Freedom For A Price

Freedom For A Price

I had just finished watching a Korean Drama series in Netflix entitled “Itaewon Class,” and this was one of the lessons that stuck with me: Freedom has a price. For the lead character, the price of his freedom included years in prison, years in manual labor, and years of having...Read more
Reflection, 04.13.2020

Reflection, 04.13.2020

This video will empower women. 🙂 Sharing with you my reflection on the Gospel readings for today. It calls us women to be part of spreading the Good News! April 13, 2020 Readings: 1st Reading: Acts 2:14, 22-33 Responsorial Psalms: Psalms 16:1-2a, 5, 7-11 “Keep me safe, O God; You...Read more
Reflection 04.09.2020

Reflection 04.09.2020

Today is Maundy Thursday.. Usually, our family’s activity revolves around the Holy Week Recollection. But not this year, because of ECQ. Anyway, so there are 2 sets of readings today. There’s one for the Chrism Mass, and another for the remembrance of Jesus washing the feet of His Apostles. I’ll...Read more

Reflection, 04.08.2020

This is a video I made, in reflection of the Gospel for the day. This was taken this morning, but only sharing it now. I reflected on, “What am I giving up Jesus for?” It’s a raw video, no second takes, no make up, and just in my house clothes....Read more
The Lord Knows Everything

The Lord Knows Everything

Ever since this coronavirus related quarantine was enforced, I have seen some people posting about the things they have done for other people. I’ve seen people initiating fund raisers for manufacturing of personal protective equipment (PPEs), surgical masks and gloves, and for food donations for front liners and other people...Read more