Monday, December 10, 2012

REINA Po Cluster Assembly,Paskuhan at Reunion


Christmas Party and Reunion Reina Polilio
December15, 2012 (Saturday) 1:00 P.M. onward

I.                    Registration/Arrival            Sis. Vangie and Sis. Daisy Leynes
II.                 Introduction                       EMCEE- Jun Gucilatar
III.               Worship                            Bro. Boning Cuerdo
IV.              Welcome Remarks:            Bro. Boy Leynes-CH Infanta 1
V.                 Guests/Messages:              Bro. Bro. Randy Saludes-Cluster Head
           Bro. Adel Ambrocio- Sector head

VI.              Presentation:                      YFC/SFC
          Kids for Christ

VII.            Games:                  Chapter 1
Handmaid of the Lord
Chapter 3-General Nakar -
VIII.         Presentation:          Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3

IX.                      Games                       Chapter 2
X.                       SAYAWAN NA:         DANCE INSTRUCTOR

XI.                    Closing Remarks          Bro. Alex V. Rutagines-CH Infanta 2 /Real

Misa ng Pasasalamat

  1. PAKSA:              Bro. Nato Costumrado

  1. PAGBASA:        Unang Pagbasa- Bro. Lito Remolona
Ikalawang Pagbasa- Bro. Ednor   Palceso
  1. Pagbabalik Loob:         Sis. Linda Villaflor
  2. Pag-aalay:                    CHAPTER REINA POLILIO
  3. Panalangin ng Bayan:  Bro. Japs La Torre
  4. Pasasalamat:                Bro. Arnel Escara

MASS CELEBRANTS- FR______________

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Newly-installed Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle

It’s now Cardinal Tagle

6 named new princes of ‘universal’ Church


Pope Benedict XVI inducted Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle and five other non-European prelates into the College of Cardinals on Saturday, bringing a more geographically diverse mix into the exclusive club of red-robed churchmen.
During a solemn consistory in St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican, Benedict bestowed a three-pointed red hat and a gold ring on Tagle, installing him as the seventh Filipino cardinal in the nearly 500-year history of Catholic faith in the Philippines.
Benedict embraced Tagle after conferring the symbols of the Fillipino prelate’s new rank as a “prince” of the Church.
Rising star
Tagle, seen by many to be a rising star in the church, visibly choked up as he knelt before Benedict to receive his biretta and gold ring, and wiped tears from his eyes as he returned to his place.
The 55-year-old Tagle is noted for his young, modern approach. In February, he openly urged the Church to tackle child-sex-abuse offenders and has called on bishops to report rather than protect paedophile suspects in the wake of the scandals that rocked the Catholic Church.
Cardinal Tagle was assigned the Church of Saint Felix of Cantalice a Centocelle, once held by the late Cardinal Stephen Kim Sou-hwan, Archbishop of Seoul, South Korea.
The prayer guide released by the Vatican for the consistory said the back part of the cardinals’ rings represented “the stylized column found in St. Peter’s Basilica, while the face is a bas-relief in the shape of a cross.”
“On the face are figures of St. Peter and St. Paul, modeled on their statues located in front of the basilica, representing faith and missionary proclamation,” the guide said.
“Between the two saints, as if to illumine them, is placed an eight-pointed star, a clear reference to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Inside the ring, beneath the face, are the arms of Pope Benedict XVI in bas-relief,” it said.
The pontiff presided over the ceremony where five other clergies from Colombia, India, Lebanon, Nigeria, and the United States were elevated.
Aside from Tagle, Benedict elevated Archbishop James Harvey, the American prefect of the papal household; Abuja, Nigeria Archbishop John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan; Bogota, Colombia Archbishop Ruben Salazar Gomez; Patriarch of Antioch of the Maronites in Lebanon, His Beatitude Bechara Boutros Rai; and the major Archbishop of the Trivandrum of the Siro-Malankaresi in India, His Beatitude Baselios Cleemis Thottunkal.

Cheers, applause
As Benedict read each name aloud in Latin, cheers and applause erupted from their friends and family members in the pews.
Abuja, Onaiyekan, meanwhile, seemed to want to sit down and chat with each one of the dozens of cardinals that he greeted in the traditional exchange of peace that follows the formal elevation rite.
Benedict has said that with this “little consistory,” he was essentially completing his last cardinal-making ceremony held in February, when he elevated 22 cardinals, the vast majority of them European archbishops and Vatican bureaucrats.
Benedict said Saturday that the new cardinals represent the “unique, universal and all-inclusive identity” of the Catholic Church.
“In this consistory, I want to highlight in particular the fact that the church is the church of all peoples, and so she speaks in the various cultures of the different continents,” he said.
Universal church
The six new cardinals “show that the Church is the Church of all peoples and speaks in all languages,” Benedict said in November. “It’s not the church of one continent but a universal church,” he said.
That said, the College of Cardinals remains heavily European, even with the new additions: Of the 120 cardinals under age 80 and thus eligible to vote in a conclave to elect a new pope, more than half—62—are European.
Critics have complained that the College of Cardinals no longer represents the Church, since Catholicism is growing in Asia and Africa but is in crisis in much of Europe.
The issue of numbers is significant since these are the men who will elect the next pope from among their ranks: Will the next pontiff come from the southern hemisphere, where two-thirds of the world’s Catholics live? Or will the papacy return to Italy, which has 28 voting-age cardinals, after a Polish and German pope?
The new cardinals do make the papal voting bloc a bit more multinational: Latin America, which boasts half of the world’s Catholics, now has 21 voting-age cardinals; North America, 14; Africa, 11; Asia, 11; and Australia, one.
CNN Senior Vatican analyst John Allen Jr. has tagged Tagle as a “new papal contender.”
Harvey, as the American prefect of the papal household, was the direct superior of the pope’s former butler, Paolo Gabriele, who is serving an 18 month prison sentence in a Vatican jail for stealing the pope’s private papers and leaking them to a reporter in the greatest Vatican security breach in modern times.
The Vatican spokesman has denied Harvey, 63 from Milwaukee, is leaving because of the scandal. But on the day the pope announced Harvey would be made cardinal, he also said he would leave the Vatican to take up duties as the archpriest of one of the Vatican’s four Roman basilicas. Such a face-saving promotion-removal is not an uncommon Vatican personnel move.
Harvey’s departure has led to much speculation about who would replace him in the delicate job of organizing the pope’s daily schedule and arranging audiences.
Main task: Elect new pope
Cardinals serve as the pope’s closest advisers, but their main task is to elect a new pope. And with Benedict, 85, slowing down, that task is ever more present. For the second time, the consistory ceremony was greatly trimmed back, lasting just over an hour to spare the pope the fatigue of a lengthy ceremony.
He will, however, celebrate Mass on Sunday with them.
While Benedict didn’t mention the cardinals’ primary task in his remarks, he did remind them that the scarlet of their cassock and hat that they wear symbolizes the blood that cardinals must be willing to shed to remain faithful to the church.
“From now on you will be even more closely and intimately linked to the See of Peter,” he said.
The six new cardinals are all under age 80. Their nominations bring the number of voting-age cardinals to 120, 67 of whom were named by Benedict, all but ensuring that his successor will be chosen from a group of like-minded prelates.
Saturday’s consistory marks the first time in decades that not a single European or Italian has been made a cardinal — a statistic that has not gone unnoticed in Italy. Italy still has the lions’ share of cardinals, though, with 28 voting-age “princes” of the church.
Among those present at the consistory were Vice President Jejomar Binay and Lebanese President Michel Suleiman and lawmakers from India and Nigeria. With a report from Associated Press in Vatican


It’s now Cardinal Tagle

Monday, November 5, 2012

Vision, Mission and Goals

Moved by the Holy Spirit, one with the Catholic Church, blessed to witness to Christ’s love and service, Couples for Christ is a united global community of family evangelizers that sets the world on fire with the fullness of God’s transforming love.

We are Couples for Christ. We are committed to live in God’s righteousness and holiness, evangelizing people through a life of love and service; we shall work for the renewal of families that will serve God and build generations of Christian leaders; and, we shall pursue Total Christian Liberation through social justice, respect for life, and work with the poor.

To strategically locate in the world to evangelize peoples and inculcate a way of life based on Gospel values.
To strengthen and defend the family as a basic unit of society and of the Church in accordance with God’s plan.
3. TOTAL CHRISTIAN LIBERATION (Justice, Life, and Poor)
To help the least of our brethren based on Matthew 25:40, “Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.”
To provide effective and efficient support services to fulfill the vision and mission of CFC.

Source: CFC
Vision, Mission and Goals

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Young and Adult Sexual Reprouctive Health
Organic Farming

Thursday, October 18, 2012

10 Reminders That God Is with You

  1. By Christi Brown


    He gives us courage we could never even dream existed, just to stand when He asks us to.

    Be Willing
    God doesn’t use us because of how strong we are. He uses us because of how willing we are to meet Him where He is working.
Getting Close 

There is great comfort in knowing my God wants me so close to Him. He isn't setting himself up somewhere, separated and away from me, to rule over me. He wants me so close that He can hold every beat of my heart with his love.

A Bigger Plan

God loves me enough to not always "come to my rescue" in my trials, but to walk me through them, so that He can build in me the strength that I need to fulfill the plan He has for me.

He Takes the Pain Away 

Emotional pain is the heart's rejection of an undesired reality that one must face. The only salve for such deeply difficult hurt is the peace that only God can bring, as he moves you through the pain.

God, in His infinite mercy, will not only walk your journey with you, leading you, but he will leave His footprints in and on your life, to let you know He is still there, walking beside you in every peak and in every valley that you face.

He loves, because he loves. Not because of what we can do, have done or will do, or because of how "good" we are, but because we are his other qualifications needed.


Each trial passed through is a reminder for those ahead, that He will take us through our darkest nights.

Trust Him 

He always keeps us just enough dependent on Him that we realize how little we can do without Him.

Keep Moving 

Sometimes the Lord makes us learn in places of discomfort so that we won't stay still and refuse to move to the next place He has for us. Keep moving. He will take you through.


Tuesday, October 9, 2012

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Monday, October 8, 2012

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Luke 10:38-42.

Jesus entered a village where a woman whose name was Martha welcomed him.
She had a sister named Mary who sat beside the Lord at his feet listening to him speak.
Martha, burdened with much serving, came to him and said, "Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me by myself to do the serving? Tell her to help me."
The Lord said to her in reply, "Martha, Martha, you are anxious and worried about many things.
There is need of only one thing. Mary has chosen the better part and it will not be taken from her."


Psalms 139(138):1b-3.13-14ab.14c-15.

O LORD, you have probed me, you know me:
You know when I sit and when I stand;
You understand my thoughts from afar.
My journeys and my rest you scrutinize,
With all my ways you are familiar.

Truly you have formed my inmost being;
You knit me in my mother's womb.
I give you thanks that I am fearfully, wonderfully made;
Wonderful are your works.

My soul also you knew full well;
Nor was my frame unknown to you
When I was made in secret,
When I was fashioned in the depths of the earth.



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