Friday, May 21, 2010

Collection of Homilies in Facebook

People who goes to Mass every Sunday surely would like to hear a good Homily. As we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Spirit this Sunday clearly indicates that the Holy Spirit woks in mysterious way but on the other hand it is also the Spirit that will inspire and  give us strength to do our work. we also need to pray and study to be able to understand the Word of God to be communicated and be enliven to the daily lives of our parishioners.

On this regard, we have also to update ourselves of the recent developments on the study of the Holy Scripture. It is commonly accepted that there are things if not totally new are being revealed to us due to the advancement of technology. Present technology give us a more accurate reading of the things that happened to the past such as archeological developments. On such necessity to make ourselves equipped and knowledgeable on the field of homiletics  it is also helpful to compare notes on the matter of content. Though our audience may vary in some degree the very nuclear message might be nearer to each and everyone of us. So, as part of the effort to make things easier especially for the pastors to have the necessary tools. a new page was created in the Facebook called Catholic Homily hoping to find a wide variety of resources to be available to the public specially to the priest worldwide with the help also of the fellow catholic priests worldwide.

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

St. Augustine Page

It was been from some time that contemplating to create a Facebook page on St. Augustine. Due to a hectic schedule it has slowed down the progress.. The Facebook have features on making Official Pages and Community Pages, the introduction does not make any much explanation on this matter except that community pages if proved become popular might be adopted and maintained by Facebook. Facebook pages is no longer a problem because St. Augustine Parish, St. Augustine PPCRV, Diocese of San Pablo and Pondo ng Pinoy sa San Pablo is already there.

Navigating the pages has proved only that no difference between the two at all except as what was mentioned earlier. However, there is just a difficulty in uploading the photos, or just the servers are clogged.

This page is humbly dedicated in honor of this great saint who help shape the Roman Catholic Church and other Christian churches. St. Augustine of Hippo.

Here is the Facebook Page.

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