A Maritime Pilgrimage (Part 1)

Journal of a pilgrimage to Recollect legacy in Palawan, 15 -19 May

Deliver us from our wretched wanderings, our miserable mistakes, and establish us in Your way and comfort us, and say: Run, I”ll carry you, yes, and there also will I carry you” (St. Augustine, Conf., 6,26)

Nota Previa:

Almost a decade ago, in my first assignment to SSC-R Manila, I published a few write-ups in the college webpage entitled Monday Moorings, musings on Mondays that were meant to serve as inspirational, religious or moral moorings. The present revival attempt is simply entitled Moorings, detaching it from any particular day.

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USJ-R scores 3 CPA topnotchers

Harold Pacaña was riding on a motorcycle with his father on the evening of May 29 when he shouted for joy. He received a text message saying that he and two of his classmates topped the government’s licensure examination for the accountancy program.

“I feel I was in cloud nine,” Pacaña, who graduated summa cum laude from USJ-R, said. “I had very little sleep because of the many congratulatory calls and texts that I received all throughout the night.”

The Professional Regulation Commission announced on its website that Pacaña landed on the sixth place of the top ten finishers of the May 2017 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Licensure Examination with an average grade of 91.00.

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Recoletos School of Theology: Solemn Investiture 2017

Mira-Nila Homes, Quezon City – May 27, 2017, the closing of the Academic Year, 2016-2017, at Recoletos School of Theology (RST) was highlighted with the graduation of twenty-four students.  From this batch, seven Augustinian Recollect friars received the degree in Bachelor in Sacred Theology, and eight received the degree in Master of Arts in Theology. … Read more

Message Of His Holiness Pope Francis for The 51st World Communications Day

“Fear not, for I am with you” (Is 43:5): 
Communicating Hope and Trust in our Time

Access to the media – thanks to technological progress – makes it possible for countless people to share news instantly and spread it widely. That news may be good or bad, true or false. The early Christians compared the human mind to a constantly grinding millstone; it is up to the miller to determine what it will grind: good wheat or worthless weeds. Our minds are always “grinding”, but it is up to us to choose what to feed them (cf. SAINT JOHN CASSIAN, Epistle to Leontius).

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Fray Tonying meets RCI

MANILA, PHILIPPINES — General Councilor and Head of the Commission on Communications, Fray Antonio “Tonying” Carrón, OAR, is here in the Philippines for the very first time. Fray Tonying met some members and collaborators of the commission in San Sebastian College-Recoletos, Manila, last May 12, 2017. After a thorough sharing of successes and failures in … Read more