Isang karangalan ang may ginagawa; kaya isang marangal na tao ang mangagawa. Kaya pinagdiriwang natin ngayon si San Jose Mangagawa, upang ipakita na ayon sa kalooban ng Diyos ang paghahanap-buhay. Karpintero sina San Jose at ang Panginoong Hesus. Naalala niyo sa Bibliya nang bumalik si Jesus sa Nazaret at nagturo sa sinagoga, sabi ng mgaContinue reading “Mayo 1: Ano ang pagtingin ng Diyos sa hanap-buhay?”
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How Do You Find Working?
3 April 2011 4th Sunday of Lent1 Sam 16: 1-13; Psalm 23: 1-6; Eph 5:8-14; John 9:1-41Note: This is a scheduled post. Every article published in this blog has been written long before the 11th of March 2011, the beginning of my 30-day retreat. The rest will come out at the date and time IContinue reading “How Do You Find Working?”
When Is It Right to Pretend?
25 August 2010 Wednesday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time2 Thessalonians 3, 6-18; Psalm 128; Matthew 23, 27-32 When a “woe” is pronounced in Scripture, it expresses one’s sadness on the state of someone or a group of people. It is also a warning of the very bad consequences to follow. Thus, a “woe”Continue reading “When Is It Right to Pretend?”
Have You Ever Wished You Didn’t Have to Work?
17 March 2010: Wednesday in the 4th Week of LentIsaiah 49, 8-15; Psalm 145; John 5, 17-30 Working is not new to us. In fact, many of us complain about work and wish we are a people who don’t have to work. We envy those with resources; just by sitting pretty in their couches andContinue reading “Have You Ever Wished You Didn’t Have to Work?”
There is Work in Heaven
26 August 2009: Wednesday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time2 Thess 3, 6-10, 16-18; Psalm 139; Matthew 23, 27-32Indira Gandhi tells us about her grandfather. Her grandfather said that there are two kinds of people: those who do the work and those who take credit. He told her that she should try to beContinue reading “There is Work in Heaven”
1 May 2008 St. Joseph the WorkerActs 18, 1-8; John 16, 16-20The celebration of Labor Day is for many Catholics also the memorial of St. Joseph the Worker. It seems that Catholics are making a statement apart from the ‘socialist’ movement that gave rise to the civil observance of the day of the ordinary worker.Continue reading “Work”