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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 01:03 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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Simple Things in an Extraordinary Way

Simple Things in an Extraordinary Way

by Anonymous — Oct 28, 2019 09:37 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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MY COMPANIONS IN MISSION

MY COMPANIONS IN MISSION

by Anonymous — Oct 10, 2019 07:22 AM

After 10 months of language studies and cultural exposure, I was finally sent on a mission assignment at Christ the King parish, Ba, in the western side of Fiji on August 4, 2018. The parish is located in the middle of the town, surrounded by the school, market, and other establishments.

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TRUE LOVE FROM A DISTANCE

TRUE LOVE FROM A DISTANCE

by Anonymous — Sep 05, 2019 07:25 AM

Through all the hardships, all they can do is cry, and then continue to thrive on. I admire these women for having courage and resilience, and for being brave enough to take risks. They sacrifice their lives for their family and their children, knowing that when they return home, things will be different. For my part, I can only share my presence, listen to their stories, put myself in their place and empathize with them. At the same time, I am praying for them that God will give them more courage to continue living.

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