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Seven Last Words
By Pietro S. Albano
Nottingham-UK
April 2, 2012

Since Palm Sunday “The Seven Last Words”, has been made available online by  www.anluwage.com (the online ministry of Tanghalang Anluwage, Inc).
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This year’s theme is “Love one another” (John 13:34). Seven Filipino lay Catholics based in the Philippines, USA, and Germany will be sharing their reflections on Jesus’ last words on Calvary.
Seven Last Words 2011
By Pietro S. Albano

Wed 6th April 2011

Preparations are underway for “The Seven Last Words”, an annual project of www.anluwage.com (the online ministry of Tanghalang Anluwage, Inc) since 2005.  “Come back to me with all your heart” (Joel 2:12) has been chosen as theme for this year.
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The choice of theme is two-fold.  Firstly, it points to God’s call for conversion this Lent.  Secondly, it is an invite to a “homecoming” for all Tanghalan members in celebration of the organization’s 20th Foundation Anniversary this year.  Indeed, seven members coming from the various ministries of the group will be delivering this year’s set of reflections.
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