These little sons and daughters of God received their First Holy Communion worthily last Sunday, December 7.  It was a sharing to the full of the Eucharistic sacrifice, by eating together the Flesh and Blood of Christ as food and drink for their soul.
After communion, with much joy in their hearts, they spent some time thanking our Lord, renewing their promise of love and obedience, and asking Him for blessing for their parents, for Rev. Msgr. Dennis, Rev. Fr. Allan, Rev. Fr. Patrick, their Teacher Gene Alberto and for themselves.
Most of all, they thank Jesus for giving Himself to them in the Eucharist.


It’s the largest celebration around the world each year.  Other holidays get a single day, but Christmas is emphasized for an entire month one twelfth of every year, and in our country it starts when September comes.

During the Christmas season, billions of people set aside their normal routines to decorate their homes, send out greeting cards (which I still love to receive) or E-mail messages, buy gifts, go to Christmas parties, attend Church services, sing Christmas songs, watch Christmas TV specials, and travel long distances to be with their families.  Christmas sights and sounds fill the air everywhere.  There are stores, bazaars, and even careers that are exclusively dedicated to preparing for and celebrating this holiday.  When Christmas comes, you can’t miss it.  It’s everywhere.

The heavy drizzle can never stop us from having and giving fun.

As culminating activity for St. Andrew the Apostle Parish’ 47th Fiesta, the PYM organized a Variety show entitled “Handog Saya” last. November 29.

 

The greatest legacy of a mother to the world is her child. A mother’s greatest accomplishment is to bring up good children who are a delight to the Lord.

Last week on the first  Wednesday, the St. Andrew the Apostle Parish (SAAP) was full. The members of the Shepherding Ministry  came in full force. I believed they were there not only  to attend the healing mass by Monsignor Dennis Odiver,  but to listen to  the homily of a Jesuit deacon, Rev. Peter Mark Lopez, son of Tita Ope.

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