36th Death Anniversary of Fr Mathew Alakkalam MCBS

Fr Mathew Alakkalam mcbs

Very Rev. Fr Mathew Alakkalam, Founder MCBS

Voice of Fr Mathew Alakkalam: A Speech Recorded by the Seminarians

A Eucharistic Devotional Resembles the Vision of Fr Mathew

Album: Athmavin Bhojanam

Lyrics: Fr Thomas Edayal

Artist: Kester

Fr.Mathew Alakkalam mcbs

KCBC Jesus Fraternity Sunday Circular 2013

KCBC Jesus Fraternity Sunday Circular 2013

Here is the Jesus Fraternity Sunday Circular 2013 by the KCBC Justice Peace and Development Commission Chairman His Excellency Rt. Rev. Dr. Stephen Athipozhiyil. This year Jesus Fraternity Sunday falls on Sunday 18 August 2013.

Divyakarunya Mariyabhavan, Mallappally

Divyakarunya Mariyabhavan, Mallappally

MCBS Retreat Center at its Birth Place

Ministries

One Day Programs

Every Wednesday and Saturday

09.00am to 03.00pm

13hour Adoration

Every Friday

04.00am to 05.00pm

Counselling

Every Tuesday & Friday

06.00am to 06.00pm

Students Retreat

Every Second Saturday

09.00am to 03.00pm

Second Sunday Program

Retreat for the businessmen and Employees

05.00pm to 08.00pm

Confession

24 Hours

Intercessory Prayers

24 Hours

Eucharistic Adoration

Everyday

09.00 to 04.00pm

Eucharistic Celebration

Everyday

Around 12.30pm

Minsters

Director: Fr Eppachan Kizhakkethalackal MCBS

Asst Director & Confessor: Fr Cyriac Thekkekutt MCBS

Procurator: Fr Nelson Madathikandathil MCBS

Contact

Divyakarunya Mariyabhavan

Mallappally West P.O.,

Anickadu, Pathanamthitta – 689585

Ph. 0469 2680479

Email: mcbsdm@gmail.com

Web: www.mcbsdm.wordpress.com

Click here for Official Website

Adoration by Karunikan Publication

Adoration by Karunikan

Faith Year Adoration Prepared by Karunikan Publications for world Adoration  with His holiness Pope Francis on Sunday 2nd June 2013

Corpus Christi Adoration for the Faith Year വിശ്വാസ വർഷ ദിവ്യകാരുണ്യ ആരാധന

Here  is  the circular of the KCBC President His Grace Most Reverend Dr. Mar Andrews Thazhath regarding the observation of a Holy Hour on the Feast of Corpus Christi 2013. His Holiness Pope Francis invites the Cathedrals and parishes around the world to join in an hour of Eucharistic Adoration as part of the Year of Faith, on Sunday, 2 June 2013, at 5:00 pm Rome Time (8.30pm Indian Time). The Holy Father will preside an hour of Eucharistic Adoration in St. Peter’s Basilica in communion with all the bishops of the world and their local diocesan communities. “The universal scope of this moment is to be a gesture of spiritual sharing.”

In this context, KCBC Executive Committee decided to extend this initiative to all our parishes, monasteries, convents and institutions and it would be a grace filled hour of solidarity with our Holy Father to share in adoration during the same hour as in Rome.

Corpus Christi Adoration for the Faith Year

വിശ്വാസ വർഷ ദിവ്യകാരുണ്യ ആരാധന

INTENTIONS FOR PRAYER (Malyalam)

The Holy Father has asked that this time of Eucharistic Adoration be offered in particular:

1. For the Church dispersed throughout the world, gathered today as a sign of unity in the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist. The Lord makes her ever more obedient in listening to his word to present her to the world as ever “more glorious, without speck or wrinkle, but holy and faultless” (Eph. 5:28). By means of its faithful proclamation, may this saving word resound once more as the bearer of mercy and may it stimulate a renewed commitment of love, to provide pain and suffering with full meaning and to re-establish joy and peace.

2. For all of those who, in different parts of the world, live the suffering of new forms of slavery and who are victims of wars, of the trafficking of human beings, of drugs, of ‘slave’ labour, for children and women who suffer any form of violence. May their silent cry for help find the Church alert, so that, with her eyes fixed upon Christ Crucified, she may not forget so many of her brothers and sisters left at the of mercy of violence.

For all those, too, who find themselves in economic insecurity, especially the unemployed, the elderly, immigrants, the homeless, those in prison, and the marginalised; may the prayer of the Church and her active endeavours to be close to them be a source of comfort to them, of support to their hope, of strength and courage in defending the dignity of the person.

Each particular Church, attentive to its own particular needs, is encouraged to put forward other intentions in harmony with this appeal of the Holy Father