I’VE been asked repeatedly about my take on the “stupid God” issue, and all I’d say was, “Maybe I’ll say it in one of my columns.”
I BELIEVE that we should arouse in everyone the need to develop a sense of vocation. I believe that this is something that has to be pushed consistently nowadays since there is a lot of ignorance and indifference to this need which is actually basic for all of us.
IN a 2018 article published in The Priest magazine by Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, a psychologist and leading authority on the Catholic priesthood, some very informative data is presented.
AN elegantly dressed man entered the funeral home. The room suddenly became quiet and someone’s whisper could be audibly heard, “This is the favourite son!” I smiled, trying to imagine what the other siblings were known for or called by their relatives and friends.
In a span of 7 months, three priests were violently gunned down, dead on the spot. Rev. Fr. Tito Paez, a human rights advocate, was shot by the riding in tandem after he facilitated the release of a detained political prisoner.
FAKE news is not only out. It has not only grown in notoriety. It is not only virtually on the lips of everybody. It has become a weapon. For one, it is used to discredit political or social enemies.
WE need to examine how our attitude is towards death which is unavoidable in our life here on earth.
WHILE we are all kept agog over sensational headlines about continued killing of “nanlaban” suspects, “anti-tambay” arrests, corruption in high places, Dengvaxia damage and denials
DEAR President Duterte, I am writing to you as an individual Filipino and as a priest and not representing any group.
ANOTHER directive against the poor: the anti-tambay drive. It is really against the poor.
WE just celebrated the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus recently.
AFTER kissing a married woman on the lips in public, what will Chief Executive Digong do next?