A LUNCHEON IN SHADES OF PURPLE by SSAP JPIC Scho. Prog. Comm. / Jean Chavez

In its Annual Fellowship and pot-luck luncheon held last January 7 the SSAP-JPIC Scholarship Committee members honored its Spiritual Advisers Fr. Reu Jose C. Galoy, OFM, Parish Priest of Santuario de San Antonio who celebrated his birthday last January 26 and Sr. Marisa Lichauco, retired Grade School principal of Miriam College. Sr. Marisa shared JoyceContinue reading “A LUNCHEON IN SHADES OF PURPLE by SSAP JPIC Scho. Prog. Comm. / Jean Chavez”

Called to Become a Child-Friendly Community, A SUNDAY GOSPEL REFLECTION for Feast of Señior Sto. Niño By Fr. Reu Jose C. Galoy

The pastoral visit of Pope Francis to our country is indeed a blessing – a once in a blue moon opportunity especially for those who cannot afford to go and visit the Vatican City in Rome. I wonder who are those who will have the chance to get closer to the Pope and those whoContinue reading “Called to Become a Child-Friendly Community, A SUNDAY GOSPEL REFLECTION for Feast of Señior Sto. Niño By Fr. Reu Jose C. Galoy”

SUNDAY GOSPEL REFLECTION, CHRIST THE KING By Fr. Reu Jose C. Galoy, OFM

Today marks the closing of the church’s liturgical year with the celebration of the feast of Christ the King. Jesus came as our Good Shepherd and entrusted us to one another. When he comes again at the end-time, we shall come face to face with him and see our worth through his eyes and fromContinue reading “SUNDAY GOSPEL REFLECTION, CHRIST THE KING By Fr. Reu Jose C. Galoy, OFM”

Giving What Is Due Is Transforming Conflict Into Connection, A Sunday Gospel Reflection for the 29th Sunday In Ordinary Time By Fr. Reu Jose C. Galoy

Today’s gospel is so rich – there are several issues that can lead us to deeper reflection. For instance, when does our responsibility to society and to God begin and end? Do we really have to put our social and religious obligation in opposition with each other? The Catholic Church Catechism points out that thereContinue reading “Giving What Is Due Is Transforming Conflict Into Connection, A Sunday Gospel Reflection for the 29th Sunday In Ordinary Time By Fr. Reu Jose C. Galoy”