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Bro. Carmelo Cortez and White Rose Petals

January 22, 2016

A comrade lay minister claims to have seen how the rose petals were plucked inside the sacristy from ordinary white roses, then placed into a metal bowl which Bro. Carmelo carried with him the entire healing session. Objectively speaking, Bro. Carmelo couldn’t have had ample time to maliciously put images on hundreds of petals one by one, on his own, without anyone seeing it.

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Lector Duties | Random Thoughts

New Year 2014

December 29, 2015
New Year 2014

Title is right. This was written 2 years ago after New Year  so I thought why not publish it? We are gearing towards 2016 which is actually on Friday. I’m feeling sentimental once again. I know the name of the parish priest now. I actually had the privilege to work/serve with him through the parish’s […]

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Christ the King: Welcome to His Reign

December 7, 2015

  For years, I wondered who I am talking to. The Adoration Chapel heard all the deepest, most sincere, most significant prayers I said in life. And all those answered prayers were uttered without me knowing what’s on the other side of the glass. I can remember being doubtful if there’s really something there. Should […]

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Ang Basileia Agosto-Setyembre 2015

November 13, 2015

MGA LECCOM NG PAROKYA DUMALO SA PANGKALAHATANG KAPULUNGAN 2015 Ginanap ang Taunang Pangkalahatang Kapulungan ng mga Lector at Commentator (LecCom) ng Diyosesis ng Malolos noong ika-22 ng Agosto, 2015 sa Immaculate Concepcion Major Seminary, Brgy. Tabe, Guiguinto, Bulacan. Ang kapulungan ay dinaluhan ng mga LecCom sa loob ng labindalawang parokya ng bikarya ng Malolos. Naging […]

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On Favoritism: Which Doesn’t Even Have to Happen

September 14, 2015

I’ve said before in an IG post that life did not necessarily get easier when I started to know God more through the ministry. That was pulled from the challenges our family faced recently. While going through the lowest point of that ordeal I understood one point. From then on, I learned not to prefer […]

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