Be a Welcoming Light
It is the sweetest thing we can know that the Lord will come again. He who came once is to come again, because He has promised to return. He would have us wait with our lights burning. It is a very blessed thing to be in the watch for Christ; it is a blessing to us now. How it detaches us from the world! You can be poor without murmuring; you can be rich without worldliness; you can be sick without sorrowing; you can be healthy without presumption. As we wait for Christ’s coming, blessings are wrapped up in that wonderful hope.
A good motto for guidance is this: What would Jesus think of me if He were to come right now? There are some places into which I should not go because I would not like the Lord to find me
The greatest legacy of a mother to the world is her child. A mother’s greatest accomplishment is to bring up good children who are a delight to the Lord.
Last week on the first Wednesday, the St. Andrew the Apostle Parish (SAAP) was full. The members of the Shepherding Ministry came in full force. I believed they were there not only to attend the healing mass by Monsignor Dennis Odiver, but to listen to the homily of a Jesuit deacon, Rev. Peter Mark Lopez, son of Tita Ope.
“Come and See
“Walang Coincidence kasi lahat ng bagay ay may Rason.”
25 kabataan na may iba’t ibang kaugalian, 25 kaisipan na may kanya kanyang ipinaglalaban, 25 katawan na may sariling buhay at 25 katauhan na di pa natin napagmamasdan.
Noong Oktobre 24-26, nagkaroon ng panibagong batch ng mga kabataan na dumalo sa Youth Encounter (Y.E.) na ginanap sa St. Joseph Retreat House Sampaloc, Manila at ang grupo ng mga kabataang ito ay pinangalanang “Dory ’14.”