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Do not just dismiss all the negative comments that you receive as coming from a sick mind. There could be a grain of truth in what they say

Song of the Wave: A New Year reflection

A reflection on the sea, its songs and its waves, might help us enter the new year ahead of us

CBCP media office releases digital Advent, Christmas guide

The reflection guide offers reflections and questions based on each day’s Gospel reading from selected bishops and priests nationwide

Isang leksyon sa ‘economics’ ng buhay

Sa mga nakatatanda, ang YOLO ay paalala na maghinay-hinay pagpasok na mga mapanganib at alanganing sitwasyon dahil iisa lang buhay ng tao

Remembering the dead as we await our own ‘transitus’

Happy would we be if we do not casually brush aside the thought or lose the opportunity to be reminded of death

On the service of the apostles

The “title” signifies only the tasks the person must accomplish given one’s gifts, not a declaration of a social position one has attained

I will follow you

As in the movie, there were also a lot of well-meaning people, bishops, religious and lay who reacted vehemently to the shift

Seeing the essentials

"I wonder who else in today’s Philippine society Exupery would have added among the ridiculous grownups whom he described." - Bishop David

The Original Twelve

The Eucharist was an infamous night of betrayal which Jesus had turned into a meal of forgiveness. So why should I exclude Judas?

If not now, when?

Jesus teaches us to ask questions like, “What is the context?” What is the significance of these events within their given time and setting?

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