both written after 70 A.D. follow more or less the [...]

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