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Bearing our daily crosses

True servants of the kingdom of justice and peace “know how to sustain the weary” because they have been forsaken in the structures of sin

Bakit siya yumuko?

Ang panghihiya sa kanilang kapwa-tao sa social media ay walang ipinagkaiba sa sinaunang parusa ng pambabato sa mga makasalanan

Sharing the gift of newness

Are we helping God in the realization of his kingdom, or are we frustrating him with our persistent disobedience and our stubborn ways?

Pag-uusap na nakapagbabago

May advice ang tinig mula sa likod ng ulap ng kadiliman: tinig ng Ama na nagsasabing, “Makinig muna, bago magsalita.”

From darkness to light, from service to glory

It is only through the experience of Lent that we are able to comprehend and make sense of the mystery of the raising-up at Easter

Mahimasmasan sa kahibangan

Ang tawag ko sa misyon ni Satanas ay “negative reorientation” o kaya, mas mabuti, “disoryentasyon” o pagkahibang o pagkawala sa sarili

On the undeserved gifts of faith and holiness

Holiness is an undeserved gift rather than the object of an “exchange between the human and the divine”

Ang radikal na pag-ibig

Bakit tinuturuan tayo ng Panginoon na huwag magpadala sa udyok na gumanti sa kaaway?

Who is my enemy?

We must learn to embrace differences and strangeness; to accept the reality of diversity, and the infinity of mystery

On the foreverness of hope

Today’s readings are testimonies to the foreverness of hope in the canon of our faith

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