Tag Archives: Teacher Spirituality

The Greater Scheme of Things

Address: ADDU Tertiary Faculty Summit.10/4/11 Welcome back to the second semester! Hopefully, the break afforded you some opportunity to rest, recover strength, and to spend quality time with your loved ones and friends! I hope as well that on the … Continue reading

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Heaven is Real: Our Lady of the Assumption

Homily: Fiesta of Our Lady of the Assumption, ’11 As in many other Jesuit schools, Mary is our special Patroness. This means that for the many challenges that affect our school or our individual lives, we go to her for … Continue reading

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ADDU and Ignatian Spirituality

Homily: ADDU Celebration of St. Ignatius, 2011 That we can come together today as a university community to celebrate the Feast of St. Ignatius is, I believe, a great grace. On the Church calendar, that feast really falls on July … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Occasion

Service Awards at Ateneo de Naga University March 3, 2010. I have already written a little word of congratulations to you all. It has been printed in your beautiful program of profiles, and need not be repeated here. I am … Continue reading

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Jesus was a Teacher

Some teachers draw inspiration from the fact that Jesus was a teacher. He was a carpenter, a healer, and a miracle worker. But on his mission to proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom of God, he was an eminent … Continue reading

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Teacher Spirituality and Christ the King

The Ateneo de Naga’s University Church of Christ the King was built expressly to create sacred space celebrating the University’s Filipino, Catholic and Jesuit character. It is built in the baroque style associated with many Jesuit churches throughout the world, … Continue reading

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