Paano mo pinapanday ang Iyong Buhay?

29 Hunyo 2010. Peter and Paul. Miyerkoles ng ika-13 Linggo ng TaonActs 12, 1-11; Psalm 34; 2 Tim 4, 6-18; Matthew 16, 13-19May isang napakahusay na karpintero na labis na kinalulugdan ng kanyang kumpanya. Dumating ang panahon ng kanyang pagreretiro. Sinabi ng may-ari na bago siya lumisan, gumawa siya ng isang pang bahay. Dahil nawalaContinue reading “Paano mo pinapanday ang Iyong Buhay?”

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Celebrating the Chair of St. Peter

22 February 2010 Feast of the Chair of St. Peter the Apostle1 Peter 5, 1-4; Psalm 23; Matthew 16, 13-23 You might find it strange that the feast today is the Chair of St. Peter the Apostle. The stole is white and the Gloria is sung or recited today in the Season of Lent. LikeContinue reading “Celebrating the Chair of St. Peter”

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A Feast of Foundations

29 June 2009. Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul, ApostlesActs 12, 1-11; Psalm 34; 2 Tim 4, 6-18; Matthew 16, 13-19The Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul is a feast of foundations, of beginnings, and, most of all, of the people who forged the basic principles by which we live. For Catholics all over theContinue reading “A Feast of Foundations”

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To Whom We Die For

29 June 2008 Solemnity of Sts. Peter and PaulActs 12, 1-11; Psalm 34; 2 Tim 4, 6-18; Matthew 16, 13-19 There is a connection between the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul and the question of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew: “Who do you say that I am?” Let us look at both disciples.Continue reading “To Whom We Die For”

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Mercy at Easter

30 March 2008 2nd Sunday of EasterActs 2, 42-47; Peter 1, 3-9; John 20, 19-31The word of the day is empathy. The Oxford English Dictionary defines it as “the ability to identify mentally with a person… and so understand his or her feelings.” This is the experience when we become aware of our unity withContinue reading “Mercy at Easter”

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Chair of St Peter

22 February 2008 Feast of the Chair of St. Peter1 Peter 5, 1-4; Psalm 23; Matthew 16, 13-19 The liturgical celebration of the Chair of St. Peter traces its origin in two great feasts of Christians found in the early martyriology: one on the 18th of January and the other in the 22nd of February.Continue reading “Chair of St Peter”

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