Animations

Lenten-Penitential-Service.pdf View
Grace, mercy and peace of God the Father and Jesus Christ, His Son be with you in truth and love.
Holy Hour in the celebration of the Year of the Cl View
The attraction and the appreciation of vocation to priestly and religious life primarily center and convincingly demand the personal witnessing of those consecrated to the Lord. Three basic elements must be present in their life and ministry; first, a personal relationship with the Lord, second, the complete gift of self to God and that of a life filled with communion. During this adoration in front of the Eucharistic Lord, we are fervently invited to listen, reflect and deepen in the silence of our hearts His loving Presence and living message.
Day of Consecrated Life (The Presentation of Jesus View
The Presentation of Jesus at the Temple is an early episode in the life of Jesus that is celebrated by the Church on the holiday of Candlemas. "In the Gospel of Luke's narration of the Presentation in the Temple, combines the purification rite with the Jewish ceremony of the redemption of the firstborn (Luke 2:23–24)."
Pentecost. The Spirit of Truth.pdf View
The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) speaks of Pentecost as being: “The fiftieth day at the end of the seven weeks following Passover (Easter in the Christian dispensation). At the first Pentecost after the Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus, the Holy Spirit was manifested, given and communicated as a Divine Person to the Church, fulfilling the Paschal Mystery of Christ according to His promise” (726, 731; cf. 1287; also: Cf. Catechism, Glossary, p. 893). Pentecost is the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in fulfillment of Jesus’ promise (CCC, 731; Acts of the Apostles 2:33-36).
Catechesis on the Year of the Clergy and the Conse View
A Short Catechesis on the Year of the Clergy and Consecrated persons as declared by the CBCP (Catholic Bishop Conference of the Philippines) for the year 2018-2019.
The Lord s Prayer (Meditative).pdf View
First of all in the Lord’s Prayer, we can invoke God as 􀍞Father􀍟 because Jesus-the Son of God made man has revealed the Father to us. In God the Son, Jesus- through our baptism, we are incorporated and adopted as children of God. The Lord’s Prayer brings us into communion with the Father and with His Son, Jesus Christ. At the same time it reveals us to ourselves. In our Holy Hour, we meditate deeply this prayer taught by Jesus Christ.
The Face of God s Mercy.pdf View
Guided Holy Hour in the celebration of the Year of Mercy, 2016 with a theme: Jesus Christ – The Face of God s Merciful Love
Adoration by St. Peter Julian Eymard.pdf View
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament by means of the four sacrifice by St. Peter Julian Eymard; I. Act of adoration - The act of adoration is concerned with the excellence of our Lord.
Waiting, Waiting (advent).pdf View
"Life is a constant Advent season: we are continually waiting to become, to discover, to complete, to fulfil. Hope, struggle, fear, expectation and fulfilment are all part of our Advent experience.
Path to Holiness.pdf View
This animated holy hour in Honor of the Solemnity of All Saints was prepared for pastoral use with a theme "Path of Holiness". We give credits to the different sources.

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