Monthly Archives: September 2014

Fires from Heaven, Hong Kong and Martial Law

[Homily: Luke 9:51-56. Chapel of the Assumption, ADDU, 30 Sept 2014.] In the Gospel for today, the Samaritans refused to welcome Jesus. The Samaritans believed they could worship Yahweh from their mountain tops. The Jews believed true worship could only … Continue reading

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World Response to ISIS and Philippine Catholic Education

[Homily. Mass for CEAP National Convention, SM SMX Convention Center, Davao, ] While we were resting last night, remarkable things were happening on the world stage. Under the leadership of American President Barack Obama, the United Nations passed a unanimous … Continue reading

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Towards Defining the Necessary Complementarity Between Public and Private Schools

[Address: CEAP National Convention. Discussion Forum, Members Meeting. SMX Lanang, Davao, September 23, 2014] In the current landscape of multi-layered challenges related with the implementation of the K-12, in the context of gnawing uncertainties concerning the status of our Higher … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Fullness of Life and Fundamentalism

[Homily: Luke 7:11-17, Sept 16, 2014] One can meditate everyday for life on the statement Jesus made, “I come to bring life, and to bring it to the full” (Jn 10:10). It is Jesus’ mission statement. For us who are … Continue reading

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