“The watches I wear have a spring inside of them, and the spring creates tension. The built up tension is what makes the watch work. It reminds me of the tension I have in my own life, the tension between sanctity and sinfulness. The tension enables the watch to do what it’s supposed to do. […]

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When I was a little kid I played soccer, like every other kid in Spain. But I was tall. People often asked me, ‘why don’t you play basketball?’ Eventually, I made the leap into basketball, and began to take my training seriously. A year later I was chosen to play with the Real Madrid team, […]

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“Boards don’t always want to cooperate, they’re not like plastic. When you cut plastic it’s exactly the way you want it, without knots or cracks. Dealing with the knots and imperfections takes patience. With parenting, it’s similar to woodworking, there has to be patience. Since launching the business, our parents have played a big role. […]

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It was 1949, in Denver Colorado, during the Polio epidemic when Mary Jane was stricken with bulbar polio, at that time a deadly disease. She was placed in a large machine called an “iron lung” that helped her to breathe and stay alive. Despite the doctors best efforts, the iron lung was shut off on […]

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Fr. Domie De Guzman’s journey of faith began when his parents dedicated him to God on the altar table just after being baptized as a baby. As a young man, Domie became a student of AB Journalism, but became sick during his studies, which made him stop and think whether he was following God’s plan […]

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Connect with FOCUS “The Lives of the Saints” provide us with inspiration to always SEEK Jesus Christ. Everyday, we have a chance to interact with stories, real people, who are pursuing a friendship with Jesus, like the Saints. Through these modern day stories and friendships in the real world, we are able to strive together […]

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How do Millennials live out their faith online? There are many ways of doing this, and one specific example is Dani, a Law and Economics student studying in Madrid, Spain. His faith journey really started in 2011 when he walked the Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrimage following in the footsteps of St. James, the […]

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For millennial Catholics, the call to lead authentic lives in the real world and the digital world continues to become more important. As most of our activities and interactions today depend on the digital world, It is healthy to examine and reflect on our own spiritual life before we post content about our lives. Watch […]

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Archbishop of Manila and Caritas Internationalis President: H.E. Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, gives his thoughts on how to cultivate a culture of encounter and hope, especially for persons with disabilities which leads to the Eucharist as its source. Oftentimes the poor, people with disabilities, and those who are labeled as the least and the last […]

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This is a story we wanted to film for years. We were about to film with the storyteller, Ursula, but then the car accident happened. Considering the difficult circumstances, we had to wait a few more years before we could finally film her story. The suffering that Ursula and her family have experienced over the […]

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