Kape’t Pandasal

Kape’t Pandasal

Treat yourself to another helping of today’s early morning reflection from JesCom.
Catch Kape’t Pandasal on ABS-CBN, Mondays to Fridays, 4:00 a.m.

Lord, Teach Us To Pray (17th Sunday In Ordinary Time)

Despite all the difficulties and frustrations we have had with prayer, we ask for the grace to know and love our Lord intimately, to have the confidence in his great love for us that desires every good thing for us, that we may have the spiritual freedom to place our lives wholly at his disposal.

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From the Archives: ADZU's Brebeuf Gym

On 13 January 1950, His Excellency, Bishop Luis del Rosario, S.J. solemnly blessed the newly completed Ateneo Gym-Auditorium before a crowd of close to three thousand.

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'Ignacio de Loyola' premieres on July 27 nationwide

Produced by Jesuit Communications Philippines (JesCom), IGNACIO DE LOYOLA was shot on location over two months in Spain. Directed and written by Paolo Dy. Regular showing starts on July 27 in select cinemas nationwide.

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One Hundred Bows (Praying with the Peace Workers of Jeju Island)

“What use have we ever had for voices crying out in the wilderness?”, I will say in return. Little, if any, perhaps. But it is they who have taught me to name and reverence where the Sacred is present, to grieve and mourn when it is necessary to do so, and to dream of better ways of moving forward for us all.

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Changing Power Dynamics

In the end, whatever happens with the May 2016 elections, SLB will continue to struggle with the people in its fight for a real Government of the People, by the People and for the People. Then and only then can Power fully and truly be called the People’s.

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A Tale of Two Standards

The spirit of Jesuit education is based on what St. Ignatius of Loyola wrote in the Spiritual Exercises. He described two groups or camps in the world, under their respective standards or flags. Where do we find ourselves?

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Philippine Jesuit Aid Association

Philippine Jesuit Aid Association

  1. E-Mass Card, A Gift of Prayer

    The Holy Mass is the greatest possible prayer of intercession insofar as it is the perfect offering of Christ to the Father. It makes present Jesus’ gift of his life, death, and resurrection. Thus, no better prayer can be offered for someone than the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Read More

  2. GIVING TO THE PHILIPPINE JESUITS

    Aside from your prayers, you can support the works of the Philippine Province Jesuits financially. This can be done in a variety of ways – whether you prefer an outright gift or a planned gift, there are a number of flexible options for your specific financial goals and circumstances. Read More

  3. PHILIPPINE JESUIT FOUNDATION

    The Philippine Jesuit Foundation is a non-stock, non-profit organization established under the laws of the United States of American and Sec 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, dedicated to the support of Jesuits and Jesuit works in the Philippines through relatives and friends of Philippine Jesuits in the United States. Read More

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