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Monday, October 31, 2005

Viva Villa!

I just had a great villa in Baguio last week 25-28 October. The villa is part of the structure of Jesuits-in-formation. This is to facilitate the deepening of friendship among formands along with their formators. Most of us view it as a priceless opportunity to rest after such a grueling semester.

The villa was a blast thanks to the indefatiguable villa master Tonton Coloma, who ensured that we get to do what we want—watch movies, go trekking, play mahjong, and especially all get a relaxing wholistic massage from Camp Allen's resident blind masseurs.

It was great to see Jesuit priests having a whole lot of fun, enjoying the crisp Baguio air.

Thank God for villa. Thank God for community.


Blogger Katipunero Ako said...

wow! "thank God for community"! I wish we all could say this all of the time! hehehe

10:49 PM  
Blogger dougs said...

ah yes! villa. i just came from villa myself. it is time to rest post or pre semesters. a time when people gather together to just enjoy the gift of being themselves. of being in a community.

... and of being allowed to look at different directions of the universe in a single shot. :)

4:28 PM  

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