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Saturday, 23 April 2016

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Jesus Compassionate High Priest Hebrews Chapter 5:1-10
Exhortation to Preparedness 2 Peter Chapter 3:11-18

Denial of the Parousia 2 Peter Chapter 3:1-9 
His Person and Work Colossians Chapter 1:15-23

The Wrath and compassion of God Romans Chapter 9:19-29

Punishment of Idolaters Romans Chapter 1:18-32
Reproaches to Unrepentant Towns Matthew Chapter 11:20-24

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Parañaque holds ‘Year of Mercy’ vigil, pilgrimage



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Parañaque holds ‘Year of Mercy’ vigil, pilgrimage


PARAÑAQUE City, April 23, 2016- In celebration of the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy, Mary Queen of Apostles Parish (MQAP) in the Diocese of Parañaque conducted from April 22 to 23 an overnight vigil and pilgrimage to the Cathedral parish of St. Andrew, one of the diocese’ designated jubilee churches.
“This a very extraordinary event because for this year, we really experience God’s mercy and the awareness that God is always close to one of us and [we strengthen the] commitment to serve our brothers and sisters,” said Fr. Gianni Sandalo PIME parish priest of MQAP

Mass at Santa Marta - Three dimensional Christians



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Mass at Santa Marta - Three dimensional Christians

A Christian is a person of hope, who knows and witnesses that Jesus lives, that he is among us, that he prays to the Father for each of us and that he will come again. This is how Pope Francis summed up the relationship between every Christian and the Risen Jesus, during Mass at Santa Marta on Friday morning, 22 April.
From the liturgy of the day, the Pontiff brought out three fundamental words for Christian life: message, intercession and hope.
First of all, the message. In the day’s reading from the Acts of the Apostles (13:26-33), the message is essentially “the Apostles’ testimony to the resurrection of Jesus”. Thus Paul affirms in the synagogue: “when they had fulfilled all that was written of him, they took him down from the tree, and laid him in a tomb. But God raised him from the dead; and for many days he appeared to those who came up with him from Galilee to Jerusalem, who are now his witnesses to the people”. Indeed, the Pontiff summarized, “the message is: Jesus died and rose for us, for our salvation. Jesus lives!”. This is what the first disciples conveyed “to the Jews and the pagans of their time”, and they “also bore witness with their lives, with their blood”.
When John and Peter were forbidden to proclaim Jesus’ name or speak of his resurrection, the Pope continued, “they said, with all their courage and in total simplicity: ‘we cannot but speak of what we have seen and heard’”. Indeed, “we Christians, through faith, have within us the Holy Spirit, who lets us see and hear the truth about Jesus, who died for our sins and is risen”. This, therefore, “is the message of Christian life: Christ lives! Christ is risen! Christ is among us in the community, he accompanies us on the path”. Despite the effort we sometimes make to understand, “one of the dimensions of Christian life” is precisely this: the message. We clearly understand from the passage of Scripture wherein John affirmed: “That which we have seen with our eyes, which we have heard, which we have touched with our hands...”, as if to say: “the Risen Christ is a reality and I bear witness to this”.
The second key word proposed by the Pontiff is “intercession”, this time inspired by the Gospel of John (14:1-6). During the Last Supper on Holy Thursday, in fact, the Apostles were despondent, and Jesus said: “Let not your hearts be troubled; believe. In my Father’s house are many rooms. I will go and prepare a place for you”. Francis paused to reflect on this passage and asked: “What does this mean? How does Jesus prepare a place?”. The response: “With his prayer for each of us: Jesus prays for us and this is the intercession”. It is important to know that “Jesus works at this moment with his prayer for us”. The Pope explained: just as before the Passion, Jesus said: “Peter I have prayed for you”, likewise, “now Jesus is the intercessor between us and the Father”.
At this point, though, we must ask ourselves: “How does Jesus pray?”. Francis offered a “personal” response, an answer all his own, and “not a dogma of the Church”, he specified. “I believe that Jesus shows his wounds to the Father, because the wounds went with him after the resurrection. He shows the wounds to the Father and names each of us”. According to the Pontiff, we can imagine Jesus’ prayer in this way. A Christian is enlivened by this awareness: “at this moment Jesus intercedes for us”.
Last, the third dimension: that of hope. Again this word was sparked by the Gospel of the day. Jesus says: “I will go and prepare a place for you”. He then adds: “when I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also”. This is a Christian’s hope. Jesus tells us: “I will come!”. The Pope then explained: “Christians are women and men of hope” precisely because “they hope for the Lord to come again”. In this regard, the Pontiff added, it is beautiful to notice “how the Bible begins and ends”. At the beginning it reads: “In the beginning”, in other words, “when things began”. And Revelation ends “with the prayer: ‘Come, Lord Jesus’”. Indeed, all the Church “awaits the coming of Jesus: Jesus will come again”. This, the Pontiff said, “is Christian hope”.
Thus, the Pope concluded, summarizing his meditation, we can ask ourselves: “How is the message in my life? How is my relationship with Jesus who intercedes for me? How is my hope? Do I truly believe that the Lord is risen? Do I believe that he prays to the Father for me?”. Moreover, “Do I truly believe that the Lord will come again?”. In other words: “Do I believe in the message? Do I believe in the intercession? Am I a man or woman of hope?”.



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Saturday, 16 April 2016

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To Pergamum Revelation Chapter 2 :12-17
To Thyatira Revelation Chapter 2:18-21
The Three Angels
 Revelation Chapter 14:6-20
Lessons from the Past 2 Peter Chapter 2:4-10
Doers of the Word James Chapter 1:19-27

Love for One Another 1 John Chapter 1:11-18

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"Kaya nga, pagsisihan ninyo't talikdan ang nyong mga kasalanan! Kung hindi'y paririyan ako sa lalong madaling panahon at pupuksain ko ang mga taong iyon sa pamamagitan ng tabak na lumalabas sa aking bibig."
Revelations 2:16
 

Holy See: Christians "easiest target" of anti-religious bigotry



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Holy See: Christians "easiest target" of anti-religious bigotry

(Vatican Radio) Monsignor Janusz S. Urbańczyk, Permanent Representative of the Holy See to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), on Thursday said “a weakening of the freedom of religion” has led to the “discrimination and intolerance against Christians within the OSCE region.”
He was speaking during a meeting on “Policies and Strategies to Further Promote Tolerance and Non-Discrimination” taking place in the 57-nation security organization’s Vienna headquarters.

CBCP issues prayer for rain vs El Niño



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CBCP issues prayer for rain vs El Niño

MANILA, April 13, 2016— The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines has come out with a special prayer for rain as the country continue to experience a long dry spell due to the El Niño.
The “Oratio Imperata” for rain was released by the CBCP Secretariat on Wednesday for consideration of the dioceses for only bishops can mandate such in their respective pastoral jurisdictions.
“The suggestion is due to the prolonged drought caused by the El Niño phenomenon that has ravaged many parts of our country, particularly Mindanao,” said Fr. Marvin Mejia, CBCP Secretary General.
The Catholic Church defines Oratio Imperata as an “ordered prayer” for a special intention.

Sunday, 10 April 2016

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God’s Love and Christian Life 1 John Chapter 4:7-21
Advice to the Community 1 Peter Chapter 5:1-11
The way of Love 1 Corinthians Chapter 13:1-13
Chosen to be Saved 2 Thessalonians Chapter 2:13-17
Faith of the Ancients Hebrews Chapter 11:29-39
God’s Indomitable Love in Christ Romans Chapter 8:28-39
Judging Others Luke Chapter 6:27-42
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'Mga minamahal, mag-ibigan tayo, sapagkat mula sa Diyos ang pag-ibig.  Ang bawat umiibig ay anak ng Diyos, at kumikilala sa Diyos.  Inihayag ng Diyos ang kanyang pag-ibig sa atin ng suguin niya ang kanyan bugtong na anak, upang magkaroon tayo ng buhay sa pamamagitan niya." 1John 4:7-9


Papal Foundation gives $10 million to Pope Francis' charities



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Papal Foundation gives $10 million to Pope Francis' charities

(Vatican Radio) The Papal Foundation announced to Pope Francis today it will give $10 million US to support his charitable work around the world.

 Members of the Foundation enjoyed an audience with the Holy Father in the course of their pilgrimage to Rome which also coincides with the Jubilee Year of Mercy.

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“We are called by Christ to share this mercy,” said Pope Francis, “with those who are spiritually and materially in need through the spiritual and corporal works of mercy.” We do this with a spirit of generosity and tenderness that reflects God’s immeasurable goodness, he added.


Farmers still languishing in Kidapawan jail



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Farmers still languishing in Kidapawan jail

Manila, April 9, 2016 – Some 43 farmers are still languishing in Kidapawan City jail as they await indictment for a number of law infringements a week after police dispersed on April 1 farmers’ and indigenous people’s barricade along the national road.

According to some reports, as many as 70 farmers are facing charges.


Saturday, 2 April 2016

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The Rich Official Luke Chapter 18:18-30
The Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus Luke Chapter 16:19-31
Zacchaeus the Tax Collector Luke Chapter 19:1-10
Right Use of Wealth1 Timothy Chapter 6:11-21
Vigilant and Faithful Servants Luke Chapter 12:35-48
The Parable of the Persistent Widow Luke Chapter 18:1-8
God’s Indescribable Gift 2 Corinthians Chapter 9:1-15

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HELP EACH OTHER AND LIVE GOOD
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"Napakahirap mapabilang ang mayayaman sa mga pinaghaharian ng Diyos! Madali pang makaraan ang kamelyo sa butas ng karayom kaysa pasakop sa paghahari ng Diyos ang isang mayaman" Luke 18:25


At the General Audience the Pope recalls that God’s forgiveness blots out sin at the root - The ocean and the snow



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Pope Francis: Mercy and love have conquered sin at Easter

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At the General Audience the Pope recalls that God’s forgiveness blots out sin at the root - The ocean and the snow

God in his goodness “does not hide the sin but destroys and blots it out”. Indeed, “he blots it out from the very root, not as they do at the dry cleaners’ when we take a suit and they remove a stain“. No! God blots out our sin from the very root, completely! ”. With this evocative imagery Pope Francis spoke of divine mercy in the catechesis — the last in a series dedicated to the Jubilee theme in light of the Old Testament — during the General Audience on Wednesday, 30 March. With the faithful present in St Peter’s Square, the Pope elaborated on Psalm 51[50], the ‘Miserere’. The following is a translation of the Holy Father’s address, which he gave in Italian.

Church group hits bloody dispersal of farmers’ protest in Kidapawan City



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Church group hits bloody dispersal of farmers’ protest in Kidapawan City

MANILA, April 1, 2016 —The Promotion of Church People’s Response (PCPR) condemned the brutal dispersal of protesting farmers in Kidanawan City, resulting in one death and the injury of 30 others.
Based on news reports, law enforcers sprayed bullets on protesting farmers, who are demanding assistance from the government as their fields and crops were heavily damaged by drought.
 

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