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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

The Word of God

We listen to the readings from the Bible. the readings remind us of God's saving love and of His promise to send a Messiah. They also remind us of all the good things God has done for us. We respond by singing psalms about God.
The Apostles must have been sad and frightened after the death of Jesus. To forget their sadness and fear, they must have exchanged stories about things Jesus told them in the past. They must have sung psalms, too; to keep their spirits up.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Peace On Earth

Pope John XXIII wrote a very important encyclical entitled Peace on Earth. In this encyclical, Pope John summarized Jesus' teachings about God's Kingdom to help us know that human beings have rights. When these rights are being violated, the Kingdom of God is failing.
Below are the human rights taught in the encyclical.
These rights are gifts from our loving Father.

  1. The right to life and a decent standard of living.
  2. The right to respect and to a good reputation.
  3. The right to search for and express truth.
  4. The right to pursue art and culture.
  5. The right to be informed truthfully about events.
  6. The right to education and training.
  7. The right to worship according to one's conscience.
  8. The right to choose freely a state of life.
  9. The right to work and work without force.
  10. The right to good working conditions.
  11. The right to just wages for one's work.
  12. The right to private property.
  13. The right to associate with other people.
  14. The right to move about freely.
  15. The right to take active part in public affairs.
  16. The right to legal protection for one's rights.

These rights belong to all of us. We can start putting them into action in our homes, in our classroom and in our communities. We can begin doing them through the way we treat our family, classmates, neighbors and even people we don't know.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Know More About The Series

  • Weaves worship, doctrine, moral and liturgy in an integrated pattern, in language suited for children's age and experience - National Catechetical Directory for the Philippines (NCDP)
  • Bridges perceived gap between Christian doctrine as taught and Christian morals as lived by the Filipino Catholic (NCDP)
  • Presents catechesis with Christ as the uniting focus, a pastoral orientation, a Filipino spirit of evangelization and culture - Second Plenary Council of the Philippines (PCP II, Acts and Decrees)
  • Promotes a revitalized and renewed Filipino Christian through Christ, with Christ and in Christ (Decree Convocation, PCP II)
  • Uses true-to-life situations and experiences that are uniquely Filipino as the most effective means for achieving the objectives of catechesis (NCDP)
  • Organizes catechism around the four traditional catechenical pillars of Creed, Sacraments, Commandments, and the Our Father as suggested in the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC)
  • Presents the essentials of the Catholic Faith in an up-to-date , inculturated, organized, systematic and Christ-centered exposition with Bible and Church teaching in an unceasing interplay with Filipino experience and culture, as envisioned in the Catholic Faith Catechism (CFC)

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

The Eastern Season

Easter is the most important season of the year. It is a time for rejoicing for Jesus has risen from the dead. St. Paul tells us that without Ressurection, our faith would be in vain.
The Easter season begins with the Easter Vigil on the night before Easter Sunday. We call Jesus' Ressurection with signs of His new life: Paschal candles, water and song.
In the early years of the Church, Easter was the time to receive into the Church those who wanted to become Christians. These candidates were called catechumens or converts . Today, the beautiful Easter liturgy still welcomes all who would share in Jesus' passion, death and Ressurection.
It is during the Easter season that we celebrate Jesus' Ascension, and the descent of the Holy Spirit.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Mary, the Mother of God, has been given special honor since the early days of Christianity. We love and honor Mary beacuse she is the Mother of Jesus. Besides, Jesus gave her to us as our Mother.
One way by which we show our love and honor for Mary is through the celebration of her feast days. These feast days celebrate important moments in Mary's life. They show how much the family of God loves Mary.

Following are some of the feast days we celebrate:

There is no record of Mary's actual birthday but September 8 has been traditionally celebrated as the birth of Mary.

In many European countries, the feast of Mary's birth is celebrated together with the harvest celebration. In France, September 8 is within the harvest season for grapes. The workers gather the ripe grapes from the vineyards and select the best of the fruit. These they pile at the feet of Mary's statue in honor of her birthday. Then they pray in thanksgiving for a good harvest.

In the Philippines, we celebrate the birth of Mary with special masses and floral offerings. Some Catholic schools choose this day for the first Communion of their pupils.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Ordinary Time

These are the Sundays when nothing else is scheduled. The season consists of two in-between periods. One is a short period between the Christmas season and the beginning of Lent. The other is the long period between the Eastern season and the first Sunday in Advent. The Sundays of the Year. During this season, the Holy Spirit helps us to remember that ordinary days are important, too.

Each Church season has a color. The color of Advent and Lent is purple as a sign of penance. Christmas and Easter are white or gold as a sign of joy. The color of the Sundays of the year is green as a sign of hope.

Monday, December 7, 2009

The Advent Season

The season of Advent refers to the four weeks before Christmas. During this period, Catholics recall the years of waiting for Jesus. At that time, the people prepared themselves for the promised Messiah or Savior by trying to follow the laws of God.

Today, we celebrate Advent by giving thanks to God for our redemption in Christ. It is during this season that we are called on to do penance in anticipation of the joyous feast of Christmas. The penance we are called on to do need not be extraordinary sacrifices. All we need to do is to follow our normal routine offering each day to God and being more thoughtful of other people. The season of Advent is meant to remind us to live our lives closely to Jesus so that we can join Him in Heaven.

On Advent as we prepare for celebration of Jesus' coming into the world, let us pray for the grace to value things the way Jesus does. Let us want to only things that we really need. By doing these, we make room in our hearts for Jesus. We make ourselves worthy to celebrate Christmas

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Saint Teresa Of Avila

Saint Teresa was born in Avila, Spain on March 28, 1515.
She spent her 67 years on earth trying to know Jesus and to know herself in relation to Jesus.
Saint Teresa lived by Jesus' last promise to the Apostles: Know that I am with you until the end of the world (Matthew 28:20).
She believed and knew that the Spirit of Jesus. As a member of the Carmelite order, she taught the Carmelite aspirants to recognize the wonderful presence of God in their hearts.
With the help of Saint John of the Cross, Saint Teresa reformed the Carmelite order amid great trials and oppositions.
She wrote many books teaching about the importance of contacting Jesus Himself in simple and personal prayer. She dedicated all her efforts to God and attributed to Him all her success.

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Simeon's prophecy

When Jesus was presented at the temple, Simeon saw Him together with Joseph and Mary. Simeon said to Mary, "This Child is destined to be the downfall and the rise of many in Israel, a sign that will be opposed. And you, yourself, shall be pierced with a sword, so that the thoughts of many hearts may be laid bare."

cf. LUKE 2-27:35

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Strike a Balance

Man did not weave the Web of Life, he is merely a strand in it, What ever he does to the web, he does to himself.

You will never have a river steady and sure in its flow, Unless in the upper reaches. Trees verdant and helpful grow. and you will never find a forest wide and refreshing and grand. Unless it is nourished by rivers. that flow through, renewing the land. And man who destroys the timber, leaving the mountainside bare. Wonders what dried up the river that once ran steadily there.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

About Christmas

♥ Christmas is a time for remembering others and forgetting our selfish attitudes. It is a time for reaching out to our brothers and sisters in the bond of love and concern.

What are some good ways of celebrating Christmas?

Here are some suggestions:
1.) Participate in the liturgies of Christmas, listen well to the Scriptural readings and reflect on what they mean to you.
2.) Look around you to see who needs your warmth and help.
3.) Work with others to make sure that all of God's people know the Good News that Jesus was born for them.

Rise up in splendor!
Your light has come,

The glory of the Lord
Shines upon you.

He who was the Son of God,
for you He has become the Son of Man,
So that you who were children of men
might become the children of God.
That He might give us of His good things, He shared with us our infirmities.


Thursday, November 19, 2009

Proverbs 19:18

Disipline your children while there is hope if you don't you will run their lives.


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A fossil may be an imprint of a living thing or a footprint of an animal. The imprint is made when a dead plant or animal falls into soft sediment. When the sediment hardens into a rock, the shape of the plant or animal is preserved in it. An animal may leave its footprint in the mud. Water may cover the footprint with sediment. When the sediment hardens into a rock, the footprint is preserved. Isn't it?

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

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Saturday, November 7, 2009

O Lord, our Lord,
How glorious is Your name
Over all the earth!
You have exalted Your majesty
above the heavens.
When I behold Your heavens, the
work of Your fingers
The moon and the stars which
You set in place-
What are people that You
should be mindful of them?
Or their children and children's children
that You should care for them?
You have made them little less
than the angels,
And crowned them with the glory and
You have given them rule over the
works pf Your hands
Putting all things under their feet:
All sheep and oxen;
yes, and the beasts of the field,
The birds of the air, the fishes of the sea,
and whatever swims the paths of the seas,
Lord our Lord,
how glorious is Your name over
all the earth.

Biblical Proverbs

Seldom set foot in your neighbors house too much of you and he will hate you.

-PROVERBS 25:17.

A soft answer turneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger.

Fear of the lord is the begginning of wisdom, knowledge, of GOD results to understand.

Develop your business first before building your house.

Trust in the Lord with ll your heart: do not depend on your own understanding.
Seek his will in all you do,
And he will dired your paths.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

The Baptism Of Jesus

At the time God spoke to Zechariah's son John, who was living in the desert. So John went along the Jordan Valley, telling the people, "Turn back to God and be baptized! Then your sins will forgiven."
From Jerusalem and all Judea and from the Jordan River Valley crowds of people went to John. They told how sorry they were for their sins, and he baptized them in the river.
Jesus left Galilee and went to the Jordan River to be baptized by John. But John kept objecting and said, "I ought to be baptized by you." Jesus answered, "For now this is how it should be, because we must do all that God wants us to do."
So Jesus was baptized. And as soon as he came out of the water, the sky opened, and he saw the Spirit of God coming down on him like a dove. Then a voice from heaven said, "This is my own dear Son, and I am pleased with him."

Monday, November 2, 2009

The Boy Jesus at the Temple

A climate mangles a rush myth. Every year Jesus' parents went to Jerusalem for Passover. And when Jesus was twelve years old, they all went there as usual for the celebration. After Passover his parents left, but they did not know that Jesus had stayed on in the city. They thought he was travelling with some other people, and they went a whole day before they started looking for him. When they could not find him with their relatives and friends, they went back to Jerusalem and started looking for him there.

Three days later they found Jesus sitting in the temple, listening to the teachers ad asking them questions. Everyone who heard him was surprised at how much he knew and the answers he gave.

When his parents found him, they were amazed. His mother said, "Son, why have you done this to us? Your father and I would be in my Father's house?" But they did not understand what he meant.

Jesus went back to Nazareth with his parent's and obeyed them. His mother kept on thinking about all that had happened.

Jesus became wise, and he grew strong. God was pleased with him and so were the people.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Angels Appear to Jesus Parents

This is the good news about Jesus, Christ, the Son of God.
God sent the angel Gabriel to the town of Nazareth in Galilee with a message for a virgin named Mary. She was engaged to Joseph from the family of King David. The angel greeted Mary and said, " You are truly blessed! The Lord is with you."
Mary was confused by the angel's words and wondered what they meant.
Then the angel told Mary, "Don't be afraid!
God is pleased with you, and you will have a son. His name will be Jesus. He will be great and will be called the Son of God Most High. The Lord God will make him king, and his kingdom will never end."
Mary asked the angel, "How can this happen? I am not married!"
The angel answered, "The Holy Spirit will come down to you, and God's power will come over you. So your child will be called the holy Son of God. Nothing is impossible for God!"
Mary said, " I am the Lord's servant! Let it happen as you have said. "And the angel left her.
An angel from the Lord came to [Joseph] in a dream. The angel said, "Joseph, the baby that Mary will have is from the Holy Spirit. Go ahead and marry her. Then after her baby is born, name him Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins."
[Joseph] and Mary were soon married, just as the Lord's angel had told him to do.

Friday, October 30, 2009

Let's take this apart:

Since he made us, he knows us and loves us.
"God ... gave his only son ..."
The bad things we do separate us from God. Because God is holy and pure ( he wouldn't be much of a God if he wasn't), he can't be with anything that's less than holy.

Someone has to take the punishment for this bad things. What's the punishment? Death. A Spiritual death no, separated away from God first, and later a physical death. So, who is going to die for the bad things we do? You? Me? Well, yes, we will pay for the bad things we do unless ...

Unless there's someone who will die in our place. That's where the "God gave" part comes in. God gave Jesus to die for us. When he died on the cross, our since were taken care of.

But then Jesus came back to life a couple of days later. That's how he can be so close to us in our thoughts and in our hearts today.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

The Daily Gospel

1st Reading: Rom 4:1-8
Gospel: Lk 12:1-7
Such a numerous crowd had gatherd that they crushed one another. Then Jesus spoke to his disciples in this way,
"Beware of the yeast of the pharisees which is hypocrisy. Nothing is covered that will not be uncovered, or hidden that will not be made known. Whatever you have said int he darkness will be heard on daylight, and what you have whispered in hidden places, will be proclaimed from the housetops.
" I tell you, my friends, do not fear those who put to death the body and after that can do no more. But i will tell you whom to fear: Fear the one who after killing you is able to throw you into hell. This one you most fear. Don't you give five sparrows for two pennies? Yet not one of them has been forgotten by God. Even the hairs of your head have been numbered. So do not fear: are you not worth more than a flock of sparrows?"
Jesus warns the disciples to beware of the yeast of the Pharisees. Yeast, of course, has a permeating influence, whether for good or for evil; but the warning of Jesus includes the comment that the Pharisees are an example of what to avoid. The dichotomy is evident: he criticized the Pharisees' hypocritical practice of the law, whereas he correctly expounded the law. The Pharisees, in their zeal for the law, were opposing the purpose of God, whereas Jesus was fulfilling God's will. All this was not only a confrontation between Jesus and the scribes and Pharisees, but also between Jesus' revolutionary understanding of purity and virtue, versus the system, found in the Jewish culture of the scribes and Pharisees. In fact, Jesus remained a figure of unsurpassed holiness: holy in pedigree, holy in observances; he was classified as a reforming insider. To further this point, Jesus was not only unaffected by contact with impurity, he actually imparted purity and wholeness to the impure.
As a limit breaker, Christ today possesses the authority to cross bounderies of purity or impurity and He also invests us with that power to cross boundaris of costum and convention. We only have to ask!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009


I am Yahweh, the God of your father, Abraham and the God of Isaac. The land on which you sleep, I give to you and your descendants. All the nations of the earth will be bless. See, I am with and I will keep you safe wherever you go.

God blesses those who make an effort and accept their responsibility. Because of this even sinners can become instruments for salvation

Monday, October 12, 2009


Humble and repentant, we, sinners, turn to God whose Promised One, the Redeemer, we hope for longingly,to help us in this life and obtain for us the reward of everlasting happiness.

Friday, September 25, 2009

The Justice Of God

God is just and good.When we are faithful to Him, we have His protection.When we become unfaithful, He sends us ways to bring us back to Him.

The faithful have a place eternally in the Kingdom of God.


God's power of salvation is more mighty than any power on earth.

The foundation for true wisdom is reverence for God which can bemanifested by knowing,loving and serving Him.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Hope for Salvation

God gave us hope for salvation but we must work for that work for that salvation.
God does not do the work for us we must make the necessary effort.

Acceptance of Gods Call

To gain eternal salvation or loyalty to God must be complete and unwavering.

Monday, April 6, 2009

My Wish For 2009

My wish is that the Philippines, and the whole worlds by the Grace of God would be headed by a righteous leader so that our whole Nations can be Resurrected from darkness to the light led by the Holy Spirit ; from the Bible , the word of God.

Let us begin to read the word of God for even at least two minutes a day. If we want wisdom or guidance, the Word of God is the best source.

There are treasures hidden in the pages of the Bible, and by the leading of the Holy Spirit, we can find inspiration doctrine, reproof, correction, instruction in the righteousness, leading to perfection and good works

Saturday, April 4, 2009


After John had been arrested, Jesus came to Galilee proclaiming the Gospel of God:"This is the time of fulfill ment. The kingdom of God is at hand. Repent , and believe in the Gospel! Gospel 1:12-15

Jesus is continues to sound His call to repentance to every one and in every place, including the workplace. It is endeed good news that any humble worker could be a candidate for member ship of His Kingdom with even just a believing and repentant heart a work done with love for God and others as qualifications for sure entrance.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Zeal For Work

"Take these out of here, and stop making my Father's house a marketplace" His disciples recalled the words of scripture, Zeal for your house will consume me. Gospel: John 2:13-25

Our job satisfaction, to a large extend derives from our awareness of where our zeal comes and where it is leading us to.

But notice satisfaction can yet be crowned by a priceless sense of fulfillment when we zealous by work for something greater than ourselves.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

God is Great

God is Great through creation. God reveals his greatness. He gives each thing its own place. There is order and beauty in God.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

God Helps the Oppressed

God's plan of Salvation continues when He delivers the oppressed people from their slavery in Egypt, forms a convenient with them with the wilderness of Sinai, and makes them His special people. We respond to God's plan of love when we kept faith with the convenient made to Sinai.

Monday, February 9, 2009

God Works Through Everyone

God blesses those who make an effort and accept their responsibilities. Because of this, even sinners can become instruments for salvation.

Call to Faith

God call us to have faith in Him. Everyone who claims to worship God should be open to his call.

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Canticle of the Creatures

One day when St. Francis of Assisi was suffering from a depression, he was moved by wonders of creation. He wrote a song-prayer to thank God for His gift. Writing his prayer of thanks made Francis feel renewed and full of hope again. Today his song-prayer continues to help people everywhere to celebrate God's loving gifts.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

A Special Place

God loves us. Because God cares for us he gave us the gift of life and of Creation. All that we see from the highest mountain, from the farthest planet, from the deepest ocean and from the place where we are now are God's gift to us as a sign of His love.

God created man in his image(Genesis 1:27). We do not resemble God physically. The likeness that we have is primarily the dominion He gives us over the rest of Creation. God lets us rule Creation in His name. Our function in the universe is to take care of God's gift us. The care we give to Creation will, eventually help to lead us to salvation.

Because of the special place God gives us, we know that God created us so that we would recognized and loved Him, be happy in His love, and be able to show to others His love for everyone.