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Saturday, 9 December 2017

THE BIBLE VERSES - Updates DECEMBER 10, 2017


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The Canticle of Mary Luke Chapter 1:46-56
Lament over Wide Spread Corruptions Psalms Chapter 53:1-6





BIBLE LIGHTS PROMOTIONS - Sunday Updates DECEMBER 10, 2017


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EDUCATIONS AND PROMOTIONS AND
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Sunday Updates DECEMBER 10, 2017
JESUS CHRIST GOSPELS
INTERNET EVANGELIZATION'S

BIBLE AND SPIRITUAL
LIGHTS GUIDANCE

IN THE PHILIPPINES AND THE WORLD

TEACHING OF GOSPEL 
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MESSAGE OF GOD
"ANG AWIT NG PAGPUPURI NG BANAL NA SANTA MARIA"

"Ang puso ko'y nagpupuri sa Panginoon, At nagagalak ang aking espiritu dahil sa Diyos na aking tagapagligtas."Luke 1:46-47

Pope Francis celebrates the Feast of the Immaculate Conception


Pope Francis celebrates the Feast of the Immaculate Conception

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis left the Vatican on Friday afternoon, headed for Rome’s central Piazza di Spagna in order to pay homage to the statue of the Immaculate Conception there.

Listen to Seán-Patrick Lovett's report:

Surrounded by crowds of pilgrims, tourists and local Roman residents, the Pope recited a specially-composed Prayer to Our Lady in which he asked her, among other things, to help us “rid ourselves of all pride and arrogance and to recognize ourselves for what we really are: small and poor sinners” – but always Mary’s children.

The Pope’s visit to the memorial column dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, included the traditional blessing of a garland of flowers which Roman firemen placed on the statue of Our Lady which dominates the summit of the ancient marble column.


Cardinal Tagle: Stop complaining, do something



Cardinal Tagle: Stop complaining, do something


Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle delivers his homily during Mass on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception at the Manila Cathedral, December 8, 2017. CBCPNews 
 
Just like Mary at the Annunciation, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila called on Catholics to use their “blessings and graces” in mission and for the good of the nation.


Saturday, 2 December 2017

SUNDAY BIBLE VERSES PROMOTIONS - Updates DECEMBER 03, 2017


THE BIBLE VERSES
SUNDAY BIBLE VERSES PROMOTIONS


THE BIBLE VERSES
THE SUNDAY BIBLE LIGHTS PROMOTIONS 
BIBLE VERSES READINGS PROMOTIONS
Updates DECEMBER 03, 2017
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The Tradition of the Elders Mark Chapter 7:1-23
Dependence on God Luke Chapter 12:22-34
The Feeding of the Four Thousand Mark Chapter 8:1-10

Jesus and Abraham John Chapter 8:31-59
Mutual Love Romans Chapter 12:9-21

One Body, Many Parts 1 Corinthians Chapter 12
Essential life to God Hebrews Chapter 13:1-25


BIBLE LIGHTS PROMOTIONS - Sunday Updates DECEMBER 03, 2017


BIBLE LIGHTS PROMOTIONS 
EDUCATIONS AND PROMOTIONS AND
COMMENTARY
AND CRITICISM
( APPARITIONS OF MOTHER MARY AND ANGELS )
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Sunday Updates DECEMBER 03, 2017
JESUS CHRIST GOSPELS
INTERNET EVANGELIZATION'S

BIBLE AND SPIRITUAL
LIGHTS GUIDANCE

IN THE PHILIPPINES AND THE WORLD

TEACHING OF GOSPEL 
TEACHING OF FAITH
SPIRITUAL SALVATION'S
MESSAGE OF GOD
"KABUTIHAN NG PUSO"
"RESPECT AND HELP OTHERS"

"Sapagkat sa loob sa puso ng tao nagmumula ang masamang masamang isipang naguudyok sa kanya na makiapid, magnakaw, pumatay, mangalunya, magimbot, at gumawa ng lahat ng kabuktutan, tulad sa pagdaraya, kahalayan, pagkainggit, paninirang puri, kapalaluan, at kahangalan.  Ang lahat ng ito'y nanggaling sa puso ng tao, at siyang nagpaparumi sa kanya." Mark 7:21-23

Pope at Angelus: We will be judged on love


Pope at Angelus: We will be judged on love


(Vatican Radio) In his Angelus address on Sunday, Pope Francis reflected on the last judgement, the subject of the day’s Gospel reading.

He noted that this is the last Sunday of the liturgical year, the day on which the Church celebrates the Solemnity of Christ the King of the Universe. Christ’s kingship, he said, is one “of guidance and service, but it is also a kingship that at the end of time will be asserted in judgement.” The vision of the second coming of Christ, presented in the Gospel, introduces the final judgment, when all of humanity will appear before Him, and Jesus, exercising His authority, will separate one from another, “as the shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.”

Pope Francis recalled the criteria that Jesus says will be the foundation of His judgment: “What you did for the least of my brothers, that you did on to me.” This sentence, the Pope said, “never fails to strike us, because it reveals to us” the end to which God is willing to go on account of His love for us. God goes so far as to identify Himself with us, not when we are “happy and healthy, but when we are in need.” Thus, the Pope said, “Jesus reveals the decisive criteria of His judgment, that is, the concrete love for our neighbour in difficulty.”


Priest: All called to ‘sanctify’ world in Christ


Priest: All called to ‘sanctify’ world in Christ


"Millennials” of the Immaculate Conception Parish in Palauig, Zambales give an image of Christ a welcome “fit for a king,” Nov. 26, 2017. RAYMOND SEBASTIAN
 
PALAUIG, Zambales — Not even the absence of a bishop stopped the faithful of Zambales from pushing through with the diocesan celebration of the Solemnity of Christ the King on Saturday, Nov. 26, and from reaffirming their role to bring God’s presence into the world.


 

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