When I was a seminarian, I had to study Philosophy for two years. I had conflicting thoughts about almost everything. Philosophy helped me to be more structured and it was a tool that helped me along the years to resolve complicated puzzles in my own life. Most of the time I asked myself the question: Why … Continue reading The Real Presence of the Lord in the Eucharist from a Priest’s perspective
At the moment that I am writing this article, I am thinking of all my friends I have in Mexico City because just a few hours ago a powerful earthquake (7.1) shook the Mexican capital. Just couple of weeks after the earthquake in southern Mexico and about a week after hurricane Irma hit the U.S. … Continue reading What we can learn about Natural Disasters?
On September 11 2001, I was living in Costa Rica when the terrorist attacks happened in U.S. soil. I was a seminarian in the missions and I did not know at the time what the terrorist attacks meant for a superpower. In my country, Venezuela, imperialistic ideas were prevalent when I was little and became … Continue reading On the Occasion of the Anniversary of the September 11 Attacks