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My Patroness Amazes Me

WHO IS SHE?

Born on the 2nd of January 1873 at Alencon in France, she was baptized two days after, on the 4th of January same year. When she was growing up, she thought she would be a nun. She received her First Holy Communion on the 8th of May 1884 and was confirmed on the 14th of June the same year. On the 9th of April 1888, she entered the Carmelite Monastery at Lisieux as a Postulant, at the permission of her Father. She practiced the virtues of humility, evangelical simplicity, and firm confidence in God. She is my Patron Saint, Therese of the Child Jesus, also known as Saint Therese of Lisieux and The Holy Face.

The Holy Face
Saint Therese of Lisieux.

HER INTERIOR SCHOOL

Therese of the Child Jesus is well known throughout the Church’s history as a doctor of souls. I once visited her school of holiness when I read her autobiography and decided to be a student in her school. This gentle soul in her interior school of holiness is awesome and can be very instrumental in the life of any Christian who turns to her intercession. I love reading her story again and again. Her prayer life as a whole, her schedule, and simple constant communion with God must have been the classroom where all teaching, learning, and research work took place for her to come out with her mission. Of course, her teacher being the Holy Spirit and the Blessed Mother her model.

HER MISSION

Therese of the Child Jesus

I’m always touched when I think of the kind of deep love Saint Therese had for God so much that in her last moment here on earth she declared her mission saying,

“I  feel that I am about to enter my rest … but I also feel that my mission is going to begin. My mission to make God loved as I love him, to give my little ways to souls. If God grants my desire, my heaven will be lived on earth, until the end of time. This is not impossible since from the very heart of the beatific vision, the angels watch over us”.

My mission is love P.9.

She developed a lot of confidence in God as I see in most of her writings, like this very heartfelt one,

O my God, Blessed Trinity I declare to love you and make you loved.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

I can see that she had a passionate desire to make God loved as she loves him or as they loved each other, a precious skill she must have acquired only in her interior school. Her self discipline and openness in little things fostered a more significant encounter between God and herself that she intended to serve God even hereafter. I also learned that Therese’s mission actually started after her death, her mission to spend heaven on earth, if God grants her desires, to make God loved. She is one of the most loved saints nowadays because she keeps on fulfilling her mission: Making God’s children love him through her intercession – making Love loved. This Aspect of hers truly amazes me.

HER PRAYER LIFE

I’ve always thought prayer is “talking and listening to God” until I discovered more about prayer when I reflected on what my patroness wrote as a definition for prayer from her experience of prayer.

“A glance directed towards heaven, a cry of gratitude and love in the midst of trials and joys.” 

Therese of the Child Jesus

In her last conversation with her spiritual mother, Therese recounted a moment she encountered God’s glory.  She said,

“…well I was beginning the way of the cross and all of a sudden, I was seized with such a violent love for God that I cannot explain it except by saying that it was as if I had been totally plunged into fire. Oh! What fire and what sweetness at one and the same time! I was burning with love and I felt that one moment, one second longer, and I could not have supported its ardor without dying. I understood what the saint said about this state that they had experienced so often. I experienced it only for an instant, and then I fell back into my usual state of dryness.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

Therese’s attitude in prayer was that of abandonment. Even when it was difficult for her to meditate or reflect due to her health, her simplicity, peace of mind, and honesty in little things saw her being carried along by God’s love as a child carried in her Father’s arms. She longed to do great things, but her health could not permit her. In prayers, She was in-between being predominantly active and passive; thus, with no strength of her own, she left her heart predominantly open for the love of God to manifest itself to the fullest. How did she do this? By doing little things in extraordinary ways. We can learn from Therese that we can’t depend on our power to do things or to pray but on the grace of God’s love. 

Another amazing thing in her was her way of praying. Therese never cherished vocal prayers or could not stand a wearisome reiteration of words, but she prefers to silence all her personal circuits to give deep attention in listening to God. She realized that it is when she was in silence that God speaks to her, a very important aspect of her interior school. She wanted to be real as much as possible not to be drawn into ready-made prayers, but however, she said she loved the Divine office.

I also learned that Therese usually recites the ‘Our Father‘ prayer very slowly during her moments of spiritual dryness as she said,

“Sometimes when my mind is in such dryness, that it is impossible for me to draw one thought to unite myself with God I recite very slowly an ‘our Father’ then the angelic situation, this prayer carry me away, they nourish my soul so much more than if I had recited them quickly one hundred times.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

This simply means she took her time to get all the meaning and sweetness of every word, phrase, and sentence of the prayer. And this exercise usually carries her out of dryness into a soul-nourishing experience. Amazing!

HER RELATIONSHIP WITH THE VIRGIN MOTHER

THE VIRGIN MOTHER


Her relationship with the virgin Mother was so real that she said,

“The Blessed Virgin shows me that she is not displeased with me and never fails to protect me as soon as I invoke her. I turn towards her and she always takes care of my needs as a tenderness of a mother.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

This shows that in her interior school, Therese never despised the Virgin Mother she learned from her and obtained her benefits. She confirms she took care of her needs, which means her prayers through the Virgin Mother were always answered.

HER EARLY CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE 

Her radical faith and trust in God must have emanated from her early childhood experience of separation from her family. At the age of 3 years, due to ill health Therese was separated from her family and was only reunited after eleven months. This experience made her clung to her mother with a lot of passion. She could not endure being outside her mother’s presence. After her mother’s death, she clung to her family with the same zeal as she said,

“I could not bear the company of strangers and found my joy only within the intimacy of the Family.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

It is fantastic too that as Therese entered the convent, she clung to God in the same way she clung to her family. This childhood experience was just a glimpse of the interior school she came to establish as a nun, a preparation of what will come to pass in her life as a nun. Her unshakable or radical faith and dependence on God has gotten a significant contribution from her childhood experience.

HER ILL HEALTH

In sickness, Therese knew she had no strength to support herself but believed God would support her soul without her support. She believed she leans on a rock that holds her life and that she holds not the rock, but the rock holds her. This attitude of hers actually astonishes me.

In her interior institution, while learning a lot from God, the Father, Son, Holy Spirit, and Mother Mary, Saint Therese in some of her poems taught us many lessons such as abandonment, love, and self-sacrifice, fortitude, tenderness, purity, etc. To understand and imitate her life is to make us men, women, brothers, and sisters of faith. Just as she taught her novices with her words and examples, so she is teaching us today. Here are two of her amazing poems:

A GLOSS ON THE DIVINE

“Without support, yet with support. 

Living without light, in darkness, 

I am wholly being consumed by love.

 I have no other support than my God. 

And now I proclaim what I value near him.

Is to see and feel my soul 

Supported without any support.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

When I read this poem the first time, I was like startled, and then I asked myself, “what is the meaning of ‘gloss’?” From my dictionary and got it,

gloss

/ɡläs/

noun

  • 1.shine or luster on a smooth surface.

I was so moved as this definition made me understand the poem better. Amazingly, I see how this gentle soul describes her smooth leaning on God, her self abandonment in God’s hands, especially in moments when her heart was willing, but her body could not take her to where she wishes to reach in her calling due to her ill health.

LIVING ON LOVE

“Living on love is giving without limit.

Without claiming any value here below. 

Ah! I give without counting, truly sure. 

That when one loves one does not keep counts! 

Overflowing with tenderness, I have given everything.

To his divine heart… lightly I run.

I have nothing left but my only wealth

Living on love.

Living on love is banishing every fear. 

Every memory of past faults.

I see no imprint of my sins.

In a moment love has burnt out everything.”

Therese of the Child Jesus

Wow! what a love song. If there is a word in the whole wide world so difficult to define, it is “LOVE,” but here is a very simple, very true definition of love from a pure heart. Amazing! “Giving without limit, without counting, overflowing with tenderness, banishing fear, etc.”

CANONIZATION OF SAINT THERESE

Saint Therese of the Child Jesus

“After her death on the 30th of September 1897, at the age of 24, Saint Therese was declared venerable by Pope Benedict XV in 1921. In 1923 Pope Pius XI promulgated a decree which beatified Therese, describing her as the “Star of his Pontifical reign.” Finally, on the 17th of May 1925, Therese Martin, also known as Saint Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, was canonized at St. Peter’s Basilica in the presence of thirty-four cardinals, more than two hundred Arch Bishops and Bishops, innumerable priests religious and others. The Basilica was decorated with garlands of roses. She was also proclaimed a doctor of the Church.”

In fact, I’m impressed at the number of people present at her canonization, which indicates how Therese had touched the lives of many with her simple ways. This inevitably came to pass as a result of her dedication to her interior school, where she listened, communicated, and acted according to God’s will for her. She is said to be one of the most loved saints of this century because she keeps on fulfilling her mission. She is the woman most loved by the world after the mother of God. A doctor has done a lot of research, passed several exams, and is an expert in his work field. So was Saint Therese in her vocation. She did little things in extraordinary ways showing us that it is not only in doing great and mighty things that one deserves this title. Yes, she died but still lives and has visited so many countries of the world, something she wished she could do while on earth but limited by health.

Saint Therese of the Child Jesus

Her Intercessory Power

I was so astonished when I read about her intercessory power and decided to seek her intercession one time I had a difficulty. I prayed the “Glory Be Novena to Saint Therese.”

I was standing in front of the whole school that morning, conducting morning devotion. The latecomers had been stopped from running in except the kindergartens who were allowed to join their mates on their line. Suddenly, up came one of the latecomers, my class kids, Tumi, running directly towards me with a flower in hand. He must have harvested it on his way to school, for he lives on a hillside two kilometers from the school compost. The other pupils watched with amazement, eager to see what Tumi will be up to. Innocently, he offered me the flower saying, “Madam, take your ‘fiawer’. ” The whole school burst into laughter. 😁😁😁 Tumi was so happy😀as I received the flower, carried him up, and embraced him. No one could understand what this was all about, but I who have read that Saint Therese usually indicates answered prayers with flower signs. This happens the first time I took the novena. I thought it was a coincidence, but my second experience made me actually believe.

I was kneeling in front of the Blessed Sacrament on the 9th day of my Novena to Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, and as I was meditating, my eyes caught the bouquet of flowers that was standing at the altar. Just of a sudden, a rose left the bouquet and fell on the floor. This again to me was a confirmation of answered prayers through Saint Therese, and this made me believe that what is said of her is true that when you seek her intercession, she mostly shows signs of answered prayers with flowers. No doubt, she is also popularly known as “The Little Flower of Jesus,” or only “The Little Flower.

Truly my patroness amazes me, and I’m proud to be a student in her school. She is one of the greatest saints of modern times.

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Fourth Sunday of Lent Year B Gospel John 3:14-21

John 3:14-21

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Jesus said to Nicodemus: 14 “Just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the desert, so must the Son of Man be lifted up

15 so that everyone who believes in him may have eternal life.”

16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have eternal life

17 For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through him.

18 Whoever believes in him will not be condemned, but whoever does not believe has already been condemned, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God.

19 And this is the verdict, that the light came into the world, but people preferred darkness to light, because their works were evil.

20 For everyone who does wicked things hates the light and does not come toward the light, so that his works might not be exposed.

21 But whoever lives the truth comes to the light, so that his works may be clearly seen as done in God.

In Nkwen

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò ma Dzonə̀ Ŋwà’anǝ̀ â ŋwa’arǝ, 3:14-21

All: Mәkwu’utәnә̀ dzwi a mbwo wwò, o Nfò wìi.

Yesù â swiŋǝ a mbwo Nikodemusǝ̀ ngǝ, “Bǝ̌ be lya kǝ ku’usǝ Moo Ŋù gaŋǝ ndǝŋǝ tsuŋǝ̀ ma Mose ku’usǝ fǝ̀nye fya adi’i waŋsǝ-nshye la, ngǝ ŋu ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wu ma à biŋǝ mbwo zhə â dzwi nǝ mèdzwinǝ̀ ma mǝ lyǝ kǝ mye. mbǝ’ǝma Nywe koŋǝ nshye zi susu, titi nchyasǝ Moo yi wi mo’o ngǝ ŋù ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wu ma à biŋǝ a mbwo zhǝ bǝ̌ kàkǝ yi kwo la dzwi nǝ mǝ̀dzwinǝ̀ ma mǝ lye kǝ mye. Mbǝ’ǝma ŋù ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wu ma a ghǝ̀rǝ mǝnyù mǝ tǝbòŋǝ̀ a banǝ̀ nkà’à, kàkǝ yi nǝbenǝ nka’a nyǐtǝ̂, mǝ ngǝ̌ mǝ̀nyù myi kǝ nǝ kɛ̌nǝ.Mbǝ’ǝma Nywe bikàkǝ̌ Moo yi chyasǝ̀ bǝ ngǝ a yii mbusǝ nshye, la bǝ ngǝ nshye fu mǝmǝ̀ ngǝ’ǝ mbǝ’ǝ yɛ.

Bǝ̂ bǝ kàkǝ ŋu wu ma à biŋǝ mbwo zhǝ chǝ̌ lo’o, la ŋù wu ma à bikàkǝ mbwo zhǝ biŋǝ bǝ tɛ nlo’o yɛ, mbǝ’ǝma à bikàkǝ mbwo Moo Nywe wi mò’o biŋǝ̀. Li ti’i mbǝ mǝtsɛ̀rǝnǝ mǝ nsa’à ngǝ, nkà’a yii mǝmǝ̀ nshyê la bǝ koŋǝ bǝ nsenǝdi’i nchyâtǝ nkà’a, mbǝ’ǝma mǝ̀fà’à mya bǝ mà tǝbòŋǝ̀. La ŋù wu ma mǝ̀dzwinǝ myi bǝ nko’onyù a yìi mǝmǝ̀ nkà’à, mǝ ngǝ bǝ zǝ mǝfà’à myi ndanǝ ma a fa’a nǝ Nywè.

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Jesus said to Nicodemus:
14 “Just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the desert, so must the Son of Man be lifted up, Yesù â swiŋǝ a mbwo Nikodemusǝ̀ ngǝ , “Bǝ̌ bǝ lya kǝ ku’usǝ Moo Ŋù gaŋǝ ndǝŋǝ tsuŋǝ̀ ma Mose ku’usǝ fǝ̀nye fya adi’i waŋsǝ-nshye la .

15 so that everyone who believes in him may have eternal life.” ngǝ ŋu ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wu ma à biŋǝ mbwo zhẹ â dzwi nǝ mèdzwinǝ̀ ma mǝ lyǝ kǝ mye.

16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have eternal life. mbǝ’ǝma Nywe koŋǝ nshye zi susu , titi nchyasǝ Moo yi wi mo’o ngǝ ŋù ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wu ma à biŋǝ a mbwo zhǝ bǝ̌ kàkǝ yi kwo la dzwi nǝ mǝ̀dzwinǝ̀ ma mǝ lye kǝ mye .

17 For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through him. mbǝ’ǝma Nywe bikàkǝ̌ Moo yi chyasǝ̀ bǝ ngǝ a yii mbusǝ nshye, la bǝ ngǝ nshye fu mǝmǝ̀ ngǝ’ǝ mbǝ’ǝ yɛ .

18 Whoever believes in him will not be condemned, but whoever does not believe has already been condemned, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God. Bǝ̂ bǝ kàkǝ ŋu wu ma à biŋǝ mbwo zhǝ chǝ̌ lo’o, la ŋù wu ma à bikàkǝ mbwo zhǝ biŋǝ bǝ tɛ nlo’o yɛ, mbǝ’ǝma à bikàkǝ mbwo Moo Nywe wi mò’o biŋǝ̀.

19 And this is the verdict, that the light came into the world, but people preferred darkness to light, because their works were evil. Li ti’i mbǝ mǝtsɛ̀rǝnǝ mǝ nsa’à ngǝ , nkà’a yii mǝmǝ̀ nshyê la bǝ koŋǝ bǝ nsenǝdi’i nchyâtǝ nkà’a, mbǝ’ǝma mǝ̀fà’à mya bǝ mà tǝbòŋǝ̀ .

20 For everyone who does wicked things hates the light and does not come toward the light, so that his works might not be exposed. Mbǝ’ǝma ŋù ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ wu ma a ghǝ̀rǝ mǝnyù mǝ tǝbòŋǝ̀ a banǝ̀ nkà’à, kàkǝ yi nǝbenǝ nka’a nyǐtǝ̂, mǝ ngǝ̌ mǝ̀nyù myi kǝ nǝ kɛ̌nǝ.

21 But whoever lives the truth comes to the light, so that his works may be clearly seen as done in God. La ŋù wu ma mǝ̀dzwinǝ myi bǝ nko’onyù a yìi mǝmǝ̀ nkà’à, mǝ ngǝ bǝ zǝ mǝfà’à myi ndanǝ ma a fa’a nǝ Nywè.

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Ash Wednesday Year B Gospel – Matthew 6:1-6, 16-18

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Gospel – Matthew 6:1-6, 16-18

Jesus said to his disciples:

1 “Take care not to perform righteous deeds in order that people may see them; otherwise, you will have no recompense from your heavenly Father.

2 When you give alms, do not blow a trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets to win the praise of others. Amen, I say to you, they have received their reward.

3 But when you give alms, do not let your left hand know what your right is doing,

4 so that your almsgiving may be secret. And your Father who sees in secret will repay you.

5 “When you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, who love to stand and pray in the synagogues and on street corners so that others may see them. Amen, I say to you, they have received their reward.

6 But when you pray, go to your inner room, close the door, and pray to your Father in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will repay you.

16 “When you fast, do not look gloomy like the hypocrites. They neglect their appearance, so that they may appear to others to be fasting. Amen, I say to you, they have received their reward

17 But when you fast, anoint your head and wash your face

18 so that you may not appear to be fasting, except to your Father who is hidden. And your Father who sees what is hidden will repay you.”

In Nkwen

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò ma Matiyo Ŋwà’anǝ̀ â ŋwa’arǝ, 6:1-6, 16-18

All: Mәkwu’utәnә̀ dzwi a mbwo wwò, o Nfò wìi.

Yesu a swiŋǝ a mbwo ngaŋə ndzə̀mə̀ jwi ngǝ, “Lǒ fǝ’ǝ̀ ngǝ chì wwo ô nghǝrǝ mǝnyù ma nshinǝ̀ bǝ ngǝ bǝ̀ nzǝ wwo, boŋǝ Ətaa wwò wu ma à dzwi nǝkaŋǝ̀ bǝ kakǝ yi afà’à zhǝ tso’ò.

Boŋǝ ô ma’a akaŋǝ Nywe,̇ ò kǝ ndoŋǝ nǝ ti’i lǝ̌ toŋǝ ma ngàŋǝ ntsɛ̀rǝ̀ ghǝrǝ mǝmǝ̀ ndyâ-nywè nkǝ nghǝrǝ̀ atyǝ̂ mânduŋǝ mǝ ngǝ bǝ̀ ntɛ nghwu’usǝ wwa. Nǝ nkò’onyù mǝ̀ a nswiŋǝ mbwo bù ngǝ, bwo tɛ nkwɛ atso’onǝ̀ afà’à wwa.”

La boŋǝ ô ma’a akaŋǝ Nywe, ò kǝ nǝ ghǝ̀rǝ abwo zhǝ zǝ̌ nkwǝbǝ̀ zhi anŋu zu ma zǝ̌ mà’à ghə̀rə. mǝ ngǝ mǝ̀fyânǝ̀ mwo bǝ anyù nyɛ’ɛtǝ, a Ətàa wwò wu ma a zǝ mǝmǝ̀ nyɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ twu wwo.

Boŋǝ ò lô taŋǝ ndzuŋǝ o kǝ ma ngaŋǝ ntsɛ̀rǝ̀ ma bwo koŋə tiŋǝ mǝmǝ̀ ndyâ-nywe kǝ ntiŋǝ atye mânduŋǝ taŋǝ ndzuŋǝ̀ ngǝ bǝ̀ ntɛ nzǝ wwa. Nǝ nko’onyù mǝ̀ swiŋǝ a mbwo bù ngǝ bwo tɛ nkwɛ atso’onǝ̀ wwa.

La boŋǝ o lo taŋǝ ndzùŋǝ̀, ò kû nghǝ mǝmǝ ndyâ zhǝ̀ zǝ̌ mǝ̀mǝ, nwi’itǝ abà’a nti’i ntaŋǝ ndzùŋǝ mǝmǝ nyɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ, Ətàa wwò wu ma a zǝ mǝmǝ̀ nyɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ twu wwo.

Boŋǝ ô ndzwi tǝ jye mbǝ’ǝma o taŋǝ ndzùŋǝ , ò kǝ nshi wwo nǝ naŋsǝ ma ngaŋǝ ntsɛ̀rǝ̀. Bwo bikàkǝ koŋǝ mǝ nwà’àsǝnǝ̀ nshi wwa mǝ ngǝ bǝ̀ tɛ nzǝ ngǝ bwo taŋǝ ndzuŋǝ titì tǝ̌ njyǝ. Nǝ nkò’onyù mǝ swiŋǝ mbwo bù ngǝ bwo tɛ nkwɛ atso’onǝ wwa.

La boŋǝ ò tǝ dzwi nǝ nji mbǝ’ǝma o taŋǝ ndzuŋǝ̀, ò sùu nshi wwo nzo’o nǝ mǝ̀wurǝ̀, mǝ ngǝ ǝ kǝ nǝ dǝ̌ ngǝ o taŋǝ ndzùŋǝ̀ tǝ̌ njyǝ, la a zǝ tsɛ’ɛ Ətàa wwò wu ma bǝ bikàkǝ yi nzǝ. Â Ətàa wwò wu ma a zǝ azuŋǝ lò’òsǝ̀ ti’i ntwu wwo.

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò.

All: Nghu’usǝ̀ dzwì a mbwo wwo Nfò Yesu Kristò.

Free Translation

Jesus said to his disciples:
1 “Take care not to perform righteous deeds in order that people may see them; otherwise, you will have no recompense from your heavenly Father. Yesu a swiŋǝ a mbwo ngaŋə ndzə̀mə̀ jwi ngǝ, “Lǒ fǝ’ǝ̀ ngǝ chì wwo ô nghǝrǝ mǝnyù ma nshinǝ̀ bǝ ngǝ bǝ̀ nzǝ wwo, boŋǝ Ətaa wwò wu ma à dzwi nǝkaŋǝ̀ bǝ kakǝ yi afà’à zhǝ tso’ò.

2 When you give alms, do not blow a trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets to win the praise of others. Amen, I say to you, they have received their reward.” Boŋǝ ô ma’a akaŋǝ Nywe,̇ ò kǝ ndoŋǝ nǝ ti’i lǝ̌ toŋǝ ma ngàŋǝ ntsɛ̀rǝ̀ ghǝrǝ mǝmǝ̀ ndyâ-nywè nkǝ nghǝrǝ̀ atyǝ̂ mânduŋǝ mǝ ngǝ bǝ̀ ntɛ nghwu’usǝ wwa. Nǝ nkò’onyù mǝ̀ a nswiŋǝ mbwo bù ngǝ, bwo tɛ nkwɛ atso’onǝ̀ afà’à wwa.”

3 But when you give alms, do not let your left hand know what your right is doing, La boŋǝ ô ma’a akaŋǝ Nywe, ò kǝ nǝ ghǝ̀rǝ abwo zhǝ zǝ̌ nkwǝbǝ̀ zhi anŋu zu ma zǝ̌ mà’à ghə̀rə.

4 so that your almsgiving may be secret. And your Father who sees in secret will repay you. mǝ ngǝ mǝ̀fyânǝ̀ mwo bǝ anyù nyɛ’ɛtǝ, a Ətàa wwò wu ma a zǝ mǝmǝ̀ nyɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ twu wwo.

5 “When you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, who love to stand and pray in the synagogues and on street corners so that others may see them. Amen, I say to you, they have received their reward. Boŋǝ ò lô taŋǝ ndzuŋǝ o kǝ ma ngaŋǝ ntsɛ̀rǝ̀ ma bwo koŋə tiŋǝ mǝmǝ̀ ndyâ-nywe kǝ ntiŋǝ atye mânduŋǝ taŋǝ ndzuŋǝ̀ ngǝ bǝ̀ ntɛ nzǝ wwa. Nǝ nko’onyù mǝ̀ swiŋǝ a mbwo bù ngǝ bwo tɛ nkwɛ atso’onǝ̀ wwa.

6 But when you pray, go to your inner room, close the door, and pray to your Father in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will repay you. La boŋǝ o lo taŋǝ ndzùŋǝ̀, ò kû nghǝ mǝmǝ ndyâ zhǝ̀ zǝ̌ mǝ̀mǝ, nwi’itǝ abà’a nti’i ntaŋǝ ndzùŋǝ mǝmǝ nyɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ, Ətàa wwò wu ma a zǝ mǝmǝ̀ nyɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ twu wwo.

16 “When you fast, do not look gloomy like the hypocrites. They neglect their appearance, so that they may appear to others to be fasting. Amen, I say to you, they have received their reward. Boŋǝ ô ndzwi tǝ jye mbǝ’ǝma o taŋǝ ndzùŋǝ , ò kǝ nshi wwo nǝ naŋsǝ ma ngaŋǝ ntsɛ̀rǝ̀. Bwo bikàkǝ koŋǝ mǝ nwà’àsǝnǝ̀ nshi wwa mǝ ngǝ bǝ̀ tɛ nzǝ ngǝ bwo taŋǝ ndzuŋǝ titì tǝ̌ njyǝ. Nǝ nkò’onyù mǝ swiŋǝ mbwo bù ngǝ bwo tɛ nkwɛ atso’onǝ wwa.

17 But when you fast, anoint your head and wash your face, La boŋǝ ò tǝ dzwi nǝ nji mbǝ’ǝma o taŋǝ ndzuŋǝ̀, ò sùu nshi wwo nzo’o nǝ mǝ̀wurǝ̀,

18 so that you may not appear to be fasting, except to your Father who is hidden. And your Father who sees what is hidden will repay you.” mǝ ngǝ ǝ kǝ nǝ dǝ̌ ngǝ o taŋǝ ndzùŋǝ̀ tǝ̌ njyǝ, la a zǝ tsɛ’ɛ Ətàa wwò wu ma bǝ bikàkǝ yi nzǝ. Â Ətàa wwò wu ma a zǝ azuŋǝ lò’òsǝ̀ ti’i ntwu wwo.

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Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B Gospel – Mark 1:40-45

Gospel – Mark 1:40-45

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40 A leper came to Jesus and kneeling down begged him and said, “If you wish, you can make me clean.”

41 Moved with pity, he stretched out his hand, touched him, and said to him,

“I do will it. Be made clean.”

42 The leprosy left him immediately, and he was made clean.

43 Then, warning the him sternly, he dismissed him at once.

44 He said to him, “See that you tell no one anything, but go, show yourself to the priest and offer for your cleansing what Moses prescribed; that will be proof for them.”

45 The man went away and began to publicize the whole matter. He spread the report abroad so that it was impossible for Jesus to enter a town openly. He remained outside in deserted places, and people kept coming to him from everywhere.

In Nkwen

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò ma Marəcus Ŋwà’anǝ̀ â ŋwa’arǝ, 1:40-45

All: Mәkwu’utәnә̀ dzwi a mbwo wwò, o Nfò wìi.

Ŋù kǝ̀kwenǝ tsǝ yìi nkhènǝ̌ nshi Yesù, mbu’u mbwo a mbwo zhǝ nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “Boŋǝ ò koŋǝ ò ghǝrǝ̀ mǝ̀ ŋwa’à.

Ntiŋǝ Yesù ti’i nlu nǝ mǝ̀lìŋnǝ̀ a ghǝsǝ̀ abwo zhi nɲa ŋù wwa, nti’i nswiŋǝ mbwo zhǝ ngǝ “À a mǝ̀ nkòŋǝ, ŋwà’a.”

Àkǝ̀kwenǝ zha kǝ mbi mɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ̀ yi a ti’i nwa’a.

A ti’i nkwantǝ yi nkǝ mbi mɛ’ɛtǝ yi ngǝ a ghǝ. Nswiŋǝ a mbwo zhǝ ngǝ , “Chi wwo o swiŋǝ anyù tsǝ a mbwo ŋudaŋǝ, la ghǝ ndǝ̀sǝ wwo a mbwo fara, nkǝ fya ǝdzuŋǝ mǝ ŋwà’anǝ̀ mwo mbǝ̀ zu ma Mose swiŋǝ; lya bǝ̂ mədǝ̀sǝnǝ̀ a mbwo bwo ngǝ ò ŋwa’a.”

Ŋu wwa ghǝ nti’i nzhitǝ mǝ nswiŋnǝ anyù zu əlansǝ ǝdi’i wǝ. A zâtǝ̀ nkenǝ wu adi’i ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ titi Yesù ti’i mboŋǝ nduŋǝ mǝ bu chya ku nǝ̀ mǝmǝ àla’à. A ti’i ndzwi yi nta’a adi’i wu ma ŋù dàŋə̀ bikakǝ wu ndzwi. Bǝ̀ ti’i nfu ǝdi’i-di’i nkǝ ghǝ ̂ ghǝ̀ a mbwo zhǝ.

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò.

All: Nghu’usǝ̀ dzwì a mbwo wwo Nfò Yesu Kristò.

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40 A leper came to Jesus and kneeling down begged him and said, “If you wish, you can make me clean.” Ŋù kǝ̀kwenǝ tsǝ yìi nkhènǝ̌ nshi Yesù, mbu’u mbwo a mbwo zhǝ nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “Boŋǝ ò koŋǝ ò ghǝrǝ̀ mǝ̀ ŋwa’à.

41 Moved with pity, he stretched out his hand, touched him, and said to him,
“I do will it. Be made clean.” Ntiŋǝ Yesù ti’i nlu nǝ mǝ̀lìŋnǝ̀ a ghǝsǝ̀ abwo zhi nɲa ŋù wwa, nti’i nswiŋǝ mbwo zhǝ ngǝ “À a mǝ̀ nkòŋǝ, ŋwà’a.”

42 The leprosy left him immediately, and he was made clean. Àkǝ̀kwenǝ zha kǝ mbi mɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ̀ yi a ti’i ŋwa’a.

43 Then, warning the him sternly, he dismissed him at once. A ti’i nkwantǝ yi nkǝ mbi mɛ’ɛtǝ yi ngǝ a ghǝ.

44 He said to him, “See that you tell no one anything, but go, show yourself to the priest and offer for your cleansing what Moses prescribed; that will be proof for them.” A ti’i nkwantǝ yi nkǝ mbi mɛ’ɛtǝ yi ngǝ a ghǝ. Nswiŋǝ a mbwo zhǝ ngǝ , “Chi wwo o swiŋǝ anyù tsǝ a mbwo ŋudaŋǝ, la ghǝ ndǝ̀sǝ wwo a mbwo fara, nkǝ fya ǝdzuŋǝ mǝ ŋwà’anǝ̀ mwo mbǝ̀ zu ma Mose swiŋǝ; lya bǝ̂ mədǝ̀sǝnǝ̀ a mbwo bwo ngǝ ò nwa’a.”

45 The man went away and began to publicize the whole matter. He spread the report abroad so that it was impossible for Jesus to enter a town openly. He remained outside in deserted places, and people kept coming to him from everywhere. Ŋu wwa ghǝ nti’i nzhitǝ mǝ nswiŋnǝ anyù zu əlansǝ ǝdi’i wǝ. A zâtǝ̀ nkenǝ wu adi’i ntsǝ̀mǝ̀ titi Yesù ti’i mboŋǝ nduŋǝ mǝ bu chya ku nǝ̀ mǝmǝ àla’à. A ti’i ndzwi yi nta’a adi’i wu ma ŋù dàŋə̀ bikakǝ wu ndzwi. Bǝ̀ ti’i nfu ǝdi’i-di’i nkǝ ghǝ ̂ ghǝ̀ a mbwo zhǝ.

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FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR B

FEBRUARY 7TH, 2021

Gospel: Mark 1: 29-39

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Gospel  Mark 1:29-39

29 On leaving the synagogue Jesus entered the house of Simon and Andrew with James and John.

30 Simon’s mother-in-law lay sick with a fever. They immediately told him about her.

31 He approached, grasped her hand, and helped her up. Then the fever left her and she waited on them.

32 When it was evening, after sunset, they brought to him all who were ill or possessed by demons.

33 The whole town was gathered at the door.

34 He cured many who were sick with various diseases, and he drove out many demons, not permitting them to speak because they knew him.

35 Rising very early before dawn, he left and went off to a deserted place, where he prayed.

36 Simon and those who were with him pursued him 37 and on finding him said, “Everyone is looking for you.”

38 He told them, “Let us go on to the nearby villages that I may preach there also. For this purpose have I come.” 39 So he went into their synagogues, preaching and driving out demons throughout the whole of Galilee.

In Nkwen

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò ma Marəcus Ŋwà’anǝ̀ â ŋwa’arǝ. 1: 21-28

All: Mәkwu’utәnә̀ dzwi a mbwo wwò, o Nfò wìi.

Bwo fu ndya-nywe nkǝ mbi nghǝ ndya bǝ̀ Shimun nǝ Andrǝyà nǝ Dzemsǝ̀ nǝ Dzonǝ̀. Noŋsǝ Shimun noŋǝ nǝ fiba, bǝ kǝ mbi ghərə a zhi ngə lya ma a dzwi. Â ghǝtə nǝbenǝ zhǝ, ngaŋǝ abwo zhi nti’i nkwesǝ yi a bǝ̀ŋnǝ̀. Fibà wwa ti’ì mɛ’ɛtǝ̀ yi â nti’i nteŋtǝ̂ wwa.

A bǝ fǝ̀’ǝ̀ nkwifò, â ndeŋtǝ-dì’ì, bǝ yìi nǝ bǝ̀ bǝtsǝ̀mǝ ma bwo kǝ ghonǝ nǝ bu ma bwo dzwi nǝ̀ ǝ̀liŋǝ̀ mbwo zhǝ. Bǝ̀ bǝtsǝmǝ ala ala’a wwa ti’i nyìi nkoŋsǝ ntsǔ ndya. A tsu’u bǝ̀ bâ nǝ̀nǝ ma bwo dzwi nǝ̀ ǝ̀bǝŋtǝ̀ mǝghònǝ, nkǝ nsǝrǝ ǝliŋǝ nnu ba nǝ̀nǝ̌, la kǎkǝ mɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ ngǝ ǝ boŋnǝ mbǝ’ǝma bwo zhi yɛ.

Âzaŋsǝ̀ mbǝŋnǝ za’a fǝ̀’ǝ̀ njwe boŋǝ kù’ù, nghǝ, adi’i wu ma ŋù daŋǝ̀ bikàkǝ wu dzwi nti’i ntaŋǝ ndzuŋǝ̀ wǝ. Shimùn bwo bǝ bu ma bwo bwo dzwi ti’i nswa’à yɛ,  lya nzǝ yi nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “Ŋù ntsǝ̀mǝ swà’à wwo” A swiŋǝ nǝ̀ bwo ngǝ, A binǝ̀ ghǝ nǝ ǝtuŋǝ dzwu ma ǝ dzwi nǝbenǝ fǐ mǝ̀ nkǝ fya əbòŋnǝ wǝ, mbǝ’ǝma li ànyù zu ma mǝ̀ yìi mǝ ghǝ̀rǝnǝ̀ la. A ti’i nghǝ nku mǝmǝ̀ ndyâ-nywe bwo, nfya ə̀bòŋnə nkǝ nsǝrǝ ǝliŋǝ nnu bǝ̀ mǝmǝ Galìli ǹtsǝ̀mǝ̀.

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò.

All: Nghu’usǝ̀ dzwì a mbwo wwo Nfò Yesu Kristò

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Gospel – Mark 1:29-39

29 On leaving the synagogue Jesus entered the house of Simon and Andrew with James and John. Bwo fu ndya-nywe nkǝ mbi nghǝ ndya bǝ̀ Shimun nǝ Andrǝyà nǝ Dzemsǝ̀ nǝ Dzonǝ̀.

30 Simon’s mother-in-law lay sick with a fever. They immediately told him about her. Noŋsǝ Shimun noŋǝ nǝ fiba, bǝ kǝ mbi ghərə a zhi ngə lya ma a dzwi.

31 He approached, grasped her hand, and helped her up. Then the fever left her and she waited on them. Â ghǝtə nǝbenǝ zhǝ, ngaŋǝ abwo zhi nti’i nkwesǝ yi a bǝ̀ŋnǝ̀. Fibà wwa ti’ì mɛ’ɛtǝ̀ yi â nti’i nteŋtǝ̂ wwa.

32 When it was evening, after sunset, they brought to him all who were ill or possessed by demons. A bǝ fǝ̀’ǝ̀ nkwifò, â ndeŋtǝ-dì’ì, bǝ yìi nǝ bǝ̀ bǝtsǝ̀mǝ ma bwo kǝ ghonǝ nǝ bu ma bwo dzwi nǝ̀ ǝ̀liŋǝ̀ mbwo zhǝ.

33 The whole town was gathered at the door. Bǝ̀ bǝtsǝmǝ ala ala’a wwa ti’i nyìi nkoŋsǝ ntsǔ ndya.

34 He cured many who were sick with various diseases, and he drove out many demons, not permitting them to speak because they knew him. A tsu’u bǝ̀ bâ nǝ̀nǝ ma bwo dzwi nǝ̀ ǝ̀bǝŋtǝ̀ mǝghònǝ, nkǝ nsǝrǝ ǝliŋǝ nnu ba nǝ̀nǝ̌, la kǎkǝ mɛ̀’ɛ̀tǝ ngǝ ǝ boŋnǝ mbǝ’ǝma bwo zhi yɛ.

35 Rising very early before dawn, he left and went off to a deserted place, where he prayed. Âzaŋsǝ̀ mbǝŋnǝ za’a fǝ̀’ǝ̀ njwe boŋǝ kù’ù, nghǝ, adi’i wu ma ŋù daŋǝ̀ bikàkǝ wu dzwi nti’i ntaŋǝ ndzuŋǝ̀ wǝ. 

36 Simon and those who were with him pursued him Shimùn bwo bǝ bu ma bwo bwo dzwi ti’i nswa’à yɛ,

37 and on finding him said, “Everyone is looking for you.” lya nzǝ yi nswiŋǝ ngǝ, “Ŋù ntsǝ̀mǝ swà’à wwo”

38 He told them, “Let us go on to the nearby villages that I may preach there also. For this purpose have I come.” A swiŋǝ nǝ̀ bwo ngǝ, A binǝ̀ ghǝ nǝ ǝtuŋǝ dzwu ma ǝ dzwi nǝbenǝ fǐ mǝ̀ nkǝ fya əbòŋnǝ wǝ, mbǝ’ǝma li ànyù zu ma mǝ̀ yìi mǝ ghǝ̀rǝnǝ̀ la.

39 So he went into their synagogues, preaching and driving out demons throughout the whole of Galilee. A ti’i nghǝ nku mǝmǝ̀ ndyâ-nywe bwo, nfya ə̀bòŋnə nkǝ nsǝrǝ ǝliŋǝ nnu bǝ̀ mǝmǝ Galìli ǹtsǝ̀mǝ̀.

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BAPTISM OF THE LORD FEAST

Sunday January 10th, 2021

Gospel: Mark 1: 7-11

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7 He preached, saying, “After me comes he who is mightier than I, the thong of whose sandals I am not worthy to stoop down and loosen.

8 I have baptized you with water; but he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost.

9 It happened in those days, that Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee, and was baptized by John in the Jordan.

10 Immediately coming up from the water, he saw the heavens parting, and the Spirit descending on him like a dove.

11 A voice came out of the sky, “You are my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.”

In Nkwen

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò ma Marəcus Ŋwà’anǝ̀ â ŋwa’arǝ. 1: 7-11 (The Holy Gospel according to Mark)
All: Mәkwu’utәnә̀ dzwi a mbwo wwò, o Nfò wìi.
(Glory to you o lord)

A fəɂə̀ wu wwa,

Dzonǝ̀ ti’i nswiŋǝ anyu Nywe, nswiŋǝ ngǝ: Ŋu tsǝ yìi ndzǝmǝ mwo ma à ghà’a nchyà wa. mǝ̀ bî kakǝ kù’ù mǝ zǝ̀ŋsǝnǝ̀ wa fǐtǝ̀ mǝnkɛ̀rǝ̀ mǝ ntamǝ̀ myi. Mǝ̀ mfyâ nkyì mbwo bù nǝ nkyî la à bǝ yìi fyâ nkyi mbwo bù nǝ Azhwè zǝ Ŋwà’anǝ̌.

Ə ti’i nchya mǝmǝ̀ njwe dzwu jwa ngǝ , Yesù â fu Nazareth fǝfǝ ala’a Galili yìi Dzonǝ̀ fyâ nkyì mbwo zhǝ fǝfǝ mǝmǝ̀ nkyi Dzodanǝ̀. Tsuŋ ma â kǝ fû nkyì la, nzǝ ma nǝ̀kaŋǝ̀ nyɛ̀’ɛnǝ, Azhwe zǝ Nwà’ànǝ̀ ti’i ntso atyǝ zhǝ ma sǝŋǝ. Njì tsǝ ti’ì nfuu nǝkaŋǝ̀ nswiŋǝ ngǝ: “Li bǝ moo wà ma mǝ̀ koŋǝ susu, mǝ nlanǝ nyɛ̀’ɛ̀sǝ̂ mbǝ’ǝ yɛ.”

Àbòŋnǝ̀ Yesu Kristò. (The Gospel of the Lord)

All: Nghu’usǝ̀ dzwì a mbwo wwo Nfò Yesu Kristò. (Praise to you Lord Jesus Christ)

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7 He preached, saying, “After me comes he who is mightier than I, the thong of whose sandals I am not worthy to stoop down and loosen. Dzonǝ̀ ti’i nswiŋǝ anyu Nywe, nswiŋǝ ngǝ: Ŋu tsǝ yìi ndzǝmǝ mwo ma à ghà’a nchyà wa. mǝ̀ bî kakǝ kù’ù mǝ zǝ̀ŋsǝnǝ̀ wa fǐtǝ̀ mǝŋkɛ̀rǝ̀ mǝ ntamǝ̀ myi.
8 I have baptized you with water; but he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost. Mǝ̀ mfyâ nkyì mbwo bù nǝ nkyî la à bǝ yìi fyâ nkyi mbwo bù nǝ Azhwè zǝ Ŋwà’anǝ̌.
9 It happened in those days, that Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee, and was baptized by John in the Jordan. Ə ti’i nchya mǝmǝ̀ njwe dzwu jwa ngǝ , Yesù â fu Nazareth fǝfǝ ala’a Galili yìi Dzonǝ̀ fyâ nkyì mbwo zhǝ fǝfǝ mǝmǝ̀ nkyi Dzodanǝ̀.
10 Immediately coming up from the water, he saw the heavens parting, and the Spirit descending on him like a dove. Tsuŋ ma â kǝ fû nkyì la, nzǝ ma nǝ̀kaŋǝ̀ nyɛ̀’ɛnǝ, Azhwe zǝ Nwà’ànǝ̀ ti’i ntso atyǝ zhǝ ma sǝŋǝ.
11 A voice came out of the sky, “You are my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.” Njì tsǝ ti’ì nfuu nǝkaŋǝ̀ nswiŋǝ ngǝ: “Li bǝ moo wà ma mǝ̀ koŋǝ susu, mǝ nlanǝ nyɛ̀’ɛ̀sǝ̂ mbǝ’ǝ yɛ.”

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The indefinite article “a and and”

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The definite article “The”
The definite article; “The”
The zero article

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The zero article
Exercise on definite and indefinite articles
Exercise on definite and indefinite articles

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Exercise on definite and indefinite articles
Exercise on definite and indefinite articles
The Articles; Definite, Indefinite and zero https://youtu.be/KidibPjmVoo Verb Tenses The Verb
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqU1zQYgAxE&list=PL_ihUsy6_PLKYRhQJ1B65SZ5XN1sLjNBk Adjectives and Adverbs

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Verb Tenses

Verb Tenses https://youtu.be/fqU1zQYgAxE The Verb Adjectives and Adverbs
Verb Tenses
The Simple Present Tense

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The Simple Present Tense
The Present Continuous/Progressive
The Present Continuous/Progressive
The Present Perfect Tense
The Present Perfect Tense

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The Present Perfect Continuous
The Present Perfect Continuous
The Simple Past Tense

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The Past Continuous Tense
The Past Continuous Tense
The Past Perfect Tense
The Past Perfect Continuous Tense
The Past Perfect Continuous Tense

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Simple Future Tense
Future Continuous Tense
The Future Perfect Tenses

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Subject/Verb Agreement
https://youtu.be/fqU1zQYgAxE Mastering the Alphabet 2; Sounds in words; Enabling Reading for Slow Learners Mastering the Alphabet 3; Double Sounds; Enabling Reading for Slow Learners Mastering the Alphabet 1 Enabling Reading for Slow Learners

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