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5th Senbet Zetnsae (2023)

Bearing fruit in terms of extending the Kingdom of God, i.e. winning people over to repentance and commitment of Christian life, requires intimate union with Christ through the Eucharist (the vine) and the word of God. read more

4th Sunday of Easter (2023)

When he was at table with them, he took the bread and blessed, and broke it, and gave it to them. And their eyes were opened and they recognized him. And he vanished out of their sight (LK 24:30-31). read more

3rd Senbet Zetnsae (2023)

In some instances, such as on the road to Emmaus, the risen Lord appeared with his glory veiled from the disciples' eyes. In the Emmaus story, Christ opened the minds of the disciples to the real meaning of the Prophetic words of Scripture referring to him. read more

Dagamy TensaE (2023)

Thomas believed because he saw the risen Jesus. Although we have never seen him, we believe in him. We give thanks to the Lord for this gift faith, especially when gather for the breaking of the bread and the prayers. read more

Easter (2023)

Alleluia! The stone rejected by the builders has become the corner stone. If we have died with Christ, we shall also rise with him and pass from death to life. read more

Holy Saturday (2023)

They buried the Lord and sealed the tomb by rolling a large stone in front of it. They stationed soldiers there to guard it Mt 27:66. read more

Good Friday (2023)

Good Friday readings bring us to the pinnacle of the holy days in the Christian calendar. While we have heard the story of the passion of our Lord many times, it can still impact us in new ways, opening new insights for us to contemplate in our journey of faith. read more

Holy Thursday (2023)

Before the feast of the Passover Jesus knew that his hour had come; he had always loved those who were his own, and now he would show them the depth of his love. read more

Wednesday of Holy Week (2023)

Then Satan entered into the Judas call Iscariot, who was of the number of the Twelve. He went away and conferred with the chief priest and captains how he might betray him to them (LK 22:3-4). read more

Senbet ZehosaEna (2023)

Jesus humbling himself out of love for us did not shield his face from buffets and spitting, but offered his life on the cross. He relied on his Father's love. read more

Senbet Zeniqodimos (2023)

Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born anew, unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot, see the Kingdom of God (Jn 3:16). read more

Senbet Zeghebre Hier (2023)

Well done, my good and faithful servant, you have been trustworthy in small things. Now share your master's joy. read more