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Weeks of Denha is centred on the great solemnity of Denha, Epiphany, Jesus' Baptism in Jordan, provides the faithful an occasion for meditating deeper on the Trinitarian economy of human salvation. Also, we remember the most important Saints related to the manifestation of our Lord during the weeks of Denha. Another important celebration during the weeks of Denha is the Rogation of the Ninevites or 3-day Fast. Continue reading...
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4 February 2020, Fifth Tuesday of Denha
Importance of this day Tuesday of the 3-day fast (rogation of the Ninevites)
Read a short article on the Rogation of the Ninevites:
Click to read the Biblical reflections based on the readings, prepared by Father Thomas Kalayil, CMI.
Qeryana I (Old Testament Reading I): 1 Samuel 7:3-9
Qeryana II (Old Testament Reading II): Isaiah 59:1-18
Engarta (Epistle Reading): Romans 12:1-21
Evangalion (Gospel): Luke 18:2-14
Prayer of the dayJesus the True Way, help us to see that true healing of our whole life and being comes from authentic repentance, a turning to You with heart, mind and body. Grant that we may use our health and strength in the service of others, O You who humbled Yourself and took the form of a servant so as to minister unto all.
Submission to the Trinitarian Economy

One God, Three Persons - source of all sanctity and holiness - communication to the world only in Jesus, the Messiah - everything through the work of the Holy Spirit - the believers participate in the Trinitarian holiness - their holiness is celebrated through the Fridays of this season.

For Study, Reflection, Meditation, Celebration and Experimental Assimilation

Mystery of the Holy Trinity - Jesus' baptism at Jordan - Heaven opens! - Father attests - Spirit descends - Son stands in His assumed humanity and weakness to atone for human sins.

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