Interconnectedness of all of God’s Creation Interconnectedness of all of God’s Creation

During the second year of the COVID pandemic, I had the chance to know some of the families in the area when I immersed myself in the locality and appreciated the nature around me. The landscape is incredible with the seas on one end and the farms leading up to the mountain on the other.

Celebrating Valentine’s Day Celebrating Valentine’s Day

"Love comes in many forms, and a romantic relationship is not the only kind to celebrate on this day. In fact, I believe that my schoolmates and professors in Loyola School of Theology (LST), and brothers and formators in the Columban House of Studies are my perfect Valentine."

The Joy of Volunteering The Joy of Volunteering

Voicing my opinion and being listened to is important to me. At the end of my stay at the border, I am grateful for so many people, Columbans, religious, friends, and others who have been part of this wonderful journey.

Interconnecting the Dots Interconnecting the Dots

In retrospect, it’s a grace-filled moment to see dots from random moments and be capable of making connections. It’s like seeing in your mind how an unfinished tapestry would look like once finished. This is how I attempt to highlight the notable Columban imprints in my journey.

REMEMBERING Pilar Tilos By Liam O’Callaghan, SSC REMEMBERING Pilar Tilos By Liam O’Callaghan, SSC

As we remember her on the 27th anniversary of her death, may her life and ministry remind us that we are called to be messengers of peace, joy and healing. If we reach out to others, we can break down barriers and taboos and bring about harmony and understanding.

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