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Parents’ Impact on Their Children

Parenting entails joys and challenges. A common concern for Christian parents who have to work on those two-fold factors — how to bring up their children religiously (instilling the gift of faith) and…

Passing On the Faith to the Young

The Catechism for Filipino Catholics (CFC) describes the Filipino faith as family-oriented. It is in the family that Filipinos draw their identity, strength, security and even their future. The young…

Why You Should Read Every Day

If you’re one of countless people who don’t make a habit of reading regularly, you might be missing out. Reading has a significant number of benefits, and here are ten of them to get you to start…

Reading Habits of Filipinos

It is encouraging to see crowds drawn to book fairs but it is hard to categorically say that Filipinos read. To develop reading habits entails free access to books, a positive attitude to reading…

Reading as Therapy

In our life, imagination has a great place. The therapeutic value of fantasy is invaluable. In this article, the experience of a reader addicted to fiction becomes a parable of discovery, purification…

Save Asia with Asians

Filipino Comboni missionary from Tarlac, Fr. Moi spent the first 13 years of his missionary life in a Chinese-speaking mission. He shares the challenges he encountered and the learning experiences…

Churches Do Grow

From being a tiny minority, the Church in the Northeast region of India has grown exponentially since the beginning of last century. Today, it comprises about two million Catholics with 15 dioceses.…

Pope Francis’ “Fiesta of Mission”

This year’s extraordinary missionary month in October commemorates the 100th anniversary of Pope Benedict XV’s Apostolic Letter Maximum Illud which gave new impetus to missionary work. Pope Francis…

Martyr of the Amazon

Returning from a mission of peace, Father Ezequiel Ramin, a 32-year-old Comboni missionary was gunned down in Rondonia, Brazil, in 1985, by armed guards hired by a landowner. The evidences of his…

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