Rejoice!

16 December 2018. Third Sunday of Advent Reflection (Sem. Alfredo O. Dimaano, Jr.) “…[John] proclaimed the good news to the people.” (Luke 3:18) The Third Sunday of Advent is also called Gaudete Sunday. The celebration of the Lord’s Nativity draws near and thus it is marked with joyful anticipation (Gaudete…

Rely on God

13 December 2018. Memorial of Saint Lucy, Virgin and Martyr Reflection (Sem. Ryan Tristan O. Digan) Many relationships are broken because men and women tend to cling to one another without regard to the One who should be at the center of any relationship. I realized this in my more…

Overflowing Mercy

11 December 2018. Tuesday of the Second Week of Advent Reflection (Sem. Renz Marion C. Cunanan) Why do we feel sad when someone leaves us or when someone passes away? We feel sad maybe because this person has contributed a lot in our lives, and that this person has also…

“CONDUITS OF HOPE”

10 December 2018. Monday of the Second Week of Advent Reflection (Sem. Edgar R. Calma) No man is an island. We all need each other to survive and live comfortably, meaningfully and peacefully in our earthly existence more so, in this global village where everyone has access to everything and…

Of Cuts and Fills

9 December 2018. Second Sunday of Advent Reflection (Sem. Tristan Ralf Q. Pacheco) When we tackled about the construction of highways and roads in our course “Highway Engineering,” in our Civil Engineering class we were taught by our professor that road construction is indeed a complicated job. I can still…

May it be Done to Me

8 December 2018. Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Reflection (Sem. Lester John D. Cabais) One of the most challenging subjects I handled back when I was teaching in college was Tourism Law. This subject covers a wide range of cases that tackles basic constitutional rights,…
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