Tag Archives: Values

ADDU Athletics: Towards Values for Life

[Address: First ADDU School Athletes General Assembly (SAGA). 7.27.12] It is wonderful that we can all gather together like this! Gathered with us this evening are 795 varsity athletes from our grade school, high school and colleges. All the administrators … 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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One God: Powerful and Merciful

Homily. ADDU Grade School Comunity Association (17 July 2011) Our Mass readings today give us much to reflect on. First, from the Book of Wisdom (12: 13, 16-19). “…There is no god but you who have care of all” (13). … Continue reading

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Betrayal is Real

Homily. Holy Wednesday ’11. Naga Metropolitan Cathedral. In these days immediately before the great celebration of the suffering, death and resurrection of the Lord, through which we are redeemed, the liturgy focuses on the betrayal of Jesus by one of … Continue reading

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Graduation Address: A Farewell Request

Atty. Monico Jacob, the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Dr. Gina Lopez, our honorary doctor, graduation speaker and AdNU alumna, Dr. Salvador Mediavillo, representing CHED-V, Dr. Rebecca Torres, the AVP, Mr. Enrico Evangelista representing the ADNUGAA, Mr. Marbril Agor, … Continue reading

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His “Yes” to Us

Baccalaureate Mass. AdNU College and Graduate School 25 March 2011 We come together today in celebration of your forthcoming graduation. Tomorrow, you “walk through the AdNU Pillars” into your graduation celebration, and into the rest of your lives. All the … Continue reading

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AdNU’s Precious Treasure

Response to an Evening of Tribute and Farewell. 20 Mar 2011 First of all, I would like to thank you all for being here tonight. I know you are all busy people. Yet, you have come from different sectors of … Continue reading

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St. Joseph, Patron of Your Graduation

High School Baccalaureate Mass Ateneo de Naga University Feast of St. Joseph, March 19. 2011 It is a very happy coincidence, is it not, that this day falls on the Feast of St. Joseph. I hope that means that in … Continue reading

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Educational Reform and the Family

A Homily on Family Sunday Family Sunday in our Church is celebrated within the week after the celebration of Christmas; this year, that is today – the day after Christmas. Very naturally the attention shifts from the newborn Child, to … Continue reading

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Values Education in the 2002 Revised Basic Education Curriculum

With my personal interest in how our educational system forms values, it is very interesting to note that at least theoretically there is overwhelming attention given to values education in the 2002 Revised Basic Education Curriculum (RBEC). All of the … Continue reading

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