Gratitude during Difficulties by Nena Rosales

In today’s world of instant gratification, do we accept the difficulties of life as something we should be grateful for? The first words we learn to say aside from “mama” and “papa,” are “please” and “thank you.”Feelings of gratitude are triggered off by the receipt of something good. We are grateful for the food weContinue reading “Gratitude during Difficulties by Nena Rosales”

LET THE CHILDREN COME TO ME By Karen Blanco

“LET THE CHILDREN COME TO ME…. and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these.” Mark 10:14 Every Sunday during the 1030 am mass, a classroom full of 4-7 year olds gather together at the parish center for Magnifikids, a program under the Family and Life Ministry. It isContinue reading “LET THE CHILDREN COME TO ME By Karen Blanco”

The Sacred Heart of Jesus And Divine Mercy

The Sacred Heart of Jesus can be traced back in the 12th century but it was only through Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque in 1673 that Jesus appeared and told her “that the love of His Heartmust spread and manifest itself to men.” With the help of her confessor Saint Claude La Colombiere, the devotion toContinue reading “The Sacred Heart of Jesus And Divine Mercy”

The Taste of Silence By Conchitina S. Bernardo

Reconciliation conjures many images. …Two persons making their peace; the sacrament of confession; or, discovering another route to encounter God. The prayer of silence, Centering Prayer, brings you to all these and more. The inability to quiet the mind offers a challenge to one practicing Center Prayer. Yet because of this, the prayer bears fruitContinue reading “The Taste of Silence By Conchitina S. Bernardo”

SEVEN LAST WORDS: A GOOD FRIDAY MEDITATION IN LIGHT OF OUR FAMILY LIVES By: Marie Tycangco

Jesus’ Seven Last Words tell us a story of Jesus’ sufferings during His last hours in Calvary while fulfilling His mission. He speaks about forgiveness, mercy, love, abandonment, suffering, accomplishment and total surrender to God. Join us as we reflect on Jesus’ 7 Last Words as our fellow parishioners share their own experiences of sufferingContinue reading “SEVEN LAST WORDS: A GOOD FRIDAY MEDITATION IN LIGHT OF OUR FAMILY LIVES By: Marie Tycangco”