Friday, April 28, 2017
Is Candolim A Cursed Village by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Thursday - Aug 27, 2015
Recently our Pe. Vigar while delivering his homily in the Church indicated his anguish over our village for not producing any single priest since last 39 years and lamented asking thus: “is this village a cursed village?” First of all, the first statement was wrong. The last priest from Candolim was ordained
My Visit To Sada Jail by Adv. Anish Bacal
Wednesday - Aug 26, 2015
Today I had a visit to Sada Sub Jail to release 3 Accused. Felt so pitty the way they narrated their stay inside the jail. Yesterday they were sent to Judicial custody by court. They stayed one night inside and were beaten by other inmates in cell no.15. so badly that whole night blood oozing out. Even today that pain they could feel as they were beaten by 70 accused inside one jail. Jailors don't
Sister Maria’s Testimony Jesus Came To Prepare Me This Event PART 3 by Sister Maria
Wednesday - Aug 26, 2015
Jesus then gave me an order: «Uphold my law». That is what I have been doing since 1996, which brought me many persecutions. Then Jesus added: «Let me decide your eternal salvation». I then told Jesus: Lord, I understand what You want to tell me. If, spiritually, I take my own direction, I will run towards disaster, but if You yourself direct me through my spiritual director, then
Making Merry With Empty Coffers by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Aug 26, 2015
In a clear breach of rules and established protocol alcohol was served at a government hosted dinner at Hotel Mandovi in Panjim on August 21st. Though that dinner was meant to be an interaction by Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar with journalists, it was high-handedly attended by most BJP Ministers
Tribute Of Love To Dr. Joao Filipe Do Rego On His Birth Centenary by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Aug 25, 2015
24th August , it reminded me of birth centenary of Dr. Joao Filipe do Rego who lived his entire life with unrivalled passion, commitment and vision. He died some years ago after completing his Medical degree at the Escola Medica de Goa in 1938 and later got his licentiate at the Faculty of Medicine in Lisbon
Use Church Collection For Poor by A. Veronica Fernandes
Monday - Aug 24, 2015
During my stay in Kuwait when I noticed there was no accountability of the money collections Church collected on Sundays, Fridays and any other Feast day, I was totally disappointed. In Goa at least the amount collected is declared but in Kuwait nothing like this, nobody knows how much has been collected and
Sister Maria’s Testimony Jesus Came To Prepare Me This Event PART 2 by Sister Maria
Monday - Aug 24, 2015
With my thirst for knowledge yet unsatisfied, I joined the Rosicrucian Order AMORC and, quickly, I began to receive small booklets to study. I stopped at the seventh level of the Temple. I also joined a Rosicrucian lodge where I underwent many initiations and it is only later, when Jesus freed me, that I saw how Satan had taken possession of me during each initiation. I heard: “It is Satan who performs the initiations”.
Gautam Hari Singhania Clashes With Save Tiracol Singing Group by Sudeep Dalvi
Sunday - Aug 23, 2015
I was last night at a place called "THE SOL" in Nerul along with Carlos Gonsalves of talking drums. Met Gautam Hari Singhania, son of Vijaypat Singhania, the founder of JK group, who owns Raymond, JK Tyres and Cement and Kamasutra brands. Perhaps had the bastard not been the offspring of his father, his introduction would not have been more than a yet another bum
Right Officer Under A Wrong Minister by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Aug 23, 2015
In Ameya Abhyankar the Goa’s Tourism Department has a very competent and proficient Director but to our dismay the awful tainted Tourism Minister Dilip Parulekar is taking the industry down the tube. Officers should be allowed to run the administration without any political interference. If allowed to do so, Ameya Abhyankar who is an IAS officer would definitely be able to resuscitate the ailing
Gambling, Prostitution, Drugs: What To Do? by Joao Barros-Pereira
Sunday - Aug 23, 2015
All casinos should be a floating business on salty, very salty water, and if on land then away from residential areas. Far away! Goan neighbourhoods should remain neighbourhoods, away from gambling, drugs and prostitution. Prostitutions, the world’s oldest and some even say, noblest profession needs to be updated. No room for hypocrisy in the twenty-first century as no one can afford the luxury of HIV
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