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Saturday, 29 November 2014

SUNDAY BIBLE VERSES PROMOTIONS - Updates NOVEMBER 30, 2014


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THE WORLDS HATERED John Chapter 15:18-27 16:1-4 
THE PRAYER OF JESUS John Chapter 171-26 
ADVICE TO PRESBYTERS1 Peter Chapter 5:1-14
FREEDOM FOR SERVICE Galatians Chapter 5:16-2
5EXHORTATIONS TO TIMOTHY 1 Timothy Chapter 6:11-21 
PLEA FOR UNITY AND HUMILITY Philippians Chapter 2:1-11
STEADFASTNESS IN FAITH Philippians Chapter 1:2
7THE IMPORTANCE OF FAITH Galatians Chapter 5:1



BIBLE LIGHTS PROMOTIONS


TEACHING OF GOSPEL
TEACHING OF FAITH
TEACHING OF PEACE AND UNITY
"Jesus Christ Teaching of faith and hope in time of persecutions
oppressions and equal justice"


LUKE 12:11-12

"Ang napopoot sa akin ay napopoot din sa Ama" John 15:23


"Darating ang panahon na ang sinumang pumatay sa inyo ay magaakalang siya'y naglilingkod s Diyos" John 16 :2

"Amang banal, ingatan mo sila sa pamamamagitan ng iyong kapangyarihan ng iyong pangalan, pangalang ibinigay mo sa akin, upang silay maging isa, kung paanong tayo'y iisa." John 17:11

"Pagkatapos na kayo'y maghirap na sumandali, ang Diyos, na bukal ng lahat ng pagpapala, ang siyang magbibigay sa inyo ng kaganapan, katatagan, at isang saligang matibay na di matitinag."  1Peter 5:10

"Ang espiritu and nagbibigay-buhay sa atin kaya ito rin ang dapat maghari sa ating buhay." Galacia 5:25

BIBLE LIGHTS PROMOTIONS - Sunday Updates NOVEMBER 30, 2014



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TEACHING OF GOSPEL
TEACHING OF FAITH
TEACHING OF PEACE AND UNITY
"Jesus Christ Teaching of faith and hope in time of persecutions
oppressions and equal justice"


LUKE 12:11-12

"Ang napopoot sa akin ay napopoot din sa Ama" John 15:23


"Darating ang panahon na ang sinumang pumatay sa inyo ay magaakalang siya'y naglilingkod s Diyos" John 16 :2

"Amang banal, ingatan mo sila sa pamamamagitan ng iyong kapangyarihan ng iyong pangalan, pangalang ibinigay mo sa akin, upang silay maging isa, kung paanong tayo'y iisa." John 17:11

"Pagkatapos na kayo'y maghirap na sumandali, ang Diyos, na bukal ng lahat ng pagpapala, ang siyang magbibigay sa inyo ng kaganapan, katatagan, at isang saligang matibay na di matitinag."  1Peter 5:10

"Ang espiritu and nagbibigay-buhay sa atin kaya ito rin ang dapat maghari sa ating buhay." Galicia 5:25


Laity, gov’t authorities urged: Uphold rights of indigenous groups


From the Website of CBCP
links: http://www.cbcpnews.com/cbcpnews/?p=45968

Laity, gov’t authorities urged: Uphold rights of indigenous groups

MANILA, Nov. 28, 2014 — A Catholic episcopal commission has called on the lay faithful to uphold the rights of Indigenous People (IP), urging them to fight existing realities of physical, cultural, structural, and ecological violence that cause the “severe marginalization” of Filipino natives.

“With power of our collective strength and unity, we urgently call on all our fellow Filipinos, specially our esteemed government officials, church leaders, civil society organizations to respect and protect indigenous people’s rights and well being,” the group said in a statement signed by Tabuk Bishop Prudencio Andaya, Jr., Episcopal Commission on Indigenous Peoples-Indigenous Peoples Apostolate (ECIP-IPA-IPs) Chairperson.

Indigenous Peoples participate in a celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Sunday in 2006. (Photo: CBCP News)
Constitutional provisions

According to the group, this can be achieved by “fully implementing the constitutional provisions, the Indigenous Peoples Rights Act (IPRA) other Laws, Issuances and International Instruments that recognize and protect (the indigenous groups’) rights to the letter and spirit of these issuances.”

They highlighted the rights to ancestral domain, self-determination and self-governance, and cultural integrity as the primary means to achieve unity and equality among indigenous groups.


Pope Francis: Interreligious dialogue can help end forms of fundamentalism


From the Website of Vatican
links:  http://www.news.va/en/news/pope-francis-interreligious-dialogue-can-help-end

Pope Francis: Interreligious dialogue can help end forms of fundamentalism


(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis has urged more interreligious dialogue to help bring peace and end all forms of "fundamentalism,terrorism and irrational fears." His appeal came in a speech to Turkey’s President Erdogan and other top political leaders on the first day of his pastoral visit to the cities of Ankara and Istanbul.  In his discourse, the Pope also stressed the importance of religious freedom, respect for human dignity and said we must never "resign ourselves" to ongoing conflicts in the Middle East. He spoke of his concern over the conflicts in Iraq and Syria along with the "grave persecution" of minorities there and praised Turkey’s "generous" response in welcoming a large number of refugees from these regional conflicts.
Please find below an English translation of the full text of Pope Francis’ address to President Erdogan and other Turkish political leaders:

Mr President,

Distinguished Authorities,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

              I am pleased to visit your country so rich in natural beauty and history, and filled with vestiges of ancient civilizations.  It is a natural bridge between two continents and diverse cultures.  This land is precious to every Christian for being the birthplace of Saint Paul, who founded various Christian communities here, and for hosting the first seven Councils of the Church.  It is also renowned for the site near Ephesus which a venerable tradition holds to be the “Home of Mary”, the place where the Mother of Jesus lived for some years.  It is now a place of devotion for innumerable pilgrims from all over the world, not only for Christians, but also for Muslims.

         

Saturday, 15 November 2014

SUNDAY BIBLE VERSES PROMOTIONS - Updates NOVEMBER 16, 2014


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THE BREAD OF LIFE DISCOURSE John Chapter 6:25-59
THE WORDS OF ETERNAL LIFE  John Chapter 6:60-71
 
ADDRESS TO THE GENTILES Acts Chapter 13:47-52GOD'S FIDELITY AND MERCY  Romans Chapter 15:7-13JOY AND PEACE Romans Chapter 15:4-7
TRUE WISDOM
James Chapter 3:13-18




TEACHING OF GOSPEL
TEACHING OF FAITH
SPIRITUAL TEACHINGS OF LIFE
"Spreading the Bible"

"Ako ang pagkaing nagbibigay-buhay," sabi ni Jesus. "Ang lumapit sa akin ay hindi na magugutom, at ang nananalig sa akin ay hindi na mauuhaw kailanman." John 6:35
Ang Espiritu and nagbibigay-buhay, hindi ito magagawa ng laman, Ang mga salitang sinabi ko sa inyo ay Espiritu at buhay." John 6:63
"Inilagay kita na maging ilaw sa mga hentil Upang maibalita mo ang kaligtasan hanggang sa dulo ng mundo" Acts 13:47
"Magalak kayong lagi sa panginoon, inuulit ko: magalak kayo." Filipos 4:4
"Ngunit ang may karunungang mula sa Diyos, una sa lahat ay may malinis na pamumuhay. Siya'y maibigin sa kapayapaan, mahinahon, mapagbigay, mahabagin, at masipag sa paggawa ng mabuti, hindi nagtatangi at hindi nagpapakunwari."  Santiago 3:17

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TEACHING OF GOSPEL
TEACHING OF FAITH
SPIRITUAL TEACHINGS OF LIFE
"Spreading the Bible"

"Ako ang pagkaing nagbibigay-buhay," sabi ni Jesus. "Ang lumapit sa akin ay hindi na magugutom, at ang nananalig sa akin ay hindi na mauuhaw kailanman." John 6:35


Ang Espiritu and angbibigay-buhay, hindi ito magagawa ng laman, Ang mga salitang sinabi ko sa inyo ay Espiritu at buhay." John 6:63
"Inilagay kita na maging ilaw sa mga hentil Upang maibalita mo ang kaligtasan hanggang sa dulo ng mundo" Acts 13:47
"Magalak kayong lagi sa panginoon, inuulit ko: magalak kayo." Filipos 4:4


"Ngunit ang may karunungang mula sa Diyos, una sa lahat ay may malinis na pamumuhay. Siya'y maibigin sa kapayapaan, mahinahon, mapagbigay, mahabagin, at masipag sa paggawa ng mabuti, hindi nagtatangi at hindi nagpapakunwari."  Santiago 3:17



Pope’s PH visit itinerary released


From the Website of CBCP
links: http://www.cbcpnews.com/cbcpnews/?p=45550

Pope’s PH visit itinerary released

Cardinal Tagle formally announces the itinerary of the Pope's Apostolic Visit on January 15-19, 2015.
MANILA, Nov. 14, 2014– Pope Francis will bring his message of “mercy and compassion” to at least 11 different venues in the province of Leyte and Metro Manila during his Apostolic Visit to the Philippines on January 15 to 19, 2015.

Pope Francis is expected to arrive in Manila from Sri Lanka, the first leg of his Asian trip, around 5 p.m. on January 15, and will go on a motorcade to his residence in Manila.


ASIA/PHILIPPINES - Cardinal Tagle: "The Pope's visit, a blessing that invokes responsibility"


From the Website of Vatican
links: 
http://www.news.va/en/news/asiaphilippines-cardinal-tagle-the-popes-visit-a-b

ASIA/PHILIPPINES - Cardinal Tagle: "The Pope's visit, a blessing that invokes responsibility"

Manila - "The papal visit will surely bring much blessing to the Filipinos, especially to the poor, the survivors of recent natural and human-caused calamities, and the victims of injustices. The concern and solidarity of Jesus the Good Shepherd will be palpable in the person and in the presence of Pope Francis": says the Archbishop of Manila, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, in a note sent to Agenzia Fides after the publication of the program of the papal visit, who will be in Sri Lanka from January 13 to 15 and then in the Philippines until 19 January 2015.

Saturday, 8 November 2014

SUNDAY BIBLE VERSES PROMOTIONS - Updates NOVEMBER 09, 2014


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PICKING GRAIN ON THE SABBATH  Matthew Chapter 12:1-8PETER SPEECH AT THE PENTECOST Acts Chapter 2:14-21JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH  Galatians Chapter 3:10-12PRACTICAL ARGUMENTS 1 Corinthians Chapter 15:33-34THANKSGIVING 2 Corinthians Chapter 1:1-12
THE CHOSEN FOR SALVATIONS 2 Thessalonians Chapter 2:13-17
THE PARABLE OF THE TALENTS Matthew Chapter 25;14-30

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TEACHING OF GOSPEL
TEACHING OF MERCY IN RULES
TEACHING OF FAITH
"Blessing of happiness and for others"

"habag ang ibig ko hindi hain" Mateo 12:7
"Ang sinumang tumawag sa pangalan ng panginoon ay maliligtas"  gawa 2:21
"mabubuhay sa pananampalataya ang pinawalang sala" Galacia 3:11

"Ang masasamang kasama'y makasisira ng magandang ugali" Magpakatino kayo at talikdan ang pagkakasala" 1corinto 15:33
"inaaliw niya tayo sa ating mga kapighatian, upang tayo nama'y makatulong sa mga namimighati, sa pamamagitan ng kaaliwang tinanggap sa kanya" 2Corinto 1:4
"Tinawag kayo ng diyos sa pamamagitan ng mabuting balitang ipinahayag namin sa inyo, upang makasama sa kaluwalhatian ng panginoong hesu-kristo" 
2Tesalonica 2:13


Church agency spending P563 M on ‘Yolanda’ efforts


From the Website of CBCP

Church agency spending P563 M on ‘Yolanda’ efforts

MANILA, Nov. 7, 2014—The Catholic Church in the Philippines has rolled out as much as €9.7 million, about Php 563 million, in the relief, rehabilitation, and recovery of over two million individuals directly affected by super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) in November 2013.
The Church’s integrated program for Yolanda recovery, REACH Philippines, not only responds to the physical needs of each survivor, but includes other components like shelter, food security and livelihood, hygiene, community organizing, and ecosystem recovery, among others. (Photo: CBCP - NASSA)
Fr. Edu Gariguez, executive secretary of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP)’s National Secretariat for Social Action, Justice, and Peace (NASSA), told Church-run Radyo Veritas in a recent interview shared that the amount, mostly donations from 41 various Caritas Internationalis member-organizations in six continents, makes up the total budget of the Church’s humanitarian arm for typhoon Yolanda recovery.

Integrated human development

The funds are being used in implementing the Church’s integrated human development program REACH Philippines (Recovery Assistance to Vulnerable Communities Affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines), particularly in areas severely devastated by the calamity, among which are the 35 parishes comprising the Archdioceses of Iloilo, Capiz, Cebu, and Palo; the Dioceses of Kalibo, Antique, Borongan, and Calbayog; and the Apostolic Vicariate of Puerto Princesa.
Gariguez said REACH Philippines, not only responds to the physical needs of each survivor, but incorporates a holistic view on recovery by including six components: shelter or housing, food security and livelihood, WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene), DRR (disaster risk reduction), community organizing, and ecosystem recovery.


 

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