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Whoever keeps my Word will never die

Your commencement exercises take place in the week prior to the Holy Week, when we recall the suffering and death of our Lord, and its meaning for our lives. The Gospel for today contemplates Jesus locked in conflict with the … Continue reading

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Entreating God For Blessings on Your Leadership

Graduation is still tomorrow. Tomorrow, you will be declared graduates of the ADDU’s School of Business and Government.  You will receive your diploma.  With your relatives and friends, you will be very happy. But with all of your requirements completed, … Continue reading

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ADDU Leadership and “God’s High Command”

[Homily: College Baccalaureate Mass, March 28, 2014] We come together this evening with a deep, deep sense of gratitude. On the one hand, there is the great joy obvious in the glow of your faces that finally this day of … Continue reading

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