I was glad that I got to leave work earlier today than I normally do. Being able to leave work early allowed me to go to Mass. While my family usually goes to Holy Family in Artesia on Sundays, I often go to St. Peter Chanel for daily Mass. St. Peter Chanel is one of … Continue reading “Up”, “In”, and “Out”
Captain America: Civil War and the War within wars [SPOILER ALERT]
Captain America: Civil War has been a blockbuster movie for the past two weeks since its release, enticing the attention of the mass people. The movie has the thrilling graphics, creative narratives, and visual effects to capture the most vivid imaginations of many, especially the young. Perhaps another thing that takes it to the heights … Continue reading Captain America: Civil War and the War within wars [SPOILER ALERT]
Is Hell empty?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmsa0sg4Od4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zpksCSn64k http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ok95AWTuMfs I have recently watched a couple of videos from Vortex, hosted by Michael Voris. As far the topic of this post goes, I’ll let the videos do much of the talking. But basically, Voris criticizes Fr. Barron’s point-of-view on Hell, specifically on whether it’s empty. The element of Fr. Barron’s view which … Continue reading Is Hell empty?
“A Philosophical Thought”
Earlier tonight, I was having a conversation with my Dad on the way back home from Home Depot. Our conversations always tend to go to an interesting direction, to say the least. Well, I'm not going to delve into more personal matters - particularly on the relationship between my Mom and Dad - which was the initial … Continue reading “A Philosophical Thought”
This day, exactly ten years ago, was the day when my life changed. No, actually it was the day when the whole dynamics of my family changed. But since I'm writing this entry, I'll put my own point-of-view of the story and I can't really write this on behalf of everyone in my family. June … Continue reading 6-10-2005
Craig Park – May 27, 2015
I went to this park with my sister, brother-in-law, and nephews. This park is right between Fullerton and Brea, 20 minutes from where we live. It was 20 minutes worth driving, for we truly enjoyed the park. It fell under the 5 star rating in my standards. The park is complete; it has basketball courts, … Continue reading Craig Park – May 27, 2015
“Take Me into your Loving arms”
I have a four month old nephew who is very adorable. Everyone in my family loves him because of how cute he is. He is slowly but surely becoming more irresistible as he grows day by day. I just feel good every time I cradle him into my arms and it’s always a feel good … Continue reading “Take Me into your Loving arms”