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Ang Simbahan

Tuwing iniisip natin ang Simbahan, natural at nararapat lamang na isipin ang lokal na parokya sapagkat itinuturing natin ito bilang lokal na simbahan natin....

A Bishop Dedicated to Dialogue

How can someone manage to live for almost 70 years in such a long-suffering land? “For someone in religious life, it’s not a question...

A Dream Job

“Someone asked me, ‘Why don’t you transform your passion into your work?’ And so the challenge began – far from easy – to create...

Living the Gospel: An Unexpected Gift

A faith that gives peace A parent never expects to have a disabled child. When this happened to us, my wife, already psychologically fragile, fell...

Honor the Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit can do incredible things! Just look at the Apostles! The Church had been founded by Jesus on the cross, yet they...

Restoring Paradise

Wallis, Futuna, Alofi and twenty other small islands in the southern Pacific Ocean form an archipelago, which has been part of the French overseas...

In You I See the Future

“According to international media, Africa is a continent of mass exodus. But this is not true in reality. Most of these migrants are moving...

A Special Guest of Sung Sim Dam

For a business owner, it goes without saying that having the President of the Republic visit your business is an exceptional honor. But if...

Cavite Ecumenical Movement Joins Peace Platform

Last January 11, 2019, the Cavite Ecumenical Movement headed by its Convenor, Rev. Eric Baldonado, formally joined the Philippine Ecumenical Peace Platform (PEPP), the...

Mercy Beyond Justice

Since the early days of the history of our salvation, justice has been uplifted as an aspiration. For the Children of God seeking a...
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