If you will spend 20 mins of your time today on something, let it be on this video. This is from a professor of mine back in the day (20 years ago!) who still looks as young today as then. His name is Bobby Guevarra, and this is his magisterial lecture.

What is the invitation you hear as you go through your own crossroad?

Note: Dr. Guevara is an associate professor in the Department of Theology and was the recipient of the 2012 Henry Lee Irwin Memorial Teacher Award. He earned a doctoral degree in Theology, with a concentration in Sacred Scriptures. He has taught courses on the Theology of Liberation, the Catholic social vision, and the Old Testament, and served as the Associate Dean for Student Formation. In these various capacities, he has facilitated the engagement of students with various marginalized groups and communities, especially among the Dumagats of Nueva Ecija. The Magisterial Lecture series is a collection of selected talks from Ateneo classes, delivered by some of the University’s most respected faculty members. They are produced and shared for the benefit of learners everywhere. Magisterial Lectures will be available on Arete’s YouTube channel for free. Magisterial Lectures is an Arete Production done in partnership with The Department of Communication, Loyola Schools and the Eugenio Lopez Jr. Center for Multimedia Communication.

About Arete: As the creativity and innovation hub of the Ateneo de Manila University, Areté provides the space and freedom for groups from different fields and persuasions to create, collaborate on, and share knowledge, skills, and practices.

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