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Ating Kabuhayan

Mauna A Kea Seeing each other’s points of views … The Rev. John A.H. Tomoso† In the Acts of the Apostles, we read in Chapter 4, verse 32: “Now the whole group of those who believed were of one heart...

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Gather Make your individual selves “whole” again. The Rev. John A.H. Tomoso† I just returned from a family vacation to the “Twin Cities” of Minneapolis and St. Paul in the state of Minnesota. It is where my wife Susan is...

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Do I Care, Advocate, Act On Behalf of the Poor and Marginalized? The Rev. John A.H. Tomoso† In my reading of the Holy Gospels, it is clear to me we are to advocate for the poor and the marginalized around...

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Extraordinary is Ordinary The Rev. John A.H. Tomoso† In the Church (Liturgical) Year, the current season of prayer and praise is called Ordinary Time. Now, one can certainly argue the point that any time spent with God is “extraordinary.” Nonetheless,...

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Flores de Mayo & the Santa Cruzan Procession The Rev. John A.H. Tomoso† In 1970, the month of May was selected as the month to hold the Barrio Fiesta because of the traditional Flores de Mayo festivals, known throughout the...

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Barrio Fiesta: Beyond Ourselves and Into Each Other The Rev. John A.H. Tomoso † We are about to celebrate the Barrio Fiesta. I’ve always loved to participate in this annual festival of culture, art, music and food; a sensual explosion...

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