To Die A Thousand Deaths: Discerning As a Descendant of A Saint

“Therefore, if we grant you life, will you renounce your faith?” At this point, the Governors, eager to know Lorenzo’s final stand, asked him one last time.   Lorenzo’s answer came without hesitation: “That I will never do, because I am a Christian, and I shall die for God, and for Him I will giveContinue reading “To Die A Thousand Deaths: Discerning As a Descendant of A Saint”

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What To Do If God Calls You

4 July 2010 14th Sunday in Ordinary TimeIsaiah 66, 10-14; Psalm 66; Gal 6, 14-18; Luke 10, 1-12, 17-20Have you ever considered following the Lord consciously and dedicatedly? The Gospel today tells us that Jesus called and sent 36 pairs of disciples and sent them to every town He intended to visit. He said theContinue reading “What To Do If God Calls You”

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Take Another Road

27 June 2010 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time1 Kings 19, 16-21; Psalm 16; Gal 5, 1-13; Luke 9, 51-62I found a story from the book, The Best of Bits and Pieces, compiled and edited by Arthur F. Lenehan: An apple grower had built up a good mail-order business and was justifiably proud of his product.Continue reading “Take Another Road”

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Do You Know Where You’re Going?

23 June 2009. Tuesday of the 12th Week in Ordinary TimeGen 13, 2, 5-18; Psalm 15; Matthew 7, 12-14 Nomads such as Abraham and Lot searched for pastures for their flock. The larger a flock got, the more arguments arose among the herdsmen and their owners. Here, Abraham and Lot decided to separate ways toContinue reading “Do You Know Where You’re Going?”

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Priesthood

Priesthoodby Danniel SungaPhilippine Daily Inquirer 6 June 2009 Note: I am reprinting this article from the Philippine Daily Inquirer’s Opinion Column, Youngblood. The writer, Danniel “Butch” Sunga, is now Jesuit novice who entered Sacred Heart Novitiate, Novaliches, Quezon City, Philippines on May 30, 2009. He tells us about his vocation and discernment that led himContinue reading “Priesthood”

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