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Research and Development to Accelerate Climate Action

[DENR Mindanao Multi-Stakeholders’ Forum,  Cagayan de Oro City, February 2, 2023] The Hon. Maria Antonia Yulo-Loyzaga, Secretary of the DENR and fellow participants in the forum: I have been asked to comment on Research and Development to Accelerate Climate Action. … Continue reading

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Doing God’s Will in a VUCA World

[Homily. Assumption Chapel.  ,Jan. 23, 2023.] At the ADDU we have been conversing about concerns in our VUCA world.[i]  VUCA is jargon in the business world for volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous.  In fact, the situation in the world is … Continue reading

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Concerns and Conversations in a VUCA World

[For the Members of the ADDU CommunitySunday, January 22, 2023. ] We live and function in a VUCA world.  We struggle to make our best decisions in a world that is volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous.  Making these decisions is stressful.  … Continue reading

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I’m gonna eat n eat n eat n eat n eat until I die! 

First Communion Homily based on:  Exodus 16: 9-15 and John 6:24-36, 48-51and the song “Eat Until I Die” from Disney’s Fun and Fancy Free [animated cartoon, released Sept 27, ‘47], sang in duet by Goofy and Donald Duck. This was … Continue reading

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The Sabbath for Man, Not Man for the Sabbath

[Homily. Assumption Chapel.  January 17, 2023] In our Gospel reading for today, Jesus and his disciples are passing through a field of grain.  They are hungry.  So they still their hunger by plucking the heads of wheat and munching on … Continue reading

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Epiphany:  God Breaks Through!

[Homily.  Feast of the Epiphany.  Assumption Chapel.  January 8, 2023.] An epiphany is a manifestation of the Holy.  It is a manifestation of God’s holy presence to us.  In the context of the First Reading, when the Israelites were suffering … Continue reading

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Not Ignatians, but Jesuits

[Homily.  Titular Feast of the Society of Jesus, Jan. 3, 2023.] The followers of St. Francis of Assisi were to be called Franciscans. Just as the followers of St. Dominic were to be called Dominicans.  St. Ignatius of Loyola, who … Continue reading

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ADDU Homecoming: Coming Home to the Lord and King

[Homily.  Alumni/ae Mass.  Assumption 30 December 2022] On the 7th anniversary of the blessing by Abp. Romulo Valles of this chapel of the Assumption, on the seventh anniversary as well of the passing of our benefactor, Mr. Sanjo Dakudao, without … Continue reading

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Silent Night, Holy Night

[Homily.  Assumption Chapel.  Christmas Midnight Mass, 2022] From Nazareth in Galilee, Mary and Joseph had to travel about 145 kilometers to reach the ancient city of Bethlehem.  They needed to travel south along the flatlands of the Jordan River, then … Continue reading

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Simbanggabi:  The Beginning of Christmas

[Homily.  Assumption Chapel, Dec 16, 2022, 4:30 am.] Once again, I welcome you to these Simbanggabi Masses.  They are a novena of nine Masses to end before the dawn of Christmas Eve when the Gospel joyfully proclaims: “in the tender … Continue reading

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