ROTA, CNMI – December 8, 2023, at 6 am a concelebrated Mass presided by BP. Ryan Jimenez D.D. bishop of the Diocese of Chalan Kanoa at Mt. Carmel Cathedral Fr. Rico and I had our renewal of vows, and Bishop Ryan officiated our renewal rite in front of the people of God in the altar. The Recoletos friars in Rota house had their renewal at 5pm Mass at San Francisco de Borja Parish in Songsong Village, Rota, CNMI.
San Vicente Ferrer Chapel: inaugurated and blessed
Before the break of dawn on December 12, 2015, the people ﬂocked in the ground of San Nicolas de Tolentino Church to fetch the ﬁrst class bone-Relic of San Vicente Ferrer from St. Ezekiel Moreno Monastery of the Augustinian Recollect Nuns.
Sierra Leone is Ebola free!
Bacolod City—Today Sierra Leone is declared Ebola-free. Thanks to the divine providence and endless supplications. The people on that part of the globe can continue to live a normal life. Indeed the people of Sierra Leone have lost their loved ones, friends, or neighbors adding to the death toll of more than 10, 000. Africans…
Bishop Juanich celebrates fiesta with the Tagbanuas
CASIAN—Bishop Edgardo Juanich, DD celebrates the fiesta with a mass together with the indigenous peoples of Palawan (Tagbanuas) this November 4, 2015 At San Martin chapel, Mayteguid. Concelebrants are Recollect priests from the parish of San Isidro Labrador.
Bishop-elect Paganelli is Apostolic Administrator of Makeni
PROVINCIALATE — July 18, 2015, at 4:33 A.M., Philippine time, Fray Dominador Mercado, Jr., OAR, local prior of Recoletos de Kamalo in Sierra Leone, which is eight hours behind us, sent an FB message to the Provincial Secretary with two updates: first, that Ebola is already absent in their district for more than three months…
4 Filipino Missionaries one with the People in Sierra Leone, West Africa amidst Ebola virus
SIERRA LEONE – The Filipino Recollect missionaries working in Sierra Leone could have easily opted to pack their bags and go home during the harrowing outbreak of Ebola virus in late 2014. But they chose, instead, the less-beaten path of staying put and serving the people they had considered their own. The four (4) Filipino…