Commentary to the 2nd Sunday of lent–Year B

Commentary to the 2nd Sunday of lent–Year B

Fr. Fernando Armellini - http://bibleclaret.org - Homilies

The transfiguration was an extraordinary spiritual experience in which Jesus tried to convince them that only those who give their lives for the sake of love fully realize it. It is clear that they failed to understand that Jesus was going to give life. God was revealing all his glory, all his love for man. Only the light of Easter and the experiences with the Risen Lord will open wide their eyes. 

Hindu hardliners attack Indian Christian schools

Hindu hardliners attack Indian Christian schools

Saji Thomas, Bhopal - UCANews - Ecumenism

Christian leaders see the trend as part of a Hindu strategy to portray Christians as lawbreakers who do not respect Indian traditions. Militants have alleged that Hindu students, who are a majority at church-run schools, are not able to worship the goddess of learning, Saraswati.

The bringer of light. Gospel reflection for the Second Sunday of Lent

The bringer of light. Gospel reflection for the Second Sunday of Lent

Gabriel Ringlet-La Croix International - Expressions

Several interpretations have been advanced to elucidate this section of the Gospel of Mark. Some say that Jesus was trying to maintain his disciples’ confidence despite the events that he knew were to follow. The majority of exegetes point out that the Gospel of Mark ends somewhat abruptly at Chapter 16 verse 8, with the scene in which women flee the tomb “bewildered and trembling.”

Staying in love and the secret of being beautiful

Staying in love and the secret of being beautiful

Prof. Bonifacio Tago - UCANews - Articles

I am convinced more and more that the secret of remaining young and beautiful is to stay in love like my friend, who remains beautiful inside and stays the same after so many years despite her weakening body.

Jesuits end decades of water shortages in Timor-Leste

Jesuits end decades of water shortages in Timor-Leste

Siktus Harson and Thomas Ora, Dili - UCAN - Missions

According to a 2015 census, more than 830,000 of Timor-Leste's 1.1 million people live in rural areas. About 78 percent of people living in urban areas have access to clean water, but only 64 percent of people do in rural areas, according to Rui de Sousa, director of Timor-Leste National Water and Sanitation Services.

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