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The month of July is dedicated to The Precious Blood of Jesus. The entire month falls within the liturgical season of Ordinary Time, which is represented by the liturgical color green. This symbol of hope is the color of the sprouting seed and arouses in the faithful the hope of reaping the eternal harvest of heaven, especially the hope of a glorious resurrection. It is used in the offices and Masses of Ordinary Time. The last portion of the liturgical year represents the time of our pilgrimage to heaven during which we hope for reward.

The Holy Father’s Intentions for the Month of July
Lapsed Christians: That our brothers and sisters who have strayed from the faith, through our prayer and witness to the Gospel, may rediscover the merciful closeness of the Lord and the beauty of the Christian life. (See also Apostleship of Prayer International Website)

Feasts for July
The feasts on the General Roman Calendar celebrated during the month of July are:

1. St. Junipero Serra (USA); St. Oliver Plunket,Opt. Mem.
2. Thirteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time,Sunday
3. Thomas the Apostle,Feast
4. Independence Day (USA),Opt. Mem.
5. Anthony Mary of Zaccaria; Elizabeth of Portugal,Opt. Mem.
6. Maria Goretti,Opt. Mem.
9. Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time,Sunday
11. Benedict,Memorial
13. Henry,Opt. Mem.
14. St. Kateri Tekakwitha (USA),Memorial
15. Bonaventure,Memorial
16. Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time,Sunday
18. Camillus de Lellis (USA),Opt. Mem.
20. Apollinaris,Opt. Mem.
21. Lawrence of Brindisi,Opt. Mem.
22. Mary Magdalene,Memorial
23. Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time,Sunday
24. Sharbel (Charbel) Makhloof,Opt. Mem.
25. James,Feast
26. Joachim and Anne,Memorial
29. Martha,Memorial
30. Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time,Sunday
31. Ignatius of Loyola,Memorial

Focus of the Liturgy
The Gospel readings for the four Sundays in July 2017 are taken from St. Matthew — all are from Year A, Cycle 1.

July 2nd – 13th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Jesus says, “Whoever loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me”.

July 9th – 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time

In this Gospel Jesus tells us, “Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened,
and I will give you rest.”

July 16th – 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Jesus tells the parable of the sower.

July 23rd – 16th Sunday of Ordinary Time

The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard see.

July 30th – 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Jesus says the kingdom of heaven is like a treasure hidden in a field.

The month of August is dedicated to The Immaculate Heart of Mary. The entire month falls within the liturgical season of Ordinary Time, which is represented by the liturgical color green. This symbol of hope is the color of the sprouting seed and arouses in the faithful the hope of reaping the eternal harvest of heaven, especially the hope of a glorious resurrection. It is used in the offices and Masses of Ordinary Time. The last portion of the liturgical year represents the time of our pilgrimage to heaven during which we hope for reward.

The Holy Father’s Intentions for the Month of August
Artists: That artists of our time, through their ingenuity, may help everyone discover the beauty of creation.

Feasts for August
The feasts on the General Roman Calendar celebrated during the month of August are:
1. Alphonsus Liguori, Memorial
2. Eusebius of Vercelli; Peter Julian Eymard, Opt. Mem.
4. John Vianney, Memorial
5. Dedication of St. Mary Major, Opt. Mem.
6. Transfiguration, Feast
7. Sixtus II and companions; Cajetan, Opt. Mem.
8. Dominic, Memorial
9. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Opt. Mem.
10. Lawrence, Feast
11. Clare, Memorial
13. Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
14. Maximilian Kolbe, Memorial
15. Assumption, Solemnity
16. Stephen of Hungary, Opt. Mem.
19. John Eudes; St. Bernard Tolomei, Opt. Mem.
20. Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
21. Pius X, Sunday
22. Queenship of Mary, Memorial
23. Rose of Lima, Opt. Mem.
24. Bartholomew, Feast
25. Louis of France; Joseph Calasanz, Opt. Mem.
27. Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
28. Augustine, Memorial
29. Passion of Saint John the Baptist , மெமோரியல்

Highlights
August 15
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
On November 1, 1950, Pope Pius XII defined the dogma of the Assumption. He solemnly proclaimed that the belief whereby the Blessed Virgin Mary, at the end of her life on earth, was taken up body and soul, into the glory of heaven, definitively forms part of the deposit of faith, received from the apostles.

Recipe of the Month
Barbecue Pilaf
The Eastern Church celebrates the Feast of the Transfiguration with ceremonies and processions to the Church where sheaves of wheat, baskets of fruit, and clusters of flowers decorate the altar. When the religious celebration is over, a fair is held, and a pilaf made of cracked wheat is the feature of the feasting. This recipe tastes especially good when eaten out-of doors with barbecued chicken.

The month of September is dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows, whose memorial the Church celebrates on September 15. September falls during the liturgical season known as Ordinary Time, which is represented by the liturgical color green.

The Holy Father’s Intentions for the Month of September
Parishes: That our parishes, animated by a missionary spirit, may be places where faith is communicated and charity is seen.

Feasts for September
The feasts on the General Roman Calendar celebrated during the month of September are:

3. Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
8. Birth of Mary, Feast
9. Peter Claver (USA), Memorial
10. Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
12. Most Holy Name of Mary, Opt. Mem.
13. John Chrysostom, Memorial
14. Exaltation of the Holy Cross, Feast
15. Our Lady of Sorrows, Memorial
16. Cornelius and Cyprian, Memorial
17. Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
19. Januarius, Opt. Mem.
20. Andrew Kim Taegon, Paul Chong Hasang and Companions, Memorial
21. Matthew, Feast
23. Pio of Pietrelcina, Memorial
24. Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
26. Cosmas and Damian, Opt. Mem.
27. Vincent de Paul, Memorial
28. Wenceslaus; Lawrence Ruiz and Companions; St. Simón de Rojas O.SS. (Spain), Opt. Mem.
29. Michael, Gabriel and Raphael, Feast
30. Jerome, Memorial

The month of October is dedicated to the Holy Rosary. The Memorial of Our Lady of the Rosary is celebrated on October 7. October falls during the liturgical season known as Ordinary Time, which is represented by the liturgical color green.

The Holy Father’s Intentions for the Month of October
Universal:That journalists, in carrying out their work, may always be motivated by respect for truth and a strong sense of ethics.

Feasts for October
The feasts on the General Roman Calendar celebrated during the month of October are:

1. Twenty-Six Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
2. Guardian Angels, Memorial
4. Francis of Assisi, Memorial
5. Faustina Kowalska, virgin, Opt. Mem.
6. Bruno; Bl. Marie Rose Durocher (USA), Opt. Mem.
7. Our Lady of the Rosary, Memorial
8. Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
11. St. John XXIII, Opt. Mem.
14. Callistus I, Opt. Mem.
15. Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
16. Hedwig; Margaret Mary Alacoque, Opt. Mem.
17. Ignatius of Antioch, Memorial
18. Luke, Feast
19. Isaac Jogues, John de Brébeuf and companions (USA), Memorial
20. Paul of the Cross, Opt. Mem.
22. Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
23. John of Capistrano, Opt. Mem.
24. Anthony Claret, Opt. Mem.
28. Simon and Jude, Feast
29. Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday

The month of November is dedicated to the Souls in Purgatory, whose feast is celebrated on November 2. The entire month of November falls during the liturgical season known as Ordinary Time and is represented by the liturgical color green.
The Holy Father’s Intentions for the Month of November

Christians in Asia: That Christians in Asia, bearing witness to the Gospel in word and deed, may promote dialogue, peace, and mutual understanding, especially with those of other religions.

Feasts for November
The feasts on the General Roman Calendar celebrated during the month of November are:

1. All Saints, Solemnity
2. All Souls, Feast
3. Martin de Porres, Opt. Mem.
4. Charles Borromeo, Memorial
5. Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
9. Lateran Basilica, Feast
10. Leo the Great, Memorial
11. Martin of Tours; Veterans Day (USA), Memorial
12. Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
13. Frances Xavier Cabrini, Memorial
15. Albert the Great, Opt. Mem.
16. Margaret of Scotland; Gertrude, Opt. Mem.
17. Elizabeth of Hungary, Memorial
18. Churches of Peter and Paul; Rose Philippine Duchesne (USA), Opt. Mem.
19. Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
21. Presentation of Mary, Memorial
22. Cecilia, Memorial
23. Clement I; Columban; Bl. Miguel Agustín Pro (USA); Thanksgiving Day, Opt. Mem.
24. Andrew Dung-Lac and Companions, Memorial
25. Catherine of Alexandria, Opt. Mem.
26. Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe , Solemnity
30. Andrew, Feast

The month of December is dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, which is celebrated on December 8. The first 2 days of December fall during the liturgical season known as Ordinary Time and are represented by the liturgical color green. The next 22 days fall during the liturgical season of Advent and are represented by the liturgical color purple. The remaining days of December mark the beginning of the Christmas season. The liturgical color changes to white or gold — a symbol of joy, purity and innocence.

The Holy Father’s Intentions for the Month of December
The Elderly: That the elderly, sustained by families and Christian communities, may apply their wisdom and experience to spreading the faith and forming the new generations.

Feasts for December
The feasts on the General Roman Calendar celebrated during the month of December are:

3. First Sunday of Advent, Sunday
6. Nicholas, Opt. Mem.
7. Ambrose, Memorial
8. Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Patronal Feastday of the United States of America , Solemnity
9. Juan Diego (USA), Opt. Mem.
10. Second Sunday of Advent, Sunday
11. Damasus I, Opt. Mem.
12. Our Lady of Guadalupe (USA), Feast
13. Lucy, Memorial
14. John of the Cross, Memorial
17. Third Sunday of Advent, Sunday
21. Peter Canisius, Opt. Mem.
23. John of Kanty, Opt. Mem.
24. Fourth Sunday of Advent, Sunday
25. Christmas, Solemnity
26. Stephen, Feast
27. John, Feast
28. Holy Innocents, Feast
29. Thomas Becket, Opt. Mem.
31. Holy Family, Feast

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The Top Scorers list and the winners of 2019 Bible Quiz

Quiz – 49 to 60 (January to December 2019) Tamil

S.No Name City Country Quiz Counts Total Score
1 Pradeesha Chennai Tamilnadu 12 180
1 G VALSA Nagercoil India 12 180
2 M.S.Kulandai Theresa Chennai India 12 178
3 Pushpa Sothiratnam Mississauga Canada 12 175
3 X.Santha Flawrence Mary Hydrabad India 12 175

Quiz – 49 to 60 (January to December 2019) English

S.No Name City Country Quiz Counts Total Score
1 kanaka susheela Hubli India 13 195
2 A.VERONIKA Tambaram India 12 178
2 Geena Tuengsang India 12 178
4 Hannah Ezekiel Bangalore india 12 170

The Top Scorers list and the winners of 2018 Bible Quiz

Quiz – 37 to 48(January to December 2018) Tamil

S.No Name City Country Quiz Counts Total Score
1 Pradeesha Chennai India 12 180
2 G.Akhilamathy Colombo Srilanka 12 169
3 Jenefer Darwin Oslo Norway 12 179

Quiz – 37 to 48 (January to December 2018) English

S.No Name City Country Quiz Counts Total Score
1 kanaka susheela hubli India 12 180
2 Darwin Simpson Oslo Norway 12 178
3 Hannah Ezekiel Bangalore India 12 157

The Top Scorers list and the winners of 2017 Bible Quiz

Quiz – 25 to 36 (January to December 2017) Tamil

S.No Name City Country Quiz Counts Total Score
1 Saral Tuticorin India 12 180
2 M.S.Kulandai Theresa Chennai India 12 179
3 Jenefer Darwin Oslo Norway 12 178

Quiz – 25 to 36 (January to December 2017) English

S.No Name City Country Quiz Counts Total Score
1 Kanaka Susheela Hubli India 12 180
2 NISY JOHN PANICKER KOLLAM India 12 175
3 Jegatha Mol Marthandam India 10 150

 The Top Scorers list and the winners of 2016 Bible Quiz

Quiz – 13 to 24 (January to December 2016) Tamil

S.No Name City Country Quiz Counts Total Score
1 Ethalpet Munich Germany 12 170
2 Arthi Priya Chennai India 12 169
3 Arulvathan Theebarani Reggio Emilia Italy 11 164

Quiz – 13 to 24 (January to December 2016) (English)

S.No Name City Country Quiz Counts Total Score
1 Kanaka Susheela Karnataka INDIA 12 180
2 PRASADA RAO BYPO GUJARAT India 12 179
3 NISY JOHN PANICKER Kollam India 12 177

The Top Scorers list and the winners of 2015 Bible Quiz

Quiz – 1 to 12 (January to December 2015) Tamil

S.No Name City Country Quiz Counts Total Score
1 Abisha Toronto canada 12 173
2 ARTHI chennai india 11 87
3 r. meenakshi chennai india 10 86

Quiz – 1 to 12 (January to December 2015) (English)

S.No Name City Country Quiz Counts Total Score
1 PRASADA RAO BYPO GUJARAT INDIA 11 125
2 victoria coimbatore India 10 85
Arthi (2nd Place in Tamil) chennai india 9 62
3 Esther Rani secunderabad india 9 59

 

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