Category Archives: Catholic Reflection

Vincent’s Top 5 Moments of 2017

Last year, I started this website to have an online presence, a digital footprint and as part of my efforts to evangelize. Thanks to this website, I have been convinced at how powerful a digital portfolio can be. From time … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve Mass Complexity (?)

Christmas is only a couple days away. Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday this year. Thouh that may mean a short Advent, there have been many who have been confused about how many Masses they have to attend on December … Continue reading

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Reflecting on God’s Not Dead 1 and 2 and Relativism

Last school year in Grade 11 Law class, the law teacher lent me a movie titled, God’s Not Dead. Just a couple days ago, I managed to stream God’s Not Dead 2 online. Interesting enough, in my grade 10 religion class, … Continue reading

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Meaning Behind a Sweater: Identity

If you have met me in person either outside of school, at Church or just simply outside of home, you’ve likely seen me wearing Chaminade’s black Student Council sweater. I started wearing it after Council members bought one, custom made … Continue reading

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Talking about the Pallium…

On June 29, Pope Francis will bless and give the pallium to new Metropolitan Archbishops to be imposed by the Apostolic Nuncio on their own dioceses. Prior to 2015, the palliums were imposed on Metropolitan Archbishops at St. Peter’s Basilica … Continue reading

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A Catholic’s Call To Serve

As my grade 10 year at Chaminade College School came to a close, I once again ran for Student Council hoping to continue with a third year on the Council for the 2017-2018 school year. I have been involved in … Continue reading

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Looking at the Good Friday Liturgy

The Good Friday Liturgy, known in the Roman Missal as the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion is not a Mass as some people may call it. The bread and wine is not consecrated at this celebration. Before the reform of the Liturgy, … Continue reading

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Why does Lent start on a Wednesday?

Every Liturgical Year, the Church starts the 40 day Lenten journey with the Liturgy of Ash Wednesday. However, a question some Catholics may ask is, “Why does the Church start Lent on a Wednesday? Why not on a Sunday?” Every Sunday … Continue reading

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Vincent’s Top 5 Moments of 2016

2016 is coming to a close and 2017 is opening its door very soon. In the last moments of the year, the Church sings the Te Deum Laudamus (We Praise Thee, O God) to express the Church’s thanksgiving to God for … Continue reading

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