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- War Against Children: Down Syndrome Genocide – 90% Killed (Part 13) April 26, 2023
- “Go to Galilee” April 14, 2023
- Message of the Holy Father Francis for Lent 2023, 17.02.2023 March 19, 2023
- A New Generation: The Senior Family March 19, 2023
- Message of His Holiness Pope Francis XXXI World Day of the Sick – 11 February 2023 February 10, 2023
- OMI Japan: Christmas in Kochi – Dec. 27 ~ 28, 2022 December 30, 2022
- ADVENT: Stay Awake! November 29, 2022
- ‘Let go’ – not easy, but necessary October 29, 2022
- Oblate Toyohashi Mission ~ in the eyes of the Delegation Superior October 25, 2022
- Is God really Silent? October 23, 2022
2019 OMI Japan/Korea Delegation
Author Archives: Bradly Rozairo
OMI Japan: Christmas in Kochi – Dec. 27 ~ 28, 2022
Brad Rozairo, OMI – As the year comes to an end, we, Oblates in Japan, came together in Kochi to celebrate our annual community Christmas.
ADVENT: Stay Awake!
Brad Rozairo, OMI – Last Sunday (Nov.27, 2022) the Catholic Church entered the Advent season. This means that the day of waiting for Christmas has begun.
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‘Let go’ – not easy, but necessary
Brad Rozairo, OMI – In the year 2008, I followed a six-month psycho-spiritual renewal program, known as the ‘Sabbatical Pilgrimage’ in the Philippines. The focus of the program was mainly on the inner journey of life. There were inputs that helped me … Continue reading
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Oblate Toyohashi Mission ~ in the eyes of the Delegation Superior
Brad Rozairo, OMI – Among the five mission parishes that are being taken care of by the Oblates in Japan, Toyohashi – a peaceful riverside town in central Japan, is one of them.
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World Mission Day
Brad Rozairo, OMI – Every year on the third Sunday of October we celebrate World Mission Sunday. At mass that Sunday, as Catholics we recommit ourselves to our common vocation through Baptism to be missionaries through participation in the Eucharist, prayer and by … Continue reading
Brad Rozairo OMI — The “Ten Days for Peace” is the annual period of prayer held by the Church in Japan from August 6 to 15, to remember the victims of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This was established by the … Continue reading
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Make peace not war
Brad Rozairo, OMI – These days as I follow the news about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, my mind goes back to Sri Lanka. The ethnic war which lasted for 26 years was a very frightening experience for many, especially for people … Continue reading
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Seen yet ignored
Brad Rozairo, OMI –In Japan, if you do not have power, money or are not successful, the society will look on you as if you are an “unwanted guest”. I do not think that anyone would want to be an unwanted guest, … Continue reading
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Mission Station – A Periphery Glance
Brad Rozairo OMI — People living in places where there is no sign of a church or a convent often look for a priest or a nun to talk to. When they meet such a person, they are full of joy … Continue reading
The Hidden side of the Olympics
Brad Rozairo, OMI – A big city can become the centre of the world by hosting a mega-event like the Olympics by showcasing its modern technology, supertall buildings, eco-friendly environment etc. but it does not get to decide how it … Continue reading
Prayer For Peace
Brad Rozairo OMI — “Protecting All Life Makes Peace” is the theme for this year’s “TEN DAYS OF PRAYER FOR PEACE” which is annually being observed in Japan from August 6 ~ August 15. This initiative was taken by the … Continue reading
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Rituals or Spirituality?
Brad Rozairo, OMI – During this time of the pandemic, those involved in parish ministry begin to ask, what is going to be the future of our churches? When the state of emergency is imposed, the churches stop celebrating masses and other … Continue reading
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