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    by CK This morning when I woke up, I noticed that some leaves in our tree in the backyard are starting to turn yellow and I told myself, what an early sign.  For sure we have our nice days numbered as Fall is soon approaching.  I love the color of Fall because it feels so refreshing [...]

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Erwinism: The Bogeyman Steps Out of the Closet

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By Erwin Maramat
Memories have a funny way of keeping you awake at night, a good substitute for espresso. They stare at you until sleep grows stale. In one of those episodes, it came to me as a ghost of the past. It took my thoughts by the hand and illuminated a scene long forgotten. I [...]

Revolution of the Heart

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By Consuelo (Chit) E.  Munar
The Catholic Women’s League  Council of Holy Trinity Parish Church held their Lenten Retreat on March 25, 2017 with Fr. Julian Studden, pastor of St. Albert Parish in southeast Calgary as the keynote speaker. He is one of the most sought-after speakers in the Diocese of Calgary. I was very pleased to see  Fr. [...]

Gabay sa buhay

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ni Pastor Amor P. Ruba

Magandang araw po sa inyong lahat mga mahal na kababayan dito sa Calgary. There are people who are asking me to tone down my preaching and my writing. To them what is important is not to preach sin and judgment of God but to preach love and acceptance and happiness. I [...]

Erwinism: Poltergeist

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By Erwin D. Maramat
If soap doesn’t work, maybe, some people ought to wear a diaper on their mouth. As if these creatures just leapt out from the pages of a horror story, they never really have anything good to say but throw F-bombs at everything. We are equipped with a vestibular system that is responsible [...]

Gabay sa Bahay

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by: Pastor Amor P. Ruba
I heard that relationship is the greatest problem in North America because everyone is affected by it. Every family is affected by sibling rivalry, jealousy, pride and by fighting match. Almost every home is affected by divorce – husband and wife engaged in a bitter and nasty divorce. This should not [...]

Warehouse for the Sick

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By: Tigs Tidalgo
A building rose up in the middle of nowhere. Though awkward in location, the new public hospital from a distance showed beauty and style. It has no rival in an open farmland. An empty wide flowers-divided road was purposely built to access the facility from the main highway. It looked impressive as it [...]

Responsibility: The First Step of Learning

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By Consuelo (Chit) E. Munar
The New World Dictionary defines responsibility as a “condition, quality, fact, or instance of being accountable; answerable; able to distinguish between right and wrong, and think and act rationally.”  We tend to think of responsibility as something given to  us by someone who is in a position of authority, such as [...]

Erwinism: Obsidian

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By Erwin Maramat
For Henry and Connie
We are fleeting wisps in the incessant stream of time, and time knows nothing of love, joy, or sorrow as it recklessly sweeps by. Time doesn’t comprehend that love in itself is eternity. The gift of love wipes away the sense of space and time. Love takes root in the [...]

Erwinism: For the Love of Love

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By Erwin D. Maramat

Is love just mere intervention of neurochemicals that govern our drives? We have psychologists performing longitudinal studies on love, but knowing how love works more important than actually loving people? It’s such a tragedy that people are in pursuit of life’s origin without knowing how to live it fully, and to [...]

Gabay sa Buhay

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A pastor quoted this story: “A New England girl had just become engaged when the Civil War broke out. Her fiancé was called into the army, so their wedding had to be postponed. The young soldier managed to get through most of the conflict without injury, but at the Battle of the Wilderness he was [...]

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