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Welcome to the Diocese of San Pablo!

November 28th each year is a special date for the Diocese of San Pablo in Laguna. It commemorates the beginning of this particular local Church in the Southern Tagalog region of Luzon. The Diocese of San Pablo, erected through the Apostolic Letter Ecclesiarum per ampla on Nov. 28, 1966, was the last of the four ecclesiastical units carved out of the Diocese of Lipa since this was created as a separate diocese from the Archdiocese of Manila in 1910. The first was the Apostolic Prefecture of Mindoro in 1936, then the Diocese of Lucena in 1950, followed by the Prelature of Infanta in 1951 and finally the Diocese of San Pablo in 1966 (the canonical erection took place in April 18, 1967), which comprises the City of San Pablo and the whole province of Laguna.
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Special Events and Announcements


Pagsapit ng Sept. 24, 2023, ang huling araw (o Lupi) ng masasayang pagdiriwang na ito, ilalabas mula sa retablo mayor ng Pakil ang orihinal na imahen ng Vigen delas Antiguas na pinuprusisyon. Sa isang motorcade, ito ay dadalhin sa Cathedral Parish of St. Paul the First Hermit. Sama-sama nating salubungin sa pintuan ng Katedral ang imaheng ito 2:30 ng hapon. Pasusundan ito ng Misa at koronasyon sa pangunguna ng Lub. Kgg. Antonio Tobias, DD, Obispo-Emerito ng Novaliches. Isasagawa ang inaabangang Turumba procession matapos nito sa kahabaan ng J.P. Rizal Avenue hanggang sa Liceo de San Pablo compound.

Vocation Month

As the Diocese of San Pablo celebrates every September the VOCATION MONTH, SPYC will have Vocation Awareness Program entitled, “CROSSROADS: Profession and Vocation #saIyoparin” this coming September 30, 2023 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM at Mater Ecclesiae School, City of San Pedro, Laguna.The event and program will highlight the status of the young adults as professionals and making use of it for the glory of God and the service of fellow human beings.

National Catechetical Month

Every month of SEPTEMBER, the Philippine Catholic Church celebrates the National Catechetical Month. This is in relation with the feast of St. Lorenzo Ruiz, a catechist and the first martyr-saint in the country.Every year, the Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (ECCCE) would release the theme and official poster which serves as reference for the celebration of catechists in the national and archdiocesan /diocesan/prelature level.

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