Years before 1949, plans for a school were presented by a Jesuit to his congregation in Manila.  What was introduced then was a master plan with Envisioned more than 50 years ago, the proposal to build included a church that remained on paper for several decades. In the meantime, the school grew into a well-established university from where thousands have graduated and moved on. It was in the 90’s when major steps to execute the vision of the church finally took a more definite direction.Today, the Church of the Gesu stands as a religious icon that embodies the ideals of the Ateneo de Manila University. The church is a new and spacious structure located within the heart of the campus. This house of worship was conceived to symbolize everything the Ateneo has aspired to be and do - as Filipino, as Jesuit, and as Christian/Catholic.1 READ MORE

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In this age of GPS (global positioning satellites), we seldom turn to the stars anymore to lead us to where we are going. Admittedly, our smartphone is enough of a locational tool to get us to where we are headed, assuming our destination is just her
The opening Antiphon for today, the Third Sunday of Advent, says: “Gaudete in Domino semper,” “Rejoice in the Lord always”. So today is called Gaudete Sunday, a Sunday of Rejoicing.  The call to rejoicing is echoed in our Second Reading from The
Simbanggabi 2017 sa Gesu Christmas Eve Mass December 24, Saturday Fr. Jose Ramon T. Villarin, SJ 8:00 pm
We are called to wait during this season of Advent starting today. But we all know that waiting is never fun, not chill. Imagine being stuck in traffic even with Waze or rereading old magazines in a dentist’s office. Feel being on the verge of a b
Fr. Romeo J. Intengan S.J. entered the Society of Jesus on 25 April 1970 and was ordained on 27 March 1977.   He was the Provincial Superior of the Society of Jesus in the Philippines from 1998 to 2004.   The wake is
God’s word to us today is simple and clear: we are to be hospitable to those God sends to our life.   From the old French, the word “hospitable” itself means “to receive a guest”, to play host to someone who comes to us from out