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This year we, Columbans, are celebrating 90 years of mission here in the Philippines.....

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FR. BERNARD E. TOAL was born on October 17, 1915 in Gloucester, New Jersey, USA. He studied in Silver Creek, Bristol and Omaha and was ordained on December 18, 1943 at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Buffalo, New York.

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WHAT'S IN A TATTOO?

WHAT'S IN A TATTOO?

by Anonymous — Nov 13, 2019 08:43 AM

Originally from the kingdom of Tonga, Liliani was assigned to the Philippines in 2015 where she studied a six-month-course on Cebuano language. Afterwards, Liliani was assigned to a chapel and to the Women’s Ministry of the Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro. Up until now, Liliani is still working in the Philippines. This is her story.

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TREASURED MEMORIES WITH COLUMBAN MISSIONARIES (TM WITH CM)

TREASURED MEMORIES WITH COLUMBAN MISSIONARIES (TM WITH CM)

by Anonymous — Nov 04, 2019 05:16 AM

Gloria is married to Leonardo Fallorina of Candelaria, Zambales. They have four children, all girls. She has been back from Japan (to the Philippines) since 2000. In her golden years, she is still actively engaged in church works in Valenzuela City, Bulacan.

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Simple Things in an Extraordinary Way

Simple Things in an Extraordinary Way

by Anonymous — Oct 28, 2019 09:34 AM

One of the many joys of being a Columban Lay Missionary is the joy of immersing into a new culture and learning so much from the people with whom I share my faith and experience.

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GOD BLESS THE COLUMBAN MISSIONARIES

GOD BLESS THE COLUMBAN MISSIONARIES

by Anonymous — Oct 24, 2019 12:31 AM

The Columban Missionaries were instrumental in the evangelization of Botolan. I was a freshman student in school year 1957-1958 when I first met them. Botolan High School, where I studied, was still a private non-sectarian school at that time, but the Columban fathers had already started their work, with the help of the Student Catholic Action, of which I was a member.

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Cebu: My Place of Firsts

Cebu: My Place of Firsts

by Anonymous — Oct 16, 2019 07:47 AM

With its long history, Cebu is undeniably the queen city of the South where the first seed of Christianity in the Philippines was planted. My first time in Cebu blessed me with new experiences when I became a delegate of the National Youth Day (NYD).

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