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THE RAIN NEVER CAME

THE RAIN NEVER CAME

by Anonymous — Aug 13, 2019 09:56 AM

It has been a year since I’ve been to the village of Kanni in Mandalay division and still, not a drop of rain has fallen as evidenced in the dry canals and dry land. There is an urgent sense of desperation for the rain to come soon because many have prepared the land for planting peanuts and sesame, two important crops of the village.

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Humanity: The Commonality of Every Religion

Humanity: The Commonality of Every Religion

by Anonymous — Jul 09, 2019 05:28 AM

As I continued my journey in this side of the world, I came to realize that despite the diversity of religions there is always a prevailing human factor that is common: the capacity to love, care and pray for each other. This insight dawned on me during my stay in my parish.

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I Encountered Christ

I Encountered Christ

by Anonymous — Jun 26, 2019 11:31 AM

I was a pilgrim of the NYD for a reason. I believe that I have encountered Christ in the people that I met: from my delegation, to my foster family, to Team Dominic Savio and to all NYD pilgrims. The National Youth Day in Cebu is over, but the journey for young individuals like me, as servants of the Lord, has just started.

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The Accomplishment of a Vocation Promoter

The Accomplishment of a Vocation Promoter

by Anonymous — Jun 11, 2019 06:14 AM

It is a memorable feat, having another recruit ordained. No other feelings can describe it but happiness. I couldn’t hold my tears when Fr. Louie Ybañez started to give his blessing, especially to Bishop De La Peña and fellow priests during his ordination.

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The Forgotten Face of God

The Forgotten Face of God

by Anonymous — May 30, 2019 02:37 AM

God’s presence often appears when we least we expect it. We see God in the eager face of a child who is still capable of smiling amidst his suffering. We encounter God who comes to us as a piece of bread in the mystery of the Mass, which we often ignore. We sometimes forget how to recognize the face of God, how to feel his presence. Despite all this, we should always remember that God is with us all the time.

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