Neo Jeremiah: Voice of the Young Prophet

Neo Jeremiah is a (1) weekly publication and (2) a group of young people who meet weekly to study and reflect on Sunday readings and gospels.

The publication started and the group was formed in January 2001 on Epiphany Sunday. It was founded by a priest belonging to the Order of the Servants of Mary (OSM).

Through the years, members have come and gone but in total, ~50 individuals have been part of the team. These young individuals in their own time have been active at the St Peregrine Laziosi Parish  ‐ Muntinlupa, serving not only as young prophets as they were fondly considered by the team’s early spiritual directors but also as Animators, Cathechists, Lectors, and Commentators. Members have recognized that their participation in the team had, if not, continues to be instrumental in their formation as Christians, responsible individuals, and upright citizens.

It is a noble and remarkable legacy NeoJ spiritual directors – past and present – are imparting to the youth of our Parish as they continue to assist them in their spiritual growth. They fulfill their priestly responsibilities to these young people, who in turn fulfill theirs as they impart the good news to their families and friends, and even to the juvenile delinquents they visit weekly at the National Bilibid Prison.

This is a testament to how God is working through and among his people!

Join

neo-jeremiahWe are inviting young parishioners to join us in our Bible study and sharing sessions
every Sunday @ 4:00 PM
at the Parish Hall

For more information,
you may contact us:

Globe: 0927-323-6150
Sun: 0932-487-3188
Smart: 0998-854-4091

Reflections by Team Neo Jeremiah

To Whom We Belong

Jesus Christ is the master of every situation. He recognizes hypocrisy and exposes with the light of truth. Jesus steadfastly faces his enemies courageously, knowing well what they seek and taking their challenge and beating them on their own game. We, as Christians,...

We are Instruments to Transforming the World

As an educator, I am well aware how influential my profession is. And as I impart knowledge to my students, all the more I feel how helpful I can be to the lives of these people. Outside the four walls of the classroom, however my confidence to engage in the society...

Save the Date. You are Invited! MT 22:1-14

I have been  into many weddings and being invited  is such a great pleasure.  Everybody is prepared, well-dressed and all the emotions are extremely present. The life that we have is a journey of relationship.  In many forms or ways, we engage ourselves with God's...

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time ~ October 8, 2017

In today’s gospel, we hear about a parable about a landowner and his vineyard, as told by Jesus to chief priests and the elders.  The first reading, taken from the book of Isaiah, and the Psalm indicate that the vineyard of the Lord of hosts is the house of Israel (Isaiah 5:7b, Psalm 80:9-20).  It was a vine brought out of Egypt and “planted” by God (Psalm 80:9).  God made the necessary preparations for the vineyard – he “put a hedge around it, dug a wine press in it, and built a tower.”  He intended to keep it protected and allow it to be fruitful.

Consistency of Yeses and Noes ~ 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

God give us freedom to choose what our hearts desire.  But His words teach us to distinguish good from evil.  But His words teach us to distinguish good from evil.  We are always given the opportunity to do what is good, right and just.  We have the capacity to stay...

Heart of Generosity – Matthew 20:1-16

One of the things that strikes me about the gospel passage is how easy it is for me to put myself in the place of the workers who were, at first, felt insignificant to the vineyard owner and easily judge by others. Indeed, it is difficult to put myself in the...

Nature of Forgiveness

It has never been easy for most us to easily forgive the people who mistreated us, betrayed us, sinned against us or in other possible way, hurt us- intentionally or unintentionally. We ask ourselves why someone can possibly do something which is against and...

Conflict Resolution

Brokenness that needs healing first with our unconditional open heart in honest conversations with the one who hurts us.  Our hope must be for restoration to wholeness of the person who hurt and harmed us otherwise their wound remains both in them and us.  Truth and...

Be one with Him ~ 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

It is a struggle to be what God wants us to be nor follow what He commands when we can also be our own Satan in some ways. In the scriptures, Peter expresses His disagreement of God’s plan when Jesus tells them that He, the Son of the living God, must go to Jerusalem...

AFTER THOUGHT ~ September 3, 2017 ~ 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

“If you want to follow me, deny yourself, take up your cross and follow me.” Life is full of boundless possibilities, but in order to transform a possibility into a reality we have to choose – sacrificing the many in order to attain the one. Nothing is gain without...

Prayers to St. Peregrine

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