DR. Hubertus Blaumeiser, a Consultant of the Congregation for Catholic education, considers three basic archetypes of seminary formation.
WHEN I was small, like most children, I had trouble finishing my food. Dad had an ingenious way of making me finish what was on the plate.
IT is very disgusting to learn that the Bureau of Customs (BoC) allowed the release of big shipments of shabu originating from China.
As I write the local media attention seems to have made some kind of an unannounced and unintended paradigm shift.
AS a Catholic I agree, absolutely, with the Church’s teaching that the ashes of our dear departed must be interred in an appropriate place like a cemetery or a church
OF COURSE, in its ideal state, love will always be sweet. In fact, it is going to be a bliss where God “will wipe every tear from the eyes.
“CONJUGAL Property”— such is the standard, realistic as well as logical phrase used, the norm observed and the practice followed when after marriage
THIS is what we should develop. In our relationship with God and with everybody else, we need to be pro-active, aggressive, inventive and creative.
THIS morning, I was talking with a lady friend about a certain burial I will attend tomorrow—the interment, finally, of what’s left of the ashes of a man (let’s call him “Johnny”)
IN celebrating 2017 as the “Year of the Parish as a Communion of Communities,” the Philippines Bishops note that “we are challenged to more deeply discern not only the structures of governance of our dioceses and parishes
WHEN Zamboanga City was chosen as the host for this year’s National YouthDay this November, everybody was asking “Why in Zamboanga?
THE Archdiocese of Manila, under the helm of His Eminence Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, will sponsor the Fourth Philippine Conference on New Evangelization (or PCNE 4)