2020-21 Diocesan Annual Appeal

10-25-2020Weekly Reflection

Dear Reverend. Aruldoss and People of three Parishes,

May the Lord give you peace! Do not fear; I am with you (Isaiah 41:10)

I write to you with sincere appreciation of your efforts and willingness to shepherd God’s people through the most challenging of times. It is through your dedication and hard work to promote and teach the joy of the Gospel that encourages a life that Christ calls us to, a life of stewardship for which we were created. Thank you for your efforts and for your willingness to give witnesses through prayer, time, and talent to make our efforts fruitful.


Challenges of being a Missionary

10-18-2020Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

“How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can anyone preach unless they are sent? As it is written: “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!” (Rom 10:14-15). With these beautiful words of Saint Paul, I begin this reflection on this 29th Sunday, which is celebrated as World Mission Sunday.


The banquet is ready. Come!

10-11-2020Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear Friends,

We are in the month Of October which is dedicated to our Lady of Rosary. It is a very good pious work to recite Rosary everyday in your families. Praying Rosary is a best weapon to fight against our temptations and evils in our lives.

This twenty eighth Sunday readings talk about the banquet of the Lord. The Prophet Isaiah tells us in the first reading that God will provide a banquet for all peoples. Everyone is invited. God wants all to be saved and that should always be our prayer for our sisters and brothers.


Pray to God with Complete Confidence.

10-04-2020Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear People of God,

I could see and experience the Beauty of our mighty God’s creation in this season of Fall. Here I would like share some reflections on the basis of this Sunday readings.

Saint Paul tells us today in the second reading, from the Letter to the Philippians: “Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God.(Phil 4:6)” The other two readings, speak of God’s love for us that is so intense that it is expressed in images of destruction for those who will not listen to His love and respond to it.