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St. Joseph Chapel Celebrates its 53rd Feast with a Mass Wedding and Baptism

Mar 19, 2018 | [post_view] Views

Viva Señor San Jose! A happy fiesta to all! As we celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph, the Husband of Mary and Patron of the Universal Church, St. Joseph Chapel in Patag 6th Division successfully celebrated their 53rd Feast with a Mass Wedding of three (3) couples and Baptism of eleven (11) children. The celebration started with a nine (9) days Novena starting last March 10 to 18 where they had Novena Prayer at 4:30pm followed by a 6:00pm Mass. On March 16, the 7th Novena …

St. Jerome Vicariate 24 Hours for the Lord Initiative

Mar 10, 2018 | [post_view] Views

As the Vicariate of St. Jerome prepares for the upcoming Holy Week 2018, a “24 Hours for the Lord” initiative was conducted last March 9-10, 2018 hosted by Santuario Eucaristico – Sacred Heart Parish. In the 2018 Lenten Message of His Holiness Pope Francis, he invited the entire Church community to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation in the context of Eucharistic adoration through a “24 Hours for the Lord” initiative which is inspired by the words of Psalm 130:4, “…

Eucharistic Celebration and Blessing of the Newly Renovated Formation Center

Feb 20, 2018 | [post_view] Views

Geared with the Eucharistic mission to provide further and better formation programs not only for the parish, but for the whole Archdiocese, Santuario Eucaristico had its Formation Center renovated. The project was completed mid February and a Eucharistic Celebration and Blessing of the Newly Renovated Formation Center was held on February 17. For many years now, Santuario Eucaristico's formation center had been used for both parish and Archdiocesan activities and progra…

Pahalipay sa Pasko 2017

Jan 13, 2018 | [post_view] Views

In every Christmas Season, we celebrate the Love of God through Christmas celebrations and good deeds that lifts the heart with Hope, Peace, Joy and Love. As our parish envisions to extend our tables to our less fortunate brothers and sisters this Christmas Season, Santuario Eucaristico - Sacred Heart Parish in partnership with its parish volunteers and sponsors, once again conducted the Annual gift-giving program called "Pahalipay sa Pasko" to our less fortunate brother…

Share A Meal with Love

Jan 13, 2018 | [post_view] Views

It originally started from a friendly meeting over a cup of coffee by a priest and of few parishioners way back 2015. Within the meeting was the desire to share something from the little they had and share it with the children in a form of a meal. They decided to sponsor few children for breakfast there in Jollibee. Inviting other friends to do the same, they gathered 285 children. The joy was overwhelming on the part of the friends being able to give joy to the less for…

“Yes, Lord here I am”, a New Year’s Day Reflection

Jan 1, 2018 | [post_view] Views

It is most appropriate to begin the New Year with the Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God. The first day of New Year reminds us of the beginning of things, the beginning of the world and of mankind. On this first day of 2018, I look forward to the future with hope and expectation for new events, challenges and opportunities. A key point adjustment is for me to start with the determination to find God in all things. As always I am relying to the grace of God. …

My Christmas Joy

Dec 25, 2017 | [post_view] Views

“Do not be afraid; for behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For today in the city of David a savior has been born for you who is Christ and Lord. And this will be a sign for you: you will find an infant wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger” (Lk.2:10-12). I am fascinated always with the picture of the nativity (the Belen) every Christmas season. And my attention is always centered on the infant Jesus lying in a ma…

Advent Reflection: God Became Human

Dec 13, 2017 | [post_view] Views

As Catholics, we profess our belief in the Incarnation in the Nicene Creed: Jesus Christ “came down from heaven, and by the Holy Spirit was incarnate of the Virgin Mary, and became man.” The Incarnation is a unique and singular event. Its truth informs the way we view God and ourselves. For by his incarnation the Son of God has united himself in some fashion with every person. He worked with human hands, he thought with a human mind, acted by human choice and loved with …

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