Posted by - January 12, 2019

Someone shared the story about a forgetful man at the doctor’s clinic. “Doctor, he said, I often forget things and it’s getting worse. What shall I do? The doctor replied, “ Well, first things first, and the first thing to do now is to pay me first before we start anything.       During the time

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Be a loaf of bread and a fish to others

Posted by - January 5, 2019

Christ is the fulfillment of God’s promises. His coming provided healing and rich feast for the people. He cured the sick, and fed the big crowd out of seven loaves of bread and some fish. In the Gospel of Matthew 15: 29-27, we see Jesus’ mercy and love in action on the mountainside of Galilee

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Posted by - December 30, 2018

When Jesus looked up he saw some wealthy people putting their offerings into the treasury and he noticed a poor widow putting in two small coins. He said, I tell you truly, this poor widow put in more than all the rest; for those others have made offerings from their surplus wealth, but she from

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Posted by - December 23, 2018

A friend shared the story about the sign at the door of a clinic which says: The Radiologist is: “ IN/OUT”. And the patient asked; Is the Radiologist on AM or FM band frequency? Jesus talked about tribulation at the end of time and the signs that will accompany it. Through these signs, we’ll know

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Posted by - December 16, 2018

Someone shared the story about a husband who introduced his family to his guests at a party. After introducing his two sons and two daughters-in-law, he said; “ and of course, here is my beautiful wife, she is the Law.” Does your computer or cellphone control you? God had gifted us with wonderful social media

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Posted by - December 9, 2018

A good friend of mine survived a dreadful car accident recently. He didn’t blame God or anyone, but thanked him for giving him a new lease on his life. He didn’t looked at his misfortune as a curse but something to reflect on the fragility of life and that God saves and has a mission

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“Enabler or Disabler”

Posted by - December 1, 2018

There are those who undermined or misunderstand other people’s disabilities and incapacities. Instead of discriminating them we must have compassion and be nice to them because they are God’s children and human as we all are. As Christians we must treat them with dignity and respect just as Jesus did with Bartimaeus, the blind man

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“Fan into Flame”

Posted by - November 24, 2018

I wrote this article during our Guam Priests’ Retreat at Angels’ Hills retreat house in Tagaytay City, Philippines on October 22-26, 2018. I’m sharing with you some beautiful thoughts from the talks of Fr. Luciano Filone, our retreat master. He is actually from Argentina but has lived in the Philippines for long time and he’s

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Word Over World

Posted by - October 27, 2018

Someone shared this story about a lawyer who was cross examining a wife accused of mixing poison in her husband’s cup of coffee. When asked if she was sorry for doing such criminal act, her response was; “ Yes, I felt sorry when he asked for another cup.” Our Lord felt sorry for the rich

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Posted by - October 21, 2018

The Asian Apostolic Congress on Mercy (AACOM) is a gathering of Divine Mercy devotees and promoters joined in by cardinals, bishops, priests, religious and laity. Participants have the opportunity to listen to speakers on topics related to the theme of the Congress. Enrichment through the first-hand testimonies and sharing from representatives of different Asian countries

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