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Saint Paul of the Cross, originally named Paolo Francesco Daneii, was born on 3 January 1694, in the town of Ovada, Piedmont, between Turin and Genoa in the Duchy of Savoy in northern Italy. Paul experienced a conversion to a life of prayer at the age of 19. Influenced by his reading of the "Treatise on the Love of God" by Saint Francis de Sales and the direction he received from priests of the Capuchin Order, it became his lifelong conviction that God is most easily found in the Passion of Christ. Saint Paul of the Cross was beatified on 1 October 1852, and canonized on 29 June 1867 by Blessed Pius IX. Two years later, his feast day was inserted in the Roman calendar, for celebration on 28 April as a Double. In 1962 it was reclassified as a Third-Class feast, and in 1969 it became an optional Memorial and was placed on 19 October, the day after the day of his death, 18 October, which is the feast of Saint Luke the Evangelist.

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198th Birth Anniversary of the Servant of God, Fr. Jules Chevalier

On March 15, 1824, Jean Jules Chevaier was born at Richilieu. He is the son of Jean Charles Chevalier and Louise Ory.

"I have always admired his love for the Heart of Jesus, to whom he consacrated his life, his ardour in promoting the glory of this divine Heart (...)" (Pe. Piperon, msc)


We are delighted to celebrate with our Collegian brother, Ryan James Ramos , a 2rd-year Philosophy student from Poro, Cebu who celebrates his 21st year of existence today.



The Third Sunday of Advent is Gaudete Sunday which takes its name from the first words of the Entrance Antiphon which have for centuries been sung on this day St. Paul's words to the Philippians: "Gaudete-Rejoice in the Lord always. I shall say it again: rejoice!... The Lord is near" (Phil 4:4-5). The quietly joyful rose color used in the Mass fits this ambience.

The Word of the Lord gives us the reason for rejoicing. In the First Reading, Zephaniah declares, "Shout for joy, O daughter Zion... The Lord, your God, is in your midst." In the Second Reading, St. Paul tells the Philippians, "Rejoice! Your be known to all. The Lord is near." The Gospel reading informs us that the people are filled with expectation as they flock to John the Baptist. They are wondering if the Messiah has come, even asking in their hearts if John might even be the one.

The Word of God gives us the reason for gladness: our encounter with the Lord. The Lord is not just near, he is in our midst. He brings with him the Gospel, the "good news" that gladdens the heart. That is why Pope Francis opens his programmatic encyclical letter with this lapidary statement: "The joy of the Gospel fills the hearts and lives of all who encounter Jesus. Those who accept his offer of salvation are set free from sin, sorrow, inner emptiness and loneliness. With joy is constantly born anew" (Evangelii Gaudium, 1).

Pope Francis is not dreaming in the air. He knows that this world remains to be a "valley of tears." He understands the grief of people who have to endure great suffering. But he is also a witness to real joy shown by people who, even amid pressing professional obligations, are able to preserve, in detachment and simplicity, a heart full of faith. All these instances of joy-the Pope observes flow from the infinite love of God, who has revealed himself to us through Jesus Christ (EG, 7).

Joy does not come from possessing all that we desire, from obtaining immediate results, from giving in to the lure of consumerism. Joy does not come from seeking one's own interests, but those of Christ. Joy does not come from isolation, but from a face-to-face encounter with others, with their pain and their pleas, with their joys that affect us. In the Gospel, John the Baptist tells the people to embody their joy and anticipation in their sharing of clothing and food, in refraining from extortion, and in being content with what is due them. In the spirit of John's advice to the people in the Gospel, Pope Francis invites us to practice the "works of mercy" like attending to the needs of the poor and the sick, comforting the afflicted, forgiving offenses, bearing patiently with those who do us ill, and praying for the living and the dead


Our Lady of Guadalupe

This article is about the Mexican Marian title. For the Spanish Marian title, see Our Lady of Guadalupe, Extremadura.
Detail of the face, showing the discoloration on the top part of the head, where a crown is said to have been present at some point, now obscured by an enlarged frame for unknown reasons.
Our Lady of Guadalupe (Spanish: Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe), also known as the Virgin of Guadalupe (Spanish: Virgen de Guadalupe), is a Catholic title of Mary, mother of Jesus associated with a series of five Marian apparitions in December 1531, and a venerated image on a cloak enshrined within the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City. The basilica is the most-visited Catholic shrine in the world, and the world's third most-visited sacred site.
Pope Leo XIII granted the image a decree of a canonical coronation on 8 February 1887 and was Pontifically crowned on 12 October 1895.

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Little is known of the early life of Juan Diego, whose original name was Cuauhtlatoatzin (“the Talking Eagle”). Although he described himself as poor, he may have meant poor in spirit, it has been suggested that he was an Aztec prince. He was married but had no children. When he was 50 years old, he and his wife were among the first indigenous people to accept baptism and convert to Christianity after its introduction to Mexico by Spanish conquistadors and missionaries.

According to tradition, Juan Diego experienced his first vision of the Virgin Mary on December 9, 1531. While on his way to mass, he was visited by Mary, who was surrounded in heavenly light, on Tepeyac Hill on the outskirts of what is now Mexico City. She spoke to him in his native language and asked him to tell the bishop to build a shrine to her on the hill. The bishop did not believe Juan Diego’s story and asked for proof that Mary had appeared to him. On December 12, while searching for a priest to administer last rites to his uncle, Juan Diego was visited by Mary again. He told her of the bishop’s answer, and she instructed him to gather roses and take them to the bishop as a sign. She also informed Juan Diego that his uncle would recover from his illness. Juan Diego found many roses on the hill even though it was winter. When he opened his tilma (cloak) while appearing before the bishop, dozens of roses fell out, and an image of Mary, imprinted on the inside of his cloak, became visible. Having received his proof, the bishop ordered that a church be built on Tepeyac Hill in honour of the Virgin. Juan Diego returned home and found his uncle’s health restored.

For the rest of his life Juan Diego lived in a hut next to the church built in honour of Mary and took care of the pilgrims who came to the shrine. He was buried in the church, and his tilma can still be seen in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. His existence, which had been questioned by Catholics and non-Catholics alike, was confirmed by the Vatican, and Juan Diego was beatified on May 6, 1990, and canonized on July 31, 2002, by Pope John Paul II. Numerous miracles have been attributed to him, and he remains one of the most popular and important saints in Mexico.

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Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception
It is also called Immaculate Conception Day, celebrates the belief in the sinless lifespan and Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary, celebrated on December 8, nine months before the feast of the Nativity of Mary, celebrated on September 8. It is one of the most important Marian feasts in the liturgical calendar of the Roman Catholic Church celebrated worldwide.

By Pontifical decree, it is the patronal feast day of Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Korea, Nicaragua, Paraguay, the Philippines, Spain, the United States, and Uruguay. By royal decree, it is designated as the day honoring the patroness of Portugal. It is celebrated by the Roman Catholic Church and some select Protestant Christian denominations.

Since 1953, the Pope visits the Column of the Immaculate Conception in the Piazza di Spagna to offer expiatory prayers commemorating the solemn event.

The feast was first solemnized as a Holy Day of Obligation[1] on 6 December 1708 under the Papal Bull Commissi Nobis Divinitus[2][3] by Pope Clement XI[4] and is often celebrated with Catholic Mass, parades, fireworks, processions, food, and cultural festivities in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary and is generally considered a Family Day, especially in many pious Catholic countries.

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Saint of the day!

Ambrose of Milan (Latin: Aurelius Ambrosius; c. 340 – 397), venerated as Saint Ambrose,[a] was the Bishop of Milan, a theologian, and one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century.

Ambrose was serving as the Roman governor of Aemilia-Liguria in Milan when he was unexpectedly made Bishop of Milan in 374 by popular acclamation. As bishop, he took a firm position against Arianism and attempted to mediate the conflict between the emperors Theodosius I and Magnus Maximus. Tradition credits Ambrose with promoting "antiphonal chant", a style of chanting in which one side of the choir responds alternately to the other, as well as with composing Veni redemptor gentium, an Advent hymn. He also had notable influence on Augustine of Hippo (354–430).

Western Christianity identified Ambrose as one of its four traditional Doctors of the Church. He is considered a saint by the Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, Anglican Communion, and various Lutheran denominations, and venerated as the patron saint of Milan.

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