February 2021 Recollection Materials: HE EMPTIED HIMSELF

maxresdefault

Translated by Fray Dunstan Huberto Decena, OAR

Philippians 2:7

The 4th chapter of the document  To live out Poverty: Grace and Challenge of the Prior General, is entitled “Our Poverty: Grace and Hope.” From this we can say that it is a reflection on the elemental dispositions that should be in our lives in order that consecrated poverty may have meaning. On this regard it would be fitting to call to mind St. Augustine who used to discern between true asceticism and false privations, for which he used to start from the motives that bring about their practices. For him, any practice or action must be discerned with the light of the Word of God and the motivations that make us do them, and without doubt this is important when dealing with our form of living out poverty.

Since this 4th chapter is rather long, the material we present for our monthly recollection does not intend to repeat it, rather to stimulate a re-reading and, above all, create an adequate disposition to pray alone, as well as with the brothers in community. Therefore, we shall underline some points that Fr. General suggests, and then we shall point out some questions that lead us to reflection and prayer.

Come Holy Spirit.

Our weakness needs the assistance of the Sweet Guest of the soul, the Holy Spirit, consoler and father of the poor. We beg him for his gifts and the realization of his fruits in us.

Holy Spirit, come, illumine my dulled mind, clarify my perspectives, open my ears to the word of Jesus an make fruitful in us love, peace, patience, kindness, faith, meekness and temperance (Gal. 5:22). That the poverty of a God who gives himself completely, be our greatest wealth. Amen.

Reflection.

Free my heart.

The first section of the chapter speaks to us of the capacity to set free, that authentic poverty has. Christian anthropology sees man from the perspective of the history of salvation as a being called to freedom, but that freedom, after the original sin, needs to be freed. Poverty, in the Gospel meaning of the word, is a means to free the freedom and avoid the many slaveries that ensnare the human heart. The liberating poverty changes the perspective of a religious and, in this way, the riches are not the things but the persons:

“Our great patrimony as an Order is not the money we can possess, our wealth are the religious, their unconditional surrender to Christ and their humble and simple service to others. Let us open our eyes, let us see with the spirit of faith our elders and the sick who dedicated their life with fidelity and joy, working much and saving as much as possible yet always generous to others. Let us admire the young who leave behind their job, and human dreams and securities, to become Augustinian Recollects. Let us remember the dedication of the brothers who day after day are with the poor in the missions and in ministries of human and spiritual poverty. Let us appreciate the religious who, with self-denial and sacrifice, work full of the illusion to continue serving in zones of mission, parishes, centers of education and houses of formation” (4.1).

Well then, it is not easy to arrive at this vision of things. To arrive at contemplating in this way the reality that surround us, there is need for a whole series of attitudes, underlined in the second section:

  • Reconfigure our desires with the light of the Word of God.
  • Consider personal and communitarian process of growth in poverty as the work of grace and a result of a humble life in the most profound meaning of the word.
  • Not to lose sight of the need for a permanent discernment and a desire to live this way in communion.
  • To wager for virtues that precisely are not in fashion: simplicity, sobriety, frugality, and austerity.

Help me to share more.

The third section situates us before realities closely related to our daily life: community of goods, work and solidarity. They seem to be three interdependent realities. Without community of goods what type of work can we offer? What kind of work can really give me solidarity with the others? We must revise our idea about community of goods from the perspective of the Prior General’s words, inspired by St. Augustine: For him, it is “a way of constructing new relationships of equality and unity in the bosom of the community.”

Lord, that I may learn from the choices made by so many religious.

Some affirmations of popes like St. John Paul II, Benedict XVI and Francis, permit the Prior General to remind us that the option for the poor is not something ideological or cultural, nor can it be put aside; rather it is above all theological, Christological, essential to the Christian faith. In fact, the Order and many religious have made such choice very seriously, that it leaves us with a question and a challenge for the present:

“In all the stages of the history of the Order there had been communities that were characterized by responding with their prayers, creativity, efforts and generosity to the human and social needs of the poor and the indigent. The general government, each province, each community and each one of us, ought to feel summoned and committed, whatever may be the situation, age, ministry or office is occupied. It is about an evangelical option that is personal and of the whole Order to change us and try to change our community structures, those of society and those of the culture that impede it” (4.4).

If it were necessary, to revise the criteria of evaluation.

To rethink a reality or situation necessarily implies to recognize that we are moving towards a series of criteria, whatever they may be. What are the criteria that we find in our Order to make a judgment of value concerning our presences and social works? How do I pursue this process of evaluation? The Church and the General invite us to an in-depth discernment, that perhaps should raise up changes of sensibility and mentality.

“The apostolic works and institutions belonging to the Order (education centers, churches, buildings, houses of formation) are not only a means to secure the sustainability of our own institute, but also belong to the fruitfulness of the charism. This implies questioning ourselves if our works manifest or not the charism we have professed, if they fulfill or not the mission entrusted to us be the Church. The principal criterion of evaluation of the works is not its income, but if it corresponds to the charism and the mission that the Order is called to fulfill” (4.5).

Let us take care of our house…

The prophetic words of Pope Francis in the encyclical Laudato si today acquire its full meaning. Only the fool would not notice it. Well then, what can be the meaning and what are the implications of personal and communitarian living out of integral ecology? Certainly there are no prescriptions and clear and distinct answers to this question. We have a long history, since 1588, but until now we had not been especially preoccupied about the ecological question, at least not in the actual terms nor had we been confronted with a problem with such magnitude. Where can we, the Augustinian Recollects, make a start? Something is sure:

“We, the Augustinian Recollects, cannot remain enclosed in our small world and not have a global vision of the reality in order to assume our responsibility and declare ourselves in defense of the poor, the weak and vulnerable, in a debate often dominated by the interests of the more powerful” (4,6).

Let the names and the facts of our history speak to me.

Upon reading the last point of the chapter that inspires our recollection, we cannot stop admiring: being so fragile and considering such limitations both personal and institutional, we have accomplished so much. The history, with so many names and places, tell us that it is possible to walk those paths of believer’s social commitments, perhaps with new procedures, but with the same passion. We will have to re-read and pray over this point of the chapter in thanksgiving…

A biblical text for prayer.

One of the texts cited at the beginning of chapter four of our document is Phil 2:8. Perhaps we can use this quote as an invitation to once again scrutinize the complete Christological hymn. Furthermore, it is perhaps convenient that we take as our point of departure the exhortation that Paul gives to the Philippians to make  his joy complete, coming to live in unanimity and in consonance with the example of Christ. Let us take time in our recollection to make a meditative and prayerful reading of this text and let us take note of the motions of the Holy Spirit in each of us:

Complete my joy by being of the same mind, with the same love, united in heart, thinking one thing. Do nothing out of selfishness or out of vainglory, rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves, each looking out not for his own interests, but also everyone for those of others. Have among yourselves the same attitude that is also yours in Christ Jesus,

Who, though he was in the form of God, did not regard equality with God something to be grasped. Rather, he emptied himself taking the form of a slave, coming in human likeness, and found human in appearance. He humbled himself, becoming obedient to death, even death on the cross” (Phil. 2:2-8).

Quotes from St. Augustine for meditation and prayer.

The saints acquire a particular capacity to call things by name: they know what is “wealth” and what is “poverty.” Well then, let us think in the experience of poverty and wealth what is hidden behind the following words and let us see what they say to the heart:

“Only one thing I know: it is bad for me to be far from you, Lord, and not only outside of me, but including within myself; and all wealth that is not my God, is poverty “ (conf. 13, 8,9).

“I have learnt to be content with what I have. I know how to walk with lack, as well as in abundance. I am ready for anything and in everything: for satiety or for hunger, for abundance or for privation. I can do all things in him who comforts me (Phil. 11:13). Comfort me again that I may be capable for it. Give what you command and command what you will” (conf. 10, 31, 45).

Extracts for reflection and sharing in community.

“The humble can see without fear his own reality, without perfectionism nor pessimism, and because he is capable to tell the truth to himself and of recognizing the dignity and the relational character of every human person, he can be in solidarity with the others. If we are humble, we feel poor, we accept our imperfection, at the same time we are called to overcome our deficiencies with simplicity and confidence” (4.2.1).

1. According to these words, What is the relation between humility and poverty?

2. Is something said in this text reflected in your dealings with others?

“Living out poverty should imply for us the care for the whole of Creation and motivate a permanent formation on integral ecology, to understand that the environment is a gift from God and a common inheritance that must be cared for, not destroyed. Integral ecology can be a road to feel poor and grateful before God” (4.6).

1. Do you feel that you have the instruments to live a permanent formation as what is suggested above? Would you like that more work be done in this direction?

2. What do you believe can be done to care with greater attention for the environment that surrounds you?

Final Prayer.

Lord Jesus, transparency of the poor and rich life before the eyes of the Father, you who were and are truly free, meek and humble of heart, guard us from the temptation to leave aside the evangelical poverty and the poor. Let the weight of our love move us by your Spirit, to find the energies of simple work of everyday in the wealth of your heart. Amen.

More posts about:

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Fray Dunstan Huberto Decena, OAR

Fray Hubert Dunstan Decena, OAR

Priest/Religious/Bible Professor of the Order of Augustinian Recollects in the Province of St. Ezekiel Moreno.

Leave a Comment





< 2021 >
June
SMTuWThFS
  1
  • All day
    June 1, 2021

    MEETING OF THE PRE-CAPITULAR COMMISSION

    BIRTHDAY
    Fray Raul Buhay Fray Russell Lapidez
    Sis. Susana Batin, SAR (Manila Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sis. Estella Buelo, SAR (Manila Chapter)

2
  • All day
    June 2, 2021

    150th SACERDOTAL ANNIVERSARY
    (1871-2021) OF ST. EZEKIEL MORENO
    [Ordaining prelate: Manila Archbp. Gregorio Melitón Martínez]

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Constantino Real
    Sis. Consuelo de Castro, SAR (Cavite Chapter) Carl Veloso (RAY-Cavite)

3
  • All day
    June 3, 2021

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Roy Baluarte
    Fray Ramon Bitancor III (solemnly prof.) Sis. Clothie Canoy, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

4
  • All day
    June 4, 2021

    PRAYER INTENTION: FOR VOCATIONS (cf. LAMP 5c)

    RENEWAL VISIT 2021
    RECOLETOS DE BAGUIO / June 4-6

    BIRTHDAY
    Sis. Milagros Lagan, SAR (Brooke’s Point Chapter)

5
  • All day
    June 5, 2021

    400th ANNIVERSARY OF POPE GREGORY XVs MILITANTIS ECCLESIAE
    (which elevated the Recoletos Province to the rank of Congregation)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (1985-2021)

    Fray Francisco Antonio
    Fray Amadeo Lucero

    BIRTHDAY
    Sis. Purita Crom, SAR (Tondo Chapter)
    Sis. Herminigilda Claver, SAR (Talisay Chapter)
    Sis. Estelita Divinagracia, SAR (Miranila Chapter)

6
  • All day
    June 6, 2021-June 7, 2021

    SOLEMNITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI

    CARES, BAGUIO: TRANSITIO ET FORMATIO / GRADUATION

    BIRTHDAY
    Sis. Ma. Asuncion Zorilla, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)
    Christine Joy Euraba (RAY-Talisay)

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION
    Most Rev. Agustinus Agus (Archdiocese of Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia)

7
  • All day
    June 7, 2021

    RENEWAL VISIT 2021
    RECOLETOS DE URBIZTONDO / June 7

     

    BIRTHDAY
    Sr. Ma. Teresita Aurigue, AR
    Sis. Josefina Mangulabnan, SAR (Provincialate Chapter)
    Sis. Roberta Legaspi, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL & EPISCOPAL ORDINATIONS
    Most Rev. Raul Dael (Diocese of Tandag

8
  • All day
    June 8, 2021

    BIRTHDAY
    Sr. Mary Joy Dula, AR
    Sis. Cristina Crosland, SAR (Provincialate Chapter)
    Sis. Yolanda Apacible, SAR (Manila Chapter)
    Sis. Corazon Layumas, SAR (San Carlos Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION
    Most Rev. Ryan Jimenez, D.D. (Diocese of Chalan Kanoa)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sr. Amparo del Sgdo. Corazon de Jesus, AR

9
  • All day
    June 9, 2021

    RENEWAL VISIT 2021
    RECOLETOS DE ANTIPOLO / June 9-10

    BIRTHDAY
    Sr. Purificacion Glimada, AR
    Sr. Ma. Lea Eseo, AR
    Sr. Evangeline Pejano, AR

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sis. Porferia Georpe, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

10
  • All day
    June 10, 2021

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Joel Villaruel
    Bro. Arturo Catindig, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (1984-2021)

    Fray Raul Buhay
    Fray Manuel Lipardo
    Fray Domingo Saladaga, Jr.
    Fray William Emilito Villaflor

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sr. Carmela Garcia, AR
    +Sr. Soledad Cañete, AR
    +Sis. Estela Taburada, SAR (Manila Chapter)
    +Sis. Daisy Soguilon, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)

11
  • All day
    June 11, 2021

    SOLEMNITY OF THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS

    RENEWAL VISIT 2021
    RECOLETOS DE MIRANILA / June 11-13

    BIRTHDAY

    Most Rev. Francisco de Leon
    (Diocese of Antipolo) Fray Bernabe Dosdos

    Sr. Ma. Divina Caabay, AR
    Sis. Rosalinda Rios, SAR (Talisay Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (1983-2021)

    Fray Bernard Amparado
    Fray Joseph Granada
    Fray Cristituto Palomar
    Fray Jorge Peligro

     

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Bro. Abraham Caballes, SAR (Cebu Chapter)

12
  • All day
    June 12, 2021

    IMMACULATE HEART OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

    [Philippine’s 123rd Independence Day]

    BIRTHDAY

    Sis. Lucita Anareta, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)
    Sis. Adelaida Tanchico, SAR (Miranila Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Micaela de la Virgen del Carmen, AR

13
  • All day
    June 13, 2021

    11TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    BIRTHDAY

    Mo. Lucena Antipala, AR (General Superior of the CARS)
    Sr. Antonia Pono, AR
    Sis. Herminia Ishii, SAR (Baguio Chapter)
    Sis. Lorna Cepe, SAR (Valencia Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SOLEMN PROFESSION (Religious Brother)
    (1998-2021)

    Fray Jaazeal Jakosalem

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Fe de la Sgda. Familia, AR
    +Sr. Ma. Amparo Serra, AR
    +Sis. Victoria Caturay, SAR (San Carlos Chapter)

14
  • All day
    June 14, 2021

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Jose Teodulfo Jadulco

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (1972-2021)

    Fray Federico Gregorio
    Fray Lauro Larlar
    Fray Ceferino Añez

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Michaela de la Virgen del Carmen, AR
    +Mo. Maria Josefa Borces, AR
    +Sis. Angelina Yap, SAR (San Carlos Chapter)

15
  • All day
    June 15, 2021

    50th Inauguration Anniversary of CSNT-R
    Talisay City, Negros Occidental)

    RENEWAL VISIT 2021
    RECOLETOS DE TONDO/ June 15

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Nelson Plohimon
    Sr. Ma. Clotilde Edora, AR
    Sr. Adoracion Pagsisihan, AR Sr. Isis Vita Villagonzalo, AR
    Sis. Hilda Socrates, SAR (Inagawan Chapter)
    Sis. Rosario Mamon, SAR (Talisay Chapter)
    Bro. Leo Calimutan, SAR (Tondo Chapter)
    Ma. Sophia Navarro (RAY-Miranila)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Manuela de San Agustin, AR
    +Sis. Amalia Gatuslao, SAR (San Carlos Chapter)

16
  • All day
    June 16, 2021

    RENEWAL VISIT 2021
    RECOLETOS DE MANILA / June 16-17

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Aurelia Pastidio, AR
    Sis. Miriam Ruiz, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)
    Sis. Rosalina Mangaoil, SAR (Tondo Chapter)
    Sis. Mary Jane Eranista, SAR (Bacolod Chapter)
    Sis. Salvacion Rubia, SAR (Laray Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (1974-2021)

    Fray Eric Peter Silab

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sr. Encarnacion Hynson, AR

1718
  • All day
    June 18, 2021

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Ma. Corazon Barroca, AR
    Sis. Lourdes Florendo, SAR (Manila Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (1978-2021)

    Fray Joseph Philip Trayvilla

    ANNIVERSARY OF EPISCOPAL ORDINATION
    Most Rev. Honesto Ongtioco, DD (Diocese of Cubao)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Fray Victor Jose Lluch (2004-2021)
    +Sis. Erlinda Dacalos, SAR (Cebu Chapter)
    +Sis. Ma. Celia Setias, SAR (Brooke’s Point Chapter)

19
  • All day
    June 19, 2021

    PRAYER INTENTION: FOR THE SICK (cf. LAMP 5c)

    BIRTHDAY

    Sis. Rizalina Salera, SAR (Cavite Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (1977-2021)

    Fray René Paglinawan
    Fray Leonardo Pauligue
    Fray Samson Silloriquez

    ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION
    Most Rev. Reynaldo Evangelista, DD (Diocese of Imus)

    (2010-2021)
    Fray Leo Alaras
    Fray Michael Catama
    Fray Kenneth Joseph Onda
    Fray James Dexter Tanquis

    ANNIVERSARY OF EPISCOPAL ORDINATION
    Most Rev. Buenaventura Famadico, DD (Diocese of San Pablo)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sr. Rosa de Padua, AR

20
  • All day
    June 20, 2021

    12TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    BIRTHDAY
    Fray Renier Alviola
    Fray Enrico Nacorda
    Sis. Fe Enilog, SAR (Cavite Chapter)
    Reyson Valerio (RAY-Urbiztondo)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sis. Leilani Alejandro, SAR (Bacolod Chapter)

21
  • All day
    June 21, 2021

    PRAYER INTENTION: FOR THE SICK (cf. LAMP 5c)

    BIRTHDAY
    Luis Antonio Card. Tagle (Prefect, Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples)

    Sr. Ma. Luisa Borces, AR
    Sis. Angelita de Guzman, SAR (Miranila Chapter) Sis. Edna Genete, SAR (San Carlos Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    (2005-2021)
    +Jaime Cardinal Sin (Brother General of the Order)

22
  • All day
    June 22, 2021

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Paulino Dacanay

23
  • All day
    June 23, 2021

    RENEWAL VISIT 2021
    RECOLETOS DE CAVITE / June 23-24

    BIRTHDAY
    Sr. Joan Marie Ubag, AR
    Sis. Elenora Tubiona, SAR (Valencia Chapter)

24
  • All day
    June 24, 2021

    NATIVITY OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST

    BIRTHDAY
    Sr. Jesusa Pedrez, AR Sr. Juanita Payawal, AR
    Sis. Juanita Payawal, SAR (Tondo Chapter)
    Sis. Lourdes Calderon, SAR (San Carlos Chapter)
    Sis. Marilyn Semense, SAR (Cebu Chapter)
    Baby Rich Pajares (RAY-Caidiocan)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sr. Ma. Presentacion Ramirez, AR

25
  • All day
    June 25, 2021

    RENEWAL VISIT 2021
    RECOLETOS DE PROVINCIALATE / June 25-26

    BIRTHDAY
    Fray William Emilito Villaflor
    Sis. Asuncion Magalona, SAR (Manila Chapter)
    Sis. Prospera Jabagat, SAR (Laray Chapter)
    Sean Feauna Narvasa (RAY-Balamban)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sr. Ma. Luisa Padilla, AR

26
  • All day
    June 26, 2021

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Julius Marcos
    Fray Virgilio Calalang, Jr. (deacon)
    Fray Mark Joseph Quirante (simply prof.)
    Sis. Melinda Camero, SAR (Baguio Chapter)
    Sis. Whagie Saronillo, SAR (Bacolod Chapter)
    Sis. Winifreda Pahilanga, SAR (Talisay Chapter)
    Jamaicha Lapinid (RAY-Miranila)

    ANNIVERSARY OF EPISCOPAL ORDINATION
    Most Rev. Vicente Navarra, DD (Bishop-emeritus of Bacolod)

27
  • All day
    June 27, 2021

    13TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

    BIRTHDAY

    Sr. Elvira Vergara, AR
    Bro. Manuel Martinez, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)
    Bro. David de la Torre, SAR (Puerto Princesa Chapter)
    Sis. Lucita Dimaano, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (2020-2021)

    Fray Joseph Neil Baygan
    Fray James Esplanada
    Fray Judd Galinato
    Fray Mc Ariel Capinpin
    Fray Mark Joseph Quirante

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sr. Ma. Catalina del Amor Misericordioso, AR
    +Sr. Crisanta Lerio, AR

28
  • All day
    June 28, 2021

    BIRTHDAY

    Fray Enrico Silab
    Fray Samson Silloriquez
    Sis. Sonia Ramos, SAR (Antipolo Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (1990-2021)

    Fray Bernabe Dosdos

    ANNIVERSARY OF EPISCOPAL ORDINATION
    Most Rev. Francisco de Leon (Diocese of Antipolo)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY
    +Sr. Margarita de Lumbania, AR

29
  • All day
    June 29, 2021

    SOLEMNITY OF STS. PETER & PAUL, APOSTLES

    BIRTHDAY
    Sis. Pablicita Palatino, SAR (Inagawan Chapter)

    ANNIVERSARY OF SIMPLE PROFESSION
    (1967-2021)

    Most Rev. Patricio Buzon, SDB, D.D. (Diocese of Bacolod)

    (2019-2021)
    Fray Neil Robert Alilain

    (2018-2021)
    Fray Helfrid D. Palmis
    Fray Jose Enrico V. Gallego
    Fray Rey Jay Y. Quevedo
    Fray Jhoben M. Rodriguez
    Fray Renz Calex C. Soriano

    GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION

    Fray Rafael Cabarles (1971-2021)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sis. Neriza Hernandez, SAR (Provincialate Chapter)
    +Sis. Aleja Abellar, SAR (Cavite Chapter)

30
  • All day
    June 30, 2021

    BIRTHDAY

    Bro. Aquilino Carino, SAR (Puerto Princesa Chapter)
    Sis. Leticia Tayao, SAR (Miranila Chapter)
    Sis. Ma. Teresita Bilbao, SAR (Manila Chapter)

    DEATH ANNIVERSARY

    +Sis. Adelina Sacapano, SAR (Brooke’s Point Chapter)
    +Sis. Laureana Quijano, SAR (Talisay Chapter)

   

Categories