I was always in my early twenties.
I had already been a Catholic, and was a faithful, dedicated and dedicated parishioner.
It was only after being told I was in the priesthood that I realised what was happening to me was completely unacceptable.
I was being asked to be a priest.
In my own diocese, where we had no choice but to be priests, I was also in danger.
So, like most people, I said no.
I didn’t know what else to do.
I knew that I didn�t have much of a choice, so I started a search.
I thought, well, if this is the situation, then I don�t want to be one of the priests in the diocese.
So I did what any priest would do: I went looking for work.
And, as a result, I found myself in the priest�s robe.
But the priest robe wasn�t what I wanted.
I wanted a priest�tutor.
I needed someone who could guide me through the process of becoming a priest in the church.
So when I looked around at the work I was doing, I knew I had found the right person.
My job as a priest is to shepherd the poor, to help them through life and death and to teach them the ways of God.
I know that I am the one who is leading the way in the life of the Church.
The priest is a great role model.
It�s a very big role, one that we often take for granted.
I also know that the people in my diocese and across the country who are struggling with poverty, and who are searching for work, and are looking for the right role model, the priest is that role model that we can look to.
What I didn �t know is that my search for work wasn� t a one-off.
I found out later that I was working as a teacher in a Catholic school.
And when I was asked to teach there, I did so because I wanted to help the students, because I was inspired by the role of the teacher, because of my own experience as a parish priest, and because of the fact that I thought that this was the right job for me.
The school I was teaching at was located in a community in the central Philippines where poverty is rife, and where the schools were in crisis.
In the Philippines, poverty is a chronic problem.
And the Catholic Church, through its parishes, schools and hospitals, has been providing pastoral care for decades.
It is the only faith that provides such a long list of services.
And in fact, the Catholic church is considered to be the single most important institution in the lives of poor people in the world, for good reason.
As a priest, the person you are responsible for helping is one of God�s people.
I am a priest of the priesthood.
In other words, I am also a priest for the people.
And what makes me a priest?
As a seminarian, I had the opportunity to work in a parishes where people in need were suffering.
As the teacher in that school, I needed to know how to shepherd a struggling congregation through the hard times, and I knew this was where I could help.
And so, I started my search.
One of the first things I did was to ask a few questions.
How much does the priesthood cost?
And what is the fee?
The price is about $50 a week.
It’s not very much, but it is a price that I think is appropriate for a teacher of such an important role.
The fee is a small price to pay for a job that is not only going to help those in need, but will also help to bring people closer together in the community.
What is the salary?
The salary is $70 a week, which is an average salary in the Philippines.
The most I can make in a week is about six hours of teaching, which I think can be helpful.
But I can’t go on earning money, so that�s not what I want.
I want a salary that I can live on.
So what are the benefits?
It is important to me that my students feel confident about coming to me for help and to see that their problems are taken care of.
When I was the teacher at that school I had a very small staff.
I did not have a large class of students.
Most of the time, I could see only a handful of students a day.
So this was not an easy job for my students.
But, for my teaching, I have students who come to me in tears every time they see me.
So it is important that they feel confident in seeing me and knowing that they are not alone.
I have also been very fortunate to work with some of the most talented teachers in the country.
For me, teaching is a very personal role.
When you get the chance to teach a class of people