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FR. SHAUN O’DONNELL was born in Derry City, Ireland on August 2, 1937 and died in Dalgan on December 2, 2011. He joined Dalgan seminary in Ireland in 1956 and was ordained priest on December 21, 1962.

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THANK YOU, Fr. DON KILL

THANK YOU, Fr. DON KILL

by Anonymous — Nov 29, 2019 06:04 AM

Almost brushing with the edge of his mortality enlightened him that in the great scheme of things, he was powerless without God’s grace and that his abilities do not measure up to what needs to be done in mission. This awareness only fuelled him to bridge the gap between what he should do as a missionary and what the people needed. "Balay San Columbano" was initially established to provide shelter for the youth in need that Father Don encountered through his Mission Awareness work in Ozamiz City.

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Angel

Angel

by Anonymous — Nov 22, 2019 02:39 AM

The passing of a stranger who became my family, brought me grief but I found peace in the belief that Analie is an angel now. She taught me how to be patient, to be courageous and to be ready when God calls me to rest in His arms. I pray that she finds eternal rest in God.

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WHAT'S IN A TATTOO?

WHAT'S IN A TATTOO?

by Anonymous — Nov 20, 2019 01:00 AM

Liliani put her father’s name on her wrist to honor him and to let him know that he may be gone, but he will never be forgotten. The tattoo is a remembrance of the unbreakable bond of love between a daughter and a father. On the other hand, the tattooed name of Liliani’s friend on the latter’s wrist is a piece of art and a symbol of their friendship. That’s what’s in a tattoo.

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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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