The 10 Commandments in Filipino Perspective.
1. “You shall not have other god beside Me.” Huwag maniwala kay “Elsa”, walang himala. Our everyday life is a miracle. Don’t be too much dependent on fortune telling
2. “You shall not put God’s name in vain.” Everytime we use abusive language makes God sad. Sana hindi na lang naimbento ang pagmumura.
Year of the Laity Formation for Parish
The Human Resource Development Department (HRDD) of the Archdiocese of Manila organized a half day symposium for parish personnel, with the theme, “Filipino Catholic Lay, Called to be Saints and Heroes.” The symposium was divided into two batches, where the participants can choose from. The first batch was held in our parish, St. Andrew the Apostle and the other was at the Immaculate Concepcion Parish in Tayuman.
The Cross that Leads to Life
In the Gospel, Jesus speaks about the Cross: “Anyone who does not take his cross and follow in my footsteps is not worthy of me. Anyone who finds his life will lose it, anyone who loses his life for my sake will find it.” (Matthew 10:38-39)
Jesus wants us to keep the lesson of the cross fresh in our consciousness. We are reminded how he suffered tremendously on His way to death in the Cross. His sacred flesh was cruelly lacerated by scourging. His sacred head was so cruelly and mockingly crowned with thorns. He was spat upon and made fun of. Exhausted by terrible suffering, He had to carry the heavy cross to Calvary. There His sacred hands and feet were mercilessly pierced with nails. What pain this must had caused Him!
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