A Better Score

20 October 2019. Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection (Sem. Jobert Martin S. Gatmaitan) One of the classic mobile games that I enjoyed back then is “Space Impact”. In the game a spaceship travels and journeys towards certain places. The goal is not just to finish the game but to…

Moved by the Holy Spirit

19 October 2019. Saturday of the Twenty-eight Week in Ordinary Time Reflection (Sem. Ryan Tristan O. Digan) “For the Holy Spirit will teach at that moment what you should say” –  These are powerful words of assurance from Jesus especially for those who are too afraid or too shy to…

Loving is Giving

29 September 2019. Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection (Sem. Richard Anthony Lim) Ever since I was a child, I have been taught about the value of money. I remember constantly being told that money does not grow on trees. I grew up abhorring extravagance, and I always kept in…

Beloved, Gifted, and Empowered Generation.

18 September 2019. Wednesday of the Twenty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time Reflection (Sem. Carmelo V. Pocdol) The question of Jesus in today’s Gospel: “To what shall I compare the people of this generation?” has struck me and  lingered in my reflection. My active involvement in the youth ministry and being…

Just A Click

17 September 2019. Tuesday of the Twenty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time Reflection (Sem. Gerald M. Moscardon) Nowadays, there are many personalities, groups, and even ideologies that have a certain “following” especially in social media. In a click of a button, one can already “follow” a certain celebrity or politician, band,…

Faith and an Open Heart

16 September 2019. Memorial of Saints Cornelius and Cyprian Reflection (Sem. Justin G. Gatus) I couldn’t count the number of times when I was given the feedback, “You know what, do not overanalyze things! Sometimes, you just have to believe!” There were many instances wherein my faith in God was…

Going Home

15 September 2019. Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection (Sem. Philip Faustino S. Volante) As part of formation, I always cherish home weekends wherein we are allowed to go home overnight and be with our parents and relatives. In a way, this teaches us to be connected to those who…

The Sign of the Cross

14 September 2019. Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross Reflection (Sem. Rodel D.O. Aclan) One time, my sister was asked, “Why do Catholics always make the sign of the cross?  Jesus was already resurrected and not crucified anymore, so the cross already served its purpose”.  She relayed this question…
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