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Diocesan News

DIOCESE HOLDS 2ND TRAINING FOR NON-PRO COUNSELLORS

The Diocesan Commission on Health Care conducted the second batch of Training for Basic Counseling Skills for Non-Professional Counselors last February 3 & 10, 2024 at the Bishop’s Residence.

Diocesan News

CONSECRATED MEN & WOMEN, NAGDIWANG NG KANILANG ARAW

Ginanap ang pagdiriwang ng World Day for Consecrated Life noong Pebrero 2 sa pamamagitan ng pagtitipon ng iba’t-ibang kinatawan ng mga relihiyoso sa diyosesis sa loob ng Bishop’s Residence sa Lungsod ng San Pablo.

Diocesan News

DIOCESE SENDS-OFF PRIEST FOR MISSION

On February 19, Monday, during the Mass for the monthly Clergy Assembly, Bishop Mylo Vergara presided over the sending-off rites for Fr. Alex Pontilla, who volunteered to do missions in New Zealand. He was accompanied by priests from the Mission Society of the Philippines (MSP), the missionary arm of the Catholic Church in the country.

Diocesan News

Ang 20th Diocesan Bible Convention

Ginanap noong ika-20 ng Enero 2024, sa Lyceum of the Philippines - Laguna, sa Brgy. Makiling, Calamba City, Laguna, ang 20th Diocesan Bible Convention ng Diocesan Commission on Biblical Apostolate (DCBA), na may temang "God’s Word: Breath of New Life".

Vatican News

Synod seeks to offset carbon footprint of upcoming General Assembly

The General Secretariat of the Synod commits to working towards a sustainable General Assembly in the month of October, as Pope Francis prepares to release part two of his encyclical "Laudato si'".

CBCP News

Healing nun to lead retreat for lay people in Cebu

The Archdiocese of Cebu announced on Friday that there will be a retreat for lay people with Irish nun Sr. Briege McKenna, a well-known international speaker and faith healer.

Vatican News

Pope: 'Greater literacy promotes sustainable and peaceful societies'

Pope Francis underscores the value of literacy for individuals and societies, while shedding light on three challenges, in a message to a global UNESCO conference to mark International Literacy Day.

CBCP News

Manila archdiocese divests from ‘coal, other destructive businesses’

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila announced it has divested from fossil fuels, the largest contributor to climate change, and what it called “other destructive businesses”.