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Lakat-Dalagan para sa Kapari-an 2016

Hundreds of individuals joined the “Lakat-Dalagan para sa Kapari-an,” activity of the Archdiocese of Capiz last March 12. People from different walks of life led by the Most Rev. Jose F. Advincula, Jr., D.D., Archbishop of Capiz gathered at the Roxas City plaza where the fun run and walk started, up to the St. John Paul II Mission Station in Banica, Roxas City and was followed by a Holy Mass. The said project aims to raise funds for the construction of Loleks Home for the retired priest in the Archdiocese. Read More »

Lolek’s Home

Please help us build our "LOLEK'S HOME". This is a Home for the Sick and Aged Priests. Archdiocese Of Capiz Archbishop's Residence Lawa-an, Roxas City, Capiz Philippines Phone No.: (036) 621 0327 Email: admin@archdioceseofcapiz.org CCTN Capiz Bahay Pari Archbishop Residence, Lawa-an Roxas, Capiz (036) 621 9096 The Chancery Immaculate Conception Cathedral Roxas City, Capiz Phone Nos.: (036) 6215-595 (036) 6211-053 Or Contact Us here Read More »

God’s Prophets In An Unbelieving World

Today we are reminded that God continues to care for all human beings, including those who reject Him and wander far away in their moral life. Some of the clearest signs of His caring love are the prophets that He sends to His people to remind them of their duties and to make them understand the great harm they cause to others and themselves through their misbehavior. Jesus, the greatest of all prophets, experienced the bitter taste of rejection and warned his disciples that they, too, would be treated in the same way. Far from discouraging us, this should bring us to do our best to be faithful to our prophetic mission in the Church and in society, following the example of Jesus himself. In this Eucharist, let us ask for the grace to do just this, no matter what the cost. Download Sambuhay 14th Sunday Of Ordinary Time Download Read More »

Long Live The God Of Life

Death is one of the inescapable sad realities of our life. It is particularly hurting when it snatches away people who are young or are specially promising, strong or needed in a family or society. Our faith tells us that suffering and death are not part of God’s original plan for mankind. They were introduced into our life by the devil when he convinced the first human beings to disobey God’s instructions. Their destructive presence is further strengthened every time we sin. Today’s Liturgy of the Word reminds us that the God in whom we believe does not want death and suffering because He is a “GOD OF LIFE.” He wants that all human beings may have life and have it to the full. Such is the message of the First Reading and the Gospel. In this Eucharistic celebration, let us be thankful to the Lord for the gifts of ... Read More »

Our Hope In the Storms Of Life

Life is not smooth sailing from beginning to end. Sooner or later, something happens that disrupts its tranquility. In those trying situations, Jesus is our only hope of salvation. And we must learn to turn to him as the disciples did during the storm that threatened to sink them. Violent “storms” do not batter only individuals, families or institutions. They attack also the Church. But in spite of all these “storms” the Church has not only managed to survive, but also to grow, thanks to the presence of Jesus in her. Let this consoling thought accompany us as we are about to begin this Eucharistic celebration and offer it for the salvation of both individual believers and those parts of the Church that are undergoing severe tests and trials. Today we also observe “Father’s Day.” This is a wonderful opportunity for us to express our love for all the fathers ... Read More »

Lakat…Dalagan Para Sa Kaparian

The Commission On Clergy of the Archdiocese of Capiz is organizing a FUN RUN titled "Lakat…Dalagan Para Sa Kaparian" to be held on March 7, 2015 from 6:00am to 8:00am. It will start at Roxas City Plaza and will end at St. John Paul II Mission Station, Banica, Roxas City, after which Mass will be celebrated for the participants. "Lakat…Dalagan Para Sa Kaparian" is designed not for participants to have fun, walk and run for health but also to share a donation to help build a retirement home for us, the Capiz Clergy which will be called Lolek's Home For Sick and Aged Priests. We strongly encourage our brother priests participate and send participants to this Fun Run from parishes/quasi parishes, mission stations and schools. We strongly encourage every parish/mission stations to invite individual sponsors who can contribute Php 5,000 (Gold Sponsors with free gold-colored t-shirts) or Php 3,000 (Silver ... Read More »

National Day Of Mourning – January 28, 2015

By virtue of Proclamation No. 953, s. 2015, this Friday, January 30, 2015, has been declared a National Day of Mourning. All public institutions and military installations, are instructed to lower the Philippine flag to half-mast in honor of the members of the Philippine National Police Special Action Force that fell during an armed encounter in Maguindanao last Sunday, as well as a sign of solidarity with their families. The necrological service will be led by President Benigno S. Aquino III on the National Day of Mourning. It will be held at Camp Bagong Diwa, Taguig, at 10:00 a.m. The President conferred the Medalya ng Katapangan (the PNP Medal of Bravery) on the honored dead by placing the medal atop their coffins. The remains of the members of the PNP Special Action Force arrived Thursday morning at Villamor Air Base in caskets draped with the Philippine flag. This was done ... Read More »

Benvenuti nel Filippine Papa Francesco

We join the 81 million Filipino Catholics in warmly welcoming Pope Francis. Pope Francis arrives at 5:45 p.m. today at the Villamor Air Base then proceed to the Apostolic Nunciature, of the Vatican Embassy on Taft Avenue. He arrived from Colombo, Sri Lanka, a country recovering from two-and-a-half decades of ethnic and religious civil war, where he spent 3 days, capped by the canonization of Fr. Joseph Vas. He was met at the Bandaranaike International Airport by newly elected President Maithripala Sirisena, with 40 elephants dressed in colorful costumes lining the airport road behind him. Only 7 percent of Sri Lanka’s population are Catholics, since the members of the Sinhalese majority are typically Buddhist, and Tamils for the most part Hindu. President Aquino will lead the welcomers at Villamor Air Base. He will receive Pope Francis at Malacañang on Friday, together with government officials and diplomatic corps. The Pope will ... Read More »

Papal Visit Philippines Itinerary

His Holiness Pope Francis will bring his message of “mercy and compassion” to at least 11 different venues in the province of Leyte and Metro Manila during his Apostolic Visit to the Philippines on January 15-19, 2015. Pope Francis is expected to arrive in Manila from Sri Lanka, the first leg of his Asian trip, by plane past 5 p.m. on January 15, and will go on a motorcade to his official residence in the Philippines. The following morning, January 16, Pope Francis will be officially welcomed by President Benigno S. Aquino III at Malacañan Palace on J. P. Laurel Street in Manila. The Pope will also meet Philippine authorities and members of the diplomatic corps. After the Palace reception, Pope Francis will go on a motorcade to the Cathedral-Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (Manila Cathedral) in Intramuros for a Mass with bishops, priests, and women and men religious. Later, ... Read More »

Brgy. Janguslob, Dumarao, Capiz Ground Breaking Ceremony.

To complete the four communities for the Shelter Reconstruction Project under the Recovery Assistance to Vulnerable Communities Affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines or ‪#‎REACH‬-PHILIPPINES Project, Capiz Archdiocesan Social Action Center conducted the ground breaking ceremony and lay-out of first 2 shelters in Brgy. Janguslob, Dumarao, Capiz last November 10, 2014. Together with the beneficiaries, Brgy. Officials and CASAC team, Rev. Fr. Mark Q. Granflor presided the blessing. Program Manager Fr. Fancisco Casalda, Jr. then explained the process of the construction together with Arch. Marlon Sean Mondragon as the Shelter Project Officer. With 30 beneficiaries under the said project, CASAC aims to finish all the units on January 2015. The activity marked the start of the continuous help of CASAC not only to the beneficiaries of the different interventions but also in making Brgy. Janguslob a resilient community. Read More »

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