Posts by Brodie Lex

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Hope for the Better by Bro. Arnold Basaya

by Brodie Lex

“Hope for the better!” an uncle told his nephew one day when the nephew decided to enter the football team at his school. Hoping for something is an optimistic way of getting or reaching our desire. In this life, we have so many desires; either materially or spiritually, but we have still our flesh attached […]

Why is the Catholic Church Being Attacked?

by Brodie Lex

 It has been prophesied. Matthew 10:22 “You will be hated by all because of my name, but whoever endures to the end will be saved.” (cf. Mk 13:13, Lk 21:8) False prophets will come. Matthew 24: 11 “and many false prophets will appear and deceive many people.” Luke 21:8 “He replied: “Watch out that you are not deceived. […]

CFD Nueva Ecija’s Ian Jay G. Capati Story

by Brodie Lex

Isa akong Katoliko mula pa noong ako ay isilang sa mundong ito. Sa aking paglaki bilang katoliko wala talaga akong nalalaman sa mga gawain ng simbahan. Nagsisimba ako ngunit wala akong nalalaman sa mga nagaganap sa altar. Isang araw tila nagduda ako sa relihiyong kinabibilangan ko. Umattend ako sa pamamahayag ng sektang ito. Napansin ko […]

The 26th Day: A Reflection for the 1st Day of Advent by Alex Bernárd

by Brodie Lex

It’s the first week of advent, a word which means “coming”. This is a time when we prepare for the Solemnity of the Nativity of Our Lord. This is a season when most Christians all over the world proclaim: “maranatha”. And, this is not yet a Christmas season. The Christmas season liturgically begins at the […]

Teaching The Teacher’s Brethren by Alex Bernárd

by Brodie Lex

I am a teacher. Other people of my profession prefer to be called educator, academician, professor, and so on. Students call me “sir”, “mister”, and sometimes, “lodi”. I prefer to be simply called “teacher”, because my Lord and my God is also called Teacher (though I would want to call Him Lordi ;)). As a […]