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A light that never sets

From the early days of the Church, the story of the man born blind is read in Lent. The reason is easy to understand: in the story of the man born blind every Christian can easily recognise their own story. Before meeting Christ, he was blind, then the Master gave him his sight. 








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Hesus liwanag ng ating buhay

Maraming mga tao na “nabubulag” dahil sa kasalanan. Ibig ko pong sabihin sa pagkabulag nila, ay spiritwal na pagkabulag. May mga mata pero bulag sa katotohan at bulag sa wastong pamumuhay.

At bakit sila nabubulag? Sa tingin ko, dahil ayaw nila sumunod sa tunay na liwanag na si Hesu Kristo. Kung walang Diyos sa buhay natin, wala din ang liwanag sa atin. Bulag tayo sa pagmamahal at malasakit sa ating kapwa.








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Gabay

Katulad ng lupang tigang walang tubig ako’y nauuhaw. O Diyos hangad kitang tunay, sa iyo ako ay nauuhaw... Ang kaluluwa ko’y nauuhaw sa iyo Panginoon ko... Ang mga katagang ito ay mula sa isang awitin na nagpapahiwatig ng pagkauhaw ng isang tao sa Panginoon.








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The priceless water

John has made the encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan woman a theological text to teach the process of conversion of those who accept the gospel of the Lord. Although the event is real it has a deeper, symbolic and metaphoric import.

It is noon when the woman comes to draw water and Jesus asks her for a drink. It is important to understand who this woman is. The way in which the evangelist presents her clearly reveals his intention to transform her into a symbol.