Can Saint Guido M. Conforti talk to Filipinos?

By Valentin Shukuru B., SX It recently came to my mind the experience I went through when I arrived here in the Philippines. I had just discovered how to go to my English school and how to come back home alone through public transportation.  Every time I took the train …

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CHURCH PEOPLE – WORKERS SOLIDARITY

CHURCH PEOPLE – WORKERS SOLIDARITY by Fr. Andre Semeni, sx Last March 2011, the National Clergy Discernment Group (NCDG) convened the Second National Clergy Discernment (NCD II) in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of PCP II.  After four days of fruitful discussions and interactions, the clergy participants expressed their desire …

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In quest of a smiling man!

By Aime MITENGEZO, sx “I am afraid of People who do not smile”. This is how one of our professors introduced himself to us, some two years ago. It is not a matter of confession, let me say, I am also afraid of people who do not smile, and I might …

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Jesus, the Liberator

Jesus, the Liberator Rejino Santoso, SX. In our Christology class we reflected a lot of Jesus’ question about his identity. As you know, Jesus asks his disciples whom he has called to be with him, “Who do people say that I am?” The disciples answer the question accordingly. Jesus then …

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