Category Archives: religion and spirituality


Give Thanks, Always

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  Thanksgiving is a US holiday, I know, but this is one US tradition I’d like to see being celebrated here in our country. Instead of Halloween. I think the only reason that Halloween gained popularity here is that business establishments heavily promoted the day to drum up sales for costumes and candies. Why not promote Thanksgiving in addition to… Read more »

Choosing To Go On

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  Many things in life we don’t understand. We try hard to find answers but more questions appear. We look for answers everywhere, from anyone. We bang our heads against the wall trying to make sense of the madness that is our life. We shout. We curse. We cry out. Over the unending pain of a disease that’s slowly ravaging… Read more »

Reimagined Superbook for the New Generation


    Kids these days get to watch a lot of shows on cable TV, a lot of which are mindless entertainment. Parents and guardians would be glad to know that the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) is bringing back Superbook, an animated series for kids that features bible stories. The original Superbook was shown in local TV  some years back…. Read more »

Have A Little Faith by Mitch Albom

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    Here are some quotes to think about from the book “Have A Little Faith” by Mitch Albom.   It is far more comforting to think God listened and said no, than to think nobody’s out there.   So, have we solved the secret of happiness? I believe so, he said. … Be satisfied. … Be grateful. … For… Read more »

An Easter Song and A Message from Pope Francis

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    My Easter thoughts are summed up by a song from one of my favorite Christian artists, and a message from Pope Francis. First is a beautiful song for Easter, Glorious Day by Casting Crowns. Easter is a glorious day! One day when Heaven was filled with His praises One day when sin was as black as could be… Read more »

A Season of Giving and Sharing

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The anticipated mass on December 1st celebrated the 1st Sunday of Advent. Christmas is here. The priest shared the message of Advent. We prepare for the coming of the Lord. Advent ushers in our preparations for Christmas. More often, we equate the season with material preparations such as Christmas decor, new clothes and other new stuff, gifts and parties. In… Read more »