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Melto D’Moronoyo: A Pentecost of great Spirit

Pentecost is about outburst and outpouring. It is when the Spirit bursts in upon us and there is an outpouring of grace. Minds are illuminated, hearts burn with fervour and tongues are set free in praise.

Melto D’Moronoyo: An accessible church for those with autism

The Maronite Eparchy of Australia began looking into providing a liturgy which is more “accessible,” specifically for people with autism and their families, writes Fr Yuhanna.

Glorious Resurrection reveals our love for Christ

After the Passion, the disciples had fallen back into their own lives with heavy hearts. But when Christ appeared to them and charged St Peter to “feed my sheep,” he revealed something about the nature of love, writes David El-Hachem.

The Maronite liturgy shows that salvation is a journey

Just like the disciples on the road to Emmaus, Christ in his wisdom decides when he will open our eyes, writes Joshua Tamer.

Melto D’Moronoyo: Love and forgiveness have the power to heal us...

The words of healing that Christ spoke to the paralytic are the epitome of true love: “My son, your sins are forgiven.” Yet we remain “paralysed” in so many areas of life, writes Salwa Elias

Melto D’Moronoyo: The prodigal son encourages us all to seek the...

The parable of the Prodigal Son carries for us a great message of hope, for who among us has not, at some point in their lives, offended their Father in heaven?

Melto D’Moronoyo: The healing power of faith

: In the “Year of Prayer” and especially during Lent, it is essential that we never cease to pray and to endure all trials for the greater glory of God and in reparation for sin, writes Salwa Elias

Melto D’Moronoyo: Freely we receive, freely we give

This “Sunday of the Leper” recounts the merciful healing of a man who was unclean, and forced to live alone, outside the city walls. It’s hard for us today to understand what this meant in ancient Israel.

Melto D’Moronoyo: Sunday of the Faithful Departed

Praying for the dead isn’t only set aside for the month of November, for we must remember them always in prayer and ask for mercy from God.

Melto D’Moronoyo: Commemoration of the Righteous and the Just

This Sunday marks Sunday of the Sunday of the Righteous and Just, who have preceded us to the Heavenly Kingdom of their eternal reward.

Melto D’Moronoyo: Sunday of the priests

Following the Feast of Epiphany, the Maronite Liturgy focuses on three weeks of what is known as “the commemorations”.

Melto D’Moronoyo: How often are we truly in our Father’s house?

In the Maronite icon of this feast “written” by Fr Abdo Badwi, Jesus is depicted as a child, seated centrally among the elders in the Temple.
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