Category Archives: Change

Spring Is Here

      Spring always speak to me of hope and a new creation. An assurance that after the gloom of winter, the earth comes back alive with an explosion of colors and fresh life. For no matter how dark … Continue reading

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In Due Time

The splendor that was Egypt and Persia – buried. The glory that was Rome and Greece – gone. The magnificence that was the Aztecs and the Incas – in ruins. Yet the world, our world, endures. With even more lavish … Continue reading

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Imagining A Better World. Again.

Man, for all the goodness in him, can fall prey to perversions of tragic proportions. Thus, we see lawmakers and government officials who in their hubris think they are above the law. There are some priests and religious who in … Continue reading

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To Everything There Is a Season

Invariably, at the end of a successful mission, Col. Hannibal Smith would say to his A-Team “I love it when a plan comes together.” In today’s Gospel, one gets the feeling of a plan coming together, of things converging towards … Continue reading

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Life For The Taking

It is all so easy to fall into set ways and be comfortable with the routine and then complain about how boring life can be. Change is a challenge to move ahead and become better. Water that is not stirred … Continue reading

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A New Year’s Eve Spirit Moment

Originally posted on Spirit Moments:
Another year is about to end and a new one will be upon us in a few more hours. We celebrate the event with a lot of noise and fanfare, marking yet another transition for…

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A Miracle

Today I witnessed a miracle. A good friend, Lambert, was ordained a deacon. And God willing, he will be ordained a priest in June next year. Nothing really miraculous there. Lambert was my contemporary in San Carlos Seminary. He was, … Continue reading

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