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Man, Boy, Bible… Paperblog Pick in Religion

A Man, a Boy, and a Bible…

I love the way God shows up in ways we least expect. This morning is another McDonald’s morning. As my system is coming out of chemo effects, the stomach was asking for pancakes an... Read more

Laguna Heritage Churches Part Lumban, Pagsanjan, Pila Paperblog Pick in Religion

Laguna Heritage Churches Part 2: Lumban, Pagsanjan, and Pila

The Franciscan order, founded by St. Francis of Assisi, came to the Philippines on a group of 15 friars in 1578. They henceforth began to evangelize Laguna, Morong, Tayabas, and... Read more

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    Man, Boy, Bible…

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    The 28 May 2011 by   Cris
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  • Good Fruit

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