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Bishop Gerardo Alminaza
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Alminaza: God's mercy and ours
LAST Sunday, we observed the Feast of Divine Mercy. We are encouraged to appreciate the nature of and seek God's loving mercy through meditation and prayer, as we ask the Lord to put an end to the Covid-19 pandemic, which ...
From 232 days ago
Alminaza: Poor but gifted, flawed but loved
THERE were two things that we celebrated last Sunday: the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the official opening of the 500th-anniversary celebration of the arrival of Christianity here in the Philippines with the opening of the Jubilee Door ...
From 239 days ago
Alminaza: Earth Hour 2021: Switch coal off, for good
THIS weekend, millions around the world once again participated in the annual Earth Hour, in which we were invited to switch our lights and appliances off for an hour. As much of the energy used by humanity is still sourced ...
From 246 days ago
Alminaza: Our next 500 years
TWO Sundays ago, our Holy Father Pope Francis celebrated a mass in anticipation of the 5th centenary celebration of the Christian faith in the Philippines, which will be officially inaugurated on Easter Sunday, April 4. During his homily, the Santo ...
From 251 days ago
Alminaza: Against red-tagging Green groups
LAST January 15, bishops of Western Visayas issued a Pastoral Letter condemning the Tumanduk killings, where a joint operation of the Philippine Army and the Philippine National Police to serve 28 search warrants resulted in the death of nine people ...
From 315 days ago
Alminaza: Caring for each other, carrying each other
FOR many of us, 2020 was a year we spent away from home.By home, we do not mean just our houses. Home is a place where we feel cared for and loved, and where we are free to express our ...
From 330 days ago
Alminaza: Is Christmas cancelled?
IT IS not hard to imagine how difficult it must be for many of us to celebrate Christmas, given the circumstances in which we find ourselves. The Covid-19 pandemic has claimed and is continuing to claim the lives of so ...
From 342 days ago
Alminaza: Banking on our future
OUR beloved Negros Occidental is a province which we always take pride as the Renewable Energy Capital of the Philippines. Several cities within it are also being recognized for various sustainability efforts--just last week, for example, San Carlos City and ...
From 344 days ago
Alminaza: Mother Mary’s example of courage and obedience
THIS Tuesday (December 8, 2020), we will be celebrating the Solemnity of the Immaculate Concepcion, remembering how the Blessed Virgin Mary was, “from the first moment of her conception, by a singular grace and privilege of Almighty God and by ...
From 358 days ago
Sickness, storms: Who is in control?
LAST Sunday, we celebrated the Solemnity of Christ the King. During these times, we are called to remember God’s power and dominion over the world and all of His creation. However, it is not difficult to imagine how in times ...
From 372 days ago