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Rev. Gebhard Lutz and his contributions

Time has come, to salute once forever the most dedicated and zealous Priest Abba Lutz, who concluded his earthly life and goes back to the house of the Lord. I'm deeply saddened and touched by his death and pray that his soul rest in peace with all the Angels of Heaven in Paradise. Memories of Abba Lutz are fresh and will remain fresh in our history and allow me to recall some of his golden achievements. read more

25th anniversary as an Eparchy (1995-2020)

The Catholic Eparchy of Keren is celebrating its 25th anniversary as an Eparchy (1995-2020). History indicates until the 17th century, Bogos Christians, were struggling with their Christianity, due to repeated raids and lack of evangelizers. They were left to themselves and fallen to Islamic proselytism in the years of 1817-1837. As time passed and their connection with the Christian centers, halted, they ceased to have pastors for about 150-200 years, as a result their Christian heritage became weakened. With the arrival of Vincentian Missionaries such as Fr. Stella, Fr. Giuseppe Sapetto, and St. Gustino De Jacobis (1839-1860) revival of Catholicism took place. read more

Senbet ZemeTsague (2020)

A leper came to him, and remained kneeling before him. Lord, he said, you can cleanse me, if you are willing to do so. Jesus stretched out his hand and touched him. I am willing, he said, be cleansed. And immediately his leprosy was cleansed. read more

3rd Senbet Zeastemhro (2020)

And they went and woke him, saying, Save, Lord we are perishing.. Why are you afraid. O men of little faith? Then he rose and rebuked the winds and the sea; and there was a great calm. Mt 8:25-26. read more

Thanksgiving Day (2020)

On today's observance of Thanksgiving, we recognize that gratitude is salvation. It is the joyful acceptance of God's gift of birth - and rebirth in Christ. Like the grateful leper in today's Gospel may we hear those beautiful words, Stand up and go; your faith has saved you. read more

A call To Peace by Eritrean Bishops

As spiritual leaders and shepherds of the people of God and fellow citizens, we express our deep and sadness by the recently ignited fraternal war in our neighboring country of Ethiopia. War is anti-life and anti-development. On the contrary it kills, maims, destroys, displaces and sows lasting grievances and hatred among people. The consequence of war is actually a self-evident truth to the whole world, and especially to the peoples in the Horn of Africa. Sadly, conflicts have persisted unabated. Once a war starts, no one knows when and where it ends. And in war all the parties are losers and there is now winner. That is why the late Pope, St. John Paul II stated that war does not have any meaningful value, and is always unjust. In other words, war destroys the four pillars of peace-Truth, Justice, Love and Freedom/Liberty: read more

2nd Senbet Zeastemhro (2020)

The Lord Jesus is our shepherd. At the end, at his coming, he will hand over the kingdom to his Father. He will judge between one sheep and another, between rams and goats, between those who have lived their lives for others, and those who have lived for themselves. read more

Feast of QusQuam (2020)

After Herod died, an angel of the Lord appeared in a dream to Joseph in Egypt and said, Get up, take the child and his mother and go to the land of Israel, for those who were trying to take the child's life are dead. So he got up, took the child and his mother and went to the land of Israel. But when he heard that Archelaus was reigning in Judea in place of his father Herod, he was afraid to go there. Having been warned in a dream, he withdrew to the district of Galilee, and he went and lived in a town called Nazareth. So was fulfilled what was said through the prophets, that he would be called a Nazarene. read more

Arbaetu Ensisa (2020)

In the center, round the throne itself, were four living creatures, with eyes all over, front and back, The first creature was like a lion, the second like an ox, the third had a human face, and the forth was like an eagle in flight. Each Day and night unceasingly they sing: Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, who was, and is, and is to come (Rev 4:6-8). read more

1st Senbet Zeastemhro (2020)

They are happy who fear the Lord, who use their gifts and talents in the service of one another, especially the poor and the needy. They shall be known as children of the light, and will be ready for the Lord's return. read more

5th Senbet ZeTsighe (2020)

We seek many things in this life, but we should seek first the Lord and his wisdom. By so living, we will keep vigil for the Lord as we await his return in glory. read more

Remembering our dead

If we believe that Jesus died and rose, God will bring forth with him from the dead those also who have fallen asleep believing in him. read more