“Amche-xim rav” / “Be with us”



Brid-achi ollokh gheum-ia

(Hea Brid-antlean Bispache Chittichi thoddi-bhov mahiti diunk kolakar-acho proitn zala)


Toktteachi somzonni


Hea novea Dotornichea vorsacho vixoi, “Amche-xim rav” vo “Be with us” amchea Gonvlli Bapan amkam dila. Ho vixoi amkam Lukasachea Xubhvortomanan, 24vea avesvoran, voll 29 hantunt mellta. Ho vixoi ami atam hea tokttear polletanv (vo screen-icher dixtti poddta). ……

Hea vellar ami logochea ek-ek khunnachi somzonni gheum-ia:



Amche-xim rav’ (Lk. 24: 29)


Aplim kallzam bhitorlea-bhitor ulpon aslolea tea don xisamcho ho ek ulo, apnnank thavem zainastana tanchea vangdda choltolea ani tanchim kallzam ulpaitolea jivont Jezuk.


Jivont Jezuchem chitr hea brid-acho maz, toxench mornnavoir Jivontponnachea zoitachi, tech porim he srixttint ani amam ek-ekleachea jivitache yatrent Jezuchea asnneachi khunna.



Sat monxeanchim rupam (don Emmausache vatter aslolea xisam khatir ani urlolim sonvsarachea panch-ui khonddanchea [continents] monxeam khatir) aiz khuxalkayen Devak chikttun ravun (Evangelii Gaudium) bhav-bhoinnimchi seva (Fratelli Tutti) ani

Srixtticho samball korun (Laudato Si) jiyeunk proitn kortat tim bhavarti khunnaitat.

Hem vhodd kam’ dispott’te Misache Bhetteche sokten, Tachea utranche sfurten ani Tachea jevnnachea bollan fuddem veta.


The Logo

(The Logo is the pictorial description of the essential elements of the Pastoral Letter).


The theme, 'Stay Wi


th Us' (Lk 24. 29) is from the Easter narrative of the Risen Lord joining the two disciples on the road to Emmaus but still feeling lost because of what had happened that Good Friday.

The most prominent figure of the logo is the Risen Lord - a symbol of victory of Easter over Good Friday, of Life over death and of His abiding presence in the Universe and in our own life-journeys today.


The seven human figures - two for the disciples on the way to Emmaus and five representing humankind on the five continents - are expressions of the faithful today who, joyfully remaining with the Lord (Evangelii Gaudium), strive to move out in the service of the brothers and sisters (Fratelli Tutti), caring also for the nature (Laudato Si).



This entire action moves forward through the power of the daily Eucharist, motivated by His words and strengthened by His meal.