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Office For Lay Collaboration In Ministry

The lay apostolate, individual or collective, must be set in its true place within the apostolate of the whole Church. Union with those whom the Holy Spirit has appointed to rule the Church of God (cf.acts 20:28) is an essential element of the Christian Apostolate. Not less necessary is the collaboration among the different undertakings of the apostolate; it is the hierarchy’s place to put proper system into this collaboration. (AA,23) -Vatican II Decree on the Laity.

Spiritual Director's Message

The month of October in the Church has a focus on “Mission”, and “Mission Sunday”. The Church is missionary by nature, and she invites everyone to be engaged in God’s mission.

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Laity Sunday – Liturgy

Please download the liturgy of the Mass for Laity Sunday from the link below. Laity Sunday Mass

Seminar on Marriage and Family Themes in Scripture

Snehalaya Family Service Centre, Mahim along with the Ministry of the Word (MOW) Alumni, are  conducting a Seminar on Selective Themes in Biblical Theology of Marriage & Family by Dr. Adam Cooper. Dr. Adam Cooper is a Senior Lecturer at the John Paul II Institute...

Meditation for the Day

A Revolutionary Promise

In the Eucharist, we actually receive the Risen Jesus—an encounter that transforms and miraculously changes us into him. We experience the Love that is his very Person. “For my flesh is true food and my blood is true drink. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me, and I in him” (John 6:55–56). This is a revolutionary promise from the revealed words of Jesus himself!

–from the book Meeting God in the Upper Room: Three Moments to Change Your Life



Forever Bonded in Love

Remember that you can never be separated from the Being who gave you life. You were created by the Love that gives life to all things. Human love is a way to touch this greater Love. That is its purpose.
-from the book The Divine Spar…

Saint of the Day

St. Gilbert of Sempringham

Gilbert was born in Sempringham, England, into a wealthy family, but he followed a path quite different from that expected of him as the son of a Norman knight. Sent to France for his higher education, he decided to pursue seminary studies.
He returne…