“Discipleship is basically described as ‘sitting at the feet of the Master’; listening to his every word to easily remember them, to watch his face to memorize each line and, to familiarize with the tone of his voice and the mannerisms of his body. The disciple can then teach the very ideas of the Master, can embody his spirit so that when on his own the vision of the Master can be transferred to another because the disciple has become a master. A disciple is like a student and a soldier personified in one. As a soldier is expected to work, act, fight and execute the will of his commander to the best of his ability so a Catholic is called upon to do his best in everything that he does for self, family, nation and God.” – Fr. Abe Arganiosa
THE PRIEST IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE LAMB By Rev. Fr. Abe P. Arganiosa One element that makes the Easter Sunday Liturgy unique is the singing of the Sequence Victimae Paschali Laudes which is a paean to the Risen Christ as the Triumphator over Satan. That ancient hymn has something more besides the Proclamation of […]
The priests are sharing in the priesthood of God who is the source of all holiness so that in turn they can sanctify the people. Our priests are fountains sharing from the single Well-spring of Salvation that is why the Church sings from generation to generation: “Thou shall draw waters with joy out of the saviour’s fountains” [Is 12:3 Douay-Rheims].