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Saturday, 31 December 2016

SUNDAY BIBLE VERSES PROMOTIONS - Updates JANUARY 01, 2017



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Joy and Peace Philippians  Chapter 4:4-23
The Question About the Resurrection Luke Chapter 20:27-40
The Answer to Prayers Matthew Chapter 7:7-11
Faith, Hope, and Love Romans Chapter 5:1-11
Justification by Faith Galatians  Chapter 3:10-14
Recalling the Past
Hebrews Chapter 10:19-39 



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"MAGALAK KAYO SA PANGINOON"
"FAITH AND HOPE"

"Magalak kayong lagi sa Panginoon.  Inuulit ko: magalak kayo.  Ipadama ninyo sa lahat ang inyong kagandahang loob.  Malapit nang dumating ang Panginoon.  Huwag kayong mabalisa tungkol sa anumang bagay.  Sa halip ay hingin ninyo sa Diyos ang inyong kailangan sa pamamagitan ng panalanging may pasasalamat.  At di-malirip na kapayapaan ng Diyos ang magiingat sa inyong puso at pag-iisip sa pamamagitan ni Cristo Jesus." Philippians 4:4-7


Politics of nonviolence



From the Website of CBCP
links:
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Politics of nonviolence

“VIOLENCE is not the cure for our broken world.”  Thus speak Pope Francis in message of the 50th World Day of Peace that will be observed on January 1, 2017, but already released this Monday on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Titled “Nonviolence: a Style of Politics for Peace,” this may be the first extensive treatment on nonviolence by a pope, although St. John Paul II tackles this issue in three paragraphs in Centesimus Annus and stressed in passing the fact that momentous change in the lives of people, nations and states had come about “by means of peaceful protest, using only the weapons of truth and justice… by the non-violent commitment of people who, while always refusing to yield to the force of power, succeeded time after time in finding effective ways of bearing witness to the truth.”


Pope Francis: Like Abram, Christians must "hope against hope"



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links:  http://www.news.va/en/news/pope-francis-like-abram-christians-must-hope-again

Pope Francis: Like Abram, Christians must "hope against hope"

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis returned to the theme of “Christian Hope” in the catechesis during the weekly General Audience. On Wednesday, he focused his attention on the figure of Abram, who became Abraham, our “father in faith and in hope.”

Listen to Christopher Wells' report: 

Saint Paul himself pointed to Abram “to indicate the way of faith and of hope.” Abram’s confidence in God’s promise to give him a son was truly a hope “against every hope”, precisely because of his advanced age, and the sterility of Sara, his wife. But Abram believed, and his faith gave way to a new hope, a hope which, to all appearances was unreasonable. His hope “opens new horizons, making him capable of dreaming what is unimaginable.” Hope, the Holy Father said, allows us “to enter into the darkness of an uncertain future to journey in the light.”

It is a difficult journey, though, he continued. Even Abram had moments of crisis and discouragement. In the Gospel passage, the scene where Abram questions God takes place at night – but, the Pope said, in the heart of Abram there is the darkness of disappointment, of discouragement. Even though he spoke familiarly with God, Abram in these moments felt alone, old and tired, with death on his doorstep.


Saturday, 24 December 2016

SUNDAY BIBLE VERSES PROMOTIONS - Updates DECEMBER 25, 2016



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Announcement of the Birth of Jesus Luke Chapter 1:26-38
The Birth of Jesus Luke Chapter 2:1-14
Love of Enemies Luke Chapter 6:27-36
The Parable of the Good Samaritan Luke Chapter 10:29-37
The Light of the World John Chapter 8:12-20
Chosen to be saved
2 Thessalonians Chapter 2:13-27



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"UNITE IN LIFE AND LOVE"
"SAVE LIFE AND SOULS"
IPAGDIWANG NG PANANAMPALATAYA
ANG PASKO

"Kayat sinabi sa kanya ng anghel, huwag kang matakot, Maria, sapagkat kinalulugdan ka ng Diyos.  Makinig ka! Ikaw ay maglilihi at manganganak ng isang lalaki, at siya'y pangangalanlan mong Jeus.  Siya'y magiging dakila at tatawaging anak ng kataas-taasan. Ibibigay sa kanya ng Panginoong Diyos ang trono ng kanyang amang si David. Luke 1:30-32


Cardinal Tagle: Why is there no room for hope for those astray?



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Cardinal Tagle: Why is there no room for hope for those astray?


MANILA, Dec. 24, 2016— Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila urged the faithful to open their hearts to the less fortunate, and even to those “who have gone astray”. 
 
The cardinal used his Christmas message to lament the growing culture of “hatred and revenge” among Filipinos instead of offering ample room for compassion and forgiveness.

“Why is there no room for hope for those who have gone astray but much space for condemnation by the self-righteous?” Tagle said.


Pope: 'open your hearts to the good news of Christmas'



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Pope: 'open your hearts to the good news of Christmas'

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Wednesday urged the faithful to open their hearts to the Good News of the Saviour’s birth.

The Pope was addressing the pilgrims gathered in the Vatican Paul VI Hall for the weekly General Audience.

His catechesis on Christian hope focused on these last days of Advent and on how we prepare to receive the message embodied in the nativity.

Reflecting on the fact that a catechesis focusing on Christian hope is more than appropriate during the time of Advent, Pope Francis recalled the words of the prophet Isaiah, “the Lord himself will give you a sign: the young woman, pregnant and about to bear a son, shall name him Emmanuel” and also “a shoot shall sprout from the stump of Jesse, and from his roots a bud shall blossom.”

Saturday, 17 December 2016

SUNDAY BIBLE VERSES PROMOTIONS - Updates DECEMBER 18, 2016


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Recalling the Past Hebrews Chapter 10:19-39
Obedience in Authority Romans Chapter 13:1-7
Rules for Presbyters 1 Timothy Chapter 5:17-25
Love Fulfills the Law Romans Chapter 13:8-10
Transformation of Life Titus Chapter 2:11-15
Judging Others Luke Chapter 6:37-42
The Healing of the Blind Beggar Luke
Chapter 18:35-43



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"GUIDANCE OF LIGHTS"
"GOD AND GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE"

"Ako ang maghihiganti; ako ang magpaparusa."
Hebrews 10:30

Death penalty ‘lazy’ approach— Archbishop Soc



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Death penalty ‘lazy’ approach— Archbishop Soc

MANILA, Dec. 12, 2016— There is definitely a case for overhauling the criminal justice system instead of reimposing capital punishment, which, said a Catholic archbishop, is a “lazy” solution.
“Cleanse the police ranks! Fix all the courts! Tighten (the security) at the Bilibid and other prisons. Death penalty is a lazy form of penalty instead of helping reform those who made mistakes,” said Archbishop Socrates Villegas of Lingayen-Dagupan at a prayer rally in San Carlos City.

The prelate said the death penalty is unworkable while an efficient justice system is capable of controlling crime.



Pope Francis releases message for 2017 World Day of Sick



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links:  http://www.news.va/en/news/pope-francis-releases-message-for-2017-world-day-o



Pope Francis releases message for 2017 World Day of Sick

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis has released his message for the 25th World Day of the Sick to take place on 11 February 2017, the commemoration of Our Lady of Lourdes.

The Day of the Sick was instituted by Pope St. John Paul II in 1992, who called it “a special time of prayer and sharing, of offering one’s suffering”.

Listen to Devin Watkins’ report:


Pope Francis entitled his message for the 2017 celebration of the World Day of the Sick “Amazement at what God has accomplished: ‘The Almighty has done great things for me…’ (Lk 1:49)”.

He said the commemoration “gives the Church renewed spiritual energy for carrying out ever more fully that fundamental part of her mission which includes serving the poor, the infirm, the suffering, the outcast, and the marginalized.”


 

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