Willingness to be Selfless

18 April 2019. Holy Thursday – Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper Reflection (Sem. Ryan Tristan O. Digan) The washing of the disciples’ feet by Jesus is the perfect example of humble service towards our brothers and sisters especially the least and the lowly. This act is deeply rooted in love.…

A New Slaking

14 April 2019. Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion Reflection (Sem. Tristan Ralf Q. Pacheco) In today’s Gospel reading, I was struck by the scene where Simon of Cyrene helped our Lord carry the cross. It deeply hit me as I also I remember one of my favorite Mass songs,…
13 April 2019. Saturday of the Fifth Week of Lent Reflection (Sem. Lester John D. Cabais ) Maslow’s hierarchy of needs states that safety or security is one of the most important necessities among human beings. Man desires to protect his life and secure it against the many threats of…

To Live Godly

12 April 2019. Friday of the Fifth Week of Lent Reflection (Sem. Glicerio T. Tano) Many times, it has been easy for me to think that I am good person, kind, merciful, humorous, even in the religious sense. As long as I do not break the seminary rule, become committed…

Neither Was or Will Be

11 April 2019. Thursday of the 5th Week of Lent Reflection (Sem. Peter Collin C. Crisostomo) In the coming days we are about to enter the greatest and holiest days of the year, also known as the Paschal Week. This is the week when Christ suffered, died, and rose again…

Remaining to His Word

10 April 2019. Wednesday of the Fifth Week of Lent Reflection (Sem. Keith R. Buenaventura) I focus my reflection on today’s Gospel on the Word. What is in the word of Jesus that made us follow Him? What is in the word of Jesus that when we remain in His…

Dialogue with Jesus

9 April 2019. Tuesday of the Fifth Week of Lent Reflection (Sem. Carmelo V. Pocdol) Our former bishop once said that one of the things that we should do if we meet God face to face is to acknowledge that we are sinners and is in need of His forgiveness.…

The Bright Lights

8 April 2019. Monday of the Fifth Week of Lent Reflection (Sem. Gerald M. Moscardon) Our world today is full of dazzling, mesmerizing, awe-inspiring “lights” that people are so fascinated about. We sometimes look up to people who we want to emulate or those we admire. We often call them…

Prison is People

7 April 2019. Fifth Sunday of Lent Reflection (Sem. Justin G. Gatus) When it was my first day in my prison apostolate two years ago, the first thing that touched me was the sticker posted in one of the rooms where we stayed. “Prison is people”. And I pondered these…
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