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Advent is Here!

30 Nov 2019

Do you know that Christmas is not yet here?  Yes we know that the Christmas season is the longest season (and the most favorite) celebrated in the Philippines.  Still, it is good to note that December 1st marks the Advent Season and Christmas only begins on the eve of December 25th and ends on the Baptism of the Lord Jesus which falls on January 12, 2020.

Advent is a time of preparation.  It is preparing ourselves not only for the coming of Christmas when we remember Jesus coming as a man to save the whole world from sin but to remember to Jesus promised to come again, this time as King of the whole universe.

We can view this season as a fun time to spend with family and friends but in a deeper way, we are invited by the whole Christian Church to commemorate this time as a time of grace and blessing.

Let's get into Advent the way the early Christians did.  How?  Let(s prepare for Jesus' coming.  Anyone can do it!  

We have compiled a list of FREE resources online for you to have the best, most blessed Advent and Christmas season ever!

Check out the great list of talk shows we listen to as well (bottom of the list).

One Touch App

Just for Filipinos (and everyone else), made by Filipinos, One Touch App has everything.  We love this app!  It's totally FREE and has songs, stories, video testimonies, bible reflections and so much more! You can also ask for prayers and a whole lot of stuff!  Get it today!

Pray More Advent Retreat 2019
Sign up to get 16 audio and video presentations, reflective study guides, 4 speakers and reminders sent to your inbox!

With François de Sainte-Marie,
communing in the life of grace with Mary
Carmelite Retreat Online Advent 2019

Prepare yourself for Christmas with the Discalced Carmelite Friars of Paris and Austria.   You get e-mailed reflections so you don't forget.

*Discalced means "denoting or belonging to one of several strict orders of Catholic friars or nuns who go barefoot or are shod only in sandals."  -

St. Paul Center Advent Reflections
by Scott Hahn

Get author and theologian Scott Hahn's reflections in your inbox 1x a week.


Just want to listen?

These are highly recommended resources for your listening pleasure during this season and always.

Which one do you like best?  Let us know in the comments below.  We hope you have the most wonderful season!
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