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Melto D’Moronoyo: The Finding of the Lord in the Temple

The Finding of the Lord in the Temple is narrated in Luke 2:46-49. In this modern but traditionally informed icon, the child Jesus is with the elders and the wise, interpreting to them the Scriptures.

Melto D’ Moronoyo: Spiritual pearls

It is in Jesus too that the promise of Land made to Abraham is fulfilled because it is in Christ that the Church is taken to the true “Promised Land” in the heart of the Trinity.
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Melto D’Moronoyo: Typology and Ethics

Reading Time: 4 minutesFr Yuhanna Azize Typology is the basis of Christian ethics, for our ethics are based on the principle of unity, expressed in ethics by mutuality. Our ethics do not simply involve learning what God has ordered us to do, although that is an important part. They are learning who and what God […]
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Melto D’Moronoyo: A mother to all her children

By Fr John Paul Bassil OMM As we have begun the season of Advent in the Maronite Church, it is a perfect time to meditate...

Melto D’Moronoyo: The Pattern of Heaven on Earth

By Fr Yuhanna Azize God created the world, and His creation bears the trace of His work (Psalm 19:1). Syriac and Maronite spirituality looks on the...

Melto D’Moronoyo: Unique tradition gives life

By Ann-Marie Boumerhe Born into a devout Maronite family from a picturesque coastal village near the bay of Jounieh, Lebanon, my mother was a dedicated...

Melto D’Moronoyo: The Rosary and Maronite Faith

Continuing with The Catholic Weekly’s readers exciting new addition to its line up of award-winning columns this week. Titled Melto D’moronoyo (From Syriac it translates literally...
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