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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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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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WHEN DIALOGUE MEANS COMPANIONSHIP

WHEN DIALOGUE MEANS COMPANIONSHIP

by Anonymous — Nov 13, 2019 04:59 AM

Aisha, a two-year-old Muslim girl, arrived at the Catholic Clinic in Badin one Friday morning. She was admitted to the clinic for tuberculosis treatment. On another occasion, 71-year old Mansingh arrived at the clinic in scorching hot weather with his grandson.

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MY COMPANIONS IN MISSION

MY COMPANIONS IN MISSION

by Anonymous — Sep 27, 2019 01:17 AM

There were only four of us when we started our planting project but as we continued, we were able to convince more parishioners and even children to participate. I would like to thank Vaulina, Auntie Mili and Nene and the other Columban Companions in Mission for their continuous support, love and concern for a missionary like me, who is always struggling yet hoping and believing that God is the purpose, the beginning and the end of everything. To God be the glory!

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THE STRUGGLE IS THE PRAYER

THE STRUGGLE IS THE PRAYER

by Anonymous — Sep 17, 2019 08:01 AM

In reality, there are times when we feel that our prayer time didn’t go well. But that is not important. Often, the fruits of prayer come in our daily lives just when we are doing ordinary things. Many times, those fruits come weeks, months and even years later. In the case of Jesus, it came three days after his prayer in Gethsemane. What truly matters is that God sees our efforts in trying and appreciates our attempts. That is why the struggle is the prayer.

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