Selvam

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Name: Sahaya Selvam
Date registered: February 12, 2011
URL: http://www.sahayaselvam.org

Latest posts

  1. Sermon for 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A Homily: The Mustard Seed — July 18, 2014
  2. Das Gleichnis vom Sämann – Mt 13, 1-9 — July 12, 2014
  3. Sermon for 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A Homily: The Sower — July 9, 2014
  4. What is Scaffolding? — July 9, 2014
  5. Do We Need Walls to Celebrate Development? — July 6, 2014

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Sermon for 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A Homily: The Mustard Seed

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Believe in the principle of ‘graduality’!  I realise how I have been sucked into the world of “fast-food”!  I have become increasingly impatient.  When I go for breakfast I want instant coffee.  When I have a headache I want instant relief.  When I email people I want instant replies.  When I fall in love I more »

Das Gleichnis vom Sämann – Mt 13, 1-9

Das GlDas Gleichnis vom Sämann – Mt 13, 1-9 Vor ein paar Jahren durfte ich das Heilige Land besuchen. Ich erinnere mich, wie unser Bus vom See von Galiläa hinauf auf den so genannten ‘Berg der Seligpreisungen’ fuhr und wie der Franziskaner, der uns begleitete, begann, uns das Gleichnis vom Sämann vorzulesen (Mt 13, 1-9) more »

Sermon for 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A Homily: The Sower

The Amateurish Farmer who does not expect 100% output A few years back I had the privilege of visiting the Holy Land. And I remember, as our bus made its way up the hill from the Sea of Galilee to what is called the Mount of the Beatitudes, our Franciscan commentator began to read to more »

What is Scaffolding?

• It is a Training Programme for Building Christian Life Skills among the Young People of Africa. • The title Scaffoldings alludes to the concept that at the beginning of learning, learners need a great deal of support; gradually, this support is taken away to allow the young people to try their independence. • It more »

Do We Need Walls to Celebrate Development?

Do We Need Walls to Celebrate Development? Sahaya G. Selvam, sdb (2 July 2014) It used to be said that the Great Wall of China is the only human artefact seen from the moon. Even if this legend has been debunked by astronauts, the wall is indeed great. It stretches an extensive distance of 7,200 more »

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