Words are powerful. They can help us keep going or ruin it all to ashes. So here are some quotes for the broken heart that might help you (because they helped me) go through the tough times. There isn’t much help you can find on the web, sad to say. You’ll find tons of “hugot” […]
Words are powerful. They can help us keep going or ruin it all to ashes. So here are some quotes that might help you (because they helped me) go through the tough times. There isn’t much help you can find on the web, sad to say. You’ll find tons of “hugot” and memes from millennials […]
This painting remains as one of the most moving paintings I have seen. I appeal to your kind hearts to contemplate on this for yourself and after that, please visit http://hapagasafeeding.com/donate. Hapag-asa is a sustainable feeding program of the Catholic church. It has an efficient program structure to make sure that objectives are met when it comes […]
We must forgive. We must forget the pain, the hurt, and anger for our enemies’ and our own’s sake.But you know what Christians also have to do? They have to show love by correcting the sins of their neighbors. They should call out wrong doings and never tolerate it by regarding their deeds as heroic.
Faith may be some people’s either last or only resort. But it’s the only thing that offers real healing…it can teach ways on how to face our battles, on how to carry our cross each day similar to as how Jesus would do given the same circumstance.
So why does an institution as old as 2,000 years decided to step into this digital realm? An obvious answer could be because a large member of the Church’s flock is in social media. Case in point, there are now more people on Facebook than there are Catholics! The need to evangelize this new “digital continent” is now being presented as both a major task and an opportunity to spread the Good New
Write down the readings from your second-to-the-last serve.
Do not think God abandons you during tough times. It’s in those moments that He is more at work and in touch with you.
It’s a small gesture of self-sacrifice, a tiny imitation of how Jesus showed us that He loves us. “Thou shall not kill” has taken on additional meaning.
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.