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The Official Page of the Diocesan Commission on Youth - Diocese of Malaybalay This is the home page of the Young People of Bukidnon (BukYo)
who offered their time for the service of the Church,
volunteered to help the young,
evangelized the Good news of Christ, and
shared their skills and talents for the Glory of God.

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24/09/2021

September 24, 2021 | Memorial of Saint Pius of Pietrelcina, Priest

Gospel: Luke 9:18-22

Once when Jesus was praying in solitude, and the disciples were with him, he asked them, “Who do the crowds say that I am?” They said in reply, “John the Baptist; others, Elijah; still others, ‘One of the ancient prophets has arisen.'” Then he said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter said in reply, “The Christ of God.” He rebuked them and directed them not to tell this to anyone. He said, “The Son of Man must suffer greatly and be rejected by the elders, the chief priests, and the scribes, and be killed and on the third day be raised.”

Reflection:

How would you see me? To other people, I might be caring, friendly and pleasant, but others express their aversion towards me. Those who barely know me would simply figure it out from what they hear from their companions.

"Who do the crowds say that I am?" Jesus asked. What would you answer Him? Have you ever thought about that? Aside from knowing that He is the Savior, the Son of God, what else do we know? Aside from the great things that we heard about Him, what else can we say?
With an explicit reply, God told His followers on how He will endure and how His own kin will betray Him and on the third day be raised. All of these are equitable to save humankind from their wrongdoings.

To make up for our sins, God's Anointed Son must suffer and die. In order for God's mission of redemption to be completed, Jesus taught His disciples that the Messiah would have to suffer and die. When the disciples first heard these words, they were completely taken aback (surprised). What a contrast between God's thoughts and ours.

Jesus broke the powers of sin by humiliation, suffering, and death on the cross, and earned eternal life and liberation for us from the slavery of sin and the oppression of our enemy - Satan - the father of lies and the deceiver of humankind.
We, too, are a part of Jesus Christ's mission and victory.
If we wish to share in Jesus' victory, we must also pick up our cross and follow Him wherever He goes. What is the daily "cross" that you and I must bear? When my will clashes with God's; His will must be followed.

Knowing Jesus Christ is to understand the greatness of His victory on the cross: When He overcame sin and - through His resurrection - conquered death. The Holy Spirit bestows on every one of us the abilities and strength we require to live as God's sons and daughters. The Holy Spirit gives us faith to know Lord Jesus personally as our Redeemer, as well as the power to faithfully live the Gospel and the bravery to preach to others about the Gospel's joy, truth, and freedom.

Who do you think I am? – Jesus.

September 24, 2021 | Memorial of Saint Pius of Pietrelcina, Priest

Gospel: Luke 9:18-22

Once when Jesus was praying in solitude, and the disciples were with him, he asked them, “Who do the crowds say that I am?” They said in reply, “John the Baptist; others, Elijah; still others, ‘One of the ancient prophets has arisen.'” Then he said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter said in reply, “The Christ of God.” He rebuked them and directed them not to tell this to anyone. He said, “The Son of Man must suffer greatly and be rejected by the elders, the chief priests, and the scribes, and be killed and on the third day be raised.”

Reflection:

How would you see me? To other people, I might be caring, friendly and pleasant, but others express their aversion towards me. Those who barely know me would simply figure it out from what they hear from their companions.

"Who do the crowds say that I am?" Jesus asked. What would you answer Him? Have you ever thought about that? Aside from knowing that He is the Savior, the Son of God, what else do we know? Aside from the great things that we heard about Him, what else can we say?
With an explicit reply, God told His followers on how He will endure and how His own kin will betray Him and on the third day be raised. All of these are equitable to save humankind from their wrongdoings.

To make up for our sins, God's Anointed Son must suffer and die. In order for God's mission of redemption to be completed, Jesus taught His disciples that the Messiah would have to suffer and die. When the disciples first heard these words, they were completely taken aback (surprised). What a contrast between God's thoughts and ours.

Jesus broke the powers of sin by humiliation, suffering, and death on the cross, and earned eternal life and liberation for us from the slavery of sin and the oppression of our enemy - Satan - the father of lies and the deceiver of humankind.
We, too, are a part of Jesus Christ's mission and victory.
If we wish to share in Jesus' victory, we must also pick up our cross and follow Him wherever He goes. What is the daily "cross" that you and I must bear? When my will clashes with God's; His will must be followed.

Knowing Jesus Christ is to understand the greatness of His victory on the cross: When He overcame sin and - through His resurrection - conquered death. The Holy Spirit bestows on every one of us the abilities and strength we require to live as God's sons and daughters. The Holy Spirit gives us faith to know Lord Jesus personally as our Redeemer, as well as the power to faithfully live the Gospel and the bravery to preach to others about the Gospel's joy, truth, and freedom.

Who do you think I am? – Jesus.

Padre Pio Mysteriously Visits Child With Leukemia: The Little-Known Visions of an Anglican Boy - 23/09/2021

Padre Pio Mysteriously Visits Child With Leukemia: The Little-Known Visions of an Anglican Boy -

As we approach this incredible saint's feast day, let us turn to his powerful intercession! St. Padre Pio, please pray for us! 🙏 #Catholic #faith #PadrePio #miracle #prayers #powerful #Christianity

Padre Pio Mysteriously Visits Child With Leukemia: The Little-Known Visions of an Anglican Boy - What an amazing story! 😱 St. Padre Pio, pray for us! 🙏

22/09/2021

September 23, 2021 | Memorial of Saint Pius of Pietrelcina, Priest

Gospel – Luke 9:7-9

Herod the tetrarch heard about all that was happening, and he was greatly perplexed because some were saying, “John has been raised from the dead”; others were saying, “Elijah has appeared”; still others, “One of the ancient prophets has arisen.”

But Herod said, “John I beheaded. Who then is this about whom I hear such things?” And he kept trying to see Him.

Reflection:

Guilt can be a terrible thing! In the gospel today, the first verse described King Herod’s feeling as “greatly perplexed” – mystified, puzzled, bewildered, TERRIFIED! He was terrified! If we try to recall, Herod was having an affair with his brother’s wife and John rebuked him for it. In return, he beheaded John. Then, he heard about all that was happening. Some people believed it was John, risen from the dead. Now, what could be more terrifying to a killer than knowing that the man he killed rose again and continued making a word in town?

The gospel was beautifully wrapped with a verse that illustrated Herod's response to the situation – “And he kept trying to see Him.” How come Herod can’t see Christ when he preaches and performs miracles on streets openly?

Sin, shame and guilt block us from seeing Christ. They prevent us from connecting to Christ. John the Baptist called people to repentance to prepare them for Christ but…. Herod killed him.

How can you find Christ when you kill the person who is preparing you for Him?
We can be like Herod, too. Sometimes, we kill people who opened our hearts to Christ by sinning all over again. And in result, we develop shame and guilt that consume us. This is not how God wants us to rebuild. He wouldn’t let us be defined by our guilt or our past sins and mistakes. God assures us of renewed spirits. In Isaah 1:18, it was said, “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like wool.” We can always choose to open our hearts to Christ by purifying ourselves – trying hard to prevent ourselves from sinning and forgiving ourselves of past sins, which means letting go of the chains of shame and guilt that we locked ourselves with. You are forgiven. You are loved. You deserve to be forgiven and loved by yourself.

I honestly couldn’t find the words to properly end this reflection, but I know the word of God can:
“If we walk in the light as he is in the light, then we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of his Son Jesus cleanses us from all sin…. If we acknowledge our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive our sins and cleanse us from every wrongdoing. – John 1: 7,9
May His word and PEACE, LOVE and protection be with you all. Keep safe!

September 23, 2021 | Memorial of Saint Pius of Pietrelcina, Priest

Gospel – Luke 9:7-9

Herod the tetrarch heard about all that was happening, and he was greatly perplexed because some were saying, “John has been raised from the dead”; others were saying, “Elijah has appeared”; still others, “One of the ancient prophets has arisen.”

But Herod said, “John I beheaded. Who then is this about whom I hear such things?” And he kept trying to see Him.

Reflection:

Guilt can be a terrible thing! In the gospel today, the first verse described King Herod’s feeling as “greatly perplexed” – mystified, puzzled, bewildered, TERRIFIED! He was terrified! If we try to recall, Herod was having an affair with his brother’s wife and John rebuked him for it. In return, he beheaded John. Then, he heard about all that was happening. Some people believed it was John, risen from the dead. Now, what could be more terrifying to a killer than knowing that the man he killed rose again and continued making a word in town?

The gospel was beautifully wrapped with a verse that illustrated Herod's response to the situation – “And he kept trying to see Him.” How come Herod can’t see Christ when he preaches and performs miracles on streets openly?

Sin, shame and guilt block us from seeing Christ. They prevent us from connecting to Christ. John the Baptist called people to repentance to prepare them for Christ but…. Herod killed him.

How can you find Christ when you kill the person who is preparing you for Him?
We can be like Herod, too. Sometimes, we kill people who open our hearts to Christ by sinning all over again. And in result, we develop shame and guilt that consume us. This is not how God wants us to rebuild. He wouldn’t let us be defined by our guilt or our past sins and mistakes. God assures us of renewed spirits. In Isaah 1:18, it was said, “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like wool.” We can always choose to open our hearts to Christ by purifying ourselves – trying hard to prevent ourselves from sinning and forgiving ourselves of past sins, which means letting go of the chains of shame and guilt that we locked ourselves with. You are forgiven. You are loved. You deserve to be forgiven and loved by yourself.

I honestly couldn’t find the words to properly end this reflection, but I know the word of God can:
“If we walk in the light as he is in the light, then we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of his Son Jesus cleanses us from all sin…. If we acknowledge our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive our sins and cleanse us from every wrongdoing. – John 1: 7,9
May His word and PEACE, LOVE and protection be with you all. Keep safe!

22/09/2021

September 22, 2021 | Wednesday of the Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time

(Cristine Mae Baguio - Member, DYFT)

Gospel: Mark 6:7-13
Then he summoned the Twelve and began to send them out in pairs, giving them authority over unclean spirits.

And he instructed them to take nothing for the journey except a staff -- no bread, no haversack, no coppers for their purses.

They were to wear sandals but, he added, 'Don't take a spare tunic.'

And he said to them, 'If you enter a house anywhere, stay there until you leave the district.

And if any place does not welcome you and people refuse to listen to you, as you walk away shake off the dust under your feet as evidence to them.'

So they set off to proclaim repentance;

and they cast out many devils, and anointed many sick people with oil and cured them.

Reflection:

Today's Gospel reminded me to have faith in God's providence.

I remember those times when i was still a student and at the same time serving Him through the youth ministry (MCYA, DYFT, YFC). I was too anxious everytime we had an activity because I know money was involved (fare, food, registration, etc.). But God was so Great, He made the impossible possible. I was able to attend conferences, meetings and I even went to places I never thought of going.

Everytime I was chosen to gave a youth formation, I always said "yes" even if I'm not sure if I had money for transportation. Because at the back of my mind, He will not fail to send people to make me comfortable in the mission.

God provides. He already knew what we needed even if we don't ask Him. He prepared us ahead of time before the battle begins. He strengthen us with courage not to be discouraged if the activity/situation didn't went well. He sent people to support us in the journey. He reassured us that we will never be alone, thus He is always with us.

In this time of pandemic, this Gospel reminds us to have faith in Him. Whatever circumstances we are in, He wants us to strive to be faithful to Him. Let us glorify Him at all times.

September 22, 2021 | Wednesday of the Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time

(Cristine Mae Baguio - Member, DYFT)

Gospel: Mark 6:7-13
Then he summoned the Twelve and began to send them out in pairs, giving them authority over unclean spirits.

And he instructed them to take nothing for the journey except a staff -- no bread, no haversack, no coppers for their purses.

They were to wear sandals but, he added, 'Don't take a spare tunic.'

And he said to them, 'If you enter a house anywhere, stay there until you leave the district.

And if any place does not welcome you and people refuse to listen to you, as you walk away shake off the dust under your feet as evidence to them.'

So they set off to proclaim repentance;

and they cast out many devils, and anointed many sick people with oil and cured them.

Reflection:

Today's Gospel reminded me to have faith in God's providence.

I remember those times when i was still a student and at the same time serving Him through the youth ministry (MCYA, DYFT, YFC). I was too anxious everytime we had an activity because I know money was involved (fare, food, registration, etc.). But God was so Great, He made the impossible possible. I was able to attend conferences, meetings and I even went to places I never thought of going.

Everytime I was chosen to gave a youth formation, I always said "yes" even if I'm not sure if I had money for transportation. Because at the back of my mind, He will not fail to send people to make me comfortable in the mission.

God provides. He already knew what we needed even if we don't ask Him. He prepared us ahead of time before the battle begins. He strengthen us with courage not to be discouraged if the activity/situation didn't went well. He sent people to support us in the journey. He reassured us that we will never be alone, thus He is always with us.

In this time of pandemic, this Gospel reminds us to have faith in Him. Whatever circumstances we are in, He wants us to strive to be faithful to Him. Let us glorify Him at all times.

21/09/2021

September 21, 2021 | Feast of Saint Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist

( Shee Cagabcab Lumambas , Member, DYFT)

Gospel: Mt 9:9-13
Reflection:
I was writing this reflection on my 30th birthday. And with all the sudden death of people I know and love, I realized how the Lord, like in the Gospel today, asked me to follow Him; and how in my sinfulness and simple ways I have lived such call. More so, how much grace I need so I can continue to follow Him.

Perhaps, one of the most striking painting that would best capture today's Gospel is that of Caravaggio's 'The Calling of Saint Matthew'. In it, a bearded-man, assumed to be Matthew is pointing to himself, as if asking Jesus, "Are you sure You want me to follow You?"

There were many times in my life when I asked the same, if He wants me to do or not to do things; and a little too arrogantly, what I will get if I follow Him. It was like saying the lyrics of a song, "I need You. But it's hard to see, why anyone as big as You needs anything from me."

I have wrongfully held on to the notion that I will get something extraordinary in following God. Maybe. But lately, I realized how wrong my motivation was. And when I looked back and reflect, it is in the seemingly mundane experiences that God opened my eyes, seeing beyond the ordinariness of life, and encountering Him.

Extraordinary or not, I know that with and in God, nothing I do will be less. I am learning to rest in the simple promise of God's grace when I learn to do what He wants me to do. I think it is best linked to contentment.

In the morning Mass I attended on the day of my birthday, the priest shared his reflection on contentment. Contentment, he said, leads us to love the Lord. He further shared that contentment is knowing that there are many possibilities but you know you are in the best place. In following Jesus, I realized that it is important to value contentment. I'd like to think of Matthew's disposition when he started to say 'yes' to Jesus' call. Perhaps, the same with Caravaggio's artistic imagination, Matthew would have asked first, "Are you calling me, Lord to follow You?"

Eventually, "he got up and followed Him." There was no time wasted. May Matthew's call remind me of someone who did not live in his past anymore, because in and with the Lord, he was made new. As a sinner struggling to do God's will in following Him, I am always led to ask myself if I am in the best place I should be, given the other possibilities I could have been.

But there is only one thing I am sure of: when Jesus called Matthew, He calls me, too. Should I waste time even when I know how short life is? Am I contented with God's promise of sufficient grace?

St. Matthew,
Pray for us!

September 21, 2021 | Feast of Saint Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist

( Shee Cagabcab Lumambas , Member, DYFT)

Gospel: Mt 9:9-13
Reflection:
I was writing this reflection on my 30th birthday. And with all the sudden death of people I know and love, I realized how the Lord, like in the Gospel today, asked me to follow Him; and how in my sinfulness and simple ways I have lived such call. More so, how much grace I need so I can continue to follow Him.

Perhaps, one of the most striking painting that would best capture today's Gospel is that of Caravaggio's 'The Calling of Saint Matthew'. In it, a bearded-man, assumed to be Matthew is pointing to himself, as if asking Jesus, "Are you sure You want me to follow You?"

There were many times in my life when I asked the same, if He wants me to do or not to do things; and a little too arrogantly, what I will get if I follow Him. It was like saying the lyrics of a song, "I need You. But it's hard to see, why anyone as big as You needs anything from me."

I have wrongfully held on to the notion that I will get something extraordinary in following God. Maybe. But lately, I realized how wrong my motivation was. And when I looked back and reflect, it is in the seemingly mundane experiences that God opened my eyes, seeing beyond the ordinariness of life, and encountering Him.

Extraordinary or not, I know that with and in God, nothing I do will be less. I am learning to rest in the simple promise of God's grace when I learn to do what He wants me to do. I think it is best linked to contentment.

In the morning Mass I attended on the day of my birthday, the priest shared his reflection on contentment. Contentment, he said, leads us to love the Lord. He further shared that contentment is knowing that there are many possibilities but you know you are in the best place. In following Jesus, I realized that it is important to value contentment. I'd like to think of Matthew's disposition when he started to say 'yes' to Jesus' call. Perhaps, the same with Caravaggio's artistic imagination, Matthew would have asked first, "Are you calling me, Lord to follow You?"

Eventually, "he got up and followed Him." There was no time wasted. May Matthew's call remind me of someone who did not live in his past anymore, because in and with the Lord, he was made new. As a sinner struggling to do God's will in following Him, I am always led to ask myself if I am in the best place I should be, given the other possibilities I could have been.

But there is only one thing I am sure of: when Jesus called Matthew, He calls me, too. Should I waste time even when I know how short life is? Am I contented with God's promise of sufficient grace?

St. Matthew,
Pray for us!

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