Sunday Homilies

5th Sunday of Easter (Fr. Simham)

TO LOVE AS JESUS  LOVED The message that stands out from today’s readings is the new commandment that Jesus gives to his disciples. And the commandment is ‘to love as Jesus loved.’ Our immediate reaction to this is: How can we possibly love as Jesus loved? After all,...

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4th Sunday of Easter (Fr. Simham)

Can you hear the sound of the Good Shepherd's voice Because God is so far beyond human comprehension, when he has to be referred to, Bible often used images to talk about God. Even Jesus used images to talk about God the Father. These images were often drawn from the...

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3rd Sunday of Easter (Fr. Simham)

Today's Gospel is one of the post-Resurrection appearances reported by John. Recall that in John's Gospel, Jesus appears first to Mary of Magdala, second to all of the disciples except Thomas, and finally to Thomas and the disciples (which we heard last Sunday).  in...

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Divine Mercy Sunday (Fr. Simham)

All of us have a share in his heart both sinners and saints Today is ‘Divine Mercy Sunday’. We celebrate the richness and dept of God’s love and mercy.When you go through the Bible or the history of salvation what is clear is that ‘God is a God of Mercy’. There is no...

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Easter (Fr. Simham)

I remember a wonderful story of Easter Sunday. Its about a parish priest in a village who went to the pub on Easter Sunday. Don’t be shocked. It was not to celebrate Easter, but because he found no men in the church for Sunday mass and the women told him that they...

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Palm Sunday (Fr. Simham)

Tongues special Today is Palm Sunday. it’s a wonderful day to remember Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem. This is one of the rare days we have two gospels read. And these two gospels are quite opposite to each other. In the sense, in the first Gospel it's all...

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5th Sunday of Lent (Fr. Simham)

Caterpillar or a fig, who are you Today’s gospel titled “Woman caught in adultery” is taken from the 8th chapter of St. John which deals with Jesus as light of the world. That is why immediately after this incident Jesus declares “I am the light of the world and he...

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4th Sunday of Advent (Fr. Simham)

Do U Miss The Joy of Being With The Father The gospel we read today is an interesting passage from Luke. The reason why I say it is interesting is because, some call it as the parable of the prodigal son and some call it as the parable of the prodigal father. The word...

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3rd Sunday of Lent (Fr. Simham)

Be fruitful!  One of the housebound persons whom I visit every week bought two plants recently. One is an orange tree and another a lemon tree. She saw that they are planted in the front garden and she says they will bear fruit within six months. That is what the...

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2nd Sunday in Lent (Fr. Simham)

Tabor Experience in Lent What do you think of advertisements on the TV? You like them. O.K what about the trailers of the movies? Some may like them. You know why all these ads and trailers are? What is their purpose? It is nothing but to give us a knowledge about the...

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