Bishop Thomas Dabre of Bassein Diocese visited and had lunch with us in the Curia....he has ordained many Capuchins of our Province and a good friend of the Capuchins......he is a Theologian and has been a professor in Pune for number of years......
Before we departed from Monterosso...a photo with Fr. Renato....
Mr.Michael from my place....celebrated his 70th birthday here in Rome....we dinned with him in an Indian restaurant
All of us somehow pass judgments on others, whether verbalized or simply in our minds. We are fond of comparing people with ourselves and with others.
In the Gospel reading Jesus tells us not to make judgments on others; and, if we do, to be ready to be judged in the same measure we judge others.
As a matter of right only God may judge other people. In God's greatness and goodness, he forgives rather than judges.
In the Gospel story about the woman caught in adultery, the Jewish leaders wanted to see what Jesus would do. Rather than judge and punish her, Jesus wisely says, "Let anyone among you who has no sin be the first to throw a stone at her." One by one the accusers went away, starting with the elders. (Jn 8:1- 11)It takes personal good will, effort and prayer to avoid making hasty judgments on others. Let us look at the example of Jesus who inspires us with his wisdom and mercy, who shows love and kindness to all.