How great can you love?
Ashes to ashes, dust to dust… goes a pop song from the 70’s. On Wednesday, the first day of March this 2017 is Ash Wednesday. It is the start of the 40-day Lenten celebration of the Catholic Church. The highlights are the passion, death (contained in the sorrowful mysteries of the holy rosary) and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity is the only God in this whole wide universe who rose from the death and went up to heaven body and soul. How fortunate we Christians are because our God is a living God.
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Thousands March for Life
“I came that they may have LIFE, and have it abundantly”(Cf. Jn 10:10)”
The parishioners from St. Andrew the Apostle Parish expressed their cooperation to the calling of Catholic Bishop Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) to WALK FOR LIFE last February 18, 2017, Saturday at the Quirino Grandstand Manila.
11th of February, in observance of the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, we participated in a Healing Mass and Anointing of the sick,” celebrated by Msgr. Dennis Odiver at 6:30am and 12:15nn.
Jesus Christ himself had performed many miracles involving the sick and he also took this opportunity to forgive the sins of the ailing person. Our state of being in sin affects the well-being of the body and visiting a physical doctor is not enough to make us whole. We need God’s forgiveness in the sacrament of Reconciliation to make us complete again. Before Christ ascended into heaven he had delegated this power to his disciples. Paul, is one among them.