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The May issue of Kairos welcomes the new editor Adv. K. J. Johnson. The issue contains thought-provoking articles by Sasi Emmanuel and Bishop Mar Raphael Thattil challenges the readers to stand up against the atrocities of the present world and be fearless evangelizers of the Catholic Church. Elseena Joseph’s article gives suggestions and testimonies on how to be more humanitarian to others. In the Q&A section, psychologist Tintu Tony answers the readers’ queries on life and relationships. George Athungal shares his reminiscences with Reshma Joy on how training programs facilitated the growth of the movement during its early stage. Simi Abraham, Princy Joji, Asha Sanil, and Binu Joseph testifies how they experienced God’s grace in their family at the time of need. Nithin Jose Urumbenirapel interviews the recent IAS recipient Dr. Nirmal Ouseppachan on how prayer and constant participation in Eucharistic celebration helped in achieving his successes. Ajai Augustine points out the lives of many teenagers around him who have courageously initiated prayer groups and accompanied other teenagers to Jesus. Santhosh Dominic Thudanthil writes about the true meaning of being in a family and the necessity of maintaining good relationships within it. Sharlet Anns Toms describes the missionary experiences of Lirin Devassy. Varthavicharam by Sunny Kokkapillil presents articles on contemporary topics and Dr. Edward Edezheth explains the process of discernment in the Jesus Youth movement. Joseph Anthraper writes about the movie The Way, and Anitha Babu reviews the autobiography of Mary Kom, Unbreakable in Book Shelf. My Story includes the experiences of Ansu Somy and Maria Timichan. There are separate segments for JY news, news of the Catholic Church, and sections for younger readers.

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