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Weeks of Moses is, indeed, a God-given occasion for meditating on the end of time and the last judgement. This is a liturgical period whose duration is in fact uncertain. It depends upon the arrangement of the whole liturgical year every time, and thus always open to variation. There may be one or two or three weeks for this period depending on the arrangement of other periods. Hence, fathers and commentators say that this particular nature is typical of the end of time and last judgement, which are always uncertain. Continue reading...
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16 October 2018, First Tuesday of Muse
Importance of this day Blessed Kunjachan Thevarparambil
Blessed Thevarparampil Kunjachan was a priest who dedicated himself to the spiritual and temporal welfare of a marginalised set of people who were poor and exploited for generations. Read more...
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Qeryana I (Old Testament Reading I): Genesis 12:1-4
Qeryana II (Old Testament Reading II): Isaiah 44:1-4
Engarta (Epistle Reading): 1 Peter 4:12-19
Evangalion (Gospel): John 10:1-15
Prayer of the dayJesus the Lord and Creator of all, Blessed Kunjachan could see Your loving personality in the least cared for and spent himself completely for their cause. In imitation of this our Blessed may we also recognize the presence of Your Holy Spirit in all people, especially in the poorest and the downtrodden and spend ourselves for their uplift in all aspects of life.
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Mystery of Last Judgement - repetition of the personal judgement at the time of death - as we live, so we die and are judged!

Time of Judgement: A special call to self-examination and self-judgement - a believer should daily make a review of his/her life of faith and be renewing it continuously.

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