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Preparing for our online Holy Week retreat

Preparing for our online Holy Week retreat

How would you describe the present season of your life? Take this survey to prepare for our online Holy Week retreat.

Whether you know it or not,
this Lent finds you in a particular season in your life.

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GOD IN A SEASON OF DISQUIET:

GOD IN A SEASON OF DISQUIET:

silence | absence | subversive presence

An Online Holy Week Retreat
with Fr. J

http://pinsoflight.net/

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Electors for GC 36

The Philippine Province Congregation has elected Frs. Karel S. San Juan and Bienvenido F. Nebres as Electors to the forthcoming 36th General Congregation.

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Thank you, Tito Jim

Tito Jim you are special to our family and in the hearts of each one here in this Gesu Church today. You celebrated our births, baptisms, graduations and weddings. You held our hands during our darkest moments when we were very sick, heartbroken, or lost. We cried our hearts out to you, telling you stories too sordid to tell our own parents. You did not say much, but you held our hands, because you are an expert hand holder.

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+ Jaime C. Bulatao, SJ (1922-2015)

+ Jaime C. Bulatao, SJ (1922-2015)

Fr. Jaime C. Bulatao, SJ died on 10 of February, 2015. Fr. Mon, 92, entered the Society in 1939 and was ordained a priest in 1952. Requiescat in Pace. The wake, beginning 11 February, will be in the College Chapel of Ateneo de Manila University Campus, Loyola Heights, Q.C. Daily wake Masses will be at […]

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In God’s loving embrace

From our Jesuit Constitutions. “As in the whole of life, so also much more in death, every one of the Society must make it his effort and care that God our Lord be glorified and served in him, and that those around be edified at least by the example of his patience and fortitude, joined to a lively faith and hope and love of the eternal blessings, which Christ our Lord has merited and acquired for us by the incomparable labours of His temporal life and death.”

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A “daughter’s” tribute to Fr. Bu

A “daughter’s” tribute to Fr. Bu

Much has been said and will be said of Fr. Bu as the great mentor to generations of psychologists. Fr. Bu is all that and more. He is more than all that has been attributed to him because Fr. Bu has embedded himself in countless lives through the generosity of his heart and soul. If we try to figure out what drives one man to do all that he has done in his lifetime and be all that he has been to to many of us in our lifetimes, we would certainly come to the conclusion that he must have drawn all that energy and inspiration from an Unlimited Source that can only be from a great God. Indeed, Fr. Bu was truly and foremost, a man of God.

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Dominicans and Jesuits: Friends in the Lord

Dominicans and Jesuits: Friends in the Lord

If one were to have an anthology of Catholic jokes, a good part of the selection would be about Jesuits and Dominicans, the butt of the joke depending on the sympathies of the narrator. The two orders have many things in common: unswerving love for the Lord and His Mother, the use of study and learning to better defend the Church, and a strong sense of communal identity that unites their members. Yet their approaches, deriving from the spirit and times of their founders, sometimes set them on opposite courses on many issues, such as the problem of grace and the Chinese Rites. In the Philippines, however, young Jesuits and Dominicans have found ways to encounter each other as friends and co-workers in the vineyard.

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Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams

“One memory I will never forget about Fr. Mara happened when I was still a staff nurse. One of our geriatricians prohibited alcohol intake due to interaction with one of his medications that could cause discomfort and even life threatening complications. When I came on duty, I saw this letter written by Fr. Mara addressed to the doctors. Fr. Mara used several bible verses about wine just to convince the doctors to allow him to continue drinking his wine.”

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Eternal Rest for Fr. Mara

Eternal Rest for Fr. Mara

Early in the afternoon of January 29, 2015, in the Jesus Lucas Infirmary at Loyola House of Studies, Fr. Vicente P. Marasigan, SJ, died of cardiac arrest. Fr. Mara, 96, was hospitalized with pneumonia at the end of December 2014. Since then he had been bed-ridden. Daily wake masses at 8:00PM are offered at the […]

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