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Msgr. Sabino Azurin Vengco, Jr., SThD, is a priest of the Diocese of Malolos, hailing from Hagonoy, Bulacan. His more than fifty years of priestly life and ministry has been focused on teaching the faith in various theological faculties and also on mass media, and in looking after the welfare of elderly and sick Filipino priests nationwide.

Desert survival

Each year at the start of the Lenten season, we are led to the desert to undergo...

The standard of true Christians

Continuing our reflections of last week on His instruction to His disciples on how to really belong...

Knowing oneself

Jesus continues to give instructions to His disciples on the mysteries of the kingdom of God. In...

‘Salt of the Earth’

After pointing out to his disciples in the Beatitudes the indispensability of the inner dispositions like poverty...

The presentation of Jesus at the Temple

The presentation of Jesus is traditionally the 40th day after Christmas (Luke 2:22-40).  It brings back to...

To be a light in the darkness

From feast days back to the Ordinary Time of the liturgical year, the Church brings us to...

Learning from a child

The Feast of the Santo Niño on the third Sunday of January is proper to the Philippines...

Commissioned in the Holy Spirit

Closing the Christmas season is the feast of the baptism of Jesus as the anointed servant of...

Mary, the Mother of God

Within the octave of Christmas, we celebrate the solemnity of the Holy Family and see in Joseph and...

The family that walks in God’s ways

How can the family be an enduring communion of life and love? For anyone, the family is set...

Joseph the righteous man

IN his narrative of the birth of Jesus, Saint Matthew is giving us a theological reflection on...

Works of reconnecting

John the Baptizer not only personifies for us the message of Advent as preparing the way of...

A voice crying ‘repent!’

Advent is lacking if John the Baptizer is not there to guide and lead us. He is...

Advent for Filipinos

(Fifteen years ago as I started to write this weekly column on BusinessMirror upon the urging of my...

King as no other

Every year at the end of our liturgical calendar the solemnity of Christ the King is like...

The end

AS we draw near the end of our liturgical year the thought of the end of things...

Life hereafter

Jesus finally reached Jerusalem after a long pedagogical journey that we have been following for many Sundays...

Can we do a Zacchaeus?

IF last Sunday we saw a tax collector pleasing in the sight of God because of his...

God vindicates the humble

Only in Saint Luke do we find the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector at...

Like the indomitable widow

Salvation comes with the faith of those who rely not on their own merits but on the...
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