Sunday, August 30, 2009


Oh yeah!
Finally my own song.
Pasensiya na sa boses
tutal demo lang naman ito.

Words and Music: C2CD
Listen HERE or from the sidebar

Staring up the sky
And wondering why
You’ve given up your life.
For someone unworthy as I am.

My hands are lifted high
With tears in my eyes
Ready to shout for joy
And sing you praises all my days

PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re the King of Kings
PRAISE YOU JESUS! King of all Creation
PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re King of the Universe
PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re Ruler of all Nations
PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re Lord of Lords
PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re the Almighty
PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re the Christ
PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re Christ the King
PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re the Bright Morning Star
PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re the Lamb of God
PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re our Champion and Shield
PRAISE YOU JESUS! … (1 2 sawa)


PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re my Savior and Redeemer
PRAISE YOU JESUS! You’re my Lord and my God

END fading:

…Staring up the sky
…Now I know why!

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

The One True Faith


Fellow domer and professional Catholic Michael Voris is at it again -- Season 6 of The One True Faith is now online! This is a no-holds-barred approach to explaining the faith, and not for the faint of heart.

Without further ado (HT: Dave)...

The One True Faith Podcasts

The One True Faith is Saint Michael's Media's weekly television program which showcases the truths of the Catholic faith in a lively and exciting manner, presented by multiple Emmy-award winner Michael Voris. Michael tackles a single topic each week, explaining the Catholic faith in an exciting and engaging manner.

We have made episodes of The One True Faith available as Podcasts. Click the links below to play the Podcasts, or right-click and select "Save As" to download them to your computer. In addition to podcasts of The One True Faith we have a number of other podcasts

Season Six

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Monday, August 3, 2009


Title: Oh Some Moments! Reflections, Experiences,
Stories, Thoughts Collection 1 & 2
Artist: Fr. Jerry M. Orbos

1. The Matchbox 2. Joy Again 3. One Little Rose 4. Love Again 5. Pray Again 6. How To Have Peace? 7. H-E-A-R-T 8. Nguess Who 9. KISS 10. Christ The King 11. Are You Depressed? 12. There Is A God 13. All Right 14. One Dollar 15. Missed Train-Hello16. Twins-Minus One 17. Elevator 18. Electric Chair 19. Last 3 Words 20. Tanoy 21. Sale 22. Holy Water 23. Lawyer & Doctor 24. Christmas 25. Never Enough 26. Life Is Beautifuls 27. Hold on 4H's 28. Husband's Burial

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Saturday, August 1, 2009

The "WORD" is ALIVE!

... through...

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“You are my diamond”.

This was Mama’s words imparted during my 18th birthday "and remembering that moment reassures me of her unwavering love whenever I know I did something horrific in my flawed existence.

When I was six, I’ve thought of her as a goddess. My face would be covered with her lipstick and I would sneak down to her shoe rack to get on her stillettos, wanting to be just like her. Our bonding started early as I tagged along wherever she went (shopping, parties, weddings, or date with her girlfriends). I would cry incessantly when I don’t see her shadow within a short distance. I would be scared at night if she doesn’t hold me as I sleep.

That was the way things were until I reached puberty, and suddenly she became the most inconsiderate, insensitive, clueless mortal in the universe . . . but I couldn’t stay away no matter how I tried. The focal point of our interaction in the next five years constituted of introverted expressions such as, “I’m fine” or “I’m doing good” or “Will my allowance be raised next semester?”

And then, somewhere between my teens and my twenties, she became my best friend again. Because, in my junior year in college, I got pregnant. That phase probably intensified our relationship more than anything else "just the two of us in a depressing situation. Of course, Papa also helped me through what was a frightful year "yet knowing that I tainted their reputation as good leaders in a Christian community. They were censured, scorned, and ridiculed because of my unworthiness to be called their daughter.

I’ve struggled through my writings to inform others to stop blaming my family for the circumstances I chose to tread on. They did not decide this path for me. We are all outlaws of our time and are made from original sin and it is only by the grace of God if one should enter the gates of heaven. One’s frequent attendance to various religious activities does not buy their way out of hell and no human has the right to condemn any one of his brothers or sisters to a lifetime of unhappiness.

Having been given the permission to be myself was the best gift she gave me, no matter how painful the learning process seemed to understand my purpose. Nevertheless, my connection with my mother has become fuller as we went through more turmoils in my quest for independence. She has always been my fortitude in all the successes I’ve gained, and all the frustrations I’ve moved forward to as I turned into the woman I am now. My passion for all that I’ve fought for was primarily influenced by her.

Be self-reliant and determined is what women are told to be these days, and it’s good but at the end, it all comes down to our mother who is the compass we need to enjoy a gratifying lifestyle. Like all other women, I grew up with my energy turned toward men, seeking that formidable unconditional love I read in novels and saw in the movies. But I have later realized that the original love relationship is woven within a mother . . . when I became a mother as well.

That’s how my Mama nurtured me, and I hope that’s something that I’ll be able to give my children someday too

Read article from here Women's Journal

IHS - August 2009



Jesus brought Peter, James and John up Mount Tabor and there was transfigured. This was a crucial point the disciples' faith journey. Peter even exclaim "Lord, how good it is that we are here!".

Our life is about a daily journey of loving to deepen our belief in Christ, such that we don't only profess to know Him, but have also learned to love him, and have likewise sought to respond to this love by serving Him in this world.

It is faith that unlocks, within us, a total response to Christ's presence. Our daily stride is about keeping faithful, not achieving perfection. Only God is perfect. He does not expect us to be that. But what God knows that we can do and give, is to be faithful, to rise again, and walk after every fall. He knows that our following Him is difficult and challenging, strewn into many incongruences, pitfalls, and shortcomings.

Because we believe, we are hopeful. Because we believe, we are confident. Because we believe, we are expectant.

Our prayer is that, as Christ had exhorted us to be as children and believe, we too come to truly believe.

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