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Fr. Seño urges Thomasians to be wisdom-conscious

Fr. Seño urges Thomasians to be wisdom-conscious

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BY MARIE CLAIRE "BLANCHE" S. LAGRISOLA  “WHEN WE become wise, everything else will follow," said Rev. Fr. Rudolf Steven Seño, OP during the University Mass for the Solemnity of St. Thomas Aquinas on Wednesday.  "Being wealthy or being healthy are what most people prioritize in life. But one of the things we can learn from St. Thomas Aquinas is that when one becomes wise, everything else will follow for being wisdom-conscious, one learns how to set priorities, and a wise person will prioritize God above everything else," said Seño.  Seño reveals that the "beauty" being pertained by the lyrics of the Thomasian hymn in "keep us in beauty, and truth and virtues" is actually the physical attributes of St. Thomas Aquinas.  A biography reveals that the saint was known to be handso
Christmas can never be canceled—Vice Rector

Christmas can never be canceled—Vice Rector

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by KAREN RENEE S. NOGOY CHRISTMAS SHALL continue and nothing can deter anyone from rejoicing, Vice Rector Rev. Fr. Isaias D. Tiongco, O.P. said in his homily for the annual Paskuhan Mass on Thursday. “Nothing can ever cancel or wipe out the hope and the excitement that Christian believers experience every year as they commemorate and celebrate the earthly arrival of Jesus,” Tiongco stated. Tiongco stressed the value of hope, which he deemed necessary to live a life in peace, faith, and love. “The greatest of all virtues is love yet the flame of hope should never go out of our lives,” he said. He noted that while this year’s celebration of Christmas might be different, everyone should still “be as joyful and full of hope and expectations.” Tiongco urged everyone to com