Sacraments of Healing

In a time when there was no television or social media, it is amazing to imagine how people immediately recognized Jesus when he arrived at Gennesaret. Contrast this to his disciples who oftentimes have difficulty seeing who He really was. It is easy to criticize the disciples from our vantage…
When I was a child, I always looked forward to what kind of food my mom would cook for the day. She usually prepares sinigang and adobo in the evening. I remember that I usually request for additional seasoning for our sinigang to make it more sour. Salt is one…

To be at Peace

There was a time when I had a heated argument with my sister and I ended up shouting at her. After that incident, I was so anxious and was relentlessly disturbed by my conscience for I knew I have done wrong. The only remedy that would quiet my conscience and…

Touched by the “Touched”

One of the most awaited season for me, in our Catholic celebrations is the Holy Week. And I love everything in it – the rites and celebrations in the church, the pageantry in the processions and ‘kubols’ and many more. Upon reading the Gospel for today, I remembered the Holy…

SLOWLY BUT SURELY

I remember when I was still in high school, we had a project in our Technology and Livelihood Education subject to grow vegetable. I chose to plant Patola. During the first few days, I was very enthusiastic in visiting and tending to my seedlings. I water them every day, I…
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