BORN on 6 February 1931, ordained to the Sacred Priesthood on 17 March 1956, elevated to the holy Episcopacy on 30 November 1971
“WHAT can I do?” These words, followed by a slight shrug of the shoulders, have a familiar ring to them
“DAD, what was the first Christmas like?” The boy asked his father who was repairing a broken wooden toy horse.
WE salute all the troops deployed in Marawi during the 5 months of heavy fighting and bombing in the city.
From the Year of the Parish as Communion of Communities to the Year of the Clergy and Religious: A Continuing Journey
THE Year of the Parish as Communion of Communities is about to end and we are about to begin the Year of the Clergy and Religious.
WE are familiar with the parable of the lost sheep that holds so many precious lessons for us. (cfr Lk 15,1-7) We should try to be that shepherd who was willing to leave behind 99 faithful sheep to look after the one who went astray and got lost. We can imagine what...
WITH the President’s DDS—Duterte’s Denial Squad—glossing over the SWS survey results showing the tough guy’s apparently declining popularity
THE early Christians enthusiastically carried out the mission mandate given them by Christ in Matthew 28:18-20.
Haggling on life. Deaths from the war on drugs have recently met with public outrage over the killing of a 17-year-old Kian de los Santos, 19-year-old Karl Angelo Arnaiz and 14-year-old Reynaldo de Guzman.
IN our present situation where communication is faster than our thoughts, we thought that the problem of misunderstanding, misinformation and miscommunication would be things of the past.
I WOKE up early morning of October 13, Friday the 13th, to prepare myself as Commentator for the 7:30 a.m. Fiesta Mass.
THE letter of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith “Iuvenescit Ecclesia” (The Church rejuvenates) to the Bishops of the Catholic Church is a great light in preparing the theme of the Year of the Clergy and the Consecrated Persons.