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CBCP Pastoral Exhortation: Rejoice and be glad!

Posted by on Jul 17, 2018 in Articles, Basic Eucharistic Communities, Bible Infographics, Blog, Daily Homilies, Daily Reflections, Eucharistic Testimonies, Evangelization Program, Featured, Formation Program, Inspirations of Life, Life Direction, Recommeded Articles on the Eucharist, Social Apostolate, Stories of Faith | 0 comments

CBCP Pastoral Exhortation: Rejoice and be glad!

“Blessed are the peacemakers, they shall be called sons and daughters of God.” -Matthew 5:9   Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, do we not all aspire for the grace to be called “sons and daughters of God?” If we do so, then we must constantly strive to be peacemakers in these troubled times in our country. And that means to always strive to bring love where there is hatred, pardon where there is injury, faith where there is doubt, hope where there’s despair, light where there is darkness, and joy where there is sadness (from the prayer for peace attributed to St. Francis of Assisi). PEACE: OUR COMMON VOCATION AND MISSION Our enemies in this world are not fellow human beings, not “flesh and blood” (Eph 6:12). We do not fight our battles with guns and bullets. We do not seek protection from those who might wish to harm us by wearing bullet-proof vests, because the battles that we fight are spiritual. In these times of darkness, when there’s so much hatred and violence, when murder has become an almost daily occurrence, when people have gotten so used to exchanging insults and hurting words in the social media, we admonish the faithful to remain steadfast in our common vocation and mission to actively work for peace. But make no mistake about it; even the master said, “Not as the world gives peace do I give you peace.” (Jn 14:27). His peace is never the peace of compromise or capitulation to evil; it is also not about the absence of conflict and turmoil. Was he not rejected by his own townsfolk in Nazareth? (Lk 4:16-30) Was he not called crazy by his own relatives? (Mk 3:20-22). Was he not called a “prince of demons”? (Mk 3:22-30). Was he not called a drunkard and a lover of tax collectors and sinners? (Mt 11:19) Did he not show us how to deal with adversities when he slept in the boat, or walked on water even in the midst of a storm? (Mk 4:35-40; Mk 6:45-52) But like the apostles, we are often so easily overcome by fear and panic. Even when we’re already making baby steps on troubled waters like St. Peter, we find ourselves sinking because of our “little faith” (Mt14:31). There is nothing that can calm us down in these turbulent times except the quiet recognition of him who assured us of his abiding presence — “Be not afraid; it is I!” (Mt 14:27) THE COST OF WITNESSING TO CHRIST What is new about priests being murdered for witnessing to Christ? What is new about modern prophets being silenced by the treacherous bullets of assassins? What is new about servant leaders who are maligned because they have carried out their duties as shepherds configured to the person of their Chief Shepherd? Have you forgotten that “the blood of martyrs is the seed of Christians”? (Tertullian) It is what has kept the Church alive after two thousand years. Be not afraid! Did not our master say, “Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather be afraid of the one who can destroy both body and soul into Gehenna” (Mt 10:28)? We are no strangers to ridicule and persecution. What we are going through is no different from what the Psalmist describes in Psalm 64: “They sharpen their tongues like swords; they aim bitter words like arrows to shoot at the innocent from ambush, shooting suddenly and recklessly.” But what does the Lord tell his disciples when they are persecuted or humiliated for...

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LITES Ministry Team CDO Conducts Life In The Eucharist Seminar

Posted by on Jun 16, 2018 in Articles, Blog, Daily Reflections, Eucharistic Testimonies, Evangelization Program, Featured, Formation Program, Inspirations of Life, Life Direction, Ministries, Recommeded Articles on the Eucharist | 0 comments

LITES Ministry Team CDO Conducts Life In The Eucharist Seminar

Last June 15-16, 2018, the LITES Ministry Team – CDO conducted a two-day Life in the Eucharist Seminar (LITES) for the members of the Oasis of Love Community at the Formation Center of Santuario Eucaristico – Sacred Heart Parish.

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Parish Pastoral Assembly 2018

Posted by on Jun 12, 2018 in Articles, Blog, Evangelization Program, Featured, Formation Program, Ministries | 0 comments

Parish Pastoral Assembly 2018

The Santuario Eucharistco – Sacred Heart Parish held their Parish Pastoral Assembly last June 12, 2018 at Parish Center. It was participated by the different organizations, and leaders of the parish.

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Feast of the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus 2018 Celebrations

Posted by on Jun 8, 2018 in Articles, Basic Eucharistic Communities, Blog, Daily Homilies, Daily Reflections, Evangelization Program, Featured, Formation Program, Inspirations of Life, Life Direction, Recommeded Articles on the Eucharist, Stories of Faith | 0 comments

Feast of the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus 2018 Celebrations

The parishioners of Santuario Eucaristico celebrated the Feast of the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus in a manner of Concelebrated Mass and Lay Collaborators’ Night last June 8, 2018.

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Corpus Christi Celebration with 1st Procession of the 12 Stations of the Eucharist

Posted by on Jun 2, 2018 in Articles, Blog, Daily Homilies, Daily Reflections, Evangelization Program, Featured, Formation Program, Inspirations of Life, Life Direction, Recommeded Articles on the Eucharist, Stories of Faith | 0 comments

Corpus Christi Celebration with 1st Procession of the 12 Stations of the Eucharist

In celebration to the Parish Patronal Feast of the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, we had our Fiesta Mass and 1st Eucharistic Procession of the 12 Stations of the Eucharist around the parish last June 2, 2018.

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Flores de Mayo 2018 Culmination

Posted by on May 31, 2018 in Articles, Basic Eucharistic Communities, Blog, Daily Reflections, Dreams about God, Featured, Formation Program, Inspirations of Life, Life Direction, Ministries, Social Apostolate | 0 comments

Flores de Mayo 2018 Culmination

This year, after a month-long Flores de Mayo activity, the Feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary brings the successful Flores de Mayo Culmination of Santuario Eucaristico through a Eucharistic Celebration and Culmination Program last May 31, 2018.

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