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Wednesday, September 24, 2014


Fr Xavier khan vattayil 
September 29 Monday 
5.00 pm to 9 .00 pm
John Paul II Youth Center Ground ,Kazhakoottam,TVM.

Monday, September 15, 2014

കാവല്‍ മാലാഖയോടുള്ള പ്രാര്‍ത്ഥന.

കാവല്‍ മാലാഖയോടുള്ള പ്രാര്‍ത്ഥന.

ദൈവത്തിന്റെ മാലാഖായേ, എന്റെ പ്രീയപ്പെട്ട കാവല്‍ക്കാരാ, അങ്ങേയ്‌ക്കാണല്ലോ ദൈവം എന്നെ കരുണയോടെ ഭരമേല്‍പിച്ചിരിക്കുന്നത്‌. എന്നെ പ്രകാശിപ്പിക്കാനും, കാത്തുസൂക്ഷിക്കാനും, ഭരിക്കാനും, നയിക്കാനുമായി ഇന്നേ ദിവസം മുഴുവന്‍ അങ്ങെന്റെ കൂടെയുണ്ടാകണമേ. ആമേന്‍

Angel of God, my Guardian dear, to whom His love commits me here, ever this day be at my side, to light and guard, to rule and guide. Amen.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

GOD - Christian Devotional Music Album, Music :M.Jayachandran, Singers: K S Chithra,Shreya Ghoshal,Sujatha,Swetha,Vijay Yesudas,Madhu Balakrishnan, Biju Narayanan,K.G Markose,Kester,Sudeep Kumar.

" GOD "

Christian Devotional Music Album

Music: M.Jayachandran

"GOD" is the 1st of M.Jayachandran and 100th Music Album of Jino Kunnumpurath.

The Big Budget Christian Devotional Album GOD, the promotion of which was going on for the last one year has been released without any big celebrations which is being the most awaited album of every single one of you. We have released the album in an heavenly place named 'Mother and Child' an orphanage in Thodupuzha, Mylacombu where there are 1000's of orphan children who have been left alone and we believe that there is the presence of JESUS CHRIST.The audio launch has been inaugurated by respected Rev.Fr.Michael Panachickal VC giving the album to the children of 'Mother and Child' in the presence of M.Jayachandran, Madhu Balakrishnan, Biju Narayanan, Vaikam Vijalakshmi, Shreyakutty and Baby John Kalayanthani. Within a week this album will be available in India including other 17 countries. I'm not telling anything regarding the songs in this album, but i promise you all that this album GOD will be a very different one of the Christian Devotional Songs in which each of you will love to hear the songs of GOD album and will feel very happy. I request all of you to purchase the album with high quality 'ORIGINAL CD' and respect our one year hard work. If you liked the songs of this album in any ways, do share it with your family and friends and spread it worldwide to all the christian believers.You will get all the details who to contact regarding the availability of CD in Kerala, India and including other 17 countries in the below given Website. With the hope of every one's support ,prayers and love.Thanks a lot my dear brother Sri.M Jayachandran sir.
Jino Kunnumpurath
Jino Kunnumpurath

Singers: K S Chithra,Shreya Ghoshal,Sujatha,Swetha,Vijay Yesudas,P Jayachandran, Madhu Balakrishnan, Biju Narayanan,K.G Markose,Kester,Sudeep Kumar.
 Lyrics-O.N.V.Kurup , Bichu Thirumala, Poovachal Khadar ,Kaithapram , Fr.Michael Panachikkal , Baby John Kalayanthani, M.R.Jayageetha.Keyboard programmer- Kannan,Stephen Devassy And williams.
Mele maanathe | Sheryakutty Beautiful song from the  
Album GOD 

Official Trailer Album GOD

The Dazzling Melody Queen Shreya Ghoshal orating on her first Christian Devotional Album GOD



Sunday, September 07, 2014

In Google Hangout, pope helps launch worldwide social network

In Google Hangout, pope helps launch worldwide social network


VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The wisdom of "It takes a village to raise a child" has been lost as kids are either overprotected by permissive parents or neglected, Pope Francis said.

"The educational partnership has been broken" as families, schools and society are "no longer united together for the child," he said Sept. 4 after holding his first Google Hangout -- a live video conversation -- across five continents with teenagers who belong to the international network of "Scholas occurentes," uniting students of all faiths and cultures.

Parents and teachers used to stick together to teach kids important values, the pope said, recalling when he got into trouble in the fourth grade.

"I wasn't respectful toward the teacher, and the teacher called my mother. My mother came, I stayed in class and the teacher stepped out, then they called for me," he told a group of educators and experts involved with the worldwide Scholas network.

"My mom was really calm. I feared the worst," he said. After getting him to admit to his wrongdoing, his mother told him to apologize to the teacher.

The pope said he apologized and remembered "it was easy and I was happy. But there was an Act 2 when I got home," insinuating stiffer punishment had followed.

However, today, "at least in lots of schools in my country," if a teacher notes a problem with a student, "the next day, the mother and father denounce the teacher," he said.

The family, schools and culture have to work together for the well-being of the child, he said. People have to "rebuild this village in order to educate a child."

All of society also needs to help children and young people who are homeless, exploited, victims of violence or without any prospects, he said.

The pope pointed the blame on today's "culture of disposal" and "the cult of money" for creating and perpetuating adults' apathy to or complicity in the mistreatment of kids.

This is why "it's very important to strengthen bonds: social, family and personal ties" with kids and young adults, and create an environment that helps them approach the world with "trust and serenity."

Otherwise, kids will be "left only with the path of delinquency and addiction," he said.

The pope's comments came at the end of an afternoon encounter to launch scholas.social -- a new social network for students from all over the world to cooperate on environmental and social causes, sport and art initiatives, and charitable activities.

The Scholas initiative was begun in Buenos Aires and supported by its then-Archbishop Jorge Bergoglio, who also used to teach high school when he was a young Jesuit priest.

When he became pope, he asked fellow Argentine Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo, chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, to expand the network's reach and impact.

With a small digital camera and studio lights aimed at him in the Vatican synod hall, the pope took questions from five Scholas members, who were linked in from Australia, Israel, Turkey, South Africa and El Salvador.

The pope urged the young people to build bridges through open and respectful communication, in which they listen carefully to others and exchange experiences, ideas and values.

Sina, a teenage boy in Istanbul, thanked the pope for letting more than schools and students come together, "but also our beliefs and hearts." He then asked the pope if he thought the future was going to get better or worse.

"I don't have a crystal ball like witches do to see the future," the pope answered, adding that what the future will be like is in the hands of today's young people.

The future "is in your heart, it's in your mind and your hands," and if people cultivate constructive thoughts and feeling and do good things, "the future will be better."

He said young people need two things: They need wings to fly and the courage to dream of big things, and they need strong roots and respect for their culture, their heritage and all the wisdom passed down from their elders.

"Today's young people need three key foundations: education, sports and culture, that's why Scholas unites everything," he said.

He urged the teens to speak out against war and injustice, and to stick together like a team, defending each other against "gangs" and other negative influences that only seek to destroy and isolate people.

His last piece of advice, he said, came from Jesus, who often said, "Be not afraid!"

"Don't lose your nerve. Don't be afraid. Keep going. Build bridges of peace. Play as a team and build a better future because, remember, that the future is in your hands."