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Living Communion

To help readers of World Mission live this year dedicated to Ecumenism, Interreligious Dialogue and Indigenous Peoples, Tita Puangco, writer and lecturer, shares in this section insights on the spirituality of communion.

Ready to Die for One Another?

Our love for God and neighbor can’t just be personal. It can only reach its fullness when it becomes mutual, or reciprocal. Jesus’ new commandment impels us to love one another without putting limits.

Love of Neighbor

Our communion with God is not only through prayer or through His Word. We are in communion with God when we put our love of neighbor into practice.

The Word of Life

The Word of God is not only something to be pondered over and reflected upon, but it is also a way of living our everyday lives.

Living the Will of God

How do we know God’s will and how do we put it into practice? It is manifested in daily events, even unexpected ones, which require a sense of faith that sees everything we do as acts of love.

God Is Love

Drawn to the Blessed Sacrament in her young age, the author experienced God’s immense, personal and unconditional love. This awareness calls for a response in return to love God and neighbor. In practical terms this means to be the first one to love every person.

Church as Home of Communion

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.

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