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Caritas Mariae Urget Nos

Evangelization has been the primary end, since its foundation, of Radio Caritas Mariae, DWRV 98.3 “The Mother’s Touch”. Through the past twenty-five years since its inauguration, there is a steady growth of its development and expansion: from the humble beginning in Barlin St., Naga to its new home in San Felipe, Naga City with our religious community; from a limited number of the program to a full-blown independent Catholic Broadcasting in the Archdiocese of Caceres; from a handful of volunteers to an exciting community of similar-minded Catholics who pooled together their talents and resources to achieve one goal. But there is still a big room for improvement…but like every initiative, it all boils down to one fundamental obligation every member of the Church is summoned to participate – to Evangelize.

The divine commission of Christ to his disciples to go to the whole world and proclaim the Gospel enters into the essential logic not just of Christ’s redemptive mission but on the most fundamental truth of the human person. It, therefore, takes the form of not just of a moral obligation but of an absolute demand of justice the Church owes to mankind. If the meaning of man is fully revealed to himself by the mystery of incarnation, the proclamation of that same mystery to all peoples becomes more urgent since the absence of that adequate anthropological meaning will lead to the very dehumanization of man. (John Paul II’s Encyclical Redemptor hominis, ASS n.8 (March 4, 1979); Gaudium et Spes, n.22) This is the reason why Christ founded the Church: to be an instrument of salvation and communion with God in whom all creation finds their ultimate reason for existence. Thus, the validity of Christ’s missionary mandate remains not only permanent but it enters into the inner structure of the economy of redemption and salvation. It is an important ingredient without which all human activities will fail to achieve – happiness. This is the reason why St. Paul felt condemned, if possibility permits, but refuse to proclaim the Gospel: “For if I preach the Gospel, I have nothing to boast of, for I am under compulsion; for woe to me if I do not preach the Gospel” (1 Cor. 9:16).

…this is the most important activity we can ever do for humanity – to let them know Christ and follow the Gospel like the Blessed Virgin.
Ave Maria!

– Fr. Martin Mary Fonte, FI

Daily Readings

Wednesday of the Twenty-fifth week in Ordinary Time

At the time of the evening sacrifice, I, Ezra, rose in my wretchedness, and with cloak and mantle torn I fell on my knees, stretching out my hands to the LORD, my God.

Saint of the Day

Saint Lorenzo Ruiz and Companions

Lorenzo was born in Manila of a Chinese father and a Filipino mother, both Christians. Thus he learned Chinese and Tagalog from them, and Spanish from the Dominicans whom he served as altar boy and sacristan.

Homily

"We are called to become FFI. FULL OF and FOOL FOR THE IMMACULATE. WE ARE ALL F F I"
Feast of St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe
Homily of Rev. Fr. Joey D. Gonzaga, SThD

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Daily Readings
Wednesday of the Twenty-fifth week in Ordinary Time
Saint of the Day
Saint Lorenzo Ruiz and Companions
Homily
"We are called to become FFI. FULL OF and FOOL FOR THE IMMACULATE. WE ARE ALL F F I"
Homily of Rev. Fr. Joey D. Gonzaga, SThD