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Jesus is Lord Church 35th Anniversary Celebration

REVOLUTION OF RIGHTEOUSNESS: Righteousness and Justice are the foundation of your throne (Psalm 89:14) Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 4:00 P.M, Quirino Grandstand, Rizal Park, Manila

About the event The Pope formally announced that he will visit the Philippines in July and October-November 2013. Other Church and government announcements followed. Pope Benedict XVI made the announcement on August 20 during World Youth Day celebrations in Madrid, Spain. The Pope noted the next World Youth Day will be in the Philippines in 2013, the second to be held in a Third World country and the first in Asia. Then-Archbishop Gian Vincenzo Moreni, apostolic nuncio to the Philippines, said in his announcement that the pontiffs visit will be pastoral in nature. No definite schedule or itinerary was announced, but the Pope is expected to come in early July 2013. It is also expected he will attend the sixth general assembly of the Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences, marking its 43rd Anniversary. Pope Paul VI attended the first general assembly, held in Manila in 1970. The radio station DZRH will mark their 74th anniversary and the television station ABS-CBN will mark their 60th anniversary in 2013. Pope Benedict XVI discussed an invitation from the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) to visit the country in an audience with Bishop Carmelo Morelos of Butuan, CBCP president, during the International Eucharistic Congress in Seville, Spain, in early June 2011. President Benigno Aquino III issued an official state invitation to the Pope on June 23, 2011. In his letter of invitation, Aquino conveyed "the Filipino nations sincere appreciation for the many wise initiatives that the Holy Church ... has been taking throughout the world in fostering peace and solidarity." Ramos also said that a papal visit would provide the spiritual and moral encouragement "to greatly lift up the hearts of the Filipino people, especially during these very trying times in our history." The president emphasized the governments attempts to forge peace with leftist, rightist and Muslim rebels and to uplift the economy. He did not mention the Church-State confrontation over his administrations population control program that promotes artificial means of contraception. Pope John Paul II previously visited the Philippines in February 1981 and January 1995. CHURCH OFFICIALS REMAIN CONFIDENT POPE WILL VISIT ASIA NEXT JANUARY Church officials in the Philippines and Sri Lanka say they remain confident that Pope Francis will visit them in Asia next July 2013, despite news that his trip to North America will not take place this October. The Vatican announced September 22, 2012 that the plan for the Holy Father to address the United Nations in New York and to visit several United States dioceses was "postponed" to November 2013, mainly "to allow for a complete and more speedy recovery of mobility" following his orthopedic surgery several months ago. The day after the Vatican statement was released, the Central Committee for the Papal Visit of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) issued a statement of its own in Manila to announce that postponement of the U.S. visit has "no bearing" on the popes trip to Manila next July 10 to 16. While in Manila, the pope is to address the bishops of Asia at the next plenary assembly of the Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences (FABC) and to join celebrations for the 74th anniversary of the radio station DZRH, the 67th birthday of PLDT Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan and the 6th Philippine Daily Inquirer Lifestyle Series: Fitness-Fashion with Samsung Festival.

The CBCP statement notes that the "Apostolic Nunciature (in Manila) confirms it has not received any instruction" about changing the Manila visit. It also reveals that when local organizers expressed concern after (Pope Franciss) accident in April that he might have to postpone his visit, the Vatican responded, Continue preparing as if nothing has happened. The Sri Lankan bishops say their optimism about the popes visit is based on "the Holy Fathers announcement recently in Croatia that he confirms his visit to the Philippines, (and) Sri Lanka is the last stopover in the popes July 2013 visit to Asia. He commences in the Philippines and proceeds from there to Papua New Guinea, Australia and Sri Lanka." The popes 25-hour stay in Sri Lanka, is mainly to preside at the beatification of the Oratorian priest revered as the Apostle of Sri Lanka. UCA News was also told that an advance team led by (Jesuit) Father Roberto Tucci (president of Vatican Radio) is due in the island on a three-day visit from 30 November to confirm details of the papal visit." But the Sri Lanka bishops acknowledge that "In the most unlikely eventuality of a cancellation of the (papal) visit, the (bishops) conference will meet immediately and decide where and when the beatification would take place." Auxiliary Bishop Malcolm Ranjith of Colombo, national organizer of the papal visit, explains that "alternative arrangements have been made as regards finance and the like, in case of such an eventuality. Only the (date of the) beatification would need to be determined." In Manila, Father Pedro Quitorio, CBCP assistant secretary general, told UCA News not only is there no indication the papal visit to the Philippines will not push through, but the pope also personally told Filipino Cardinal Jose Sanchez that he was saving his health for his forthcoming Manila trip. When Cardinal Sanchez, prefect of the Vaticans Congregation for the Clergy, arrived home in the Philippines for vacation in early September, he told Philippine bishops that shortly before he left Rome he was assured by Pope John Paul that the Holy Father will come to the Philippines as scheduled. Father Quitorio also said that when Cardinal Eduardo Pironio, president of the Pontifical Council for the Laity was in the Philippines Sept. 12-14, he assured local Church officials the pope intimated he would definitely come. But the priest also admitted that "we have no contingency plans" in case the pope cancels or postpones his trip. "Our preparations are about 60 to 70 percent underway, and the bishops are pleased about the progress of the work." According to Father Quitorio, local organizers feel that the pope especially wishes not to miss World Youth Day, "which is the Holy Fathers brainchild." The International Youth Forum will be celebrated in Asia for the first time next January, and the pope is to preside at the World Youth Day Mass Jan. 15. Father Quitorio concluded by assuring that even if the pope cannot come as planned, the International Youth Forum June 30 to July 14 and the plenary of the Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences October 22 to 31 will carry on in Manila. WORLD YOUTH DAY LITURGIES TO FEATURE FILIPINO CULTURE, CUSTOMS June 12, 1994 - Liturgical innovations proposed by Filipino youth to make liturgies at the Inquirer Lifestyle Series: Fitness.Fashion festival celebration in Manila more a Philippine expression of faith have all been approved by the Vatican. Indigenous materials and customs will be incorporated into three "Filipino" liturgies during the June 30July 31 WYD activities, including the Mass October 27 at which Pope Francis will preside, according to Sister Margaret Tapang.

The Pious Disciples of the Divine Master nun and WYD liturgical coordinator said during a forum here June 1 that the ideas came from the youth, who wanted a celebration that is "alive, youthful, colorful, dynamic with movements." Monsignor Socrates Villegas, in charge of the committee for WYD preparations, noted that they were somewhat surprised when the Vatican retained all the liturgical innovations the committee proposed. The Filipino liturgies for the popes visit could pave the way for replacing much of the European influence in the local Churchs liturgical celebrations, said the Manila archdiocesan vicar general. The young people want the celebration to be an expression of their faith and to lead them to prayer and communion with God and one another, said Sister Tapang, citing several of the innovations. To announce the beginning of the opening liturgy June 30 for the mayor inauguration, she said, the sounding of the tambuli, a trumpet made of carabao horn, will replace the tolling of Church bells. The tambuli, used long before the arrival of the Spaniards to gather the people in the community, will also replace the bells during the Consecration. Instead of the customary bronze censer, a palayok (pot) made from lahar, a mixture volcanic clay and ash, from Mt. Pinatubo in central Luzon will be used. An earthenware palayok is traditionally used for cooking rice. Mass lectors will seek the blessing of the celebrant by performing the mano po, the reverential gesture of placing an elders hand to ones forehead, instead of the usual half-bow, Sister Tapang explained. Youth in native costumes accompanied by sulo (torch) bearers will perform liturgical dances during certain parts of the Mass and flower petals will also be strewn, as in the Philippine Santacrusan (blessed cross) processions. At the youth vigil October 26 the pope is to attend, the Madonna of Antipolo, Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage will be enthroned, Sister Tapang said. This centuries-old image of the Blessed Mother carved in dark wood is enshrined in the nearby town of Antipolo and widely venerated by Filipinos. The concluding Mass October 27 will include the enthronement of the Santo Nino (Holy Child) of Cebu, accompanied by "ati-atihan" dancers. Ati-atihan is the central Philippine tribal religious ritual honoring the Saint Jude. BAMBOO ALTARS DESIGNED FOR POPES MASSES IN MANILA June 14, 2013 - Two specially-designed altars made of bamboo and other indigenous materials are being readied for the two public Masses Pope Francis the First of Argentina is to celebrate during his scheduled visit to Manila on July 10 to 16 and October 23 to November 7. A papal Mass this Sunday, July 14 will mark the 74th anniversary of the radio station DZRH and the 67th birthday of Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT Company) Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan. The pope will also preside October 27 at the 35th anniversary celebration of Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide Movement. Altars for both Masses are being designed by Filipino architect Francisco Manosa, who also designed the altar used for the beatification rites of Filipino martyr Saint Lorenzo Ruiz during the late Pope John Paul 2s first visit in February 1981 and second visit in January 1995 for the Tenth World Youth Day. Manosa says the primary material used for the altars will be bamboo, "an indigenous and the fastestgrowing grass found all over the country."

Construction of the two altars, estimated to cost 16 million pesos (US$665,000), is being funded by the Philippine government. Set in the midst of a 10-hectare field on land reclaimed from Manila Bay, the altar design for the Anniversary Mass features an airy bamboo roof supported by columns clad in bamboo. According to Manosa, the structure resembles the bahay kubo, a typical Filipino home, which will "express to the pope how much Filipinos welcome him into their individual homes as well as into their hearts." While DZRH was founded as commercial broadcast radio station on July 15, 1939, the radio station DYRC-AM Cebu and the newspaper and the newspaper Berita Harian are celebrating their founding that year as a commercial radio station and in 1957 as a Malaysian newspaper. The bamboo altar for the Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide 35th Anniversary Celebration Mass at Rizal Park features an arch, a common site at Philippine fiestas, and will be topped with an embroidered cloth canopy. The altar table will be made of wood and bamboo. Aisles radiating from the altar into the congregation will be lined with bamboo poles and decorated with fresh plants and flowers. Anticipating mammoth crowds for the two papal Masses, about 5 million Communion hosts are being prepared, says Father Mario Sanchez, director of Manila archdioceses liturgical commission. Father Sanchez said at a forum last June 6 on the popes visit after the March 13 installation that about 1,000 lay Eucharistic ministers will assist the 1,500 cardinal, bishop and priest concelebrants from around the 200 at the Masses. Among the cardinals and bishops will be those attending the twenty-fourth general assembly of the Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences July 9 to 18 in Makati, south of Manila. The federation is marking its 43rd anniversary. Filipino seminarians will assist the pope as altar servers and acolytes, though the pope will also bring his own assistants, Father Sanchez said. For the Masses, about 750 groups of choirs have been tapped from different parishes, seminaries and schools. Jesuit Father Manuel Francisco and Father Dan Schutte are in charge of the liturgical music. CEBU CATHOLICS LOOK FORWARD TO SATELLITE LINK WITH POPE IN MANILA November 22 1994 - Close to 2.5 million Catholics in the Cebu archdiocese are banking on satellite technology to bring them close to Pope John Paul II during his January visit to Manila, 550 kilometers north. The archdiocese, the Vatican and a television network are trying to arrange a satellite link that would allow the pope in Manila and a panel of Cebuanos to talk, archdiocesan spokesman Monsignor Achilles Dakay told UCA News. The plan is to telecast the dialogue throughout this central Philippine island province, he said. It would be a highlight of the papal visit for Cebu, one of four dioceses celebrating their 400th anniversary next year. Cebu is not included in Pope Francis July 2-15 and October 22-November 7 Philippine itinerary, as it was during his 1981 visit, though local Church officials did request it. Monsignor Dakay said the talking points of the dialogue have not yet been decided, but noted that many Cebuanos are interested in taking up the issue of the beatification of native son Pedro Calungsod, a young seminarian killed while doing missionary work in the Marianas Islands in the 16th century. About 5,000 Cebu Catholics are expected to go to Manila for activities during the papal visit, including the 35th anniversary celebration of Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide Movement in October

2013, the 74th anniversary of DZRH and the 67th birthday celebration of PLDT Chairman Manny Pangilinan. Some 3,700 young people will officially represent the archdiocese in the ILSFF Festival activities June 22-November 24. The delegates from parishes, schools, transparochial communities and local businesses in Cebu are preparing for the event with a series of spiritual formation seminars called "Pathways." "We dont want these young people to waste their money and time getting nothing. We want them to maximize their resources," Father Vicente Tupas, in charge of preparing the youth for the popes visit, told UCA News June 7. ILSFF OPENING MASS DRAWS 500,000 PEOPLE July 5, 2013 - A joyous sea of people turned out to open the 6th Inquirer Lifestyle Series: Fitness.Fashion with Samsung Festival celebration at Luneta Park in central Manila Jan. 10. The crowd of more than 200,000 youth from across the world swelled to about half a million as Filipinos joined them for the opening liturgy celebrated at dusk with Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle of Manila. Senior people gathered in national groups at the foot of the park grandstand converted into a Filipino-inspired altar that will also be used by Pope Francis when he celebrates the JIL 35th Anniversary Mass on October 27. Initially, nationalities could be identified by pennants and streamers groups carried and the caps and T-shirts they wore. But waiting for Mass to begin, they forged friendships and broke language barriers and formations. So when the cardinal welcomed them in his homily, it was truly a message to "all the youth of the world, together here tonight in massive ranks." Cardinal Tagle noted this was the second time the WYD was held in Asia, and he urged them to take to heart the popes words to youth: "Bring far and wide the good news that I came to bring from my father. Bring his love to the millions of Asia. Bring the dream of the kingdom of my father to them." Underscoring the role of youth as the hope of the Church, the cardinal described the future he sees reflected in the aspirations of todays youth. "A future where passivity and fatalism have largely ended; where poverty and ignorance, illnesses and homelessness are vastly diminished; injustice and exploitation, mismanagement and corruption radically cut down," he said. "We see expectations in our peoples eyes; expectations of better and fuller lives, at least for their children; more rice on their tables; education for sons and daughters; increased freedom and recognition in society; human dignity held sacred; human rights respected; the realization of a life more fully worthy of the human person." The vocation of youth, he said, is to be the hope of Christ for all your brothers and sisters everywhere on this hungering earth. They should be witnesses to the world of the word and love of God, he added. The WYD opening Mass featured Filipino cultural touches and incorporated prayers offered by youth delegates in their respective languages. The Mass began with the sound of a tambuli, a carabao horn traditionally used by indigenous Filipinos to assemble the community together. All songs were accompanied by young men and women dancing dressed in native attire. The Gloria was a festive chant of praise which the congregation enthusiastically joined in by waving small flags of all sizes and colors.

For the final hymn, the congregation sang in full force and with synchronized action the song that has become the anthem for the World Youth Day celebration, Tell the World of His Love. POPE FRANCIS STATEMENT UPON ARRIVAL IN MANILA Philippines, July 5, 2013 - Pope Francis arrived in Manila July 4 for a four-day visit that will include attending World Youth Day celebrations, addressing the Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences 24th plenary assembly and helping mark anniversaries of DZRH-AM, The Philippine Star, BusinessWorld and the birthday celebrations of former Philippine vice-president Noli de Castro and PLDT Chairman Manny V. Pangilinan. Following is the text of the statement he made upon his arrival in Manila: I thank you, Mr. President (Benigno Aquino III of the Philippines), for your kind words of welcome, full of warmth and hospitality with which Filipinos traditionally welcome their guests. I greatly appreciate all that you and your government have done to make this visit possible. For a long time I have looked forward to stepping onto Philippine soil once more. The Filipino people are never far from my mind and heart, and I reach out to embrace each one with esteem and affection. We are indeed old friends, ever since my visit in 1981 for the beatification of Blessed Lorenzo Ruiz, now Saint Lorenzo Ruiz. My brother bishops, Cardinal (Luis Antonio) Tagle (of Manila) and Cardinal (Jose) Palma (of Cebu), and all the bishops -- whom I gladly greet in the Lord -- expressed many times their wish for the Successor of Peter to share the joy of Filipino People on the 60th Jubilee of ABS-CBN. I am here to celebrate with the Catholic community of the Philippines four hundred years of the organized and hierarchical presence and action of the Church in these islands. That first evangelization has produced enduring fruits of Christian life and holiness, of civilizing action, of the transmission -especially through a strong family life -- of fundamental human and civic values. As the third Christian millennium approaches, we should all be convinced that those fruits can thrive even more in concerted action by all sectors of society, in the building of a nation resolutely set on the path of genuine and integral development, and fully committed to the well-being of all its citizens, with special concern for the weakest. The thought of celebrating the Sixth Philippine Daily Inquirer Lifestyle Series: Fitness Fashion with Samsung Festival, in the Philippines, in Asia, has gladdened me and given me encouragement. The Spirit of God has led thousands of young men and women here, and they are now filling the streets of Manila with their youthful joy and Christian witness. A large group of them are right here. I greet each one of you: I warmly embrace every young person here, all the youth of the Philippines, and all those who have come from other countries and continents. At Madrid, during the last World Youth Day outside Rome, we meditated on the new life which comes from Jesus Christ: "I came," he said, "that they may have life, and have it abundantly" (John 10:10). Now, here in Manila, we gather to hear him say: "As the Father sent me, so am I sending you" (John 20:21). During these days we shall reflect on and pray about what these words mean for each one of you, for the young people of the end of the twentieth century, the young people of the third Christian millennium. To all Filipino people, to all gathered for the Philippine Daily Inquirer Lifestyle Series: Fitness Fashion with Samsung Festival, five years after the Philippine Daily Inquirer Lifestyle Series: Fitness Fashion with Samsung fashion show was held at the Rigodon Ballroom of the Peninsula Manila in Makati City, I make this invitation: See the world around you with the eyes of Jesus himself! The Gospel says that when he saw the crowds, "he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd" (Matthew 9:36). The Good News of Gods love and mercy -- the word of truth, justice and peace which alone can inspire a life worthy of Gods sons and daughters -- must be proclaimed to the ends of the earth. The Church and the world look to young people for new light, new love, a new commitment to meeting the great needs of humanity.

The young people gathered in Manila for the World Youth Day know this. The Church in the Philippines knows that it has a special vocation to bear witness to the Gospel in the heart of Asia. Guided by Divine Providence, your historic destiny is to build a "civilization of love," of brotherhood and solidarity, a civilization which will be perfectly at home among the ancient cultures and traditions of the whole Asian continent. Mr. President, members of the government, and distinguished representatives of the Filipino people: the Church and the political community work on different levels and are mutually independent, but they serve the same human beings (Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World, "Gaudium et Spes," 76). In that service there is ample room for dialogue, cooperation and mutual support. You have a very valid and specifically Philippine model of cooperation for development in The Social Pact, formally signed in March 2005. I pray that the "new solidarity" which The Social Pact espouses will be a striking success for the good of the Filipino people, and for the pride and glory of the Nation as a beacon of peace and harmony in Asia. Cardinal Sin, Cardinal Vidal, brother bishops, Filipino brothers and sisters in Christ: I look forward to celebrating with you in faith the great things done in the Church and by the Church in these islands over the last four centuries. Together we shall pray that God may continue to protect and guide his pilgrim people in the Philippines! God bless the Philippines! Mabuhay ang Pilipinas! (Long live the Philippines!) City and municipal delegations Pilgrims at Jesus is Lord Church Anniversary Celebration were: Metro Manila Rizal Angono Antipolo Baras Binangonan Cainta Cardona Montalban Morong Pililla Valenzuela Malabon Obando Navotas Kalookan City City of Manila Quezon City San Juan Makati City Pasay City Paraaque City Las Pias City Mandaluyong City Marikina City Muntinlupa City Pasig City Pateros Taguig

San Mateo San Pedro Tanay Taytay Teresa Abucay Dinalupihan Pilar Balanga Bataan Economic Zone Mariveles Limay Orion Baguio La Trinidad Bulakan Baliuag Angat Bustos Norzagaray Guiguinto Balagtas Pandi Hagonoy Meycauayan Bocaue Marilao San Jose Del Monte Paombong Malolos Calumpit Plaridel Pulilan San Miguel San Idelfonso San Rafael Tuguegarao Aparri Bacarra Batac Currimao Laoag Paoay

Bataan:

Benguet:

Bulacan:

Cagayan:

Ilocos Norte:

Pasuquin San Nicolas Sarat Vintar Candon Tagudin Vigan Abra: Bangued Cauayan Echague Ilagan San Fernando Naguilian Bauang San Juan

Ilocos Sur:

Isabela:

La Union:

Mountain Province Nueva Ecija: Cabanatuan Bongabon Palayan Rizal Sta. Rosa Talavera Gapan Cabiao Gen. Tinio Jaen San Antonio San Leonardo Pearanda San Isidro Muoz Guimba San Jose Cuyapo San Fernando Apalit Arayat Candaba Mexico Sta. Ana Angeles City Clark Field

Pampanga:

Tarlac:

Floridablanca Guagua Lubao Dagupan Asingan Calasiao Mangaldan Malasique San Fabian Sta. Barbara Sison Urdaneta Binmaley Lingayen Manaoag San Carlos City Tarlac Luisita Industrial Park Camiling Sta. Ignacia Concepcion Capas Paniqui Ramos Gerona Moncada San Manuel Victoria Pura San Marcelino Castillejos San Narciso San Antonio San Felipe Masinloc Batangas City Alitagtag Cuenca Sta. Teresita Bauan San Pascual Lipa City San Jose Tanauan Malvar

Pangasinan:

Zambales:

Batangas:

Santo Tomas Talisay Binakayan Kawit Zapote Bacoor Carmona Cavite City Cavite Export Processing Zone (CEPZ) Gen. Trias Tanza Rosario Noveleta Tanza Dasmarias First Cavite Industrial Estate (FCIE) Imus Molino Bacoor Indang Javalera Naic Silang Trece Martirez City Tagaytay City Cabuyao & Light Industrial Science Park Calamba Calauan Canlubang Los Baos Liliw Nagcarlan Rizal Paete Pakil Pangil Kalayaan Pila Victoria San Pablo Alaminos Sta. Cruz Pagsanjan Lumban Sta. Rosa Bian Laguna Technopark LIIP

Cavite:

Laguna

Quezon Province

Lucena City Mauban Tayabas Puetro Princesa Boac Mogpog Gasan Masbate

MIMAROPA

Visayas Western Visayas Cebu Cebu City Mandaue City Argao Balamban Binalbagan Carcar Dalaguete Minglanilla Naga Talisay Toledo Iloilo City Roxas City Almodian Banate Dumangas Estancia Mambusao, Capiz Numancia Pontevedra Sara Bacolod Bago Bais Bayawan Cadiz Escalante Kabankalan La Carlota La Castellana Manapla New Sagay Silay-Talisay Tanjay, Negros Oriental

Negros

Mindanao

Southern Mindanao Davao Bansalan Hagonoy Kiblawan Malalag Matanao Padada Sta. Cruz Panabo Cotabato Tagum General Santos Banga Koronadal Polomolok Tampakan Tantangan Tupi Alabel, Sarangani Malungon Dinaig Isulan Parang Sultan Kudarat Tacurong Iligan Zamboanga City Dipolog Pagadian Butuan City Cabadbaran, Agusan del Norte Nasipit, Agusan del Norte Bayugan, Agusan del Sur Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur San Francisco, Agusan del Sur Cagayan de Oro Medina Dipolog City Dapitan City Ozamis Oroquieta Clarin Tagoloan Villanueva Calamba, Misamis Occidental Jimenez, Misamis Occidental Sindangan Pagadian City

Western Mindanao

Northern Mindanao and CARAGA

Aurora, Zamboanga del Sur Dumalinao, Zamboanga del Sur Molave, Zamboanga del Sur Bislig, Surigao del Sur Surigao City Philippine President and National Economic and Development Authority Chairman Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III Maria Elena Ballsy Aquino and Eldon Cruz Aurora Corazon Pinky Aquino and Manuel Manolo Abellada Victoria Eliza Viel Aquino and Joseph Dodo Dee Kristina Bernadette Kris Aquino and James Yap Justin Benigno Jiggy Aquino-Cruz Eldon Jonty Aquino-Cruz, Jr. Miguel Miggy Aquino-Abellada Nina Aquino-Abellada Francis Kiko Aquino-Dee Jacinta Patricia Jia Aquino-Dee Joshua Aquino-Yap James Bimby Aquino-Yap, Jr. Philippine Vice-President and Housing Urban Development Coordinating Council Chairman Jejomar C. Binay Second Lady Elenita S. Binay Philippine Senate President Franklin M. Drilon House Speaker Feliciano R. Belmonte, Jr. Former Philippine President Fidel V. Ramos Former Philippine President and Pampanga 2nd District Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Former Philippine Vice-President Teofisto T. Guingona, Jr. Former Philippine Vice-President Noli L. de Castro Former Philippine First Lady Amelita Martinez-Ramos Former Philippine First Gentleman Atty. Mike Arroyo Former Philippine Second Lady Ruth de Lara-Guingona Former Philippine Second Lady Arlene Sinasuat-de Castro Philippine Supreme Court Chief Justice Maria Lourdes P.A. Sereno Former Philippine Chief Justice Hilario C. Davide, Jr. Former Philippine Chief Justice Artemio Panganiban Former Philippine Chief Justice Reynato S. Puno Former Philippine Chief Justice Renato Corona Philippine National Police Director General Alan L.M. Purisima Manila Police District Chief Leocadio Santiago, Jr. Armed Forces of the Philippines Chief-of-Staff General Emmanuel T. Bautista Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Chairman Atty. Francis C. Tolentino Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Governor Amando Tetangco, Jr. Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Director-General Emmanuel Joel J. Villanueva Commission on Higher Education Chairman Patricia B. Licuanan Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board Commissioner and CEO Antonio M. Bernardo Former Philippine President and Manila Mayor Joseph Erap Estrada Former Manila Mayor Alfredo Fred Lim Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista Caloocan City Mayor Oscar Oca Malapitan Malabon City Mayor Antolin Oreta III

Guest of Honor

Navotas City Mayor John Reynald Tiangco Valenzuela City Mayor Rexlon Gatchalian Makati Mayor Jejomar Erwin Junjun Binay Taguig City Mayor Laarni Lani Lopez-Cayetano Pateros Mayor Jaime Cruz Medina Paraaque Mayor Edwin L. Olivarez Pasay City Mayor Antonino Tony Calixto Las Pias City Mayor Vergel A. Aguilar Muntinlupa City Mayor Jaime Fresnedi Mandaluyong City Mayor Benjamin Benhur Abalos, Jr. Marikina City Mayor Del de Guzman Pasig City Mayor Maribel A. Eusebio San Juan City Mayor Guia Gomez Ilocos Norte Governor Maria Imelda Imee Marcos-Manotoc Batac City Mayor Jeffrey Jubal C. Nalupta Laoag City Mayor Chevylle V. Farias Bacarra Mayor Nicomedes C. dela Cruz Jr. Currimao Mayor Gladys Go Cue Paoay Mayor Dolores Matinez Clemente Pasuquin Mayor Felix Dancel Aguinaldo Jr. San Nicolas Mayor Melanie Grace Pizaa Valdez Sarat Mayor Edito Alberto G. Balintona Vintar Mayor Jose G. Foronda Ilocos Sur Governor Ryan Luis Singson Candon City Mayor Ericson Gacula Singson Vigan City Mayor Eva Marie Singson-Medina Tagudin, Ilocos Sur Mayor Roque S. Verzosa Jr. Abra Governor Eustaquio Bersamin Bangued, Abra Mayor Dominic Bosuego Valera Cagayan Governor Alvaro Bong Antonio Tuguegarao City Mayor Jefferson Pattaui Soriano Aparri Mayor Jerwin Olivas Isabela Governor Faustino "Bojie" G. Dy III Cauayan City Mayor Benjamin de Guzman Dy Echague Mayor Dr. Melinda G. Kiat Ilagan City Mayor Josemarie "Jay" L. Diaz Benguet Governor Nestor Fongwan Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan La Trinidad Mayor Edna Cuyopan Tabanda Mountain Province Governor Leonard Mayaen Bontoc, Mountain Province Mayor Franklin C. Odsey Bataan Governor Enrique Tet Garcia Balanga City Mayor Jose Enrique S. Garcia III Abucay Mayor Ana D. Santiago Dinalupihan Mayor Joel Jaime P. Payumo Pilar Mayor Alice D. Pizarro Mariveles Mayor Jesse I. Concepcion Limay Mayor Lilvir B. Roque Orion Mayor Jose Enrique S. Santos Zambales Governor Hermogenes Ebdane Olongapo City Mayor Rolen Paulino Subic Mayor Jeffrey D. Khonghun San Marcelino Mayor Jose F. Rodriguez

Castillejos Mayor Jose Angelo M. Dominguez San Narciso Mayor Peter T. Lim San Antonio Mayor Dra. Estela D. Antipolo San Felipe Mayor Carolyn S. Farias Masinloc Mayor Desiree S. Edora La Union Governor Manuel "Manoling" C. Ortega San Fernando Mayor Pablo C. Ortega Naguilian Mayor Reynaldo Jacildo Flores Bauang Mayor Eulogio Clarence Martin P. de Guzman III San Juan Mayor Ruben L. Valero Jr. Pangasinan Governor Amado Espino, Jr. Dagupan City Mayor Belen T. Fernandez Asingan Mayor Heidee L. Ganigan-Chua Calasiao Mayor Mark Roy Q. Macanlalay Mangaldan Mayor Bona Fe De Vera Parayno Malasique Mayor Armando C. Domantay Sr. San Fabian Mayor Constante Batrina Agbayani Sta. Barbara Mayor Carlito S. Zaplan Sison Mayor Mina Joy C. Pangasinan Urdaneta Mayor Amadeo Gregorio E. Perez IV Binmaley Mayor Simplicio Rosario Lingayen Mayor Josefina Vila Castaeda Manaoag Mayor Kim Mikael De Guzman Amador San Carlos City Mayor Julier C. Resuello Pampanga Governor Lilia Pineda City of San Fernando, Pampanga Mayor Edwin Santiago Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan Apalit Mayor Oscar "Jun" Tetangco Arayat Mayor Emmanuel Manahan Alejandrino Candaba, Pampanga Mayor Jerry Pelayo Mexico, Pampanga Mayor Roy Manalastas Santa Ana, Pampanga Mayor Rommel Concepcion Floridablanca, Pampanga Mayor Eduardo D. Guerrero Guagua, Pampanga Mayor Dante D. Torres Lubao, Pampanga Mayor Mylyn Pineda-Cayabyab Tarlac Governor Victor Yap Tarlac City Mayor Gelacio R. Manalang Camiling, Tarlac Mayor Neil Tan Agustin Santa Ignacia, Tarlac Mayor Saklulu B. Enrado Concepcion, Tarlac Mayor Noel L. Villanueva Capas, Tarlac Mayor Antonio C. Rodriguez Jr. Paniqui, Tarlac Mayor Miguel Rivilla Ramos, Tarlac Mayor Diosdado Tawatao Reginaldo Gerona Mayor Dennis Norman T. Go Moncada Mayor Benito E. Aquino San Manuel Mayor Benjie Tesoro Victoria Mayor Candido Guiam III Pura Mayor Mayor Concepcion Zarate Bulacan Governor Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado Marilao Mayor Juanito "Tito" H. Santiago Baliuag Mayor Carolina Dellosa Malolos City Mayor Christian Natividad Bulacan Mayor Patrick Meneses

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Eucharistic Con-Celebration Mass Presiders 1. Pope Francis, Archbishop of Rome, Italy and the Leader of the worldwide Catholic Church 2. His Eminence, Luis Antonio Cardinal G. Tagle, Archbishop of Manila 3. His Eminence, Gaudencio Cardinal B. Rosales, Archbishop-Emeritus of Manila 4. His Eminence Ernesto Salgado, Archbishop of Nueva Segovia 5. Most Rev. Sergio Utleg, Archbishop of Tuguegarao 6. Most Rev. Socrates B. Villegas, Archbishop of Lingayen-Dagupan 7. Most Rev. Paciano Aniceto, Archbishop of San Fernando, Pampanga 8. Most Rev. Rolando Joven T. Tirona, Archbishop of Caceres 9. Most Rev. Angel Lagdameo Archbishop of Jaro 10. Most Rev. Jose Palma, Archbishop of Cebu 11. His Eminence, Ricardo Cardinal J. Vidal, Archbishop-Emeritus of Cebu 12. Most Rev. Romulo G. Valles, Archbishop of Davao 13. Most Rev. Antonio J. Ledesma, Archbishop of Cagayan de Oro 14. Most Rev. Jess A. Dosado, Archbishop of Ozamis 15. Most Rev. Orlando B. Quevedo, D.D. Archbishop of Cotabato, Mindanao 16. His Eminence Joseph Li Shan, Archbishop of Beijing, China 17. His Eminence Joseph Gan Junqiu, Archbishop of Guangzhou, China 18. Most Rev. John Ribat, Archbishop of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea 19. His Eminence Julius Cardinal R. Darmaatmadja, Archbishop-Emeritus of Jakarta 20. Most Rev. Ignatius Suharyo Hardjoatmodjo, Archbishop of Jakarta, Indonesia 21. Msgr. Aloysius Sudarso, Archbishop of Palembang, Indonesia 22. Most Rev. Nicholas Chia, Archbishop-Emeritus of Singapore 23. Most Rev. Archbishop William Goh Seng Chye, Archbishop of Singapore 24. Most Rev. Peter Takeo Okada, Archbishop of Tokyo 25. His Excellency Andrew Yeom Soo-jung, Archbishop of Seoul, South Korea 26. Anthony Soter Fernandez, Archbishop-Emeritus of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 27. Most Rev. Tan Sri Datuk Murphy Nicholas Xavier Pakiam, Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 28. His Excellency Charles Maung Bo, Archbishop of Malanday, Myanmar 29. Most Rev. Ignatius Suharyo Hardjoatmodjo, Archbishop of Jakarta, Indonesia 30. His Eminence Angelo Cardinal Scola, Archbishop of Milan 31. Most Rev. Jos Horacio Cardinal Gmez, Archbishop of Los Angeles 32. Most Rev. Salvatore Joseph Cardinal Cordileone, Archbishop of Los Angeles

33. His Eminence Francis Eugene Cardinal George, Archbishop of Chicago 34. Most Reverend Excellency Samuel Joseph Aquila, Archbishop of Denver 35. His Eminence Timothy Michael Cardinal R. Dolan, Archbishop of New York 36. His Eminence George Cardinal Pell, Archbishop of Sydney, Australia 37. Most Rev. Denis Hart, Archbishop of Melbourne, Australia 38. Most Rev. Timothy Costelloe, Archbishop of Perth, Western Australia Con-Celebrants Priests Philippines 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. Rev. Fr. Paul Marquez Rev. Fr. Ludovico Tacdoro Rev. Fr. Jonathan Lacerna Rev. Fr. Erwin Dela Cruz Rev. Fr. Rolly Agustin Rev. Fr. Rey Tumbocon Rev. Fr. Francis Donnelly of the Congregation of Companions of the Cross, Canada Rev. Fr. Jeff Shannon, MMMP Rev. Fr. Javy Javines Rev. Fr. Hector Bariel, SDP Rev. Fr. Hector Arellano Rev. Fr. Jonil Lalap Rev. Fr. Joseph Alonzo Rev. Fr. Bong Turingan Rev. Fr. Evan Paul Villanueva Rev. Fr. Jenor Luis Rev. Fr. Alex Pontilla Rev. Fr. Buenaventura C. Ubarco Rev. Fr. Jose Francis Calo Rev. Fr. Jimmy Niego Rev. Fr. Jessie Chumacera Rev. Fr. Manuel Vergara O.S.A. Rev. Fr. Ricky Pacoma Rev. Fr. Tony Aureda, O.P. Rev. Fr. Alfonso Saulo Rev. Fr. Winston Margate Rev. Fr. Gerard De Villa Rev. Fr. Willy Ramos Rev. Fr. Jeff Manlapig Rev. Fr. John Paul Del Rosario Rev. Fr. Lambert Legaspino Rev. Fr. Carmelo Caluag II Rev. Fr. Anton C.T. Pascual Rev. Fr. Manuel Bongayan, SVD Rev. Fr. Arlo Yap, SVD Rev. Fr. Enrico Martin Adoviso Rev. Fr. Jun Sescon Rev. Fr. Larry Faraon Rev. Fr. Nono Alfonso, S.J. Rev. Fr. Glenn Paul Gomez, SVD Rev. Fr. Gerry Orbos, SVD Rev. Fr. Bel San Luis, SVD

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Rev. Fr. Jerome Marquez, SVD Rev. Fr. Joey Faller Rev. Fr. Fernando Suarez C.C., MMMP Rev. Fr. Joselito Irlandes Rev. Fr. Enrique Aloysius Alio Rev. Fr. Sonny Merida Rev. Fr. Noel Azupardo Rev. Fr. Marlou Lemaire Rev. Fr. Mario Sanchez Rev. Fr. Michael Quintana Rev. Fr. Boyd Sulpico Rev. Fr. Francisco Tuao Rev. Fr. Josefino S. Sebastian, Parish Priest of St. Martin of Tours Parish, Bocaue, Bulacan Rev. Fr. Avelino A. Sampana, Parish Priest of Lolomboy Parish Church Rev. Fr. Norman J. Baldoz, Parish Priest of St. Peter of Alcantara, Bocaue, Bulacan Rev. Fr. Jesus Galindo, OFM, Chaplain of Makati Medical Center Rev. Fr. Pedro Arguillas, MSC, Chaplain of Makati Medical Center Rev. Fr. Mario Sobrejuanite, Spiritual Director of ACTS Catholic Prayer Community Rev. Fr. Eric Santos, Spiritual Director of Beloved of the Lord Catholic Charismatic Community Rev. Fr. Ric Torrefiel, Spiritual Director of Friends of Divine Mercy Community Fr. Eladio B. Oliver, MSP Rev. Fr. Leo Nilo Mangussad Rev. Fr. Rolando Briones, OFM Cap Fr. Jaime S. Marquez Rev. Fr. J. Cesar R. Marin, S.J. Rev. Fr. Rolando B. Briones, OFM Cap Rev. Fr. Menardo Mercene Rev. Fr. Angelito Ancla Rev. Fr. Henry Ferreras Rev. Fr. Nelson Orqueta Rev. Fr. Dennis Soriano Rev. Fr. Joel Hanzon Rev. Fr. Domie Guzman Fr. Andres D. Rivera, Jr., OSA Fr. Jereniah A. Adviento Fr. Jerome R. Secillano Fr. Artemio P. Fabros Fr. Edgardo C. Coroza Rev. Fr. Alberto D.J. Santiago, Parish Priest, St. Michael the Archangel Parish Church, Marilao, Bulacan Rev. Fr. Lawrence Paz, Rector and Parish Priest, Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Nuestra Seora de Aranzazu, San Mateo, Rizal Rev. Fr. Aly Barcinal, Parish Priest, St. Therese of the Child Jesus Parish, Marcos Highway, Masinag, Antipolo City, Rizal Rev. Fr. Roy Crucero, Parish Priest, St. Clement Parish, Angono, Rizal Rev. Fr. Leandro Bariring, Jr., Parish Priest, San Vicente Ferrer Parish, Barangay Real, Calamba City, Laguna Rev. Fr. Larry Abayon, Parish Priest, San Antonio de Padua Parish Junction, Batong Malake, Los Banos, Laguna Fr. Aries C. Reyes, Parish Priest, Saint Roche de Sampaloc Parish, M. dela Fuente St., Sampaloc, Manila Fr. Jose M. Rendon Jr., CM, Parish Priest, Saint Vincent de Paul Parish, Ermita, Manila Rev. Fr. Jose Alan Dialogo, Parish Priest of St. John of the Cross, Pembo, Makati City

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Fr. Victor Y. Apacible, Parish Priest, Holy Cross Parish, Tejeros, Makati City Fr. Eugene N. David, Parish Priest, Holy Family Parish, Brgy. San Isidro, Makati City Fr. John G. Barro, Parish Priest, Mary Mirror of Justice Parish, Brgy. Comembo, Makati City Fr. John Jayoma, TC, Parish Priest, Mater Dolorosa Parish, East Rembo, Makati City Fr. Edison D. Escario, Parish Priest, Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Bangkal, Makati City Fr. Isidro T. Marinay, Parish Priest, Saint Alphonsus Ma. Ligouri Parish, Magallanes Village, Makati City Fr. Romeo Agustin Miciano, SDB, Parish Priest, Saint John Bosco Parish, Brgy. San Lorenzo, Makati City Fr. Benjamin D. Jugueta, Jr., Parish Priest, Saint John Mary Vianney Parish, Brgy. Cembo, Makati City Fr. Gabriel Garcia, MI Fr. Renato Sales, MI Fr. Benjie C. Ledesma Fr. Vicente F. Payuyo, CM Fr. Melquiades M. Rodas, CM Rev. Fr. Douglas Badong, Parochial Vicar of St. John of the Cross, Pembo, Makati City Rev. Fr. Andres D. Rivera, Jr., OSA Rev. Fr. Noel Azupardo Fr. Edgar S. Martinez, OFM Cap Fr. Alberto Poblete, OFM Cap Fr. Manuel Remirez, OFM Cap Fr. Edmundo Tiamson, OFM Cap Fr. Edgardo V. Dumaual, OFM Cap Rev. Fr. Ralph Joseph Rodriguez, Chaplain, Adamson University Rev. Fr. Bernard Martin, MSSC, Chaplain, University of the East-Manila Rev. Fr. Allen Pena, Chaplain, De La Salle University-Manila Bro. Martin Sellner FSC, Chaplain of De La Salle Santiago-Zobel School, Muntinlupa City Rev. Fr. RB Hizon, SJ, Chaplain of Ateneo de Manila High School, Quezon City Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Panayo, Parish Priest, Our Lady of Atonement, Cathedral Hill, Baguio City Fr. Herman de Rijs, CICM, Parish Priest, Holy Family Parish, Bakakeng, Baguio City Fr. Jose Alipio, Parish Priest, Immaculate Conception Parish, Aurora Hill, Baguio City Fr. Joseph Paduyao Fr. Felimon William, Parish Priest, St. Joseph the Worker Parish, Pacdal, Baguio City Fr. Joel Calatan, Parish Priest, St. Vincent Ferrer Parish, Campo Filipino, Baguio City Fr. Paul Basilio, Parish Priest, Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, 1 Kisad Road, Baguio City Fr. John Kanyinda, CICM, Parish Priest, St. Louis University Parish Fr. Constancio Milanes, CICM, Parish Priest, Irisan, Baguio City Rev. Fr. Jorge R. Mante Rev. Fr. Victoriano E. Dagat Rev. Fr. Efren D. Dolauta, Parish Priest, Mary Help of Christians Rev. Fr. Arnold E. Goder, Parish Priest, Our Lady of the Light Church, Loon, Bohol Rev. Fr. Leonel M. Grado, Parish Priest, San Lorenzo Ruiz de Manila Parish, Catagbacan, Loon, Bohol Rev. Fr. Manuel D. Pantollana, Parish Priest, Nuestra Seora de La Paz y Buen Viaje Parish, Cuasi, Loon, Bohol Rev. Fr. Marcelino D. Biliran, Parish Priest, Most Holy Trinity Parish, Loay, Bohol Rev. Fr. Valentino U. Pinlac, Parish Priest, The Assumption of Our Lady Shrine-Parish, Dauis, Bohol Rev. Fr. Jose D. Sumampong, Jr., Parish Priest, Nuestra Seora De La Paz Y Buen Viaje Parish, Songculan, Dauis, Bohol Rev. Fr. Arnel F. Recinto

135. Rev. Fr. Sanny de Claro, Spiritual Director of El Shaddai DWXI Prayer Partners Fellowship International, Inc. Manila, Philippines Chapter 136. Fr. Archie Guiriba, Spiritual Director of Shalom International Catholic Charismatic Foundation, Inc. 137. Rev. Fr. Czar Emmanuel Alvarez, OSA, Spiritual Director of El Shaddai DWXI Prayer Partners Fellowship International Rome, Italy Chapter 138. Rev. Fr. Arnel Tan 139. Rev. Fr. Ferdinand Lariosa, DCD, Parish Priest, Vicariate of St. Michael the Archangel, Poblacion, Padada, Davao del Sur 140. Rev. Fr. Raning Creta, Filipino Chaplain in the Diocese of Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia 141. Rev. Fr. Renato Paras 142. Rev. Fr. Nards Mercene 143. Rev. Fr. Nelson Po 144. Rev. Fr. Benjie B. Herrera 145. Rev. Fr. Brian C. Brigoli 146. Rev. Fr. Jose Dave B. Villaceran 147. Rev. Fr. Joseph Y. de Aquino 148. Rev. Fr. Wesley T. Noel 149. Rev. Fr. Wilfredo C. Borces, MSP, Parish Priest, Blessed Sacrament Parish, North Reclamation Area, Cebu City 150. Rev. Fr. Crispin Mostajo, CSsR, Parish Priest, Mother of Perpetual Help Parish, Elizabeth Pond, Cebu City 151. Rev. Fr. Urbano L. Galanido, Jr., OAR, Parish Priest, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Magallanes Street, Cebu City 152. Rev. Fr. Benjamin Y. Sim, SJ, Parish Priest, Sacred Heart (Chinese) Parish, D. Jakosalem Street, Cebu City 153. Rev. Fr. Rodolfo A. Bugna, OSA, Rector, Basilica Del Sto. Nino, Cebu City 154. Rev. Fr. Wendell Jose Balbuena, Parish Priest, Banawa Parish, Horseshoe Drive, Banawa, Cebu City 155. Rev. Fr. Eric B. Jecong, Parish Priest, Guba Parish, Guba, Cebu City 156. Rev. Fr. Leopoldo E. Palacio, Jr., Parish Priest, Saint Augustine Parish, Sta. Rosa, Olango Isaland, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu 157. Rev. Fr. Antonio Bayod, Jr., MSC, VF, Parish Priest, St. Joseph Parish, Camotes Island, Cebu 158. Rev. Fr. Jaime J. Duero, MSC, Parish Priest, Nuestra Sra. Virgen Dela Regla Parish, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu 159. Rev. Fr. Alvin B. Lao, MSC, Parish Priest, San Roque Parish, Cordova, Cebu 160. Rev. Fr. Rolito Ramil Baluran, MSC, Parish Priest, Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish, Pajac, LapuLapu City, Cebu 161. Rev. Fr. Agustin P. Polong, MSC, Parish Priest, Sto. Nio Parish, Mactan, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu 162. Rev. Fr. Ephraim P. Arciga, MSC, Parish Priest, Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish, Babag 1, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu 163. Rev. Fr. Scipio C. Deligero, Moderator, Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Minglanilla, Cebu 164. Rev. Fr. Melchor L. Urgel, Moderator, St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Naga, Cebu 165. Rev. Fr. Vicente F. Amplayo, OSA, Parish Priest, Santo Nio Parish, Mohon, Talisay City, Cebu 166. Rev. Fr. Lyle O. Cono, Parish Priest, San Roque Parish Uling, Naga, Cebu 167. Rev. Fr. Alvin H. Codilla, Parish Priest, Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, Tuyan, Naga, Cebu 168. Rev. Fr. Carlito T. Mier, Parish Priest, San Isidro Labrador Parish, San Isidro, Talisay City, Cebu 169. Rev. Fr. Florino P. Tonde, Parish Priest, Langtad, Naga City, Cebu 170. Rev. Fr. Nestor A. Atillo, Administrator, Mother of Perpetual Help Chaplaincy, Jaclopan, Talisay City 171. Rev. Fr. Sofronio G. dela Pea, Parish Priest, Lourdes Parish, Ocaa, Carcar, Cebu 172. Rev. Fr. Virgilio Y. Pedrano, Parish Priest, San Roque Parish, Valladolid, Carcar, Cebu

173. Rev. Fr. Frumencio V. Mahusay, Parish Priest, San Isidro Parish, Calidngan, Carcar, Cebu 174. Rev. Fr. Jimmy M. Tolentin, Parish Priest, San Agustin Parish, Magsico, San Fernando, Cebu 175. Rev. Fr. Leo C. Cabahug, VF, Parish Priest, Our Lady of the Pillar, Sibonga, Cebu and Vicar Forane, Vicariate of San Antonio de Padua 176. Rev. Fr. Peter S. Necesario, Parish Priest, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parish, Talaga, Argao, Cebu 177. Rev. Fr. Ricardo E. Mamararlo, Parish Priest, Our Lady of Grace Parish, Simala, Sibonga, Cebu 178. Rev. Fr. William G. Ybaez, Parish Priest, Santa Monica Parish, Kawayan, Dalaguete, Cebu 179. Rev. Fr. Virgilio O. Dolloso, Parish Priest, Santa Rosa de Lima, Alcoy, Cebu 180. Rev. Fr. Paquito F. Kintanar, Parish Priest, Immaculate Conception Parish, Oslob, Cebu 181. Rev. Fr. Milton D. Medida, Parish Priest, Patrocinio de Maria, Boljoon, Cebu 182. Rev. Fr. Prudencio B. Operiano, Parish Priest, San Gabriel Parish, Santander, Cebu 183. Rev. Fr. Aeolus G. Villar, Parish Priest, Our Lady Of The Holy Rosary Parish, Bulak, Dumanjug, Cebu 184. Rev. Fr. Benjamin B. Cortes, Parish Priest, San Vicente Parish, Bitoon, Dumanjug, Cebu 185. Rev. Fr. Teogenes T. Herrera, Parish Priest, St. Francis Parish, Dumanjug, Cebu 186. Rev. Fr. Zachary Honorio B. Zacarias, Parish Priest, San Isidro Labrador Parish, Mantalongon, Barili, Cebu 187. Rev. Fr. Cosme B. de la Pena, Parish Priest, Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, Ronda, Cebu 188. Rev. Fr. Peter L. Monteron, Parish Priest, St. Augustine Parish, Alcantara, Cebu 189. Rev. Fr. Ponce Jed B. Bellones, Parish Priest, St. James The Apostle Parish, Badian, Cebu 190. Rev. Fr. Eduardo M. Cabug, Parish Priest, Sto. Tomas De Villanueva Parish, Matutinao, Badian, Cebu 191. Rev. Fr. Filomeno G. Ybaez, Jr. 192. Rev. Fr. Gerardo D. de la Victoria, Parish Priest, San Gregorio Parish, Ginatilan, Cebu 193. Rev. Fr. Ildebrando T. Bohol, Parish Priest, San Nicolas Parish, Malabuyoc, Cebu 194. Rev. Fr. Marion S. Mejia, Parish Priest, St. Michael Parish, Samboan, Cebu 195. Rev. Fr. Ronaldo O. Sagnoy, Parish Priest, Consolation Parish, San Sebastian, Bato, Samboan, Cebu 196. Rev. Fr. Agustin B. Abella, Parish Priest, San Jose Parish, Sangi, Alegria, 197. Rev. Fr. Silvino Y. Figues, Jr., Moderator, St. Michael Parish, Argao, Cebu 198. Rev. Fr. Juan A. Velarde, Moderator, St. Anne Parish, Barili, Cebu 199. Rev. Fr. Noniel Pe, OFM 200. Rev. Fr. Jimmy Cabuntucan, MSP 201. Rev. Fr. Fredy C. Permentilla 202. Rev. Fr. Ricarte Galo, MSP 203. Rev. Fr. Manuel Thomas, CSsR 204. Rev. Fr. Glenn Tito Pascual, CSsR 205. Rev. Fr. Martin Tobin, CSsR 206. Rev. Fr. Gerardo Matriano, CSsR 207. Rev. Fr. Copernicus Perez, Jr., CSsR 208. Rev. Fr. William Skehan, CSSR 209. Rev. Fr. Peter Chuang, SJ 210. Rev. Fr. Jason Dy, SJ 211. Rev. Fr. Roberto Carampatan, SJ 212. Rev. Fr. Arturo B. Gallo, OFM 213. Rev. Fr. Dante Barcelona, OFM 214. Rev. Fr. Ferdinand Mercado, OFM 215. Rev. Fr. Nello Bulawan, OFM 216. Rev. Fr. Felipe S. Diacosta 217. Rev. Fr. Mateo L. Maneja 218. Rev. Fr. Expedito G. Torrevillas II 219. Rev. Fr. Vicente G. Dacanay

220. Rev. Fr. Arven S. Pretila 221. Rev. Fr. Bernardo D. Oyao 222. Rev. Fr. Irwin L. Pilario 223. Rev. Fr. Richard Montaner, MSC, Parochial Vicar, Saint Joseph Parish, San Francisco, Camotes Island, Cebu 224. Rev. Fr. Porfirio M. Mahinay, Jr., Parochial Vicar, St. Joseph Parish, Tabunok, Talisay City, Cebu 225. Rev. Fr. Domiciano A. La Rosa III, Parochial Vicar, Our Lady of The Pillar Parish, Sibonga, Cebu 226. Rev. Fr. Mario Villacastin 227. Rev. Fr. Junly N. Cortes 228. Rev. Fr. Joseph L. Gabriente 229. Rev. Fr. Ian-Narcissus Opena, OSA 230. Rev. Fr. Romanico O. Canyon, OSA 231. Rev. Fr. Roberto Y. Villanueva, MSC 232. Rev. Fr. Ric Pearanda, MSC 233. Rev. Fr. Fabian V. Cayetano, Jr., MSC 234. Rev. Fr. Ricky Bermudez, MSC 235. Rev. Fr. Alwin Molina, MSC 236. Rev. Fr. Nordom D. Adlaon, MSC 237. Rev. Fr. Ramon J. Alaan, MSC 238. Rev. Fr. Manuel P. Narsico 239. Rev. Fr. Oscar Ornopia 240. Rev. Fr. Joey B. Belcia 241. Rev. Fr. Hernani B. Bercede 242. Rev. Fr. Ladislao Tangente 243. Rev. Fr. Arturo O. Bornia 244. Rev. Fr. Alex B. Apigo 245. Rev. Fr. Prudencio E. Elbao 246. Rev. Fr. Felix Rossdel S. Noel 247. Rev. Fr. Daniel S. Mata 248. Rev. Fr. Lydio P. Felizarta 249. Rev. Fr. Apolonio C. Jumawan 250. Rev. Fr. Gerardo E. Matela 251. Rev. Fr. Ramilo Limbaga, Resident Priest, Archdiocesan Shrine of San Nicolas de Tolentino, Tupas Street, Cebu City 252. Rev. Fr. Fiel G. Suico, Resident Priest, Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Minglanilla, Cebu 253. Rev. Fr. Felimon Cafino, SHF, Resident Priest, Sta. Teresa Parish, Talisay City, Cebu 254. Rev. Fr. Fulton C. Varga 255. Rev. Fr. Mario Villacastin 256. Rev. Fr. Junly N. Cortes 257. Rev. Fr. Joseph L. Gabriente 258. Rev. Fr. Nazario L. Vocales 259. Rev. Fr. Dennis C. Boltron Singapore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Rev. Fr. Paul Pang, Spiritual Director of Roman Catholic Prison Ministry, Singapore Rev. Fr. Gerardus Suyono, SS.CC. Parish Priest, Blessed Sacrament Church, Singapore Rev. Fr. Romeo Yu Chang, CICM, Parish Priest, Church of St. Teresa, Singapore Rev. Fr. Francis Leong, MM Fr. Michael Sitaram, Assistant Parish Priest, Church of St. Vincent de Paul, Singapore Rev. Fr. Paul Tay, Parish Priest, Church of the Sacred Heart, Singapore Rev. Fr. Paul Tong, Priest, Church of the Sacred Heart, Singapore Rev. Fr. Vincent Chee, Priest, Church of the Sacred Heart, Singapore Rev. Fr. John Chua, OCD, Parish Priest, Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Singapore

10. Rev. Fr. Gerard Weerakoon, Parish Priest, Church of St Francis Xavier, Singapore 11. Rev. Fr. Michael Sitaram, Parish Priest, Church of St Vincent De Paul, Singapore 12. Rev. Fr. Adrian Yeo, Parish Priest, Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Singapore 13. Rev. Fr. Joseph Koh, OCD, Assistant Priest, Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Singapore 14. Rev. Fr. Thomas Curran, OCD, In-Residence Priest, Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Singapore 15. Rev. Fr. Brian D'Souza, Assistant Priest, Church of St Francis Xavier, Singapore 16. Rev. Fr. Joseph Jeannequin, MEP, Priest, Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Singapore 17. Rev. Fr. Cary Chan, Priest, Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Singapore Hong Kong 1. Rev. Fr. John J. Mcauley, MM, Parish Priest, St. Anne's Church, Tung Tau Wan Road, Stanley, Hong Kong 2. Rev. Jean-Sylvre Mbuela Pfuti, CICM, Parish Priest, Star of the Sea Church, Chaiwan Road, Chaiwan, Hong Kong 3. Rev. Francis Lau Tak Kwong, Parish Priest, Holy Cross Parish, Holy Cross Path, Shaukiwan, Hong Kong 4. Rev. Paul Kim Dong Ju, KMS 5. Rev. John B. Kwan Kit Tong 6. Rev. John P. Cuff, M.M., Parish Priest, St. Margaret Mary's Church, Happy Valley, Hong Kong 7. Rev. Philip Chan Tak Hung 8. Rev. Francis Wong, SDB 9. Rev. Jomon Varghese, PIME, Assistant Parish Priest, Holy Cross Parish, Holy Cross Path, Shaukiwan, Hong Kong 10. Rev. John Baptist Ng, SDB 11. Rev. John B. Kwan Kit Tong 12. Rev. Vincent F. Corbelli, MM 13. Rev. Aloysius Mak Ying Kin 14. Rev. Thomas Lui 15. Rev. Matthieu Masson, MEP 16. Rev. Edward Chau King Fun 17. Rev. Denis J. Hanly, M.M. 18. Rev. Joseph Tan Lei Tao, SVD 19. Rev. Pietro Galbiati, PIME 20. Rev. Michael Cuddigan, SSC 21. Rev. Thomas Wei Indonesia Malaysia 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Rev. Fr. Christopher Wee, SJ, Assistant Priest, Cathedral of Saint John, Kuala Lumpur Rev. Fr. Joachim Tan, Parish Priest, Church of Holy Rosary Rev. Fr. Terrance Thomas, Parish Priest, Church of Saint Anthony Rev. Fr. Stanislaus Soosaimariam, Parish Priest, Church of Our Lady of Fatima Rev. Fr. V.A. Michael, Parish Priest, Church of the Good Shepherd, 8, Jalan Air Puteh, Setapak Rev. Fr. Alan Pereria, Parish Priest, Church of St. Joseph, Jalan Sentul, Kuala Lumpur Rev. Fr. Surain Durai Raj, Parish Priest, Jesus Caritas Church, Jalan Kepong Baru, Kuala Lumpur Rev. Fr. Lucas Ng, CDD, Parish Priest, Church of St. Ignatius, Petaling Jaya, Selangor Rev. Fr. Philip Chua Kiaw Huat, Resident Priest, Jesus Caritas Church, Jalan Kepong Baru, Kuala Lumpur 10. Rev. Fr. George Harrison, Parish Priest, Church of the Holy Family 11. Rev. Fr. Andrew Manickcam, OFP, Cap, Parish Priest, Church of Saint Francis de Assisi 12. Rev. Fr. Leonard Lexson, Parish Priest, Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Puchong 13. Rev. Fr. Jean Claude Lourdes, Assistant Priest, Church of the Assumption, Petaling Jaya, Selangor

14. Rev. Fr. Peter Antoney, Assistant Priest, Church of St. Anne, Port Klang, Selangor 15. Rev. Fr. Andrew Wong, CDD, Parish Priest, Church of St. Ignatius, Petaling Jaya, Selangor 16. Rev. Fr. Simon Labrooy, Parish Priest, Church of St. Thomas More, Subang Jayar, Selangor 17. Rev. Fr. Mari Arkoiam, Parish Priest, Church of the Holy Redeemer, Klang, Selangor 18. Rev. Fr. Michael Chua Kim-Wah, Parish Priest, Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Klang, Selangor 19. Rev. Fr. Lawrence Andrew, SJ, Parish Priest, Church of St. Anne, Port Klang, Selangor 20. Rev. Fr. John Gnanapiragasam 21. Rev. Fr. Christopher Soosaipillai 22. Rev. Fr. Patrick Boudville 23. Rev. Fr. Clarence Devedass 24. Rev. Fr. Federick Joseph 25. Rev. Fr. Edwin Paul Myanmar 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Fr. Philip Ba Shwe, Pastor, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Malanday Fr. George Khin Mg Htwe, Pastor, St. Francis Xavier's Church Fr .John Soe Tint, Priest In-Charge, St. Joseph's Church Fr. Philip Tin Htun, Pastor, St. Michael's Church Fr. Paul Htun Myint, Pastor, St. John's Church Fr. Olivier Prodhomme, Pastor, St. Peter's Church, Amarapura, Mandalay Fr. Cyprian Aung Win, Pastor, Immaculate Conception Church

Australia 1. Rev. Fr. Quintin Culpepe, Spiritual Director of El Shaddai DWXI Prayer Partners Fellowship International Caboolture, Queensland, Australia Chapter 2. Rev. Fr. Loi Viovicente, Spiritual Director of El Shaddai DWXI Prayer Partners Fellowship International Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Chapter Bishops, Deacons, Monsignors and Pastors 1. Bishop Camilo Gregorio, Bishop, Diocese of Batanes 2. Bishop Ruperto Santos, Bishop, Diocese of Balanga 3. Most Rev. Jose F. Oliveros, D.D., Bishop, Diocese of Malolos 4. Bishop Deogracias Yniguez, Bishop, Diocese of Kalookan 5. Most Rev. Jesse E. Mercado, Bishop, Diocese of Paranaque 6. Bishop Carlito Cenzon, Bishop, Diocese of Baguio 7. Most Rev. Honesto F. Ongtioco, Bishop, Diocese of Cubao 8. Bishop Antonio Tobias, Bishop, Diocese of Novaliches 9. Most Rev. Mylo Hubert Claudio Vergara, D.D., Bishop, Diocese of Pasig 10. Most Rev. Reynaldo Evangelista, Bishop, Diocese of Imus 11. Bishop Buenaventura Famadico, Bishop, Diocese of San Pablo, Laguna 12. Most Rev. Bishop Ramon Arguelles, Bishop, Diocese of Lipa 13. Bishop Ruben Profugo, Bishop, Diocese of Lucena 14. Most Rev. Bishop Teodoro C. Bacani, Jr., Over-all Spiritual Advisor of El Shaddai DWXI Prayer Partners Fellowship International, Inc. Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines Chapter 15. Most Rev. Patricio A. Buzon, D.D., Bishop of Kabankalan, Negros 16. Most Rev. Julito B. Cortes, D.D., District Bishop, Metro Cebu-South 17. Most Rev. Bishop Leonardo Y. Medroso, D.D., Bishop, Diocese of Tagbilaran 18. Bishop Stephen Li Side, Bishop, Diocese of Tianjin 19. Bishop Joseph Fan Zhongliang, Bishop, Diocese of Shanghai 20. Bishop Joseph Xu Honggen, Bishop, Diocese of Suzhou 21. His Eminence Bishop John Tong Hon, Bishop, Diocese of Hong Kong 22. Most Rev. Bishop Jos Lai Hung-seng, Bishop, Diocese of Macau 23. Bishop Paul Cheol-soo Hwang, Bishop, Diocese of Busan, South Korea

24. Bishop Boniface Ki-san Choi, Bishop, Diocese of Incheon, South Korea 25. Most Rev. Bishop Peter Liu Cheng-chung, Diocese of Kaohsiung, Taiwan 26. Bishop Francis Xavier Vira Arpondratana, Bishop, Diocese of Chiang Mai, Thailand 27. Bishop Joseph Chusak Sirisut, Bishop, Diocese of Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand 28. Most Rev. Bishop Kevin Joseph Farrell, Bishop, Diocese of Dallas, Texas, U.S.A. 29. Most Rev. Bishop David M. O'Connell, C.M. D.D., Bishop, Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.A. 30. Bishop Paul S. Loverde, Bishop, Diocese of Arlington, Virginia, U.SA. 31. Rev. Deacon Nestor Kwan Chung Wah, Deacon, Star of the Sea Church, Chaiwan Road, Chaiwan, Hong Kong 32. Rev. Deacon Faustus Lam Sair Ling, Deacon, Holy Cross Church, Shaukiwan, Hong Kong 33. Rev. Deacon Paul Yeow, Deacon, St. Jude's Church, North Point, Hong Kong 34. Rev. Deacon Bernard Tang, Deacon, St. Margaret Mary's Church, Happy Valley, Hong Kong 35. Deacon Alexis Mg Mg Htay, Assistant Pastor, Saint Johns Church, Malanday, Myanmar 36. Right Rev. Sebastian Francis, Bishop, Diocese of Penang, Malaysia 37. Right Rev. Msgr. Paul Tan Chee Ing, SJ, Bishop, Diocese of Melaka-Johor, Malaysia 38. Rev. Dennis Kleinmann, Pastor, Saint Marys Catholic Church, Alexandria, Virginia, U.S.A. 39. Bishop Vincent Long Van Nguyen, Auxiliary Bishop for the Western Region and former Assistant Superior General for the Conventual Franciscans for Asia and Oceania 40. Msgr. Alberto G. Salonga, Jr., Parish Priest, Espiritu Santo Parish, Tayuman, Manila 41. Msgr. Claro Matt M. Garcia, Parish Priest, Immaculate Conception Parish, Tondo, Manila 42. Msgr. Jose Clemente Ignacio, Parish Priest, Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene, Quiapo, Manila 43. Msgr. Rolando R. Dela Cruz, Parish Priest, San Fernando de Dilao Parish, Paco, Manila 44. Msgr. Dennis S. Odiver, Parish Priest, Saint Andrew the Apostle Parish, Bel-Air II, Makati City 45. Msgr. Roberto A. Espenilla, Parish Priest, Saint Joseph the Worker, Palanan, Makati City 46. Msgr. Roberto Canlas, Parish Priest, Archdiocesan Shrine of Jesus, The Way, The Truth and The Life-SM Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City 47. Msgr. Modesto M. Teston, Parish Priest, Our Lady of the Airways, Pasay City 48. Msgr. Bong Lo, Rector of Lorenzo Ruiz Mission Society's Seminary and Chaplain of Chapel of the Eucharistic Lord, SM Megamall Ortigas, Mandaluyong City 49. Rev. Msgr. Mario Josefino Martinez, Parish Priest, St. Joseph Parish Church of Las Pias 50. Msgr. Rigoberto de Guzman, Rector of National Shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage, Antipolo City, Rizal 51. Rev. Msgr. Arnel Lagarejos, Parish Priest of St. John the Baptist Parish, Taytay, Rizal 52. Msgr. Mariano Melicia, Jr., Parish Priest of Saint Isidore Labrador Parish, Lucena City, Quezon 53. Msgr. Roberto F. Alesna, PA, VG, Parish Priest of Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral 54. Rev. Msgr. Dennis C. Villarojo, PC, Moderator, Capitol Parish, Cebu City 55. Rev. Msgr. Agustin V. Ancajas, PC, Parochial Vicar, Capitol Parish, Cebu City 56. Msgr. Jose S. Montecillo, HP, Parish Priest, Guadalupe Parish, Cebu City 57. Rev. Msgr. Marnell S. Mejia, PC, Moderator, Saint Therese Parish, Cebu City 58. Rev. Msgr. Carlito V. Pono, Moderator, San Isidro Labrador Parish, Tambalan, Cebu City 59. Rev. Msgr. Antonio G. Quintana, PC, VF, Moderator, San Isidro Labrador, San Fernando, Cebu 60. Rev. Msgr. Ruben Labajo, PC, Moderator, St. Joseph Parish, Tabunok, Talisay City, Cebu 61. Rev. Msgr. Rolando Jimenez, HP, Parish Priest, St. Catherine Parish, Carcar City 62. Msgr. Raul T. Go, PC 63. Msgr. Romualdo G. Kintanar, HP, Moderator, Sta. Teresa Parish, Talisay City, Cebu and Parish Priest, San Guillermo Parish, Dalaguete, Cebu 64. Msgr. Phil Ch. Tumulak, HP, Vicar Forane, Vicariate of San Guillermo de Aquitania 65. Rev. Msgr. Daniel C. Sanico, PC, Parish Priest, San Juan Nepomuceno Parish, Moalboal, Cebu 66. Msgr. Feliciano E. Nalzaro, Jr., Parish Priest of Immaculate Heart of Parish, Tagbilaran City, Bohol 67. Msgr. James Gnanapiragasam, VG, Parish Priest, St. Johns Cathedral, Kuala Lumpur 68. Msgr. Daniel Lim, VG, Parish Priest, Church of Holy Rosary, Kuala Lumpur 69. Msgr. Michael Keating, Parish Priest of Perth Cathedral, Perth, Australia

Choirs 1. ABS-CBN Chorale 2. ACTS Catholic Prayer Community Music Ministry 3. Adamson University Chorale 4. Ateneo Chamber Singers 5. Ateneo Glee Club 6. Awit Papuri Choir 7. Bangko Sentral Singers 8. Chaplaincy Choir 9. Coro Benito 10. Coro Tomasino 11. De La Salle University-Manila Chorale 12. Diocese of Pasig Choir 13. El Shaddai Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines Choir 14. El Shaddai Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. Chapter Choir 15. El Shaddai Padova, Italy Chapter Choir 16. El Shaddai Rome, Italy Chapter Choir 17. El Shaddai Seoul, South Korea Chapter Gospel Choir 18. El Shaddai Southern California, U.S.A. Gospel Choir 19. FEU Choir 20. Hail Mary the Queen Children's Choir 21. Himig Muntinlupa 22. Immaculate Conception Choir 23. Inquirer Chorale 24. Las Pias Boys Choir 25. Loboc Childrens Choir 26. Lourdes School of Mandaluyong Chorale 27. Mandaluyong Chamber Singers 28. Mandaluyong Childrens Choir 29. Meralco Chorale 30. Meralco Village Youth Choir 31. Music and Life (HELP-C) Music Ministry 32. Oasis of Love Catholic Charismatic Community Manila Chapter Choir 33. Office of the President Choir 34. Office of the Vice-President Choir 35. Mandaue Children and Youth Chorus 36. National University Choir 37. Nazarene Grand Choir 38. Pasig Catholic College Children's Choir 39. President Diosdado Macapagal Memorial Choir 40. Rivers of Living Water Minstrels 41. Saint Peter Community Music Ministry 42. San Beda College Choir 43. San Carlos Seminary Choir 44. Senate of the Philippines Choir 45. The EDSA Shrine Music Ministry 46. The Lighter Side Movement Choir, Mandaluyong 47. The Shrine of Jesus Children's Choir 48. University of the East Choir 49. University of the Philippines Concert Chorus 50. University of the Philippines Madrigal Singers 51. University of the Philippines Singing Ambassadors

52. University of the Visayas Chorale 53. UST Singers 54. Coro de San Jacinto of Tuguegarao 55. City Choir of San Fernando, Pampanga (City Government of Pampanga) 56. Coro de la Laguna 57. Ozamiz Local Government Unit (LGU) Choristers 58. Buhangin Voices of the LGU of Iligan City 59. Pangasinan Provincial Chorale 60. Makati City Government Employee Chorale 61. Hong Kong Childrens Choir Orchestra Band Banda Matanda El Shaddai Band Tamborine Dancers Sister Faith Abano Gualandi Volunteer Service Programme Stage Craft International, Inc. ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Gerald Salonga Cebu Philharmonic Orchestra Cebu Youth Symphony Orchestra DLSU Pops Orchestra Manila Symphony Orchestra Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra Philippine Youth Symphonic Band UST Brass Band Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra Joshua Espinosa

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Dancers Mass Commentator Sign Language Licensee Stage Design About the Altar

Inspired by the bamboo arches seen in Philippine fiestas, the Quirino Grandstand was dressed up to evoke this festive feeling and give Pope Francis a reception that embodies the Filipinos fondness for His Holiness. A fabric canopy with Tagalog Stencil patterns marks the main portion of the dais where the Pope celebrated mass. All furniture was done in rattan to maintain the indigenous feel of the altar designs. The World Youth Day Altar was designed by Francisco Manoza. Traffic Re-Routing

On October 26, 2013, the following roads will be affected: Roxas Boulevard (from Padre Burgos Drive to T.M. Kalaw Street to United Nations Avenue to Padre Faura) will be closed to vehicular traffic from 12:00 Midnight of October 25 to 12:00 P.M. of October 28, 2013 Taft Avenue, Padres Burgos Drive and Arroceros Street to Natividad Almeda-Lopez Drive, Jones, McArthur and Quezon Bridges will be closed to vehicular traffic from 6:00 P.M. of October 25, 2013 to 3:00 P.M. of October 28, 2013. Quezon Boulevard will be closed to heavy traffic from 11:00 P.M. of October 25, 2012 to 12:00 Noon of October 28, 2013.

References: Google Maps Legend: Blue Color - Closed route Yellow Circle Venue

The Re-routing scheme for the 35th Anniversary Celebration of Jesus is Lord Church (as of October 21, 2013) as follows: Phase 1: Rizal Park Area 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. Quirino Grandstand (Main Venue) Head northwest on Parade Ave toward Katigbak Drive Parade Ave turns slightly right and becomes Katigbak Drive Continue onto Padre Burgos St/C-1 Make a U-turn at Roxas Boulevard Continue onto Katigbak Dr Continue onto Parade Ave Continue onto South Dr Continue onto T.M. Kalaw Make a U-turn at Roxas Boulevard Continue onto South Dr Slight right onto Parade Ave Parade Ave turns slightly right and becomes Katigbak Dr Continue onto Padre Burgos St/C-1 Make a U-turn at Maria Y. Orosa Make a U-turn at Roxas Boulevard Turn right onto Maria Y. Orosa Head southeast on Maria Y. Orosa Street toward T.M. Kalaw Turn right onto T.M. Kalaw Make a U-turn at Jorge Bocobo Turn left onto MY Orosa Street Continue to follow Maria Y. Orosa Turn right onto Finance Turn right onto Taft Avenue Turn right onto United Nations Avenue Take the 1st right onto Maria Y. Orosa Turn left onto T.M. Kalaw Make a U-turn at Roxas Boulevard Make a U-turn at Maria Y. Orosa Turn right onto Roxas Boulevard Make a U-turn at Padre Burgos St/C-1 Turn left onto United Nations Ave Turn right onto Cortada Turn left onto A Flores

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Take the 1st left onto A. Mabini Destination will be on the right Head northwest on A. Mabini toward United Nations Ave Take the 1st right onto United Nations Ave Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto Maria Y. Orosa Turn left onto T.M. Kalaw Take the 2nd left onto Jorge Bocobo Head southeast on Jorge Bocobo toward United Nations Avenue Take the 2nd right onto A Flores Head southwest on A Flores toward A. Mabini Take the 1st right onto A. Mabini Take the 1st left onto United Nations Ave Turn right onto Alhambra Head northwest on Alhambra toward T.M. Kalaw Turn right onto T.M. Kalaw Take the 1st right onto Guerrero Head northwest on Guerrero toward T.M. Kalaw Turn right onto T.M. Kalaw Take the 1st right onto M.H. Del Pilar Take the 1st left onto United Nations Ave Take the 1st left onto Cortada Head southeast on Cortada toward United Nations Ave Take the 1st left onto United Nations Ave Take the 1st left onto A. Mabini Head northwest on A. Mabini toward T.M. Kalaw Turn right onto T.M. Kalaw Take the 2nd left onto Engracia C Reyes Head northeast on Engracia C Reyes toward Maria Y. Orosa Turn left onto Maria Y. Orosa Head northwest on Maria Y. Orosa toward T.M. Kalaw Turn left onto T.M. Kalaw Head northwest on A. Mabini toward Arquiza Take the 1st right onto Arquiza Take the 1st left onto Grey Turn left onto A Flores Take the 1st right onto A. Mabini Take the 1st right onto United Nations Ave Take the 1st right onto Jorge Bocobo Take the 1st right onto A Flores Take the 1st left onto Grey Turn left onto Arquiza Turn right onto Jorge Bocobo Take the 1st right onto Padre Faura Take the 1st right onto A. Mabini Take the 1st right onto Arquiza Turn right onto Jorge Bocobo Turn left onto Sta. Monica Turn left onto Padre Faura Take the 2nd left onto M Adriatico Take the 1st left onto Sta. Monica Turn left onto Padre Faura Take the 2nd left onto M Adriatico Take the 1st right onto Sta. Monica Take the 1st right onto A. Mabini

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Take the 1st left onto Padre Faura Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto Guerrero Take the 1st right onto Arquiza Take the 1st right onto M.H. Del Pilar Take the 1st right onto Padre Faura Take the 1st right onto Guerrero Take the 2nd right toward M.H. Del Pilar Turn right onto M.H. Del Pilar Take the 1st left onto Arquiza Turn right onto Jorge Bocobo Take the 1st right onto Padre Faura Turn left onto M.H. Del Pilar Take the 1st right onto Sta. Monica Take the 1st right onto Guerrero Take the 1st left onto Padre Faura Take the 1st left toward Sta. Monica Take the 1st left onto Sta. Monica Take the 1st left onto Guerrero Turn left onto Arquiza Take the 1st right onto Alhambra Take the 1st right toward Guerrero Take the 1st left onto Guerrero Take the 2nd right onto United Nations Ave Take the 1st right onto M.H. Del Pilar Take the 1st left onto A Flores Turn right onto Grey Turn right onto Arquiza Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto M.H. Del Pilar Turn left at the 2nd cross street onto Sta. Monica Take the 1st left onto A. Mabini Turn right onto United Nations Ave Turn right onto Taft Ave Take the 1st right onto Padre Faura Take the 1st right onto Maria Y. Orosa Take the 2nd right onto United Nations Ave Head southwest on United Nations Ave toward Taft Ave Turn left onto Jorge Bocobo Take the 1st left onto Engracia C Reyes Turn left onto Maria Y. Orosa Take the 2nd right onto United Nations Ave Take the 2nd right onto Taft Ave Take the 1st right onto Padre Faura Plaza Miranda (Co-Venue) Head west on R. Hidalgo toward Villalobos Turn left onto Gomez Slight left onto Carlos Palanca Sr. Take the 1st left onto Villalobos Turn right onto R. Hidalgo Turn right onto Quezon Boulevard Slight right toward Carlos Palanca Sr. Turn left onto Carlos Palanca Sr.

Phase 2: Quiapo Area

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Take the 1st right onto Oscariz Oscariz turns right and becomes P. Ducos Turn right onto Carlos Palanca Sr. Turn left onto Muelle Dela Quinta Muelle Dela Quinta turns slightly left and becomes trinoma Turn right onto Arlegui Take the 2nd right onto Duque Take the 1st left onto Vergara Take the 1st right onto Fraternal Turn left onto Castillejos Castillejos turns left and becomes Farnecio Turn left onto Vergara Take the 1st right onto Fraternal Turn left onto Arlegui Turn right at Duque Slight right onto Dr. Concepcion C. Aguila Take the 1st right onto Legarda Turn right onto Arlegui Take the 2nd left onto Fraternal Turn right onto Castillejos Turn left onto Duque Make a U-turn Take the 1st left onto Arlegui Take the 1st left onto Gunao Take the 1st right onto Norzagaray Take the 1st left onto trinoma Take the 1st left onto Globo de Oro Turn right at Gunao Make a U-turn Take the 1st left onto Globo de Oro Take the 2nd right onto A. Bautista Take the 1st right onto Norzagaray Take the 1st right onto trinoma Take the 1st right onto Globo de Oro Sharp right toward Norzagaray Take the 1st right onto Norzagaray Take the 2nd right onto trinoma trinoma turns slightly right and becomes Muelle Dela Quinta Turn right onto Carlos Palanca Sr. Turn right onto Villalobos Turn right onto R. Hidalgo Turn right onto Quezon Boulevard Continue onto Quezon Bridge Continue onto Quezon Blvd Continue onto Padre Burgos St Make a U-turn at Victoria Keep right to stay on Padre Burgos St Keep left to stay on Padre Burgos St Continue onto McArthur Bridge Turn right onto Carlos Palanca Sr. Take the 2nd left onto Gomez Take the 1st right onto R. Hidalgo Turn right onto Quezon Boulevard

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Continue onto Quezon Bridge Continue onto Quezon Blvd Continue onto Padre Burgos St Make a U-turn at Victoria Keep right to stay on Padre Burgos St Keep right to stay on Padre Burgos St Continue onto Quezon Bridge Continue onto Quezon Blvd (Destination will be on the left) Quiapo Church (Co-Venue) Head southeast on Chicago toward 7th St Take the 1st left onto 7th St Make a U-turn Take the 1st left onto Chicago Take the 3rd left onto 10th St Make a U-turnTake the 1st right onto Chicago Take the 1st right onto 9th St Make a U-turn Turn right onto Muelle de San Francisco Take the 1st right onto 8th St Turn right onto Bonifacio Dr Take the 1st right onto 11th St Take the 1st left onto Railroad Dr Turn right onto 12th St Turn right onto Atlanta Turn right onto 11th St Turn right onto Bonifacio Dr At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto 13th St Turn right onto Chicago Chicago turns right and becomes 11th St Turn right onto Atlanta Take the 2nd right onto 14th St Take the 1st left onto Antonio C. Delgado Take the 1st left onto 15th St Take the 1st right onto Atlanta Take the 1st right onto 16th St Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto Boston Turn right onto 13th St Take the 1st right onto Antonio C. Delgado Take the 1st right onto 14th St Turn right onto Muelle de San Francisco Take the 2nd right onto 10th St Make a U-turn Take the 1st right onto Chicago Take the 2nd left onto 8th St Turn right onto Muelle de San Francisco Muelle de San Francisco turns right and becomes 7th St Turn left onto Chicago Sharp left onto Muelle De Tacoma Turn left onto 7th St Take the 1st left onto Chicago Turn right onto Muelle De Tacoma

Phase 3: Port Area

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Head southwest on 25th St toward Muelle de San Francisco 25th St turns right and becomes Muelle de San Francisco Turn right onto 16th St Take the 3rd left onto Boston Turn left onto 13th St Turn left onto Muelle de San Francisco Take the 2nd left onto 16th St Take the 1st right onto Boston Make a U-turn Take the 2nd right onto 14th St Head southwest on 14th St toward Boston Take the 1st right onto Boston Turn right onto 13th St Take the 1st right onto Antonio C. Delgado Take the 2nd right onto 16th St Take the 1st right onto Boston Turn right onto 13th St Take the 1st left onto Chicago Chicago turns right and becomes 11th St Turn right onto Atlanta Turn right onto 13th St Take the 1st left onto Antonio C. Delgado Take the 1st left onto 14th St Take the 1st right onto Atlanta Take the 1st right onto 15th St Turn left onto Antonio C. Delgado Take the 1st left onto 16th St Take the 1st right onto Atlanta Take the 1st right onto 17th St Turn right onto Muelle de San Francisco Take the 1st right onto 16th St Take the 2nd right onto Antonio C. Delgado Take the 1st left onto 17th St Turn left onto Railroad Dr Take the 2nd left onto 15th St Take the 1st right onto Atlanta Take the 1st right onto 14th St Turn left onto Railroad Dr Turn left onto 12th St Turn right onto Atlanta Turn right onto 11th St Take the 1st right onto Railroad Dr Take the 3rd right onto 14th St Take the 1st left onto Atlanta Take the 2nd left onto 16th St Take the 1st left onto Railroad Dr Take the 1st right onto 13th St At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Bonifacio Dr Turn right onto 16th St Take the 2nd right onto Atlanta Take the 3rd right onto 13th St Head southwest on 25th St toward Muelle de San Francisco 25th St turns right and becomes Muelle de San Francisco

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Turn right onto 14th St Turn right onto Antonio C. Delgado Take the 1st left onto 15th St Take the 1st left onto Atlanta Take the 1st left onto 14th St Take the 1st left onto Antonio C. Delgado Take the 1st right onto 16th St Turn left onto Muelle de San Francisco Take the 1st left onto 17th St Turn left onto Atlanta Take the 2nd left onto 15th St Turn left onto Antonio C. Delgado Take the 1st left onto 16th St Take the 2nd left onto Railroad Dr Take the 1st left onto 15th St Take the 1st left onto Atlanta Take the 2nd left onto 17th St Turn left onto Railroad Dr Take the 1st right onto 16th St Turn right onto Bonifacio Dr Take the 2nd right onto 25th St 25th St turns right and becomes Muelle de San Francisco Turn right onto 17th St Take the 1st right onto Antonio C. Delgado Turn left onto 24th St Turn right onto Railroad Dr Turn right onto 25th St 25th St turns right and becomes Muelle de San Francisco Turn right onto 17th St Take the 1st right onto Antonio C. Delgado Turn left onto 22nd St Turn right onto Railroad Dr Take the 1st right onto 23rd St Turn left onto Antonio C. Delgado Turn left onto 25th St Take the 1st left onto Railroad Dr Turn left onto 19th St Turn left onto Antonio C. Delgado Take the 1st left onto 20th St Take the 1st left onto Railroad Dr Take the 2nd left onto 18th St Turn left onto Antonio C. Delgado Turn left onto Railroad Dr Turn left onto 15th St Take the 1st right onto Atlanta Take the 1st right onto 14th St Turn right onto Railroad Dr Take the 1st right onto 15th St Take the 1st right onto Atlanta Take the 1st left onto 14th St