Lector Duties

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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Dos Palmas and Puerto Princesa

November 20, 2015

  Having been cited and voted as one of the best islands-not only in the Philippines but in the whole world-, I think of Palawan as a place where I can just really relax on my chair, sip mango juice, and stare at the beach all day long. My idea of my first time in […]

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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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Vampire!

November 6, 2015
How to Deal with Vampires

My God! I feel like searching the web on “how to deal with backstabber and insecure people aside from ignoring them”. I feel like wanting to read Bo Sachez’ book, “How to Deal with Vampires”, once again. The only thing I picked up from the first time I read it is to “wear an invisible […]

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My Days in Hong Kong

November 2, 2015

Have you ever been to a place where minutes before you landed, you already plan on leaving? I have. And in a span of four days, things turned upside down as well. I started hating Hong Kong on my first day only to leave on the fourth day already planning my next return visit. Why […]

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Food Trips | Travel

Picky Eater in Hong Kong

When travelling, you get giddy with excitement and eating is less of a priority. This is how I, as a picky-eater, survived four days in a foreign land where rice is in scarcity. DAY 1 SOGO MALL – FRESH MART Mindlessly, we fasted for 22 hours. Our first eating stop in Hong Kong on our […]

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Macau To and Fro Hongkong

When every passenger had grabbed their life jackets that must be something serious, right? Hardly a religious, I had learned how to attend mass consistently just a year ago. For the record, this Hongkong and Macau trip is also the first time I had offered mass intentions for safe travel. One more thing: upon boarding […]

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Food Trips | Travel

Eating in Macau

Two things – egg tarts and meat jerky! That’s what I’ve been told. Never leave Macau without tasting these 2 delicacies. LORD STOW’S GARDEN CAFE (COLOANE) And so because we reached Macau Airport at 11:15AM, the first stop in my itinerary is lunch. I targeted to eat in the famed Lord Stow’s Garden Cafe in […]

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Fated To Love Macau

Korean dramas inspired this trip! The beginning of Fated to Love You’s plot is set in Venetian Macau while the ending of Goong, my all-time favorite Korean drama, was in St. Francis Xavier Chapel. Macau felt more like home  for me because 1.) from arrival to departure we encountered lots of Filipinos and 2.) this […]

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Boarding for Ithaca

October 12, 2015

I like traveling because it’s not just “travel” for me. It’s life itself. I delight in the discovery of new places, people, culture, sea, experiences, etc. Basically every line of Ithaca can be a caption of captured moments of my wandering. In life and in travel, this poem has made so much impact on me. […]

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