A Banana A Day…

A professor at CCNY for a physiological psych class told his class about
bananas. He said the expression “going bananas” is from the effects of
bananas on the brain. Read on:

Never, put your banana in the refrigerator! !!

This is interesting.  After reading this, you’ll never look at a banana
in the same way again.
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October 20 at Heaven’s Gate


For those who have been asking:

Interment: October 20, 2011
Funeral Mass: 9AM at the St. John Marie-Vianney Parish Church (Marcos Highway, in front of Cherry Foodarama). After the Mass we will proceed to Heaven’s Gate Memorial Park (just some meters away from the Church) where Mom’s remains will be laid to rest.

From Marian Chapels, Go to the Direction of Cogeo


After Passing SM-Masinag, Look for Cherry Foodarama to your Left.

Click the picture below for a bigger look

Or Check the below links for directions:

Workshop Articles for the 30th Sunday: The Greatest Commandment


The Workshop articles for the 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time are now available. Matthew 22:34-40 will be read on that day, the question about the greatest commandment. Below are the links.

There were 613 laws in the Law of Moses. 611 is the numerical equivalent of “Torah”. Add to this the command to Adam (Be fruitful and multiply) and the law of circumcision (to Abraham), and the whole make up 613. Rabbinic schools researched on the greatest commandment, that is, the commandment that includes all others. Jesus’ answer is derived from two texts, one from Deuteronomy and the other from Leviticus. He says the whole Law and the Prophets depend on these two commandments.

Workshop for 28th Sunday OT — A

wedding feast

The Workshop article for the 28th Sunday OT-A is now available under the Bible Workshop section of this site. The Gospel selection is taken from Matthew 22:1-14, the Parable of the Wedding Banquet. There is a sub-theme in the story however, about the man who got into the party without the proper attire. Thus, while the wedding banquet has become accessible to all because of the refusal of the listed wedding guests to attend, there is still a restriction — a restriction that is demanded by the wedding feast itself.


The parable of the wedding banquet is the third in a series of parables that Jesus presents to the priests and Pharisees. The first part of the parable applies to them. The second part however is for the listeners of Matthew’s gospel.