Event for Defeat the Heresies of Religious Liberty and Liberty of Conscience
Sunday, June 24, 2012...
8:00pm until 8:30pm in EDT
Wherever you are in the world 8pm in unison with our Lady
Rosary Crusade (Consecrat
Wherever you are in the world 8pm in unison with our Lady
Weekly Rosary Crusade for the aforementi
8pm* Sundays as general rule...but
"...she (Russia) will spread her errors throughout
+ the only ones in the worl...d who recite the Apostle's Creed instead of the Creed of Nicea,
+ the only ones holding each others' hands during the Pater Noster,
+ the only country where many sit down during the epiklesis and anamnesis,
+ the only country that is very lax in dresscodes
+ the only country where the priest has to add GOOD MORNING before the Dominus vobiscum at the start of the mass, and would invite the faithful to Clap for the Lord after the Ite Missa est.
Perhaps it is about time to return the occupation
Perhaps it is about time to set strict rules in our Church hymns that are currently laced with so much pop music and less didactic lyrics that most often times do not sing about the mystery being celebrated
If we Catholics have to start loving our Faith, the Liturgy is the place to start it and surely the rest will follow.
Praised be Jesus Christ!
Some of your bishops have challenged
You are saying that only those who are blameless can challenge others or throw blame. Since you have challenged
No one knows ill-gotten
In case you’ve forgotten,
When the first Philippine
Malolos Congress in Barasoain Church
Before they could do that, they had to take it back from you. But instead of just taking it away — something they could have done without much difficulty
You may have lost your lands, but you got a ton of money in return. Add that to the profit you’d already made on those properties
It’s difficult to put a price on your ill-gotten
Next we can check your investment
By the time the Americans introduced
Rep. Faye Ferriol takes Corona's challenge
Of course, I don’t have to speculate so much if you’d just sign Corona’s waiver. Now that I think about it, you could take the moral high ground and create a waiver of your own, disclosing
Because as far as I’m concerned,
You may try you hardest to hide this fact by casting the blame — and the spotlight — on someone else. You’ve long been very active in pushing for agrarian reform. You’ve been preaching the idea that the lands should be taken from illegitima
But why can’t you understand
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In cases like this, the best cross is no-cross; the best evidence is no-evidenc
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This is the complete and truthful answer to the question of Senator Chiz Escudero as to why one piece of document – so important to have been the subject of a long tug-of-war
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His little mind chose to ignore that by not cross-exam
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The bone of contention
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We want the Philippine
Gospel Reflection of Bishop Mylo Hubert Vergara for Palm Sunday.
Gospel Reflection for Palm Sunday
Holy Cross (from my book 'A Shepherd's Staff', 2008)
My uncle suffered from one of the severe forms of cancer. In my life as... a priest, I have visited and administered the sacrament of anointing to some relatives and friends who have had cancer. But my uncle‘s cancer was by far the gravest form of illness I have ever witnessed. I say this because, before he died, I saw how his cancerous tumors spread and lumped both inside and outside his body. His nose bled profusely because of the swelling of a tumor that originated from a section almost tangent to his brain. Whenever I visited him, I felt so much pity for him, seeing him suffer from all the pains he felt all over his body. Doctors injected him with high dosages of strong pain relievers to ease his suffering, but this had little or no effect on him. During our encounters, I had no words of counsel to alleviate the pains of his dying body or to console his weary spirit. I knew that even my prayers for him would not wipe away his cancer pains. As I looked at him, I realized that, if the Lord were not present in his life or in mine, how difficult it would be to understand this suffering. I am grateful that Jesus Christ suffered on the cross for our sake. Because of Him, we can find meaning in the sufferings we have in life. We can hold on and embrace our crosses through the cross of Christ.
Today, we once again recall the passion of our Lord Jesus Christ. We remember how He triumphantly entered Jerusalem, the road to his crucifixion. Perhaps, some of the people who waved palm branches at Him, shouting “Hossana, to our King!” were the same people who mockingly commanded: “Crucify Him!” Once again, in the gospel narrative, we heard his arduous walk from the garden of Gethsemane to the mount of Golgotha. We heard how Judas betrayed Him; how His enemies seized Him; how the chief priests and elders of the Sanhedrin interrogated Him accusingly; and how His disciples deserted Him. We also heard how Pilate questioned Him; how the Jews chose Barrabas over Him so that He would be the one crucified. We relived how the soldiers scourged Him; how they struck His head with a reed, spat at Him; and how they crowned Him with thorns. Again, we felt how He carried His cross; how the soldiers nailed Him to the cross; and how people insensitively jeered and laughed at Him up to the last breath of His life. Yes, on this day, we contemplate the passion of Jesus, the sinless Lamb hung on the cross: forgiving His offenders, thirsting for the love of His persecutors, and praying to His Father in heaven as He breathed His last saying: “It is finished!”
To this day, Jesus lightens the burden of our crosses. Do you have a grave illness that you find unbearable or afraid to confront and accept? Do you have a big problem which you sometimes feel difficult to carry? Do you suffer from a wounded heart because of a broken relationship? Jesus Christ lovingly assures you: “It is finished! I have finished it for you! Do not be afraid. I carry your cross. I will ease whatever heavy burden you have in life because I love you very much.”
As we enter Holy Week, we once again prayerfully say, “We adore you Oh, Christ and we praise You. Because by Your holy cross, You have redeemed me; You have redeemed us; and You have redeemed the world!”
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Lenten Recollection with Most Rev. Pablo Virgilio David, DD
Signing of Memorandum of Agreement between NASSA/Caritas Philippines and WeGen Distributed Energy Phils. Inc.
Fr. Edwin Gariguez, NASSA/Caritas P...hilippines' Executive Secretary, and Atty. Sarge Sarmiento, CEO and President of WeGen, sealed the deal for the historic partnership to "share the power" to the most vulnerable and/or off-grid communities, parishes and dioceses in the Philippines, using solar energy.
#WeAreCaritas #CelebratingResilience #SharethePowerPH
Congratulations to the awardees of CBCP-ECMI NATIONAL TOSDOSA AWARDS 2018!
ANAK OFW BATANGUENO TOPS CBCP-ECMI NATIONAL TOSDOSA AWARDS 2018 IN THE 10TH GAWAD ANAK OFW FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL WHILE ANAK OFW VIZCAYANO TOPS LUZON TOSDOSA AW...ARDS ELEMENTARY LEVEL.
SENATOR CYNTHIA VILLAR AS GUEST OF HONOR
A grade 10 student of Canossa Academy in Lipa City-Batangas, RENE M. SANDOVAL, JR., topped in this year’s 10TH GAWAD ANAK OFW for the national search of the Ten Outstanding Sons and Daughters of OFW Student Achievers Awards (TOSDOSA Awards) held on March 20, 2018 at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), Intramuros, Manila. On the otherhand, RAPHAEL JOHN V. DASALLA, a grade 6 student of St. Mary’s University in Bayombong-Nueva Vizcaya topped the Luzon TOSDOSA Awards Elementary Level. Both of the top winners are son of a seafarer. Rene Sandoval was also elected as the Batch President among the Top 18 Finalists.
Meanwhile Senator Cynthia Villar graced the occasion as she was welcomed by CBCP-ECMI Chairman Bishop Ruperto Santos together with ECMI Executive Secretary Fr. Restituto Ogsimer, CS.
The TOSDOSA Awardees 2018 are as follows: Junior High School Leve: Top 2- Mykee Allyana Santiago, Angeles University Foundation Integrated School, Top 3-Noraine Jem Punzalan, University of Batangas, Top 4-Jurgen Excel Coyoca, Caloocan National Science and Technology High School, Top 5-Riona Bianca Basco, St. Scholastica’s Academy-San Fernando Pampanga, Top 6-Alyzza Francheska Bernice Riveral, Holy Family Academy, Angeles City-Pampanga, Top 7-Kier Quiambao, Angeles University Foundation Integrated School, Top 8-Mick Brien Macuha, Sta. Teresa College, Bauan-Batangas, Top 9-Zamantha Manicio, St. Paul College of Makati, and Top 10-Cathryne Kisha Flores, Eastern Samar National Comprehensive High School, Borongan City.
For the Luzon Awardees Elementary Level, the TOSDOSA Awardees are as follows: Top 2-Kirsten Moira Tiongson, St. Mary’s University, Bayombong-Nueva Vizcaya, Top 3-Angela Sapphire Labog, St. Louis School, Solano-Nueva Vizcaya, Top 4-Alex Anthony Andal, De La Salle Lipa Integrated School, Top 5-Kim Bulanhagui, Sta. Teresa College, Bauan-Batangas, Top 6-Nicah Anne Sese, Holy Family Academy, Angeles City-Pampanga, Top 7-Abigaile Cyrell Adricula, Malanday Elementary School, Marikina City, Top-8 Jana Mendoza, Our Lady of Caysasay Academy, Taal-Batangas, Top 9-Louiesa Jenn Coloma, Our Lady of Peace School, Antipolo City-Rizal, and Top 10-Leecia Castro of St. Scholastica’s Academy, San Fernando City-Pampanga.
The CBCP-ECMI salutes all the winners and finalists.
The major partners for this year’s awards are Villar Sipag Foundation, SMART Telecoms which also awarded the ECMI with free usage of Infocast, PASEI, AMOSUP, NCCA, and CFC Global Migrants Program. Other partners are ACTS OFW Partylist, Philhealth and OWWA.
This Home of Hope also offers health promotion, medical and surgical, psychospiritual and social services.
“Paglalakbay” Interactive Stations of the Cross at NATIONAL SHRINE OF THE SACRED HEART
Congratulations to the Diocese of Paranaque on the groundbreaking of the St. Joseph's House of the Clergy.
HAIL SAN JOSE!
GROUNDBREAKING OF ST.JOSEPH'S HOUSE OF THE CLERGY
March 19, 2018 is the Feast Day to St. Joseph also marks the ground breaking of the St. Joseph'...s House of the Clergy, located behind the Madonna Del Divino Amore Parish. The center will have 9 bedrooms, an infirmary, library, recreation hall, a conference room and is fully PWD-friendly. In additon, this is also the 41st Sacerdotal Anniversary of Bishop Jesse Mercado, bishop of Parañaque and the 7th Sacerdotal Anniversary of Fr. William Ramos, former parish priest of Saint Joseph Parish - Tambo. Hail San Jose!
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Fr. Edwin Gariguez, a religious leader and an environmentalist, with members of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Phi...lippines - National Secretariat for Social Action, Justice, and Peace (CBCP-NASSA), a member of the Zero Extreme Poverty Philippines 2030 Housing and Shelter awarded 25 units of Mangyan Resilient Sheltes at Sitio Inabasan, Barangay Caagutayan, San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro.
This project is generously supported by Caritas Germany.
Congratulations Most Rev. Wilfredo Manlapaz, DD
Congratulations to the official Philippine delegation to the Pandaigdigang Araw ng mga Kabataan!
We would like to acknowledge the leaders and assistant leaders of the following subgroups who attended the Orientation of Leaders and Assistant Leaders under th...e ECY-Philippines, the official Philippine delegation to the Pandaigdigang Araw ng mga Kabataan, last March 17 at the CBCP Building, Intramuros, Manila:
Assumption College San Lorenzo
Couples for Christ Foundation for Family and Life
CFC- YOUTH FOR CHRIST
Diocese of Imus
Roman Catholic Diocese of Masbate
DIOCESE OF SORSOGON
Society of St. Vincent de Paul Philippines (SSVP Philippines)