Tag Archives: Society of Jesus

Our Lady of Mount Carmel

[Homily:  Live-streamed ADDU Mass, July 16, 2020] In what is now the chapel of the Jesuit Community of Ateneo de Davao Univesity there stands a statue of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.  Considering that the Patroness of the Ateneo de … Continue reading

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Final Vows:  Ongoing Availability to the Lord

[Homily:  Final Vows of Fr. Antonio Basilio, S.J., Assumption Chapel, Feast of the Sacred Heart, June 16, 2020.  Gospel:  John 21:1-13] Tony, the words today from Deuteronomy can apply to you: “The Lord set his heart on you and chose … Continue reading

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Conversion, Communal Discernment, and Mission

[Fr. Joel Tabora, S.J., Ignatian Conversations, 11 September 2019] Welcome to you all to this special edition of the Ignatian Conversations.  Thank you for gathering here from our Grade  School, Junior High School, Senior High School, and our higher education … Continue reading

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New Year’s Day: Jesus and the Mother of God

The members of the Society of Jesus, popularly know as Jesuits, celebrate their Titular Feast on this day, 1.1.11. That is because eight days after Jesus’ birth – today! – he was “circumcised, and they gave him the name, Jesus” … Continue reading

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