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HOLY WEEK is not only time to repent, it is also a time to reflect on what we have done to ourselves, to other people and how our relationship with the Lord made us better persons. This is the time of the year where we take time out and talk to the Lord and ask forgiveness for whatever wrong we have done. Try not to celebrate holy week at beach. Just reflect and talk to God, This is the greatest gift your offer to the ALMIGHTY. Let us spare this week for our GOD. Let us spend time for Reflection and Pray. Be thankful for all the blessings He bestowed upon us. May we all have a meaningful holy week.

OUR LADY OF ATONEMENT

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STO. NIÑO

The Vicariate of Our Lady of the Atonement consists of 10 Parishes. (More short intro will be added by the Chancellor's Secretary)

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The Vicariate of San Jose consists of 9 Parishes. (More short intro will be added by the Chancellor's Secretary)

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The Vicariate of Santo Niño consists of 9 Parishes as well. (More short intro will be added by the Chancellor's Secretary)

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07/17/13 Fr. Manuel G. Flores, Jr.

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Bishop Carlito J. Cenzon, CICM, DD

Feast of Corpus Christi, 2013

Christians celebrate today the Feast of the Body of Christ, “Corpus Christi”. Christians recall the origin of the holy Eucharist, which is also called “the Mass”, described as the Source and Summit of Christian Spirituality. Yes, this is the highest spiritual gift which the Lord Jesus bequeathed to all those who would believe in him: the gift of spiritual food, which is none other than Jesus Christ himself. Food is sustenance, food is nourishment.  In the holy Eucharist, we are nourished with God’s Word, and then with his Body.

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I WILL NOT LEAVE YOU ORPHANS

Pentecost 2013

Bishop +Carlito J. Cenzon, CICM, DD

“I will not leave you orphans.” Jesus, having finished his mission leading to the Cross, assured the people who believed in him that he would not abandon them. Yes, he would go back to his Father in heaven, but he left them a promise: the Holy Spirit would come and strengthen them: he would help them understand everything about him and everything he had said and dine. And, although he would go away, he would still accompany them, saying: “I will be with you even to the end of the age”.


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ASCENSION DAY 2013

Bishop +Carlito J. Cenzon, CICM, DD

Today we celebrate Jesus’ going back to his Father in heaven. I like to read the different versions of the event, as recorded in the Acts of the Apostles (1:1-11) and in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. We note that when taken together, the different accounts present a rich material for our meditation, reflection and inspiration.

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FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI, 2013

By Bishop Carlito J. Cenzon, CICM, DD

Christians celebrate today the Feast of the Body of Christ, “Corpus Christi”. Christians recall the origin of the holy Eucharist, which is also called “the Mass”, described as the Source and Summit of Christian Spirituality. Yes, this is the highest spiritual gift which the Lord Jesus bequeathed to all those who would believe in him: the gift of spiritual food, which is none other than Jesus Christ himself. Food is sustenance, food is nourishment.

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