The Church as Communion: Gift from God and Call to love

The Church as Communion: Gift from God and Call to love

Ongoing Formation Series (OGF) AY 2017-2018 Talk 1

From the moment of its birth, communion was meant to be a mark of the Church. It is after all as Vatican II clearly taught, the People of God. It is not an edifice or building but “the people loved by God and called into a communion of life and love with Him and with one another.” Speaking on the Church as Communion, Professor of Dogmatic Theology Fr. Anthony Nguyen, SDB began the OGF Series this year….

Hope Remains: Helping Families Displaced by Natural Calamities

Hope Remains: Helping Families Displaced by Natural Calamities

As Typhoon Nina (international name: Nock-Ten) weakens and exits the Philippine area of responsibility tonight, thousands of homes have been devastated, and hundreds of thousands of people affected at what should be a joyful time of the year. It is one of the strongest typhoons to hit the country after Yolanda (international name: Haiyan), which left thousands dead, and a great many families displaced.

The plight of families displaced by natural calamities was discussed in the last session of the Ongoing Formation Series (OGF) for 2016, Accompanying Families Today in the spirit of Amoris Laetitia at Don Bosco Center of Studies (DBCS) last December 12.

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