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MOTHER’S MEAL – Can you lend a hand to Ethiopia?

admin / May 7, 2021

In the wake of the second wave of the pandemic in India, Mother’s Meal has started the distribution of hot food in the city of Bangalore. Since April 26, we have launched a program called “Food at your door steps” and started a kitchen in the beginning to supply food. Yesterday we commissioned the third kitchen and distributed 870 meals.…

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Ascending to Divine Love

admin / May 7, 2021

9 May 2021 – 6th Sunday of Easter- Year BJn. 15: 9-17                                                                   Fr. Jijo Kandamkulathy CMFClaretian Publications, Macau The letter of Saint John we read today is a commentary to the gospel, in which he explains love is of God and makes a crescendo in that sequence to tell that God is love.

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ALEXANDRE LEBEL, RESEARCHER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SAINT JOSEPH – “Maquista is a language but also a set of practices”

admin / May 7, 2021

Marco Carvalho If there were any doubts remaining, Alexandre Lebel dispelled them. The Canadian researcher, who earlier this week defended, at the University of Saint Joseph (USJ), his doctoral dissertation in the area of ​​creolistics, managed to prove through a phylogenetic approach that the functionally extinct Luso-Asian Creole of Macau – the patois – is closer to kristang – and,…

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Dream and be faithful until the end

admin / April 30, 2021

Jasmin Yiu On “Good Shepherd Sunday,” the fourth Sunday of Easter, and the 58th World Day of Prayer for Vocations, the Catholic Diocese of Macau and the Serra Club dedicated a Mass, celebrated by His Excellency Bishop Stephen Lee, to pray for more vocations in the Church. The Eucharist was held at St Joseph Seminary Church, which had nurtured numerous…

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MESSAGE OF THE HOLY FATHER FRANCIS FOR LENT 2021 – “Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem” (Mt 20:18)

admin / February 26, 2021

Dear Brothers and Sisters, (Vatican VA) In our Lenten journey towards Easter, let us remember the One who “humbled himself and became obedient unto death, even death on a cross” (Phil 2:8). During this season of conversion, let us renew our faith, draw from the “living water” of hope, and receive with open hearts the love of God, who makes…

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CHIARETTO YAN (甄健湘), PROFESSOR OF ASIAN PHILOSOPHY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SAINT JOSEPH – “We should not despise these cultural practices outright”

admin / February 26, 2021

Marco Carvalho The Lunar New Year is, for Chinese communities all over the world, a celebration of the family, and Catholics are no exception. The Church does not rebel against the offer of the “red pocket” and does not interdict going to the temples, as long as the faithful do not succumb to the deception of superstition. What can and…

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