Tag Archives: Fullness of Life

Resurrection Light

[Homily: Easter Vigil, April 15, 2014] This night Light vanquishes darkness.  The flames of new Fire dance against cold and gloom.  The Paschal Candle bearing the wounds of the Crucified Lord heralds Christ alive, the Light, yesterday and today, the … Continue reading

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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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Waiting for the Fullness of Life

[Homily. Simbang Gabi. 16 December 2014.] Waiting for Christmas is truly difficult. Why? Perhaps, it’s the twinkling lights, the parol aglow, the glittering Christmas trees that make the Season so long awaited. Perhaps its the long-anticipated day of distant relatives … 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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