Opinion

Eucharistic presence

Yesterday’s celebration used to be called the feast of Corpus Christi (the Body of Christ) and is centered on the mystery of the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. The feast of the Eucharist is primarily celebrated, of course,

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Particularly challenging

The Reuters Institute recently reported that the depressing state of the world is leading people to switch off from the news. A survey by the British research group cited the combined impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Russia’s war in Ukraine

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Overhauling energy

The Asian Development Bank recently urged economies in the Asia Pacific to overhaul their energy sector to address the worsening impact of climate change and further the transition into a net-zero future. “The transition to a net-zero future will not

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What is our real treasure?

We need to be clear about what our real treasure is. It’s God. It’s when we achieve the fullness of our humanity. And that can only happen when we ultimately become God’s image and likeness, which is how God wants

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Mobility matters

The 2-year break our society was forced to endure because of the COVID-19 pandemic should have been an opportunity for the people in charge of important things in our country to make improvements. Unfortunately for our archaic and chaotic public

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Towards a green transition?

The Southeast Asia’s Green Economy 2022 report from Massachusetts-based global management consultancy Bain & Co. and Temasek, with contributions from Microsoft, assessed the Philippines as behind its Southeast Asian peers in terms of green transition and climate ambition. The report

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The model prayer

“In praying, do not babble like the pagans, who think that they will be heard because of their many words.” (Mt 6,7) With these words, Christ is telling us to be wary of the dangers of the way we pray.

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Unseen crisis?

The 2022 State of the World Population Report by the United Nations Population Fund defined “unintended pregnancy” as one “that occurs to a woman who was not planning to have any [more] children, or that was mistimed, in that it

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All for the glory of God

We have to make sure that everything we do is done for God’s glory. We have to be most careful of our tendency to do some good things that are meant in the end to glorify ourselves, rather than to

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