Monday, May 31, 2010

World No-Tobacco Day 2010...from www.MB.com.ph

Editorial
World No-Tobacco Day 2010
May 30, 2010, 4:27pm

A World Health Organization (WHO) report titled “Women and Health:
Today’s Evidence, Tomorrow’s Agenda” reveals that the number of female
smokers is fast increasing. Recognizing the importance of controlling
women’s and girls’ addiction to tobacco, this year’s celebration of
World No-Tobacco Day centers on the theme “Gender and Tobacco with an
Emphasis on Marketing to Women.”

The celebration highlights the need for close to 170 Parties to the
World Health Organization (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco
Control to ban all tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship in
accordance with their constitutions or constitutional principles.

The Convention, which took effect in 2005, expressed alarm over “the
increase in smoking and other forms of tobacco consumption by women
and young girls worldwide.” Although this year’s campaign will focus
on tobacco marketing to women, it will also include the need to
protect boys and men from tobacco companies’ business tactics.

Men and women alike need to be aware of effects of tobacco use and
abuse. They need equal protection from gendered advertising and
marketing schemes and gender-specific tobacco products.

Equally important is protecting them from secondhand smoke and
occupational exposure to tobacco and nicotine.

May 31 every year is celebrated as World No-Tobacco Day to heighten
public awareness of the hazards of tobacco use and abuse, educate the
public on the marketing and business strategies employed by the
tobacco industry, and spread the message about the WHO initiatives for
anti-tobacco campaign.

The day’s activities worldwide will endeavor to promote a healthy
lifestyle among people, especially the young, and introduce ways to
protect future generations from tobacco abuse. Initially observed on
April 7, 1987, as “World No-Smoking Day,” World No-Tobacco Day began
to be celebrated annually on May 31 in 1988, pursuant to World Health
Assembly resolutions.

Let us protect our people, particularly our women and girls, from
being lured by tobacco advertisement and marketing strategies into a
lifetime of nicotine dependence. It is imperative that tobacco control
policies and measures take into consideration gender norms,
differences, and responses to tobacco to reduce tobacco use and arrest
the incidence of tobacco-related diseases and deaths worldwide.

We reiterate the message of WHO Director-General Margaret Chan that
“protecting and promoting the health of women is crucial to health and
development – not only for the citizens of today but also for those of
future generations.”

Let us endeavor to “Make every day World No-Tobacco Day.”

Smoking is dangerous to your health. Quit smoking and live longer!

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Sunday, May 30, 2010

God's Message For You Today, May 30, 2010

30 May
Sunday TODAY'S READINGS:

DIDACHE | COMPANION | SABBATH
DIDACHE
Solemnity of the Holy Trinity

THE LITTLE FISH

"From of old I was poured forth, at the first, before the earth." – Proverbs 8:23

One story from Anthony de Mello's The Song of the Bird goes like this:
"Excuse me," said the little fish,
"can you tell me how to find this
thing called the ocean?"
"The ocean," said the older fish, "is
the thing you are in now."
"Oh, this? But this is water," said
the disappointed fish as he swam to
search elsewhere.
Sometimes, we are just like the little fish, going around trying to find God. What we don't immediately recognize is that God is everywhere. He is the Creator who made everything that surrounds us, from the vast universe to the tiniest grain of sand. He is the Christ who emptied Himself to become like us, made of flesh and blood, vulnerable and weak. He is the Spirit that dwells within us, constantly guiding us though we may choose not to heed Him.
Aren't we lucky that wherever we look, be it our surroundings, our fellow men, or our own selves, we see the reflection of God?Cecilia Lim (cez_lim@yahoo.com)

REFLECTION:
"Stop searching, little fish. There isn't anything to look for. All you have to do is look." (Anthony de Mello)

You are my God! In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, Amen.

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COMPANION

1st READING

This text seems to be something like a hymn to the glory and beauty of creation. As we celebrate Trinity Sunday we celebrate the basis of all life — God,three persons in one. How do we explain this? We do not, as we cannot! We simply have faith and live the truth of His love for us in first creating and then redeeming us.

Proverbs 8:22-31
22 Thus says the wisdom of God: "The LORD possessed me, the beginning of his ways, the forerunner of his prodigies of long ago; 23 from of old I was poured forth, at the first, before the earth. 24 When there were no depths I was brought forth, when there were no fountains or springs of water; 25 before the mountains
were settled into place, before the hills, I was brought forth; 26 while as yet the earth and the fields were not made, nor the first clods of the world. 27 "When the Lord established the heavens I was there, when he marked out the vault over the face of the deep; 28 when he made firm the skies above, when he fixed fast the foundations of the earth; 29 when he set for the sea its limit,
so that the waters should not transgress his command; 30 then was I beside him as his craftsman, and I was his delight day by day, playing before him all the while, 31 playing on the surface of his earth; and I found delight in the human race."

P S A L M

Psalm 8:4-5, 6-7, 8-9 (2a)
R: O Lord, our God, how wonderful your name in all the earth!
3 [4] When I behold your heavens, the work of your fingers,the moon and the stars which you set in place — 4 [5] what is man that you should be mindful of him, or the son of man that you should care for him? (R) 5 [6] You have made him little less than the angels, and crowned him with glory and honor. 6 [7] You have given him rule over the works of your hands, putting all things under his feet. (R) 7 [8] All sheep and oxen, yes, and the beasts of the field, 8 [9] the birds of the air, the fishes of the sea, and whatever swims the paths of the seas. (R)

2nd READING

St. Paul knows that the love of God is the basis of everything that is good. It is the Holy Spirit who has been entrusted with the task of continuing to make known this truth to us. The Father creates the truth; Jesus reveals the truth of His love and the Spirit maintains this revelation for all eternity. Sounds a bit complicated, but it is not. Love is only as complicated as you want it to be.

Romans 5:1-5
1 Brothers and sisters: Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, 2 through whom we have gained access by faith to this grace in which we stand, and we boast in hope of the glory of God. 3 Not only that, but we even boast of our afflictions, knowing that affliction produces endurance, 4 and endurance, proven character, and proven character, hope, 5 and hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit that has been given to us.

G O S P E L

The Holy Spirit is sometimes spoken of in theological circles as the love of the Father and Son made manifest. That is, their love for each other is so great that it takes on its own being. God calls us to experience and share in that love through faith in Jesus Christ.

John 16:12-15
12 Jesus said to his disciples: "I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear it now. 13 But when he comes, the Spirit of truth, he will guide you to all truth. He will not speak on his own, but he will speak what he hears, and will declare to you the things that are coming. 14 He will glorify me, because he will take from what is mine and declare it to you. 15 Everything that the Father has is mine; for this reason I told you that he will take from what is mine and declare it to you."

my reflections
t h i n k : The Holy Spirit has been entrusted with the task of continuing to make known to us the truth that God's love is the basis of everything that is good.
2 Sa_________________________________________________________

God's special verse/thought for me today________________
_________________________________________________________

T O D A Y ' S BLESSING LIST
Thank You Lord for:____________________________________
_______________________________________________________
READ THE BIBLE IN ONE YEAR 2Samuel 21-24

SABBATH PAUSE
My weekly time with God
THANK YOU LIST
Things to be grateful for from the past week
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
SPECIAL NEEDS
Things to ask God for in the coming week
________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
HIDDEN TREASURE
Most important word God told me this week
________________________________________________________________

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SABBATH

FEAST AND CHALLENGE

We celebrate today the deepest and greatest mystery of our Christian faith: the mystery of the Most Holy Trinity.
First of all, the mystery of the Trinity tells us that there is only one God. He was the God of the Old Testament and still is the God of the New Testament. He was God before anything existed, He is God today, and will still be God until the end of time.
Second, though He is the one and only God, He is not alone. There are Three Persons in One God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Divinity, however, is not divided into three. The fullness of divinity resides in each of the Three. Each has His own role in the economy of salvation and in sustaining the whole of creation: the Father creates, the Son redeems and the Holy Spirit sanctifies. However, when each fulfils the role proper to Him, all Three Persons are actively present.
Third, the mystery of the Most Holy Trinity commands us to mirror God in His being a community. We are different from one another but we are one body with Jesus as Head. We should celebrate our differences and contribute our unique gifts to our Christian community.
God is a community where mutual love respect and collaboration of Three Persons reign. They do not contrive against one another. They congregate as one God. And we, together with all of creation, benefit from the love, respect and collaboration They have for and with one another. God, a community in Himself, is not a community for Himself only but for others, for us.
The same should be for our community, whether we are referring to our parish or even the universal Church herself. We must live for others, i.e., all of humanity. The graces of our unity, respect, collaboration and love should continually flow in and out of our community. We are Church not only in the world but also for the world.
Today is thefiesta of God Himself and so it is our fiesta as well. Let us face and take the challenge of this feast: Mirror the community of the One God in and for our one, but fragmented, world. Fr. Bobby Titco
Reflection Question:

The Church is the icon of the Trinity.

Father, Son and Spirit, one God, I adore You. I love You. I praise You. With the Church, may I help reflect Your image in the world, contributing whatever I can in advancing Your reign on earth. Amen.

St. Hubert, pray for us.

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Sunday
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10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
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Valle Verde Country Club
Preacher: Obet Cabrillas

Quezon City
Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 12 n.n.
Convention Hall, Bureau of Soils, Visayas Ave., Q.C.
Preacher: Eng Si

South
Sunday
11:00 a.m - 12:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Cinema 10, Festival Mall, Alabang
Preacher: Arun Gogna
Rizal
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Bustos
Sunday 2:30 p.m - 5:30 p.m.
San isidro labrador Parish, Liciada, Bustos
Preacher: Chito Manaois

Ortigas
Monday 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Roofdeck, Prestige Tower,
F. Ortigas Ave., Pasig City
Preacher: Vic Espanol

Makati
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
AIM Conference Center, Benavidez cor Paseo de Roxas
Preachers: Randy Borromeo and George Gabriel

Manila
Friday, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Cinema 4, SM Manila (near City Hall), Manila
Preacher: Obet Cabrillas

Angeles
1st & 3rd Friday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Professional Bldg., Angeles University Foundation, Angeles City Preacher: Marvin Tan

Laguna
Saturday, arter the 4:00 pm Mass - 6:30 pm.
2/F Activity Center, Pavillion Mall, Km. 35 San Antonio, Binan, Laguna
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Marilao
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Funeral by Band of Horses Lyrics, I really love this one!

I'm coming up only to hold you under
I'm coming up only to show you wrong
And to know you is hard and we wonder
To know you all wrong, we were

Really too late to call, so we wait for
Morning to wake you; it's all we got
To know me as hardly golden
Is to know me all wrong, they were

At every occasion I'll be ready for a funeral
At every occasion once more is called a funeral
Every occasion I'm ready for the funeral
At every occasion one brilliant day funeral

I'm coming up only to show you down for
I'm coming up only to show you wrong
To the outside, the dead leaves, they all blow (alive is very poetic)
For'e (before) they died had trees to hang their hope

At every occasion I'll be ready for the funeral
At every occasion once more is called the funeral
At every occasion I'm ready for the funeral
At every occasion one brilliant day funeral

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Thursday, May 27, 2010

God's Message For You Today, May 27, 2010

27
May
Thursday
TODAY'S READINGS:

DIDACHE | COMPANION | SABBATH
DIDACHE

BABY STEPS

Like newborn infants, long for pure spiritual milk, so that through it
you may grow into salvation. – 1 Peter 2:2

When my son Lance was born, I got so excited to see him grow that I
had to remind myself to take it one step at a time. Newborns are not
yet fully developed and their diet should depend on their
developmental stage. No iron in their milk for the first six months.
Begin feeding solids at six months but only with pureed foods. No
honey, egg whites or spinach at least for the first year. So much to
consider! But now, when I see Lance so healthy, I know that my
diligence paid off.
When I first became a Christian, my relationship with God filled me
with so much joy that I wanted to give up everything. But because I
was not ready, when I received His calling I thought the task was too
much and I quit even before I began.
I learned from my mistake. I got back to basics and took baby steps.
First by getting to know Him again through readings and prayer, then
by looking deep into myself and discovering who I am. After I had done
these, God gave me opportunities to serve and this time, I said yes.
Cecilia Lim cez_lim@yahoo.com)

REFLECTION:
No matter what stage of spiritual growth you’re in, enjoy God’s
pampering and give yourself a chance to learn more.

Lord, let Your words nourish me and help me grow.


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COMPANION

1st READING

St. Peter outlines to us the basis of our human dignity as seen
through the prism of the death and resurrection of Jesus. It is a very
high ideal to live up to, but possible. Let us accept the dignity God
offers us and witness to the world what it means to live a fully human
life.

1 Peter 2:2-5, 9-12
2 Beloved: Like newborn infants, long for pure spiritual milk so that
through it you may grow into salvation, 3 for you have tasted that the
Lord is good. 4 Come to him, a living stone, rejected by human beings
but chosen and precious in the sight of God, 5 and, like living
stones, let yourselves be built into a spiritual house to be a holy
priesthood to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through
Jesus Christ. 9 But you are “a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy
nation, a people of his own, so that you may announce the praises” of
him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light. 10 Once
you were “no people” but now you are God’s people; you “had not
received mercy” but now you have received mercy. 11 Beloved, I urge
you as aliens and sojourners to keep away from worldly desires that
wage war against the soul. 12 Maintain good conduct among the
Gentiles, so that if they speak of you as evildoers, they may observe
your good works and glorify God on the day of visitation.

P S A L M

Psalm 100:2, 3, 4, 5
R: Come with joy into the presence of the Lord.
2 Sing joyfully to the LORD, all you lands; serve the LORD with
gladness; come before him with joyful song. (R) 3 Know that the LORD
is God; he made us, his we are; his people, the flock he tends. (R) 4
Enter his gates with thanksgiving, his courts with praise; give thanks
to him; bless his name. (R) 5 The LORD is good: his kindness endures
forever, and his faithfulness, to all generations. (R)

G O S P E L

Jesus calls the blind man to come so that He can heal him. He also
calls us to send us out on mission. Today is the Feast of Augustine of
Canterbury, a monk sent by the Pope to establish the Church in
England. Augustine left the comfort of his monastery in obedience to
the Pope to carry out the task assigned to him. In the same way we
need to listen to the voice of God in our own lives and embrace the
call of the Church, God’s voice on earth, as we seek to bring the
Gospel to the ends of the earth.

Mark 10:46-52
46 As Jesus was leaving Jericho with his disciples and a sizable
crowd, Bartimaeus, a blind man, the son of Timaeus, sat by the
roadside begging. 47 On hearing that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he
began to cry out and say, “Jesus, son of David, have pity on me.” 48
And many rebuked him, telling him to be silent. But he kept calling
out all the more, “Son of David, have pity on me.” 49 Jesus stopped
and said, “Call him.” So they called the blind man, saying to him,
“Take courage; get up, he is calling you.” 50 He threw aside his
cloak, sprang up, and came to Jesus. 51 Jesus said to him in reply,
“What do you want me to do for you?” The blind man replied to him,
“Master, I want to see.” 52 Jesus told him, “Go your way; your faith
has saved you.” Immediately he received his sight and followed him on
the way.

my reflections
t h i n k : Let us accept the dignity that God offers us and witness
to the world what it means to live a fully human life.

_________________________________________________________
God’s special verse/thought for me today________________
_________________________________________________________

T O D A Y ’ S BLESSING LIST
Thank You Lord for: ____________________________________
_______________________________________________________
READ THE BIBLE IN ONE YEAR 1Samuel 9-12

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SABBATH

BLESSING OR CURSE

We love to bless and be blessed. We believe in blessings.
Some curse and are cursed. Some believe in curses.
Do you believe in curses? If you do not, then why do you believe in
blessings? Is it our belief that makes either blessings or curses
work?
Curses are as real as blessings. If we have faith when we curse, that
which we curse is accursed indeed. If we have faith when we bless,
that which we bless is truly blessed. Be generous so as to bless. Be
careful so as not to curse. Be loving so as to be a blessing. Why
curse anyway? But Jesus cursed the barren fig tree. He did! It was
because, being barren, the fig tree already ceased to be a blessing
long before it was cursed. By cursing the fig tree, Jesus brought to
consciousness what the fig tree really had already become: a curse.
Be fruitful and be a blessing. Do not be a curse. But we are not fig
trees. When we are barren, there is still hope for us to heal and bear
fruit in due time. And this is Good News!
Be healed and bear fruit. Bear fruit and bless. To be healed, we need
to be cleansed as Jesus cleansed the temple with its maladies for it
to be truly what it should be — a house of blessing, never a den of
thieves. Be cleansed and be what you should really be. Be what you are
truly meant to be and bless others.
To be cleansed, we must pray. Prayer purifies us with the presence of
God. This is grace. Pray and be purified. Be in the presence of God
and bless others.
To bless, we must love. Love makes us the presence of God in the
world. This is virtue. Love and be a blessing. Be the presence of God
and bless others.
Are you a blessing or a curse?Fr. Bobby Titco

Reflection Question:
Am I a blessing or a curse? Am I fruitful or barren?

Beginning today, Lord Jesus, I will pray not only for You to bless me
but for You to transform and use me to be Your blessing to others. Be
it far from me that I become a curse to
anyone. Amen.

St. Wiliam of Gellone, pray for us.


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The Pasig Feast will be held at PICC (Reception Hall), Roxas Blvd. on
May 30, 2010 at 9:00 am - 12:00 (only one sesssion).

Pasig

Sunday

8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Valle Verde Country Club (beside The ULTRA)

Preacher: Bo Sanchez

4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Valle Verde Country Club

Preacher: Obet Cabrillas

Quezon City

Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 12 n.n.

Convention Hall, Bureau of Soils, Visayas Ave., Q.C.

Preacher: Eng Si

South

Sunday

11:00 a.m - 12:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Cinema 10, Festival Mall, Alabang
Preacher: Arun Gogna

Rizal
Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.                      Valley Fair,
Taytay,Rizal                             Preacher: Pio Espanol

Bustos

Sunday 2:30 p.m - 5:30 p.m.

San isidro labrador Parish, Liciada, Bustos

Preacher:  Chito Manaois

Ortigas

Monday 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Roofdeck, Prestige Tower,

F. Ortigas Ave., Pasig City
Preacher: Vic Espanol

Makati

Thursday, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

AIM Conference Center, Benavidez cor Paseo de Roxas

Preachers: Randy Borromeo and George Gabriel

Manila

Friday, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Cinema 4, SM Manila (near City Hall), Manila
Preacher: Obet Cabrillas

Angeles

1st & 3rd Friday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Professional Bldg., Angeles University Foundation, Angeles City
                      Preacher: Marvin Tan

Laguna

Saturday, arter the 4:00 pm Mass - 6:30 pm.
2/F Activity Center, Pavillion Mall, Km. 35 San Antonio, Binan, Laguna

Preacher: Hermie Morelos

Marilao

Saturday, 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Cinema 2, SM Marilao, Bulacan Preacher: Alvin Barcelona

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Let us know you are coming!

Contact persons: Luisa   0918-4404330   /   0906-3413557    /
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Monday, May 24, 2010

I've Learned (literature with anonymous author in my Inbox)

I’ve learned
That you should not tell a child their dreams are unlikely or outlandish.
Few things are more humiliating and what a tragedy it would be if they
believed it.

I’ve learned
That your family won’t always be there for you. It may seem funny, but
people you aren’t related to can take care of you and love you and
teach you to trust people again . Families aren’t biological.

I’ve learned
That no matter how good a friend is. They’re going to hurt you every
once in a while and you must forgive them for that.

I’ve learned
That it isn’t always enough to be forgiven by others.
Sometimes you must learn to forgive yourself

I’ve learned
That no matter how bad your heart is broken ,the world doesn’t stop
for your grief.

I’ve learned
That our background and circumstances may have influenced who are, but
we are responsible for who become.

I’ve learned
That just people two argue, it doesn’t they don’t love each other
And just because they don’t argue, it doesn’t mean to do.

I’ve learned
That we don’t have to change friends if we understands that friends change

I’ve learned
That you shouldn’t be so eager to find out a secret
It could change your life forever.

I’ve learned
That you cannot make someone to love you.
All you can do is someone who can be loved. The rest is up to them.

I’ve learned
That no matter how much I care, some people just don’t care back.

I’ve learned
That it take years to build a trust and only seconds to destroy it

I’ve learned
That it is not what you have in your life but whom you have in your
life that counts.

I’ve learned
That you can get by on charm for about fifteen minutes
After that, you’d better know something

I’ve learned
That you shouldn’t compare yourself to the best of others

I’ve learned
That you can do something in an instant that will give you heartache for life.

I’ve learned
That it’s taking me a long time to become the person that I want to be

I’ve learned
That you should always leave loved ones with loving words
It may be the last time you can see them.

I’ve learned
That you can keep going long after you cant.

I’ve learned
That we are responsible for what we do, no matter how we fell.

I’ve learned
That either you control your attitude or your attitude will control you.

I’ve learned
That regardless of how hot and steamy a relationship is at first, the
passion fades and there gad better be something else to take it place

I’ve learned
Those heroes are the people who do what has to be done when it needs
to be done, regardless of sequences .

I’ve learned
That money is a lousy way of keeping score.

I’ve learned
That my best friend and I can do anything or nothing and have the best time.

I’ve learned
That sometimes the people you expect to kick you when you’re down will
be the one to help you get back up.

I’ve learned
That true friendship continues to grow, even over the longest distance .
It goes for true love.

I’ve learned
That just because of someone doesn’t love you the way you want them to
doesn’t mean they don’t love you with all they have

I’ve learned
That the maturity has more to do with the types of experiences you’ve
had and what you’ve learned from them and less to do with how many
birthdays you’ve celebrated

I’ve learned
That two people can look at the same exact thing and see something
totally different

I’ve learned
That no matter you try to protect your children, they will eventually
get hurt and you will hurt in the process

I’ve learned
That your life can be changed in a matter of hours by people who don’t
even know you

I’ve learned
That even you think you have no more to give. When a friend cries out
to you, you will find strenght

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Saturday, May 22, 2010

AGB Mega Manila TV Ratings (May 18-20): Wowowee maintains lead in the daytime race

AGB Mega Manila TV Ratings (May 18-20): Wowowee maintains lead in the
daytime race

Erwin Santiago

Friday, May 21, 2010
07:28 PM


Here are the comparative TV ratings of ABS-CBN and GMA-7 programs from
May 18 to 20, based on the overnight ratings of AGB Nielsen
Philippines among Mega Manila households:

May 18, Tuesday

Daytime:

Diz Iz It! (GMA-7) 8.6%; Showtime (ABS-CBN) 15.4%

Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) 15.8%; Daisy Siete: Adam Or Eve (GMA-7) 12.5%;
Wowowee (ABS-CBN) 16.7%

Gumapang Ka Sa Lusak (GMA-7) 11.8%; Rosalka (ABS-CBN) 12.5%

Ina, Kasusuklaman Ba Kita? (GMA-7) 12.6%; Impostor (ABS-CBN) 13.1%;
Banana Split Daily Servings (ABS-CBN) 9.1%

Wipeout (GMA-7) 7%; Naruto (ABS-CBN) 8.8%

Take Me Out (GMA-7) 8.8%; Pinoy Big Brother Teen Clash of 2010 Uber
(ABS-CBN) 8.8%

Primetime:

First Time (GMA-7) 13.9%; Tanging Yaman (ABS-CBN) 16.1%

24 Oras (GMA-7) 24.3%; TV Patrol World (ABS-CBN) 25.5%

Panday Kids (GMA-7) 19.3%; Agua Bendita (ABS-CBN) 29.6%

The Last Prince (GMA-7) 23.5%; Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo (ABS-CBN) 25.1%

Diva (GMA-7) 27%; Rubi (ABS-CBN) 21.7%

Queen Seon Deok (GMA-7) 22.2%; Pinoy Big Brother Teen Clash of 2010
(ABS-CBN) 18.1%; SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon (ABS-CBN) 11.4%

May 19, Wednesday

Daytime:

Diz Iz It! (GMA-7) 7.3%; Showtime (ABS-CBN) 16.6%

Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) 14.1%; Daisy Siete: Adam Or Eve (GMA-7) 10.5%;
Wowowee (ABS-CBN) 16.8%

Gumapang Ka Sa Lusak (GMA-7) 11.5%; Rosalka (ABS-CBN) 12.9%

Ina, Kasusuklaman Ba Kita? (GMA-7) 12.4%; Impostor (ABS-CBN) 12.8%;
Banana Split Daily Servings (ABS-CBN) 7.5%

Ripley's Believe It Or Not (GMA-7) 5.5%; Naruto (ABS-CBN) 6.8%

Take Me Out (GMA-7) 8.1%; Pinoy Big Brother Teen Clash of 2010 Uber
(ABS-CBN) 7.4%

Primetime:

First Time (GMA-7) 13.8%; Tanging Yaman (ABS-CBN) 14.4%

24 Oras (GMA-7) 22.2%; TV Patrol World (ABS-CBN) 21.7%

Panday Kids (GMA-7) 22.1%; Agua Bendita (ABS-CBN) 28.5%

The Last Prince (GMA-7) 29.6%; Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo (ABS-CBN) 26.2%

Diva (GMA-7) 28.7%; Rubi (ABS-CBN) 22.3%

Queen Seon Deok (GMA-7) 22.1%; Pinoy Big Brother Teen Clash of 2010
(ABS-CBN) 20.3%; SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon (ABS-CBN) 11.6%

May 20, Thursday

Daytime:

Diz Iz It! (GMA-7) 7.1%; Showtime (ABS-CBN) 14.8%

Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) 14.3%; Daisy Siete: Adam Or Eve (GMA-7) 10.1%;
Wowowee (ABS-CBN) 16.1%

Gumapang Ka Sa Lusak (GMA-7) 11.1%; Rosalka (ABS-CBN) 12.2%

Ina, Kasusuklaman Ba Kita? (GMA-7) 10.8%; Impostor (ABS-CBN) 13%

Laf En Rol Level Up (GMA-7) 6%; Banana Split Daily Servings (ABS-CBN) 8.6%

Naruto (ABS-CBN) 7.1%; Take Me Out (GMA-7) 7.5%; Pinoy Big Brother
Teen Clash of 2010 Uber (ABS-CBN) 8.3%

Evening:

First Time (GMA-7) 11.1%; Tanging Yaman (ABS-CBN) 16.2%

24 Oras (GMA-7) 21.5%; TV Patrol World (ABS-CBN) 23.4%

Panday Kids (GMA-7) 21%; Agua Bendita (ABS-CBN) 30.4%

The Last Prince (GMA-7) 26.3%; Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo (ABS-CBN) 28.6%

Diva (GMA-7) 27.3%; Rubi (ABS-CBN) 25.6%

Queen Seon Deok (GMA-7) 22.5%; Pinoy Big Brother Teen Clash of 2010
(ABS-CBN) 24.2%; SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon (ABS-CBN) 12.7%

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Friday, May 21, 2010

TFC Wowowee contestant an internet hit

TFC Wowowee contestant an internet hit
By Henni Espinosa, ABS-CBN North America News Bureau
Posted at 05/21/2010 3:58 PM | Updated as of 05/21/2010 4:05 PM

A touching story which unfolded on ABS-CBN’s The Filipino Channel
(TFC), “Wowowee”, is now an internet hit.

Barry Bogart, Jr. was a contestant for the talent portion of “Wowowee”
called Willie of Fortune last January. He ended up singing 2 songs for
the crowd and was an instant hit.

But behind the 28-year-old’s talent is a sad story. It has even
captured the attention of mainstream US media.

Bogart Jr. is an Amerasian. He said his father was an American
serviceman stationed in the former US base in Ologapo. Bogart, Jr. is
one of thousands of abandoned Amerasian children. He was hoping to
find his father in the US.

Bogart’s father left him and his mother before he was born. His mother
Herminigilda died from brain cancer when he was 5 years old. He ended
up living with other family and relatives.

Bogart’s story tugged at the heart of many Filipinos including Greg
Rosas, a Filipino restaurant owner from Seattle, Washington.

Rosas used his own money to process Bogart’s visa and buy him a plane
ticket to the US. Bogart did end up finding his father. He is now
staying with his newfound benefactor, Rosas, and plans to reunite with
his father in New Jersey in the future. Balitang America

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Resignation Letter of Willie Revillame from ABS-CBN (Lumayas Ka Na WILLIE, wala kang kwenta!)

Willie: Please release me!
FUNFARE UPDATE By Ricardo F. Lo (The Philippine Star) Updated May 21,
2010 12:00 AM

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Willie Revillame: Where to from here?

When Willie Revillame started hosting Wowowee in Feb. 2005, his heart
was light and easy, eager to please and entertain especially the
marginalized sector of Philippine society. It was a heart that truly
and sincerely cares for the masa with whom Willie can easily identify
because he, too, experienced how it was to miss meals and sleep on the
hard floor of a cramped rented room, with a dilapidated electric fan
that produced more creak than cool air.

Two weeks ago when he quit Wowowee in a huff and in protest against
Jobert Sucaldito whom he accused of hitting him “for almost one year
already” in Jobert’s program on dzMM (ABS-CBN’s sister company),
Willie was diagnosed to be suffering from ulcers, a bad throat (no
doubt from talking on the show almost non-stop for two hours and a
half Monday thru Saturday) and a clogged heart that continues to beat
for, should I say, the down-trodden, most of whom show up on Wowowee
in slippers (vendors, etc.) and in worn-out clothes (streetkids,
etc.), and go home not luhaan (no tears) because Willie sees to it
that they are cared for with a reassuring hug and, most important of
all, with financial help (even the contest losers get consolation
prizes).

Either you love Willie or you hate Willie. Most of those in the upper
class (A and B) — those who can afford to buy computers and maintain
Twitter and Facebook accounts — hate Willie with impunity; and those
in the lower class (B, C and D) — who can hardly afford to have three
meals a day and to buy branded clothes — love Willie with a passion.
There lies the secret of Wowowee’s success both here and abroad where
there are TFCs (The Filipino Channel).

Willie has remained “inaccessible” at the moment, he’s in “seclusion,”
refusing to answer or return calls (placed through third parties) or
text messages. He’s sorely missed by Wowowee followers and his
co-hosts (all of them, I hope!) and his staff who have only nice words
for Willie.

“He’s generous,” said one of the 98 staffers whom Willie treated to a
holiday in Hong Kong with $200 pocket money each. “He never forgets to
give us bonus or to help with hospital bills and other needs kapag
kulang ang budget namin,” adding with pained laughter, “parang nga
siya ATM namin, eh!”

Does this piece sound like, sigh, a “tribute” to Willie who has been
temporarily replaced (for two weeks) by Robin Padilla on Wowowee which
is, the network’s biggest money-maker? And the bigger question: Will
Willie ever go back to Wowowee?

Read between the lines of the following letter Willie has just sent to
the ABS-CBN bosses, a copy of which was furnished Funfare by my Bohol
Avenue VDPA (Very Deep Penetration Agent) who swore that she would
kill me if I revealed her identify (don’t worry, “auntie,” the secret
will remain a secret forever):

12 May 2010

MR. EUGENIO LOPEZ, III

Chairman of the Board

ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp.

Mo. Ignacia Ave., Quezon City

Through: Ms. Charo Santos-Concio

President

ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp.

Dear Sir Gabby and Ma’am Charo,

I have labored over the past week on what to do in the face of another
setback in my relations with the management of the network. ABS-CBN
has been my home for the last five years and five months and it has
given me the greatest gift – the opportunity to reach out to people
who have so little in life.

In the process, I have come to realize that my gratitude to the
network would be more meaningful if I considered the impact of my
recent actions which has placed the station in a bad light. This is
among the reasons, as I will explain in this letter, that I humbly
request the management, to release me as a talent of the network.
(Willie’s contract is good for one year and a half more. — RFL)

It is no secret that the program “Wowowee,” for almost five and a half
years, has been the core of my existence. The program gives me a sense
of purpose because I make people happy and I give them hope that,
despite their difficulties, they can make things happen for
themselves. Because of this, my world has revolved around the show.
The desire to make it the best noontime show, has consumed my waking
hours, as I conceptualize its format and contents from Monday to
Saturday. Apart from this, I want the show to give the network
excellent ratings to maintain its reputation as the leader in the
broadcasting industry.

My devotion to the show is unparalleled that I have even been besieged
by health problems due to the long hours I spend daily, thinking of
how to bring “Wowowee” closer to the public. In fact, I have developed
a heart blockage, which has already once posed a real threat to my
life. I have sacrificed so much. Now, I have to accept the reality
that I also have to take good care of my health.

Hence, it is very painful to hear every time my show is the target of
unwanted and unnecessary tirades. I do not think that these people
even have the slightest clue of what I go through to put together a
show like “Wowowee”’. The show is not for me, but for those people who
dream of a better life. Is it too much to ask that we be respected for
what we do? Is it too much to ask that we be defended from such
attacks?

My outburst last week during the live presentation of the show is
nothing more than a reflection of my frustration over these things,
and was not at all meant to disrespect the network and its management.
I implore you to understand that several incidents, which were beyond
my control which have marred the reputation of the show to some
extent, have already taken their toll on me.

There was the “Wilyonaryo” incident wherein we were accused of
deceiving contestants about their winnings; the Ultra stampede wherein
I was blamed and severely criticized; the misunderstanding about my
remarks when the coverage of the funeral of the late Pres. Corazon
Aquino was unexpectedly shown in the giling-giling portion of
“Wowowee”’s airing, for which I have apologized. In all these
incidents, I took responsibility even if I was not at fault.

I do not want to cause any further embarrassment to the network. I
know that all these have caused so much strain on our relations and I
would like to save the situation by asking that I be released as a
talent of the station. This way, I will have the much-needed space and
time to contemplate on my direction in life and, at the same time,
maintain the relationships I have built within the network, which are
all worth preserving.

Before I end this letter, I would like to express my sincerest
gratitude to all the important people I have had the good fortune to
work with during the years I have been with ABS-CBN. Ma’am Charo,
maraming salamat sa lahat ng pagkakataon na naibigay ninyo sa akin.
Kayo po ang tinuturing kong ina na patuloy akong tinatanggap at
minamahal sa kabila ng lahat ng aking kahinaan. Hinding-hindi ko po
kayo makakalimutan at lahat ng mga bagay na ginawa ninyo para sa akin.

Kay Mr. Gabby Lopez, maraming salamat po sa inyong pagtitiwala sa
aking kakayanan na magbigay ng mahusay na programa. Kay Tita Cory
Vidanes, maraming salamat sa pagiging maunawain ninyo sa akin. Kay Mr.
Johnny Manahan, maraming salamat sa walang-sawang pag-suporta ninyo sa
akin at sa “Wowowee,” at lalong lalo na sa pagtayo ninyo bilang aking
pangalawang ama. Kay Ms. Linggit Tan, Mr. Jay Montelibano at Mr. Edgar
Mortiz, maraming salamat sa suporta at tulong ninyo na mapabuti and
programang “Wowowee” para sa ikaliligaya ngmga natutulangan natin. Sa
lahat ng bumubuo ng management ng ABS-CBN, maraming salamat sa tulong
ninyo sa aking programa.

Higit sa lahat, sa lahat ng mga taong sumuporta at patulong na
sumusuporta sa show na “Wowowee,” maraming salamat at kayo ang
nagbibigay sa akin ng lakas na gawin ang mga dapat kong gawin. Sana po
ay maunawaan ninyo ang aking kahilingan sa sulat na ito. Ayaw ko na
pong may masasaktan pa at gusto ko lang na maisaayos lahat. Taos-puso
akong humihingi sa inyo ng tawad at lubos na pang-unawa sa lahat ng
pinagdadaanan ko ngayon.

There will never be enough words to express my gratitude to all of you…

Salamat at mabuhay po kayong lahat!

Respectfully yours,

— Willie B. Revillame

Copy furnished:

Ms. Charo Santos-Concio

Ms. Cory Vidanes

Mr. Johnny Manahan

Ms. Arlene De Castro

Ms. Linggit Tan

Mr. Jay Montelibano

Mr. Edgar Mortiz

There you are.

I agree with what Tempo’s Ronald Constantino wrote in his column
yesterday: Willie is Wowowee and Wowowee is Willie, as in worthless
one without the other? It’s like saying, Sharon is Megastar and
Megastar is Sharon...Maricel is Diamond Star and Diamond Star is
Maricel...Or, Vilma is Star For All Seasons and Star For All Seasons
is Vilma.

My prayer is that Willie and the ABS-CBN bosses will adjourn their
scheduled meeting (on Monday, May 24?) on a happy note. Let’s keep our
collective fingers crossed.

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Cebu Should Change All Agencies to a Neutral Name

CITOM (Cebu City Traffic Operations Management) often regarded to be maka Tomas Osmena (in literal cebuano term "Si Tom")

TEDMAN (Traffic Enforcement Division of Mandaue City) namesake of former Mandaue City Mayor Teddy Ouano

research ko muna iba... marami yan ehhh...

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TO REPLACE CITOM: City plans new traffic agency

TO REPLACE CITOM: City plans new traffic agency
By Rene U. Borromeo (The Freeman) Updated May 21, 2010 12:00 AM

EBU, Philippines - There is a plan to abolish the City Traffic
Operations Management (CITOM) and to create a much bigger traffic
enforcement body to be called Cebu City Transportation Office (CCTO).

The proposal of Councilors Sylvan “Jack” Jakosalem, Raul Alcoseba and
Augustus Pe Jr. was presented in a public hearing before the start of
the city council’s regular session last Wedneday and nobody opposed
the plan.

Engr. Nigel Paul Villarete, head of the City Planning and Development
Office, spoke before the city legislators and supported the move to
create the CCTO saying “It’s the key to a better and orderly Cebu
City.”

Villarete explained that the Cebu City Transportation Office will act
as the local counterpart of the Department of Transportation and
Communication, the “mother agency” of the Land Transportation Office.

Jakosalem explained that the creation of the CCTO does not mean that
the CITOM Board, which is headed by the city mayor, will be also
abolished. The board will continue to oversee the functions and
performance of the new department.

According to Jakosalem the head of the CCTO will become member of the
CITOM Board, the body that will formulate policies, agenda and
direction and the CCTO will just implement these.

“If not there will be too much room of corruption,” said Jakosalem,
chairman of the city council’s committee on transportation.

Pe also explained that once the CCTO will be created, all functions of
CITOM will be absorbed by the new traffic body that will be headed by
a traffic expert.

The creation of CCTO is also to ensure that the huge amount of public
investment on traffic signal equipment and other facilities are
properly protected, maintained and operated.

There is a recommendation that deserving traffic personnel will be
granted security of tenure to ensure a continued leadership in traffic
management with core values such as discipline, integrity and service.

Jakosalem said the CCTO shall have four divisions — transportation
planning, transportation engineering, traffic enforcement and parking
operations division, and support services.

The transportation planning division shall have four sections —
planning, monitoring & evaluation, traffic education and the
management of information system.

It will conduct periodic review of the urban traffic system to
provide optimum coordination of the intersections.

Jakosalem said the traffic engineering division shall have three
sections — civil works and signage and pavement marking section,
traffic signal control, and traffic signal maintenance.

Meanwhile, the traffic enforcement and parking operations division
shall have six sections — traffic enforcement, mobile operation,
parking operations and pedestrian violations, special traffic action
section, communication, billing and collections.

The support services division shall be responsible in the performance
of administrative functions, including the logistics, legal and
investigation section.

At present, CITOM only has one lawyer that is why its legal section is
not capable of filing the traffic-related cases before the courts for
those erring drivers, who just ignore their violations.

Statistics show that CITOM enforcers apprehend about 800 erring
drivers everyday, but many of those who are apprehended just ignore
the citation tickets issued to them because their driver’s licenses
were not confiscated.

Jakosalem had moved that CITOM enforcers should be empowered to
confiscate the licenses of erring drivers, but his proposed ordinance
is still pending for deliberation at the City Council.

A driver’s license can be confiscated only if the apprehending officer
will issue Temporary Operators Permit (TOP) to the erring driver, but
most of the traffic enforcers are armed only with traffic citation
tickets. — /NLQ (FREEMAN NEWS)

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

God's Message For You Today, May 20, 2010

20
May
Thursday
TODAY'S READINGS:

DIDACHE | COMPANION | SABBATH
DIDACHE

witness

“Take courage. For just as you have borne witness to my cause in
Jerusalem, so you must also bear witness in Rome.” – Acts 23:11

“If there is a God, why would He let so many horrible things happen? I
wonder why when a child is saved from a burning building or gets a
miracle cure for cancer, people praise God. But when a 9/11 happens,
He does not get the condemnation. If I can get around these questions,
I will have a better chance of restoring a faith long since lost.”
This e-mail came from my Irish colleague Derek based in Singapore, who
was still grieving the death of his toddler son.
Can I lead him back? We had animated debates at work but managed to
talk about life whenever he was in town. In between, I would forward
inspirational text messages. He would be amazed how each message came
as a timely answer to a dilemma.
Before he left the company, he wrote, “In many ways, Marie, I have a
very deep respect for people like you who have been through personal
challenges and have come out the other side with the help of your
faith.”
I did not preach. But if in the process of walking my faith his would
be restored, what a blessing! Marie Franco (rfranco@its.jnj.com)

REFLECTION:
Did God allow me to cross paths with a non-believer to bear witness?

Use me, O Lord.


Didache | Companion | Sabbath | Top

COMPANION

1st READING

Paul is no fool and he is not beyond turning his enemies on to each
other if it might be to his benefit and, more importantly, to the
benefit of the Gospel. Even in captivity he is still able to proclaim
the Good News to his captors and to meet with those who come to see
him for advice. Paul does not think of his own welfare first but of
that of the Church. What an inspiration!

Acts 22:30; 23:6-11
30 Wishing to determine the truth about why Paul was being accused by
the Jews, the commander freed him and ordered the chief priests and
the whole Sanhedrin to convene. Then he brought Paul down and made him
stand before them. 23: 6 Paul was aware that some were Sadducees and
some Pharisees, so he called out before the Sanhedrin, “My brothers, I
am a Pharisee, the son of Pharisees; I am on trial for hope in the
resurrection of the dead.” 7 When he said this, a dispute broke out
between the Pharisees and Sadducees, and the group became divided. 8
For the Sadducees say that there is no resurrection or angels or
spirits, while the Pharisees acknowledge all three. 9 A great uproar
occurred, and some scribes belonging to the Pharisee party stood up
and sharply argued, “We find nothing wrong with this man. Suppose a
spirit or an angel has spoken to him?” 10 The dispute was so serious
that the commander, afraid that Paul would be torn to pieces by them,
ordered his troops to go down and rescue him from their midst and take
him into the compound. 11 The following night the Lord stood by him
and said, “Take courage. For just as you have borne witness to my
cause in Jerusalem, so you must also bear witness in Rome.”

P S A L M

Psalm 16:1-2a, 5, 7-8, 9-10, 11
R: Keep me safe, O God; you are my hope.
1 Keep me, O God, for in you I take refuge; 2 I say to the LORD,
“My Lord are you.” 5 O LORD, my allotted portion and my cup, you it is
who hold fast my lot. (R) 7 I bless the LORD who counsels me; even in
the night my heart exhorts me. 8 I set the LORD ever before me; with
him at my right hand I shall not be disturbed. (R) 9 Therefore my
heart is glad and my soul rejoices, my body, too, abides in
confidence. 10 Because you will not abandon my soul to the nether
world, nor will you suffer your faithful one to undergo corruption.
(R) 11 You will show me the path to life, fullness of joys in your
presence, the delights at your right hand forever. (R)

G O S P E L

Jesus tells His disciples that work of the Gospel will extend beyond
them to others. The Gospel has been entrusted to us and thus we need
to do what we can to pass on the Good News of our salvation to as many
people as we can. Jesus has a place in His plan of salvation for us
all; let us seek it out and live it as faithfully as we can.

John 17:20-26
20 Lifting up his eyes to heaven, Jesus prayed, saying: “I pray not
only for them, but also for those who will believe in me through their
word, 21 so that they may all be one, as you, Father, are in me and I
in you, that they also may be in us, that the world may believe that
you sent me. 22 And I have given them the glory you gave me, so that
they may be one, as we are one, 23 I in them and you in me, that they
may be brought to perfection as one, that the world may know that you
sent me, and that you loved them even as you loved me. 24 Father, they
are your gift to me. I wish that where I am they also may be with me,
that they may see my glory that you gave me, because you loved me
before the foundation of the world. 25 Righteous Father, the world
also does not know you, but I know you, and they know that you sent
me. 26 I made known to them your name and I will make it known, that
the love with which you loved me may be in them and I in them.”
1 Samuel 13-16
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ONE BUT NOT THE SAME

Jesus’ “high priestly prayer” ends today. Today’s Gospel is exactly
what rhetoricians of old would call “peroration.” Peroration is that
part of a speech that, among other things, restates the speaker’s main
theme with an added emotional emphasis.
With all the four chapters of His prayer (14-17) in John, one theme
stands: Jesus is leaving His disciples, but will return. “I will not
leave you orphans,” He says. He will be gone from their sight but, in
a mysterious yet real way, remain with His disciples if they are
faithful to His teaching. Just before He gives an “amen” to His long
after-dinner speech or prayer, Jesus repeats this theme, but with a
new twist. Jesus seems concerned only not with the apostles who were
physically gathered around Him that evening; He widens the scope of
His solicitude by embracing all “those who will believe” in Him
through the words of His apostles. He promises that the future
generations of His disciples will also continually enjoy His presence.
All Christians from the time of the apostles up until ours are
included in the prayer that Jesus offered to the Father as a “grace
after meals” of the Last Supper.
“Father, may they be one, just as You and I are one,” Jesus prayed.
But, sadly, we remain disunited. Out of the total population of
Christians, only 60 to 63 percent are in union with the Pope, the
appointed vicar of Christ on earth. Serious conflicts among different
Christian churches gave birth, first to the orthodox churches of the
East, next to the Protestant churches of the West. The Protestant
break-off eventually led to further fragmentation, so that today we
are witnesses to the reality that the protesting churches are divided
and subdivided into sects. More than allegations of sexual misbehavior
and more than even the inquisition of medieval times, disunity is
Christianity’s greatest scandal.
If we do dare pray with Jesus His “high priestly prayer,” is the
“amen” that we give His peroration? If not, then, in our small and big
ways, let us sow seeds of unity with all Christians and create more
avenues for true collaborative mission in the world. Fr. Bobby Titco

Reflection Question:
Disunity is Christianity’s greatest scandal.

May we be united, Jesus, as You and the Father are united. Heal every
wound of division among those who bear the name “Christian.” Amen.

St. Aquila, pray for us.


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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

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God's Message For You Today, May 19, 2010

19
May
Wednesday
TODAY'S READINGS:

DIDACHE | COMPANION | SABBATH
DIDACHE

DEATH WISH

“I do not ask that you take them out of the world but that you keep
them from the evil one.” – John 17:15

When I first became a Christian, I wanted to die, literally. I saw no
point in continuing to live and be vulnerable to sin when I could be
with God in heaven as promised by Jesus. But then years went by and
I’m still alive and well. So I decided that since I cannot be in
heaven now, I might as well find ways to be closer to God here on
earth. I started serving in church as a member of the choir. I shared
my faith and gave hope to discouraged friends. I sought to purify
myself by leading my thoughts to God even as I struggle with the daily
realities of living in a material world.
          Little by little, although the longing for God remains, the
yearning to die has waned. And one day, it dawned on me. The kingdom
of heaven may be out of sight for now, but the Kingdom of God is
already here, and I helped establish it.
By living my faith, instead of just dying for it, I brought God closer
to myself and to everyone I shared Him with. I think I may like to
live for many more years, after all. Cecilia Lim (cez_lim@yahoo.com)

REFLECTION:
God sent us into this world to help establish His Kingdom. What can
you do to help?

Holy Father, protect me as I complete my journey to heaven.


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COMPANION

1st READING

While Paul is concerned for his communities, I am sure he knows that
it is the Holy Spirit who is the key for their ongoing strength and
development. If we build on our own abilities and strengths, we will
eventually falter and fail; if we build in the power of the Holy
Spirit, we will be successful beyond our wildest dreams.

Acts 20:28-38
28 At Miletus, Paul spoke to the presbyters of the Church of Ephesus:
“Keep watch over yourselves and over the whole flock of which the Holy
Spirit has appointed you overseers, in which you tend the church of
God that he acquired with his own blood. 29 I know that after my
departure savage wolves will come among you, and they will not spare
the flock. 30 And from your own group, men will come forward
perverting the truth to draw the disciples away after them. 31 So be
vigilant and remember that for three years, night and day, I
unceasingly admonished each of you with tears. 32 And now I commend
you to God and to that gracious word of his that can build you up and
give you the inheritance among all who are consecrated. 33 I have
never wanted anyone’s silver or gold or clothing. 34 You know well
that these very hands have served my needs and my companions. 35 In
every way I have shown you that by hard work of that sort we must help
the weak, and keep in mind the words of the Lord Jesus who himself
said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ ” 36 When he had
finished speaking he knelt down and prayed with them all. 37 They were
all weeping loudly as they threw their arms around Paul and kissed
him, 38 for they were deeply distressed that he had said that they
would never see his face again. Then they escorted him to the ship.

P S A L M

Psalm 68:29-30, 33-35a, 35bc-36ab
R: Sing to God, O kingdoms of the earth.
28 [29] Show forth, O God, your power. the power, O God, with which
you took our part; 29 [30] for your temple in Jerusalem let the kings
bring you gifts. (R) 32 [33] You kingdoms of the earth, sing to God,
chant praise to the Lord 33 [34] who rides on the heights of the
ancient heavens. Behold, his voice resounds, the voice of power 34
[35] “Confess the power of God!” (R) Over Israel is his majesty; his
power is in the skies. 35 [36] Awesome in his sanctuary is God, the
God of Israel; he gives power and strength to his people. (R)

G O S P E L

Jesus reminds us that He has consecrated us in the truth to the
Father. This means that all the promises offered in the Scriptures are
ours to receive if we are willing to place our trust, faith and hope
in them. This is an incredible gift and truth. More than just
reflecting upon these promises of God, we should start living them to
the full.

11 Lifting up his eyes to heaven, Jesus prayed, saying: “Holy Father,
keep them in your name that you have given me, so that they may be one
just as we are. 12 When I was with them I protected them in your name
that you gave me, and I guarded them, and none of them was lost except
the son of destruction, in order that the scripture might be
fulfilled. 13 But now I am coming to you. I speak this in the world so
that they may share my joy completely. 14 I gave them your word, and
the world hated them, because they do not belong to the world any more
than I belong to the world. 15 I do not ask that you take them out of
the world but that you keep them from the evil one. 16 They do not
belong to the world any more than I belong to the world. 17 Consecrate
them in the truth. Your word is truth. 18 As you sent me into the
world, so I sent them into the world. 19 And I consecrate myself for
them, so that they also may be consecrated in truth.”
1 Samuel 9-12
my reflections
t h i n k : All the promises offered in the Scriptures are ours to
receive if we are willing to place our trust, faith and hope in them.

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SABBATH

CONSECRATED IN THE TRUTH

In His encounter with the scribes, Pharisees and elders of the people,
Jesus saw so much hypocrisy and fiddling around with the truth.
Disgusted with their self-righteousness, Jesus openly condemned them,
calling them hypocrites, whitewashed tombs and brood of vipers. Jesus
did not want His disciples to be anything like them. He does not want
any of us, His present-day disciples, to be hypocrites, self-righteous
and liars as well. In the Gospel today, Jesus consecrates us, His
disciples then and now, in the truth.
What does it mean to be consecrated in the truth?
First, to be consecrated in the truth means to love the truth always.
A lover of truth always seeks the truth, promotes the truth and
defends the truth at all cost.
Second, to be consecrated in the truth means to know the truth.
Seeking, promoting and defending the truth require knowing the truth.
Third, to be consecrated in the truth means to live by the truth. It
is not enough to know the truth; we must be truthful, too.
In the First Reading today, St. Paul warns the Christians in Ephesus
against fierce wolves as he bids them farewell. He knows that when he
is gone, men will be “coming forward with a travesty of truth on their
lips to induce the disciples to follow them.” These men, whom St. Paul
calls “fierce wolves,” will have no mercy on the flock. Such men (and
women) still prowl around like a roaring lion and, as St. Peter
describes them in one of his epistles, looking for someone to devour.
They are the best examples of what it means to not be consecrated in
the truth and they continue to gain allies until today. It is for this
reason that Jesus sends His Spirit. The Holy Spirit guides unto all
truth. Teaching and reminding all that Jesus said, the Holy Spirit is
the Advocate against “fierce wolves” and the Paraclete who aids
fidelity to the truth.
By virtue of our baptism, we have been consecrated in the truth. With
the Holy Spirit in our hearts, let us live according to this
consecration. Jesus prays for us in the Gospel today; let us grant Him
His prayer. Fr. Bobby Titco

Reflection Question:
Baptism consecrated me to the truth. Am I really truthful?

Pour upon me, Jesus, Your gift of truthfulness. May I not only know
the truth. Make me always truthful, too. Amen.

Blessed Alcuin, pray for us.


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Valle Verde Country Club

Preacher: Obet Cabrillas

Quezon City

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Convention Hall, Bureau of Soils, Visayas Ave., Q.C.

Preacher: Eng Si

South

Sunday

11:00 a.m - 12:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Cinema 10, Festival Mall, Alabang
Preacher: Arun Gogna

Rizal
Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.                      Valley Fair,
Taytay,Rizal                             Preacher: Pio Espanol

Bustos

Sunday 2:30 p.m - 5:30 p.m.

San isidro labrador Parish, Liciada, Bustos

Preacher:  Chito Manaois

Ortigas

Monday 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Roofdeck, Prestige Tower,

F. Ortigas Ave., Pasig City
Preacher: Vic Espanol

Makati

Thursday, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

AIM Conference Center, Benavidez cor Paseo de Roxas

Preachers: Randy Borromeo and George Gabriel

Manila

Friday, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Cinema 4, SM Manila (near City Hall), Manila
Preacher: Obet Cabrillas

Angeles

1st & 3rd Friday, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Professional Bldg., Angeles University Foundation, Angeles City
                      Preacher: Marvin Tan

Laguna

Saturday, arter the 4:00 pm Mass - 6:30 pm.
2/F Activity Center, Pavillion Mall, Km. 35 San Antonio, Binan, Laguna

Preacher: Hermie Morelos

Marilao

Saturday, 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Letting Go... from YOUNGBLOOD of INQUIRER.net

Youngblood
Letting go

By Fae Cheska Marie Esperas
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 23:51:00 10/30/2009

Filed Under: death notices, mobile phones

LETTING GO is never an easy task, especially when it concerns a thing
given to you by someone you love. Yet there is always a time when you
have to draw things to a close, and when that point comes, it’s all a
matter of acceptance.

My grandmother had this mobile phone which I wanted pretty badly. I
asked her if she could give me the unit but she told me she was using
it for business. A few days later, I lost my own phone, and she gave
me hers, without second thoughts.

“You can have the one I’m using,” she said, referring to the unit I
wanted. “I can use my old phone instead.”

I was delighted upon hearing her decision. I took the phone, examined
its features and took pictures of myself using its high-resolution
camera. She smiled, but before letting go of the phone she told me:
“Promise me you won’t lose that phone.”

After more than a year, however, I got into a tight financial strait
and had to sell the phone for some cash to tide me over for a few
days. I remembered what she told me and, with that in mind, I tried my
best to get a replacement for that phone, only I couldn’t afford to
buy one of the same model.

Months passed. My grandmother fell ill and her health deteriorated
rapidly. I was then staying far from home, and even though my aunt was
there to take care of her, I knew my grandma needed me by her side. I
just didn’t have enough strength to be with her, as each time I heard
her voice on the phone, a part of me died too.

After a few months, one February morning, my grandmother stepped into
the great beyond. She left us nothing but memories in the form of
pictures, letters and reveries. It took time for me to realize that
she had left, and there were times when I felt that she was still
around.

One summer day, I came across in a department store a cell phone
similar to the one she gave me. I just got my salary that day, and I
immediately bought the phone, thinking, finally, I could hold on to my
grandmother’s “legacy.” The unit was reconditioned but it still worked
quite well, and I did my best to take care of it, promising myself
that I won’t lose it for the “second” time. It was also the time when
I was beginning to accept that she was gone, and that her life and
times would only remain a memory in my heart. A part of me was still
hesitant to face the present though, as there were still things that
reminded me of her.

An accident happened one weekend. I was on a beach-outing with friends
when my phone fell into the water. It got soaked, and the technician
said it was beyond fixing as it already had glitches even prior to the
fall. Surprisingly I wasn’t that affected by the loss of the pictures,
files and other things stored in that phone.

Perhaps it was my grandmother’s way of saying I should start to let go.

Fae Cheska Marie Esperas, 23, lives in Tacloban City.

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