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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Holi SMS and Message

Be ready, you can not skip being coloured by me this time. Don't just lock your self up on the day and Holi hard. It comes once in a year and make the most of it. So please, play with me. I wish you my hearty best wishes for the festival.

Sunhari Dhup Barsat ke Bad thodi Si Hashi Har Bat ke Bad Usi Tarah Ho Mubarak App Ko Ye Nayi Subah Kal rat Ke Bad Happy Holi.

rang de basanti rang de basanti rang de basanti rang de basanti rang de basanti rang de basanti rang de basanti rang de basanti rang de basanti ...........arey yaar sidha samajhna ....happy holi !

Rang udaye Pichkari, rang se rang jaye duniya sari, holi ke rang aapke jeevan ko rang de...... yahi shubha kaamna hai hamari HAPPY HOLI
Pichkari Gulal ke tyohar ko Apne shubh Chintako Ke saath Manaye.Hum umeed Karte Hain ki iss Avsar Par apki Zindagi Bhi haseen RangoSe bharJaye.Happy Holi

Bhar bhar ke jaam pilaao,chang aur mridang bajao,gile shikve bhul jaao,man galiyaara chaheke,aisi satrangi chadar faihrao,aao sab milkar holi manao!

Wish **U **all **Happy** **Holi* . *May **this** **Holi** **brings** **a **lot** **of* ***joy** **and* ***happiness** **in* ***our **life.* *&* *May* ***this** **Festival* ***of **colours** **shower** **upon* ***you ** **and **your** **dear ****ones** **the** charm **and* ***charisma **of** **a **life** **time**.*

KHUSIA ho overflow,Mastikabhi na hoSlow.JEB me HO Bhari MAYA.SUKH SUVIDHA ki hoChaya.SAR pe ho yash ki ROLI.JOR se Bolo HAPPY HOLI.

Jeewan k har rang dosto se hai Koi Laal, Koi Neela Koi Hara,Koi Peela Par jab bhi aapko dekhte hai dil bus yehi puchta hai. YEH NAYA rang konsa hai. Happy Holi
Aapka aangan Vasant Utsav ke rangon se bhar jaye! Wishing you a Happy Holi full of many happy moments!

Time to soak in d freshness of spring,HOLI is here,let d colours Pour in!Hope U hv lots of fun singing,dancing & splashing colours on everyone!

This HOLI I want U 2 be bathed in d colour of joy....May happiness & good fortune be showered generously!HAPPY HOLI!

What is the Meaning of Good Friday? you know that?

Good Friday is the solemn commemoration of the passion and death of Jesus Christ. This day is the most sorrowful of any day in the history of the world for Christians. Jesus, innocent and without sin, freely offered His life for the redemption of the sins of the entire world.

How is this possible? How can the sacrifice of one man be enough to redeem the gruesome sins of mankind? The sacrifice on the cross was the offering of God Himself. God, the almighty and infinite master of the universe made an infinite offering by His sacrifice on the cross. Our sins, though many and serious are finite. They are limited, though they are numerous. We cannot count them. They are too many, but God, knowing and seeing all knows all of our sins.

His sacrifice is an eternal one, by which we receive an eternal reward. By our sins beginning in the Garden of Eden and continuing throughout the history of humanity, we sentenced ourselves to separation from God for eternity. God is perfect, and through our sins, we blemished ourselves such that we could not be united with God in Heaven.

God, however, is compassionate and gave us a redemption from our sins. The death of Jesus on the Cross is the eternal sacrifice that removes the eternal consequences of our sinful nature. Christ in His mercy opened the Gates of Heaven for us.

There are many who freely choose to reject this gift. There are also many who accept it. Regardless of our response to this offering of His life, the gift was generously offered for the redemption of all. This gift is the manifestation of perfect love. Jesus was innocent of all sin. He gave the most precious gift that anyone could give: His Life. For, as it says in the Gospel of John, “No one has greater love than this, to lay down one's life for one's friends.” (John 15:13).

This is the day when that famous verse, quoted in all corners of the world, written on signs at sporting events, and written on the hearts of all mankind came to fulfillment. John 3:16 tells us, “For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have eternal life.”

Let us not forget this amazing gift. Let us not reject this gift whether outright or through our sinfulness. Our Lord spared no pain, retained no shred of human dignity. He was scourged, crowned with thorns, spat upon, made to carry a cross through the streets, filled with a hostile crowd, nailed to a cross and killed for our sins. There is no sacrifice we can make that can even compare to His. For though we suffer, we are sinful. Our Lord was perfect and was tortured and killed for us.

We must conform our lives to goodness. We must sacrifice the pleasures of sinfulness so that we may be united with Him in Heaven. For though He died to redeem our sins, we must still accept this gift in our lives. We must live for Christ.


The Solemn Prayers of Good Friday really

In what concerns the Solemn Prayers of the Good Friday Liturgy, the Transalpine Redemptorists will obey with submission the newly promulgated Prayer for the Jews as ordered by His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI on February 4th 2008.

Fr. Michael Mary, C.SS.R.
Vicar General
8 February, 2007

The chanting of the Solemn Prayer for the Jews

The Text Ordered by the Pope

Oremus et pro Iudaeis.
Ut Deus et Dominus noster illuminet corda eorum,
ut agnoscant Iesum Christum salvatorem omnium hominum.
Flectamus genua.
Omnipotens sempiterne Deus,
qui vis ut omnes homines salvi fiant et ad agnitionem veritatis veniant,
concede propitius,
ut plenitudine gentium in Ecclesiam Tuam intrante omnis Israel salvus fiat.
Per Christum Dominum nostrum.
An unofficial translation of the prayer is:

Let us pray, and also for the Jews.
May our God and Lord enlighten their hearts,
so that they may acknowledge Jesus Christ, saviour of all men.
Let us pray.
Let us kneel.
Almighty and everlasting God,
who desirest that all men be saved and come to the knowledge of truth,
mercifully grant that,
as the fullness of the Gentiles enters into Thy Church, all Israel may be saved.
Through Christ Our Lord.

The Good Friday Prayer, Continued

Ruth Gledhill quotes a blogger named Irene who in turn quotes a friend who commented about the revision of the Good Friday prayer:

Irene, who is currently refreshing her knowledge of Latin at Haifa uni, says: This text would not be acceptable to the majority of the Jewish people, for whom any attempt to get us to convert to belief in Jesus as Messiah goes against the tenets of Judaism. This prayer would appear to be on a par with those evangelical Christians (not all, of course) who wish all Jews to emigrate to Israel, in order to hasten to second coming of Christ.

'I have an Anglican friend staying with me at present and I read it to her and she wasn’t very amused and thought it a damned cheek, actually.

'She said. ‘It implies that if you don’t recognize Jesus Christ, you won’t be saved’. In Judaism you can be ‘saved’, or at least be worthy of heaven without being a Jew. This would appear to be the main difference between the Jewish and Catholic approaches.'

It is difficult not to conclude that this represents a re-emergence of supercessionism. A discussion of the Pope's views when he was still Joseph Ratzinger shows that the former Pope clearly regarded the 'new covenant' as the fulfilment of the covenant of Sinai.

Bolding of Irene's friend's comment is mine. A damned cheek indeed. But then of course, Jesus is only the Son of God...

The Good Friday Prayer

The Good Friday Prayer

RORATE CAELI has the new version of the prayer in Latin and an unofficial translation.

Doctor Alcuin Reid:

Roma locuta est: causa finita est. This traditional maxim of Catholic life needs to be remembered. It refers to the right of the Holy See – and most specifically of the Sovereign Pontiff – to decide on matters of discipline and governance of the Church. Once the arguments have been duly heard and the Supreme Authority decides, loyal Catholics obey: even if they personally disagree about the prudence or otherwise of a decision.

Holi Special SMS

Lal, gulabi, neela, pila hathon me liya samet, Holi ke din rangenge sajni, kar ke meethi bhent. Holi Mubarak Ho!

Rangon se bhi rangeen zindagi hai humari, rangeeli rahe yeh bandagi hai humari, kabhi na bigde ye pyar ki rangoli, aye mere yaar aisi Happy Holi.

Gul ne gulshan se gulfam bheja hai,
Sitaro ne aasman se salaam bheja hai,
Mubaraq ho aapko holi ka tyohar,
Humne dil se yeh paigam bheja hai. HAPPY HOLI.


Rango ke tyohar mein sabhi rango ki ho bharmar,
Dher saari khushiyon se bhara ho aapka sansar,
Yahi dua hai bhagwan se hamari har bar,
Holi Mubarak ho mere yaar!

Aapne dil ka haal batana chod diya, humne bhi gehrai mein jaana chod diya. Holi se pehle hi aapne nahana chod diya?

Rang barse bhige chunar wali, rang barse o rang barse bhige chunar wali... rang barse, are rang barse bhige chunar wali... Are! Ab ghar jao nahi to jukham lag jayega.

Good Friday SMS

"Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and foreever." Hebrews. 13:8. His life still gives us hope, May you live in his unchanging love. May Jesus who was born in a manger be born agani in your Heart. Good Friday!

The Lord lights up our way into eternal bliss. Good Friday!

May the Almighty God Bless You on Good Friday!

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