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A Ride to Dreamland and the Sto. Niño

Her full, scarlet lips pouted as she checked a message on her android. Her perfectly arched eyebrows knit, and the hoops on her ears dangled as she shook her head, artfully crowned in a messy blond bun. A fuchsia shirt, … Continue reading

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How a taxi driver taught the lessons of IEC 2016 to a nun.

We just finished the Visita Iglesia of the International Eucharistic Congress 2016. It was late. My companions were all going the opposite direction and I did not know how to get back to the convent. I asked a barangay tanod … Continue reading

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When was the last time you told someone about Jesus?

How often do you ask yourself the above question? Do you, ever? I must admit that even though this is supposed to be my job description, I somehow miss to make it as a daily intentioned and concrete choice. This … Continue reading

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Advent. Yolanda. And a skype interview.

How did you begin Advent 2013? I had plans – books to read, daily practices, some prayers and little ways to make the waiting for Christmas more meaningful, etc. Well, God had other plans. Just as we don’t know when … Continue reading

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CFC YFL Conference 2013 and God’s Fiber Optics

Have you ever been electrified? Your senses jolted into awareness with all your nerves tingling? It’s like hitting your funny bone, a nerve inside your elbow, and a tingling sensation or dull pain shoots down your arm into your pinkie. … Continue reading

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Japan, Libya and the Annunciation

Yesterday, I went to a Baptist church to listen to some volunteer aid workers who went to Tunisia on the 5th of March to help feed the refugees from Libya. They showed us a multitude of workers, mostly from Bangladesh, … Continue reading

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It’s Lent. Let’s have a feast!

It’s Ash Wednesday. We begin the discipline of Lent through prayer, fasting and almsgiving. Instead of just fasting from food William Arthur Ward invites us to feast on so many things . Would you like to join me? • Fast … Continue reading

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