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The Forgiveness Criteria

The Forgiveness Criteria

I’ve always wondered, if God was not so merciful what would have become of me?   Lamentations 3:22 reminds us, Surely Yahweh's mercies are not over, his deeds of faithful love not exhausted; every morning they are renewed; great is his faithfulness! I remember once a sister from the Congregation of the Divine ...
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Raphael’s Story – Happy Meetings of Healing

Raphael’s Story – Happy Meetings of Healing

It was the summer 2018, when I was in Medjugorje, I had an opportunity to hear about the life of Raphael Ferreira de Brito. It was like discovering unexplored aspects of the Merciful Heart of God that one may think, is crazy! Crazy with love! Abundant love!  Raphael is a ...
Redeeming Healthcare

Redeeming Healthcare

Being a Catholic priest as well as a medical doctor is a rare combination, but a meaningful one indeed.  An 18-year-old, who drifted into medical college. Like most youngsters from middle-class Keralite families of the 1980s, I too had predominantly two major career options – medicine or engineering. Social pressures ...

Jesus Youth | the growth of the movement

Jesus Youth: The Fellowship of Wounded Healers

Jesus Youth: The Fellowship of Wounded Healers

There are times when you go for a class with a plan, but there everything takes an unexpected turn. This ...
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Mission Talk | Experience of Mission

The Techno-Team

The Techno-Team

The mission exposure programme was a greatly joyful experience for me. It came to me totally out of the blue, I can only attribute it to God's merciful grace. I came to be with the group just a couple of days before the journey, in place of another priest, who ...
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Misson Talk: Sijiya Antony

Misson Talk: Sijiya Antony

Whoever acknowledges me before men, I will also acknowledge him before my Father in heaven (Mathew 10:32). Omicron waves were hitting hard during those days and we were assigned Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh for our mission exposure programme. Both the pandemic-related challenges and two years of working from home were ...
Mission Talk: Treesa Shaji

Mission Talk: Treesa Shaji

Isaiah 6:8 And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, ‘Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?’ Then I said, ‘Here I am! Send me’.  All that I had to do was to say ‘Yes’ and the rest was taken care of by Him. I was ...

Editorial

50 Issues-Old

50 Issues-Old

I don't know how many times I looked at pages 22-23 of the 5oth issue of Kairos Global, which came out ...
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Am I Just

Am I Just

Familia

Fragrance of Medjugorje

Fragrance of Medjugorje

Shalom dear brothers and sisters. I am Joffin, a physiotherapist who has been working in Qatar since 2015. My wife ...
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Newswatch

NEWS WATCH-Roses to Carmel

NEWS WATCH-Roses to Carmel

Roses to Carmel was a virtual pilgrimage organised by Jesus Youth Germany amidst the troubled times of Covid-19 pandemic. The ...
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NEWSWATCH

NEWSWATCH

NEWSWATCH

NEWSWATCH

Evolution

On God’s Business

On God’s Business

How it all began I arrived in Dubai as an electrical engineer in 1996. As a young bachelor in my ...
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Blooming Kids

Record holder at 5!

Record holder at 5!

We all dream of reaching greater heights. Guided by the Holy Spirit, even the smallest of efforts can lead to ...
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ManiCutie: The YouTuber

ManiCutie: The YouTuber

WITH MY FAMILY

WITH MY FAMILY

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The Catholic Shelf on Healing

The Catholic Shelf on Healing

Are you inspired by this article? Subscribe : Print Edition | Apple podcast | Google podcast |  Anchor | Spotify Donate Now : Click here Send Feedback : Click here ...
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Chandeliers

Chatting with Mother Teresa

Chatting with Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa: Hello there! Peace be with you, dear. Jisha John: What a surprise!  😃 Peace be with you, Mother ...
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Ask Fr Bitaju

Ask Fr Bitaju

Changes were indeed made to the prayers in the Roman Missal, which came into effect on the first Sunday of Advent in 2011.  Words in The Gloria, Creed, Our Father and other significant parts in the Missal have been changed.   Yet, it is important to note that there is no ...
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Ask Fr. Bitaju

Ask Fr. Bitaju

The very essence of heaven is communion with God. According to the Catechism that ‘perfect life with the Most Holy Trinity … is called heaven.  Heaven is the ultimate end and fulfilment of the deepest human longings, the state of supreme, definitive happiness’ (CCC 1024).  Traditional theology holds heaven as ...
Ask Fr Bitaju

Ask Fr Bitaju

Thank you for your important question. Please note that in Luke 19:11-27, Jesus is telling the ‘parable of the ten gold coins’, where a nobleman goes to a distant land to obtain kingship for himself. Before going away, he calls his servants and gives them ten gold coins and asks ...

Culture of Life

Unique, Unrepeatable, Irreducible

Unique, Unrepeatable, Irreducible

This article is based on the talk, Created for Love by Mila Szczecina. It is part of a series of ...
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Porn Destroys

Porn Destroys

The Silent Killer

The Silent Killer

You are mine...

You are mine…

Recent Articles | From latest issues

50 Issues-Old

50 Issues-Old

I don't know how many times I looked at pages 22-23 of the 5oth issue of Kairos Global, which came out in May 2022. Those two pages showcased all the covers of the last 49 issues and the pilot issue. It brought a torrent of memories pertaining to the magazine, over the last many years. The several years where we were unable to do anything, despite the repetitive requests from several ...
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Ask Fr Bitaju

Ask Fr Bitaju

Changes were indeed made to the prayers in the Roman Missal, which came into effect on the first Sunday of Advent in 2011.  Words in The Gloria, Creed, Our Father and other significant parts in the Missal have been changed.   Yet, it is important to note that there is no change in the structure of the Mass but only in the translations of the prayer texts. According to late Cardinal ...
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Pope Talk

Pope Talk

Catholic education is vital in an age awash in information. Evangelisation is carried out in particular through the proclamation of divine mercy, through multiple modalities and expressions. The Lord does not expect us to be perfect Christians, instead he wants us to seek him, to call on him, or even, like Thomas, to protest, bringing him our needs and our unbelief. God is weeping for the victims of the Ukraine ...
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Jesus Youth: The Fellowship of Wounded Healers

Jesus Youth: The Fellowship of Wounded Healers

There are times when you go for a class with a plan, but there everything takes an unexpected turn. This happened to me again recently.  It was a seminar for youth. For the warm-up session leading to the topic of discussion, I asked the group to discuss the most important challenge that contemporary youth face. A lively discussion followed. Finally, Teresa, a teenager, spoke up. ‘The greatest struggle most of ...
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Saved, to save

Saved, to save

About Ukraine Ukraine is the second largest country in Eastern Europe, after Russia. Its capital is Kyiv, located on the Dnieper River in north-central Ukraine. When Ukraine was part of the former Soviet Union, a policy of Russian in-migration and Ukrainian out-migration had been in effect. Still, ethnic Ukrainians make up more than three-fourths of the population. Russians continue to be the largest minority, less than one-fifth of the population ...
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Heartstrings Pulled from Heaven

Heartstrings Pulled from Heaven

If, then, we have died with Christ, we believe that we shall also live with him (Romans 6:8). I was raised a Catholic and received the sacraments through my teenage years.  Although I went to Mass weekly, I was poorly catechised. It was the Cross that led me to Jesus.  I had a couple of bad break-ups in college. My heart desired to be married, to have children, and to ...
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The Forgiveness Criteria

The Forgiveness Criteria

I’ve always wondered, if God was not so merciful what would have become of me?   Lamentations 3:22 reminds us, Surely Yahweh's mercies are not over, his deeds of faithful love not exhausted; every morning they are renewed; great is his faithfulness! I remember once a sister from the Congregation of the Divine Mercy who visited our parish, shared on the unending mercy of God, saying that even theologians could not fully comprehend ...
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