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Sunday, January 15, 2012
Feast of Santo Niño

Isang taon na rin ang nakaraan simula ng simulan kong gumawa ng gabay ng mga kanta sa Misa. Iilan sa inyo ay masasabi kong naging kaibigan ko na rin dahil sa blog na ito. Gaya nina Ate Nini ng Trento, Agusan del Sur, Duffy Mark Cabanas ng Pampanga, Juyjuy Libang ng Davao City at ni Kuya Troy Fredrick Lim ng Cavite. Masasabi kong naging matagumpay itong apostolado ko dahil iilan sa inyo ay nag-email at nagpahayag ng pasasalamat sa ginawa kong ito. Nakatataba po ng puso iyon. Minsan ay tinatamad akong gumawa nito pero iniisip kung nag-aantay kayo sa mga post ko na siyang nagbibigay lakas sa akin para ipagpatuloy ito.

            Hindi naman lingid sa inyo ang karamdaman ko at ipinagpasalamat ko ang mga dasal na inialay n’yo sa akin gaya ni Ate Norma ng Cagayan de Oro. Salamat po. Sana nga po ay tuluyan na akong gagaling. Ipagdasal po ninyo na sana’y makaipon na ako ng halagang kinakailangan ko para sa aking Colonoscopy sa darating na Marso (kung papalarin). Maraming salamat po uli sa inyong lahat. Sana’y magkaroon pa ako ng maraming kaibigan dito,

            Heto na po ang aking mga suhestiyong kanta para sa darating na linggo… Viva! Pit Señor!

Entrance:
1.      Lungsod nga Balaan
2.      Kon Magkatigum Ta
3.      Saulogon ta Karon
4.      Pagmamahal sa Panginoon (Hontiveros)
5.      Halina at Lumapit (Habito)
6.      Magnificat (Haas)
7.      Come with Praise (Schutte)

Kyrie:
1.      O Ginoo Kaloy-I Kami (Fernandez)
2.      Ginoo Kaloy-I Kami
3.      Panginoon Maawa Ka (Francisco)
4.      Lord, Have Mercy (Francisco-Reyes)

Gloria:
1.      Himaya sa Dios (Cinches)
2.      Himaya sa Dios (Hontiveros)
3.      Papuri sa Dios (Francisco-Reyes-Torres)
4.      Glory to God (Francisco-Agatep)

First Reading:
Isaiah 9:1-6
Son is given 

1. The people who walk in darkness have seen a great light
2. A light has dawned on those who live in the land of shadow and death.
3. For the yoke of their burden…
4. For a child is born to us.

Responsorial Psalm:
Psalm 97:1-6
All the ends of the earth have seen the saving power of God. 

Second Reading:
Ephesians 1:3-6, 15-18 Blessings in Jesus

1. Blessed be God, the Father of Christ Jesus our Lord
2. …to be His sons and daughters through Jesus Christ
3. May the God of Christ Jesus ou Lord, the Father of Glory, reveal himself to you and give you a spirit of wisdom
4. May He enlightens your inner version

Alleluia:
  1. Aleluya, Lamdag Ka
  2. Salamat Sa Dios (Hontiveros)
  3. Aleluya Kami ay Gawin Mong Daan (Francisco)
  4. Thy Words
  5. Seek Ye First

Gospel:
Mark 10:13-16 or Matthew 18:1-5, 10 Like a child

1. Let the children come to Me
2. The kingdom of God belong to such as these

Reflection/Homily by Fr. Jessie:

Today, we celebrate the Feast of Sto. Niňo. An image and reality of a Christian God that let him be experienced as a child to teach us a lot of things but let me share two important things to attain eternal life.

First, the Lord teaches us the value of humility.
The world around us tells us that to be great means to be wealthy, well known or popular, to be pretty, to be handsome, to receive a lot of rewards and degrees on one’s field of expertise, etc.. However, the Lord tells us of another thing. To be the greatest is to be humble like a child. To be humble like a child is a prerequisite to eternal life.

Jesus, himself exemplifies this by emptying himself of being God by becoming a man. Why? God’s way of telling our very own consciousness that humility is an important ingredient in becoming great because He is the Greatest. Another thing, humility as an integral factor of seeing the truth that lies within experiences, people and faith. A child surely will tell you who really you are. Quite and simple. Provided this child is beyond the influence of adult that somehow blurred one’s insight to accommodate compromises and malice.

Second, never despise any of these little ones.
Infants and children are symbols of innocence, defenseless, downtrodden, and the have-nots. Despising anyone is not a Christian teaching but to despise any of these little ones will be punished more. It is adding insult to injury. An old friend once told me, despised anyone but never the poor because the little integrity left from them will be taken away. Once the little they have is taken away, they are ready to salvage it whatever might be the cause. They can kill for it. It is scary, huh! This is one of the realities that I have discovered in this little parish who happens to be notorious on killings. Since my arrival, we have prayed for this. We have to be careful, on how and what we say to our fellow man. I believe some of the killings that have occurred here resulted from simple words that somehow or another insulted another person that harbor hatred on their heart.

These two important issues challenges us to deepen our spirituality and enliven our fellowship as Christians.

Jesus is asking us to be child-like not childish. We must humble ourselves not only before God but also before one another. Humility let us see clearly as the child sees the truth in each and everyone of us. We let ourselves be seen as the way God see us.

Despise has many forms.
It is sad to say that there are people who took and are taking opportunity to the defenseless and the downtrodden. Are we, a generation too corrupt to take advantage on the weakness of other men and women. Seeing people taking advantaged of those who are suffering from psychological imbalance. Fooling people knowing that they are nice.

One striking experience, I have encountered, when I went to manila before Christmas. Along the boundary of Laguna and Rizal provinces, I saw many children along the highways asking for alms. Somebody commented, “it is Christmas time, maybe some commuters might pity their situation, one peso or ten is not a burden for somebody to give away for a cause”. (This is just one of the indications of worsening economic situation of the country. I am not against giving. My whole life depends on your generosity). My heart is pumping, would like to burst in anger. Not because of the present economic situation but more on the degradation of one’s integrity initiated by those who should defend most these little ones. Simply, because the parents of these children let them near the highways while cars, jeepneys, buses and trucks passed by endangering their safety. Are we that desperate? Is there nothing left on us that let our children on the brink of physical and moral destruction. Or is this the reality most of us would like to believe? After several minutes, maybe after three towns of Rizal, I saw Barrangay Tanod (Village Police) waving their hands asking also for alms. Well, this is not the worst scenario that one might encounter in this world, but we should not despise any on these “little ones”. Lest by their own parents.

We pray for humility, we pray that we might not despise anyone especially the little ones. We pray that we might have the strength to defend this little once.

Offertory:
  1. Mugna sa Dios
  2. Diyutay Lang Kini
  3. Unang Alay (Magnaye)
  4. Paghahandog ng Sarili (Arboleda-Francisco)
  5. Take our Bread (Wise)
  6. Dwelling Place (Foley)

Sanctus:
  1. Santos (R. Villanueva)
  2. Santo, Santo, Santo (Francisco-Arboleda-Torres)
  3. Holy, Holy, Holy (Dufford-Schutte)

Acclamation:
  1. Si Kristo atong Handumon (Cebuano version of Si Kristo ay Gunitain)
  2. Si Kristo ay gunitain (Ramirez)
  3. Memorial Acclamation (Marcelo-Fenomeno)

Amen:
  1. Amen Pagdaygon ang Dios 
  2. Amen (Francisco-Arboleda-Reyes-Torres)
  3. Amen Alleluia (Bayogos)

Pater Noster:
  1. Amahan Namo
  2. Ama Namin (Francisco-Arboleda-Torres)
  3. Our Father (Pat-Martell)

Doxology:
  1. Kay Imo Man
  2. Sapagkat Sa’yo ang Kaharian (Francisco-Arboleda-Torres)
  3. For The Kingdom

Agnus Dei:
  1. Kordero sa Dios (Pastorella version by Fr. Villanueva)
  2. Kordero ng Diyos (Hontiveros)
  3. Lamb of God (Folk)

Communion:
  1. Ako ang  Kahayag (swak sa first reading)
  2. Kini Maong Akong Lawas (Koro Viannista)
  3. Hesus na Aking Kapatid (Hontiveros)
  4. Halina Lumapit sa Akin (Que, Isidro)
  5. Lead Me Lord (de Pano)
  6. One More Gift (Francisco)

Recessional:
  1. Ang Tawag
  2. Tanda ng Kaharian
  3. All the ends of the Earth (Dufford)

Sana’y makatulong ito sa inyo…. Hala Bira! Viva Señor Santo Niño!

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