Cardinal Tagle will be in charge of the missionary dicastery responsible for evangelization and episcopal nominations in mission lands where Catholicism is growing.
Word of God: Guides Our Lives
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Pope Francis has established the third Sunday in Ordinary Time as the “Sunday of the Word of God” to urge Catholics to deepen their relationship with the Bible. A biblical scholar suggests a way of reading it that reflects its excitement and prophetic power.
The Bible is a serious book, but that doesn’t mean you have to avoid laughing while reading it. A Scripture scholar finds much in the Old and New Testaments to make her laugh.
The Bible is a collection of writings inspired by God that carries His Word and authority. The divinely-inspired books reflect the journey of faith of a community that is called to transform the reality into a place where human persons can freely grow.
Daybreaks and new years are both beginnings; like Jesus, we are invited to begin our days and new year talking to God, thanking Him and asking for His blessings.
As the world approaches a tipping point in the climate change crisis, many people finally appear to be waking up to the need for radical change.
Eleven thousand scientists in 153 countries have declared a climate emergency and warned that “untold human suffering” is unavoidable without huge shifts in the way we live.
Avegail Sison is a cabin crew member of Philippine Airlines, the country’s national flag carrier. She concedes that “God is a priority” in her life, and therefore, is able to reconcile a demanding work with family life and church service in a unique manner.
The Ten Commandments are words of wisdom and salvation offered by God to His people. Inspired by Pope Francis’s audiences on the Ten Commandments, Fr. John Taneburgo will be spelling out this year the “ten words” that make up the Decalogue.
Famous for its penchant for using the terminology of the Roman army, this movement is among the oldest. Today, its members total over ten million worldwide, making it the largest apostolic organization of lay people in the Catholic Church.
Vocation is the gift from God that we welcome (or refuse) at all times of our existence. It fulfils us as persons and generates life, because its fruits are always for the benefit of others.
For the year 2020 dedicated to Ecumenism, Interreligious Dialogue and Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines, lecturer and columnist Tita Puangco will contribute every month in this column insights on the spirituality of communion.
In the Philippines, Year 2020 is the Year of Ecumenism, Interreligious Dialogue and Indigenous Peoples. How can we be one with our fellowmen from other sects, religions and tribes? We are reminded to focus on what binds us, and to live in the love of God, in unity amidst diversity.
Strategies for Evangelization
October 2023 Issue
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