Written on 21 November 2016, 06.24 by Gene C. Alberto

How should we show our gratitude to Our Lord for remaining always on our altars in the Holy Eucharist?

We should show our gratitude to Our Lord for remaining always on our altars in the Holy Eucharist by visiting Him often at Mass, by attending parish devotions, and by being present at Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.

Why does Christ want us to visit Him in the Blessed Sacrament?

Christ loves to have us visit Him in the Blessed Sacrament just as He loved to have people come to Him on earth. He loves us so much that He wants us to come with our troubles so that He can help us. And even if we do not have any special troubles, He loves to have us come just to talk to Him in our own words and spend some time with Him If we learn to listen to Him with our hearts, to hear anything He wants us to hear, He will teach our hearts what to do to love Him. Those who visit the Blessed Sacrament often, and really learn to be silent for sometime before Christ in the tabernacle, find that their desire to be there gets stronger everyday, and it become, easier and easier to converse in love with Him. Related Scriptures Ex 16, Ps 22, Mt 11:28; 22, Jn 6:22-30, Jn 20:23, Acts 6:6, 8:14-19, Jas 5:14- 15, 1 Cor 12:12-13 Catechism of the Catholic Church 611, 790, 1088, 1323, 1339, 1335, 1340, 1373-1377, 1382, 139-1394, 1413,1840


The Living Rosary

On Saturday, October 29, 2016 as one people, one Church, one parish, we celebrated the culminating ceremony of the “Living Rosary,” organized by the Legion of Mary and the Family Rosary Crusade. The prayer of the rosary was augmented by a film re-enacting the joyful mysteries, and hymns that created a solemn aura for contemplation and meditation on the mysteries. The prayers were led by Jamie Luz and Cecile Jayme with the guidance of Fr. Alan Dichoso.

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A Day with The Saints

As we commemorate All Saints’ Day it is supremely fitting to remember, honor and cherish the memory of the saints in heaven.

How did they make it to heaven?  The answer to that seems simple.  Saints are very good and holy persons.  After all, the word “saint” comes from a Latin word sanctus which means “holy.”  But it is not as simple as that.  By no means every saint was perfect.  However, some did things they became very ashamed of; things that were cruel or selfish.   So, as some people have asked, are saints simply sinners who kept on trying; trying to be good, trying to do what they believed God wanted them to do?


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Walang tutulad sa mga Pilipino na may pinakamahabang pagdiriwang ng Pasko sa buong mundo.  Nagsisimula ito mula Setyembre hanggang Enero.  Pagpasok pa lamang ng Setyembre ang mga mall ay puno na ng makukulay na dekorasyon.  Maririnig na rin ang masasayang tugtuging Pamasko na sumasagisag na ang Pasko ay naririto na.  Sa radio, telebisyon, opisina at tahanan ay nagsimula nang mag “countdown”.  Sabik nang naghihintay ang mga empleyado sa kanilang “Christmas bonus” upang makapamili na ng mga regalo at gamit na pamasko.

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