Written on 04 October 2016, 06.56 by Gene C. Alberto

Why is the Our Father the best of all prayers?

Our Father is the best of all prayers because it is the Lord’s Prayer, taught us by Jesus Christ, Himself, and because it is a prayer of perfect and unselfish love.

Why do Catholics omit part of the Our Father?

Protestants commonly end the Lord’s Prayer with the words, “For Thine is the Kingdom, the power, and the glory, forever and ever.  Amen.”  This is the ending given in the old King James Version.  The sentiments which these words so beautifully express is indeed an admirable one, filled with reverence and homage for the infinite God, worthy of all praise and glory.  The Church finds no fault neither in words and sentiments.  She does not use them as an integral part of the Lord’s Prayer, however, for the simple reason that they were not spoken by our Lord when He gave us the Lord’s Prayer.




On Wednesday, the 14th of September, at 8:00 o’clock in the evening, the sound of funeral bell was heard around the village.

St. Andrew parishioners gathered in church for a prayer liturgy for the souls who died violently in recent months. The congregation lit up candles around the altar; offered white roses for peace and hope. The solemn rite was officiated by Rev. Msgr. Dennis Odiver so beautifully.

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Peace based on Justice

“We hoped for peace, but no peace came. We hoped for a time of healing, but found only terror” (Jeremiah 8:15)

. This is what the world is today. Peace appears to be long coming.


Last Updated (Monday, 03 October 2016 17:46)

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“Rejoice highly favored daughter! The Lord is with you.” It was the celestial greeting for Mary by the angelic visitor as she knelt on the floor with love beaming in her unraptured face. Did she know what her “Fiat” would mean to mankind? How were she able to utter it with so much sincerity, with so much love, and with so much self-forgetfulness and trust? Did she know of the manger, of the cross, of the Eucharist?

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