FROM VICAR'S DESK

“Jesus said to them, very truly I tell you, it is not Moses who has given you the bread from heaven, but it is my Father who gives you the true bread from heaven. For the bread of God is the bread that comes down from heaven and gives life to the world.”
John. 6:32.

Dearly Beloved in Christ

     Greetings in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
     The blooming mountains and valleys changes the colour of the Western Australia. The rhythm, colour and harmony of the nature brings in lot of changes in our lives. We shouldn’t be forgetting about the importance of Nature amidst our busy lives. We should love, protect and nurture our Nature because it loves and tends us more than we do. 
     In the month of August, we are meditating on the subjects, “Mission Sunday, Independence Day, Christian Presence in the Nation Building, Reformation Sunday, the Church that has to be reformed by the Holy Spirit, Holy Communion: Healing of the body and soul”. In the Middle Ages, Baptism, Confirmation (Chrismation), Qurbana Confession, Prayer for the sick, Marriage, and Ordination are the seven Sacraments accepted in both Western and Eastern
churches. Of these seven sacraments Holy Baptism and Holy Qurbana are called Dominical Sacraments. They are also known as Gospel Sacraments. Lord Jesus instituted the Holy Qurbana as a visible sign and assurance of His real and spiritual presence even though He was going to be taken away physically. When we participate and receive the Holy Qurbana we remember Christ’s death and become one with His suffering and sacrifice on the cross. And we commit ourselves to Christ and proclaim the faith and prepare the path for His second coming and wait for Him. Let us all participate in the Holy Communion with utmost purity of heart and may God bless us all.

In Christ service

Rev. JOSEMON John
Vicar
With Prayers and Blessings

Rt Rev Dr Mathews Mar Makarios Episcopa