AFTER the deadline of registration of those who would like to run in the next elections, campaign has started.
MANY of the so-called millennials think so. They say that prayer simply serves as a tool to calm them down, relieve them of some worries, but it hardly has any real effect.
AS he reflects on the beauty of consecrated life, Pope Francis asks that “the whole Christian people be increasingly aware of the gift which is present in our many consecrated men and women, heirs of the great saints who have written the history of Christianity.”
“Nothing is politically right which is morally wrong.” — Daniel O’ Connel
THE increasing incidence of senseless killings and violence related to the drug problem is indeed morally alarming.
CANCER is one of the most difficult disease to cure or heal. So far, no effective treatment for cancer has been found—especially when it has metastasized or spread to other vital organs.
I LEARNED about Santo Padre Pio during the Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas (Laiko) Pilgrimage to Italy in October 2012 on the occasion of the canonization of San Pedro Calungsod, the second Filipino saint.
JUDGING by the reasons OFWs give for seeking employment abroad, Filipinos must be among the most family-oriented and family-loving people in the world.
“ADORO te devote, latens Deitas.” So starts that famous Eucharistic hymn composed by St. Thomas Aquinas. It means, “Hidden here before me, Lord, I worship you.” And it continues, “Quae sub his figuris vere latitas,” which means, “Hidden in these symbols, yet completely true.”
THE Pinoy version was launched last September 13 during the book fair at the SMXC. Since then many have made comments about it, both for and against.
We thank the Lord that Super Typhoon Ompong, with international name Mangkhut, did not really cause great havoc in the Philippines.
THERE is a link between Mary and the ministerial priesthood which is not only devotional but, we could also say, essential.