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Saturday, 26 October 2013

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THE PHILIPPINES WAS HIT BY THE EARTHQUAKE AND TYPHOON AND FLOODS AND MAN MADE DISASTER DEVASTATING FILIPINO PEOPLE TESTING FAITH OF EVERY ONE WHO IS STRONG IN GOOD DEEDS AND MOVING ON HAVING FAITH TO GOD.

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PEOPLE ARE DEMORALIZED ON THE SITUATIONS NEED SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE FROM BEYOND METAPHYSICAL BELIEF TO FACE THE CIRCUMSTANCES IN THE LAND. 

Church steps up relief efforts for quake-victims


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Church steps up relief efforts for quake-victims

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Photo: CBCP-NASSA

MANILA, Oct. 25, 2013— The Catholic Church’s social action is intensifying efforts to provide relief to areas badly affected by the recent earthquake in Bohol province. 

Caritas Philippines launched its massive relief operations this week to at least five towns with “least served” affected residents with P14.2 million funds from Caritas Internationalis. 

Pope Francis: A bishop is to serve, not dominate


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Pope Francis: A bishop is to serve, not dominate

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2013-10-24 Vatican Radio
Pope Francis on Thursday afternoon consecrated two new Archbishops in St. Peter’s Basilica. The two new Archbishops are both Papal Nuncios. French Archbishop Jean-Marie Speich was named Apostolic Nuncio to Ghana in August, while Italian Archbishop Giampiero Gloder was in September named the President of the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy, which is dedicated to the training of the priests who will serve in the Diplomatic Corps of the Holy See.

Saturday, 19 October 2013

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Tagle warns against competition in the Church


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Tagle warns against competition in the Church

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Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle presides over a Mass to close the Philippine Conference on New Evangelization (PCNE) at the UST in Manila, October 18. (Roy Lagarde)
MANILA, Oct. 19, 2013— The head of Manila’s Roman Catholic Church has warned against an attitude of competition in the ministry for it creates conflict in unity. 

Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, the archbishop of Manila, said competition between church organizations is divisive and contrary to the faith. 


Pope sends video message in English to Philippines conference



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2013-10-18 Vatican Radio
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Friday sent a video message (http://t.co/Oni0OdY0Zk) in English to participants at the conclusion of a conference in the Philippines organized by the archdiocese of Manila. The three day Philippine Conference on the New Evangelization has been focused on three main goals: creating an experience of God in the context of the new millennium, strengthening bonds of communion in the Philippine church, and inspiring the faithful to live by the spirit of mission.

Some five thousand delegates from across South East Asia have been taking part in the meeting which concludes on Friday with the papal message and a Mass celebrated by the nuncio to the Philippines, Archbishop Giuseppe Pinto.

Sunday, 13 October 2013

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Church joins Pope Francis in entrusting the world to Mary


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Church joins Pope Francis in entrusting the world to Mary

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MANILA, Oct. 12, 2013—The Philippine Catholic Church joins Pope Francis in solidarity as he entrusts the whole world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on the Feast of the Apparition of Our Lady of Fatima, October 13.
In a letter to the Holy Father, Archbishop Jose Palma, CBCP president, expressed the joy of receiving the news of the pope’s intention to “entrust the whole world to Our Lady of Fatima which is an Act of Filial Entrustment to the maternal care and protection of our Lady of Fatima, Queen of Peace.”

He recalled with the Holy Father the Philippines’ own National Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary last June 8 and said, “we thank you again for your message to us and your Apostolic Blessing on that occasion.”

Members of the CBCP Ad Hoc Committee of the National Consecration are currently in Rome to take part in the celebration and represent the Philippine Church: Bishop Guillermo Afable of Digos diocese, Fr. Yulito Ignacio, Ms. Victoria Borres of Marian Solidarity, Ambassador Merceditas Tuazon, Ms. Carmela Borres and Mrs. Josie Bantug.
The group gave to the Pope the original icon of “Puso ni Maria, Ina ng Bayang Sumisinta” during the General Audience on October 9 at St. Peter’s Square.


Our Lady of Fatima statue in Rome for Papal consecration


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Our Lady of Fatima statue in Rome for Papal consecration

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2013-10-11 Vatican Radio
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis will consecrate the world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on October 13th as part of Marian Day celebrations that will involve the statue of Our Lady of Fatima.

The statue is normally kept in the Shrine of Fatima in Portugal but will be in Rome this weekend for the consecration which is one of the highlights of the ongoing Year of Faith. 

Our Lady of Fatima appeared to three shepherd children in the village of Fatima in Portugal in 1917. She warned of violent trials in the twentieth century if the world did not make reparation for sins. She urged prayer and devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. John Preiss is President of the Fatima Family Apostolate in Alabama, U.S. and he spoke to Susy Hodges about the significance of this weekend’s events and the veneration of Our Lady of Fatima.

Listen to the full interview with John Preiss:

Saturday, 5 October 2013

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Pope Francis to address Filipinos on new evangelization



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Pope Francis to address Filipinos on new evangelization

Pope Francis greets pilgrims gathered in St. Peter's Square during his Oct. 2, 2013 general audience. Credit: Marianne Medlin/CNA.
MANILA, Oct. 3, 2013— No other than Pope Francis will address Filipinos in a Manila-based conference, signaling a push for the local church to discover new approaches on ‘new evangelization’. 

Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle said the pope “will be seen” to deliver his message at the closing Mass of the Philippine Conference on New Evangelization (PCNE) on October 18. 
Tagle said he will get confirmation this week if the pontiff will deliver his message via live stream direct from the Vatican or recorded. 
“The Holy Father, who will send a message – that’s a sign that they’re really interested,” Tagle said. 

The cardinal earlier said the “the eyes of the Vatican are on us” as its officials are looking forward to the conference that will start on Oct. 16 at the University of Santo Tomas (UST). 


Pope in Assisi: Christians must strip themselves of worldliness


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Pope in Assisi: Christians must strip themselves of worldliness

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2013-10-04 Vatican Radio
(Vatican Radio) Christians and the Church must strip themselves of worldliness, said Pope Francis while addressing some of the poor in the Italian hill town of Assisi early Friday. The Pope offered this message in the same hall in which St. Francis, about 800 years ago, undressed himself and laid his fine clothes at his wealthy father’s feet, renouncing his riches and inheritance in favour of a life of poverty consecrated to God.

The Pope once again put aside his prepared speech and began his impromptu remarks by debunking a notion that had circulated in the press in recent days: that he would imitate St. Francis by divesting the bishops, the cardinals and himself, as well. However, he said, today serves as a good occasion to invite the Church to strip itself of worldliness.

 

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