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Sept. 28 to Oct. 4, 2014 Vol. XXII No.

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Offcial Publication of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Candles, Jaro, Iloilo City Tel. Nos. 320-9505 & 329-1625 website: www.ourladyofcandlesnationalshrine.com email:jarocathedral@yahoo.com.ph
6th Sunday of Easter
26th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)
National Seafarers Sunday
T
oday is the twenty-sixth Sunday in
Ordinary Time. Todays Gospel from
St. Matthew tells us the story of two
sons who were requested by their father to
go to his vineyard. The first said he will not
go but in the end, he did; while the second
said he will go, but in the end, did not.
Have you encountered a similar
situation in your daily life? Who would
know what would happen in the last two
minutes? Or, have you, at one time, found
yourself at the crossroads, where you are
made to decide to be or not to be?
Which of the two brothers did what
their father wanted?
Let me share it with you the lessons I
have personally learned from this gospel.
First: Say what you mean and mean
what you say. Before giving our answers
to certain questions, we must discern first
which of these is good and in accordance
Beautiful, Inside and Out!
to Gods Will. If there is one value we need
to cultivate in ourselves, that is the value
of discernment. If caught in the middle
of some situation, say what you mean and
mean what you say. Whatever comes out of
our mouth determine who we are and how
people would look at us. This is more so
with persons who are in charge of forming
or molding other people, especially the
young. As parents, teachers and all other
formators, we have to be careful in setting
the right example to our students. We have
to walk our talk.
Second: As we ponder on certain
decisions to make, let us pay attention to
the little whispering in us, the voice of God
- our conscience. Let us not set aside our
conscience for it helps us determine which
is good and which is bad. If we think we
are doing our work good enough, let us
not stop there. We try to think and look
for ways how we can be more efficient and
how we can improve ourselves. In other
words, let us not be mediocre, rather, let
us strive to give our best. Remember, we
are all called to be perfect for our Heavenly
Father is perfect.
Third: The time is now! Once we realize
something needs to be done, then, let us not
postpone it. The right time is now! Why?
What happens if we delay? Our enthusiasm
slowly dies out. So, our original thoughts
and considerations may be diminished in
quality and quantity. Worse is when we
have identified what we are supposed to do
and we die without doing them, then, we
can only bite our elbow. So, let us always
remember - the time is NOW!
What happens if we ar able to discern
and say what we mean and mean what we
say after much discernment and listening
to the little voice of my conscience? Then,
we will be better understood, and perhaps
,we can eliminate miscommunication. That
is why, we must always strive to do good
now; we might miss it if we do not.
If we come to terms with all these,
perhaps we may find beauty inside and out
of ourselves and of others.
Ma. Rosario Rote-Tejada
source prstateland.wordpress.com
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Parish Life More Interesting
than a Teleserye!
Reminiscing the Past at Jaro
Parochial House
Fr. Nathaniel G. Gentizon
W
ho will not get thrilled with what
is happening in the teleserye,
Sana Bukas Pa ang Kahapon? Yes,
I must admit that I am one of those who
follow the teleserye either on television or
in the internet. Excitement also swells up
in me while I follow the TV series Merlin
which I download and save on my phone.
But I catch myself stirred up sometimes!
Do I feel thrilled, excited and enthusiastic
with what is happening in the parish in
the same way that I feel excited when I
watch these TV series? If I can imagine the
possibilities that would happen in the life
of the characters in the teleserye, do I try
to sit down and imagine with enthusiasm
what will happen to the different pastoral
ministries that I handle in the parish, and
strive to make them happen?
Yes, our parish life can be like a
teleserye. It has a lot of drama, comedy,
suspense and action. But what makes our
S
a nagligad nga mga semana, sa sining
bahin sang Candlelight, ang The Pastor
Speaks, akon gintinguhaan nga ipaathag
ang bug-os nga kahulogan kag kaundan
sang Napulo ka mga Sugo sang Dios. Ini sa
katuyoan nga mahangpan sang bumalasa
ang halin sang una nga ila ginasa-ulo sa
katesismo. Indi tuman nga sauluhon lamang
ang Napulo ka mga Sugo. Importante man
nga mahibaloan nga madamo pa gid nga
mga sala batok sa mga Sugo sang Dios ang
ginalakip sa tagsa ka paglapas sini. Kabay
pa nga nakabulig man ini sa inyo agod
magsanyog pa gid ang inyo paghangop sa
matuod nga pagkabuhi nga balaan paagi sa
pagkamatinumanon sa mga Sugo sang Dios.
Sa amo man nga tion, wala ko man
ginpabayaan ang mga bagay kag mga isyu
nga may daku nga kaangtanan sa kabuhi
sang parokya. Tungod kay ang Candlelight
amo ang labing epektibo nga paagi agod nga
mapalambot sa inyo ihibalo ang mga butang
nga dapat ninyo mahibaloan, luwas sa mga
balita, mga opinyon kag mga pamalandong
nga sa masunson inyo mabasahan sa aton
semanal nga pahayagan, ara man ang
nagapadayon nga report nahanungod
sa nagakatabo sa parokya, pareho abi sa
pagpakaayo sang aton kombento.
Masulod na sa tatlo ka bulan halin sa
ginsugoran ini nga proyekto. Kag sa halos
tagsa ka isyu sang Candlelight halin sang
Hulyo 28 sang ginlunsar ang proyekto, may
lainlain nga mga sinulat nga may kaangtanan
sini ang inyo nabasahan. May ara nga
nagpabutyag sang ila eksperyensya samtang
sila nagpuyo sa kombento; may ara man
nga naghatag sing panugyan kon ano ang
nagakadapat nga ilakip sa sini nga building;
may ara man nga mga paathag kon ano gid
parish life different from the teleserye we
watch is that we are the characters, and
real life characters at that, and theres no
definite plot. We are not just spectators but
each of us has a role to play, a script to make
and an action to demonstrate. Just as the
whole teleserye has many parts or chapters,
our story as a parish has many parts as well,
and the amazing fact is that the ending of
our story depends on our collective efforts
and participation.
Now, our parish life story is on the
chapter of reconstructing our parochial
house. Since the start of the project
last July, we have witnessed how many
of us played an active role in helping
toward the realization of this project. It
is so amazing how many of us have been
generous in sharing our resources for this
endeavour. With this, our parochial house
reconstruction continues without the fear
of losing funds, not only because all of us are
THE PASTOR SPEAKS
Msgr. Higinio C. Velarde
Delfn Jordan
cooperating and doing our part, but mainly
because our Blessed Mother is always there
to help us and God never ceases providing
us with what we need.
Of course, while we continue to embark
on this project, we have not forgotten
to maximize our efforts in the different
ministries of our parish.
Our Parish Worship Ministry attends
to the formation of our ushers and actively
ministers to the sick and the elderly through
its Ministry for the Sick. The Ministry of
Arimatheans is being established and
strengthened and will minister to the dead
and their bereaved families.
Our Education Ministry is faithful in
facilitating Adult Faith Formation every
Friday and Saturday, in Sunday School
Catechesis and Catechesis in the different
elementary schools,] and in Jaro National
High School. Our parish catechists have their
BUI LDI NG
TOGETHER
Donations Update of the Parochial
House Construction Project
Share what God blessed you! Let us
build together our Parochial House!
September 20 - 27, 2014
Cash on Hand, Sept. 19, 2014 Php 656,362.20
Donation Received
Brgy. Arguelles 1,000.00
Zenaida Uy Ongchua 500.00
Alex & Virginia Payopelin & Family 1,000.00
Brgy. Lourdes c/o Msgr. Gene 558.00
Brgy. Tabuc Suba Proper c/o Fr. Ronald
316.00
Brgy. Taytay Zone II c/o Fr. Nathaniel 315.00
Anita Lacuesta-Jesena, MD 2,500.00
Ramon & Kharr Juanico 5,000.00
Total Cash Donation Php 667,551.20
Less: Expenses for the week:
Payroll 47,599.75
Materials 41,910.00
Total Expenses 89,509.75
Cash on Hand-Sept. 26, 2014 Php 578,041.45
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I
n 1958, I was appointed by Msgr. Ciceron
A. Martirez (commonly called as PCAM)
as assistant fiscal to Roberto Tyo Itok
Pastrana (personally I dont know why the
secretary of the parish is called fiscal before).
Prior to this assignment, I was already active
in the parish as an acolyte and member of
the choir back in the days of Msgr. Melecio
Fegarido, then parish priest. Our office was
exactly howit is at present. Immediately after
the front main door was the hallway where
the stairs was located going upstairs to the
residence of the priests. The living room and
meeting hall were both downstairs at the left
side of the convent.
In 1962, Bishop Juan Nilmar became the
parish priest and he appointed me as the new
parish secretary. The major project of Bishop
Nilmar was the construction of the twin belfry
of the Cathedral. (Dumduman ko pa sang
ginsugo ako ni Msgr. Nilmar nga magbagting
sang lingganay sa kampanaryo nga sadto ara
pa sa idalum. Ginguripat niya ako kay indi
ako makahibalo magbagting. Gani ginsabat
ko sia nga, Indi man
ako kampanero,
sekretaryo ako
ya.)
Readers
Cor ner
B
uilding Together is the slogan, I believe, of the retrofitting and
construction project of the old building we fondly called - the Convento.
Eversince the project started, we hear and read it being called by several
names like, Convent, Rectory, Parochial House, Parochial Office,Parish Rectory, Jaro
Parish Convent, etc. I wonder if we can come up with one official name, so as not to
make our parishioners a little puzzled? And also, with an official name we can be
more focused, like for example - Building Together- The Jaro Parish Rectory. Just
suggesting. Thank you. Yours in Christ Jesus. - Jhevon Yap
A CL Follower
ang dapat ihingalan sa iya; kag may ara man
nga nagpahayag sang iya balatyagon tungod
sang mga handumanan nga nabilin sang daan
nga edipisyo sang kombento. Nagapasalamat
gid ako sing daku sa tanan nga nagpabutyag
sang ila balatyagon nahanungod sa sini nga
butang. Nagapahayag ini sang ila interes
kag pagpakigbahin bilang katapo sang aton
komunidad. Akon gid ginakalipay ang inyo
partisipasyon kag ginapaabot ko ang inyo
padayon nga pagsunod sa mga nagakalatabo
kag paghatag sang inyo opinyon.
Sang nagligad nga semana, ang
Candlelight nakabaton sing isa pa gid
ka obserbasyon nga may kaangtanan sa
sining aton proyekto. Ini nga obserbasyon
ginapatungod sa lainlain nga mga ngalan
nga ginhatag sa sini nga edipisyo. Ano gid
bala ang tawag diri? Kombento? Balay
sang Parokya? Parish Rectory? Jaro Parish
Convent? Parochial Office? Parochial
House? Ang tagsulat sini nga obserbasyon
nagapanugyan nga kuntani tawgon na lang
ini sa isa ka ngalan agod nga indi na magdulot
sing pagsalangisag para sa mga tumoluo.
Sa akon bahin, maayo gid nga may ara nga
nagpaninguha sa pagpadangat sang iya
kabalaka, agod nga mangin simple na lang
ang aton pagsinalayo, kag nagapasalamat gid
ako sing daku sa naghatag sini nga panugyan.
Bilang sabat sa sina nga obserbasyon, ayhan
makita ninyo sa sobre nga ginpa-imprenta
naton para sa inyo bulig, ining mga dinalan:
Building Together! Jaro Parochial House.
Upod sa sining pagpasalamat ang akon
mainit nga pangagda sa tanan nga magbulig
para sa sini nga proyekto: Aton ini! Amo
ini ang rason kon ngaa ang aton slogan:
Building Together!
*****
Sa sini nga Domingo, aton ginasaulog ang
National Seafarers Day. Ginadumdom naton
ang mga kautoran naton nga nagapanakayon
sa kadagatan nga nagasakay ukon nagaobra
sa mga sakayan pangdagat. Malayo sila sa
ila pamilya kag gani upod sa kabudlay sang
pagtrabaho, ara man ang pagkahidlaw nga
ila ginabatyag para sa ila mahal sa kabuhi.
Updan naton sila sa aton pangamuyo agod
nga magpadayon sila nga mabakod sa pagtuo
kag mapahilayo sa katalagman. Nabatian
naton ukon nahibaloan ang mga wala
ginapaabot nga mga hitabo samtang ara ang
mga barko ukon mga sakayan pangdagat sa
tunga sang lawod. Kabay pa nga magpabilin
sila nga hilway sa katalagman. Indi man
naton pagkalimtan ang ila mga pamilya nga
ari diri nabilin sa aton tunga. Indi hamak
ang ila pagkatublag kag kapung-aw para
sa ila mga pinalangga nga nagapanakayon.
Importante ka tama nga mabatyagan sang
mga panimalay sang aton mga seafarers ang
aton suporta para sa ila nga nagakahangawa
para sa kaayohan sang ila pinalangga nga
malayo sa ila luyo.
*****
Sa Ebanghelyo sa sini nga Domingo,
ginaagda kita sa pagkamatinumanon sa sugo
sang Dios. Magtuman kita sa iya kabubut-on
kay Sia amo ang aton Amay nga nagahigugma
sa aton, kag indi aton Agalon nga dapat
naton alagaron. Ang sugo sang Amay para
sa aton kaayohan; ang sugo sang Agalon
para sa kaayohan sang Agalon. Kon sang
una, nagsiling kita nga Huo sa aton Amay,
magpadayon kita sa pagkamatinumanon.
Kon sang una, nagsiling kita nga Indi,
may panahon pa nga magkambio kita
sing panghunahona kag magsunod sa iya
kabubut-on.
In 1967, Msgr. Jaime L. Sin was appointed
auxiliary bishop and parish priest of Jaro. His
assistants were then Fr. Alberto Piamonte, Fr.
Gene Velarde (now Msgr., our Parish Priest),
and Fr. Ever Cansancio. Msgr. Sin started the
reconstruction of the convent, but business
in the office went on smoothly despite the
on-going construction upstairs. Everybody
was very busy that time raising funds for the
construction, and we, on our part, helped too
by holding daigon to help in the construction.
In 1972, Msgr. Piamonte succeeded
Msgr. Sin. It was during his time when the
Holy Father came to visit Iloilo in February
1981. The image of Our Lady of Candles was
taken down from her original place, when
the Holy Father crowned her. I was one of
the members of the Knights of Columbus 4th
Degree Color Guard as security at the grounds
of the Cathedral, so I was very near to actually
see the Holy Father. That was the greatest
religious event that took place, witnessed by
everybody in whole of Western Visayas.
For some time, I was alone in
the office as parish
secretary. Because of the heavy workload, there
were times when I had to ask my son to go to
the City Hall for the registration of the marriage
certificates. I had to bring home some records
to sort out. Later, Pol Subong was assigned to
assist me in the office.
In 1989, Msgr. Jose M. Gamboa became the
parishpriest of JaroParish. WhenMsgr. Gamboa
appointed me Minister of the Holy Communion,
I was able to visit more than 20 sick people
every Friday. Aside fromthat, I also used to lead
the Perpetual Help novena every Wednesday,
and the Santo Nio and Sacred Heart Novenas
on Friday. Msgr. Gamboa was the last boss I
served as parish secretary of Jaro Cathedral. I
had a stroke first in April 1997 and another one
in 1998. So, I was forced to retire.
Daku gid ang pasalamat ko sa Dios sa
malawig nga kabuhi nga iya ginhatag sa akon.
Here I am, sixteenyears after my last stroke, still
strong at eighty years old.
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(Let us pray for each other)
EDITORIAL BOARD
REV. FR. NATHANIEL G. GENTIZON
Editor-in-Chief
PUREZA D. LACUESTA
ARMANDO A. SUE
Associate Editors
ANNA SHIELA A. MORENO
FE MARINA S. SIACON
News Editors
JULIETA G. AQUILO
MA. ROSARIO R. TEJADA
Feature Editors
LALAINE D. PASQUIN
Circulation
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Layout Artist
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Contributors
The Candle Light is a non-proft
weekly publication.
PARISH
ADMINISTRATION
RT. REV. MSGR. HIGINIOC. VELARDE, JR., JCD, PA
Parish Priest
REV. FR. RONALD C. DE LEON
Senior Parochial Vicar
REV. FR. NATHANIEL G. GENTIZON
Parochial Vicar
REV. FR. PHILIPP NEIL Y. ANTENOR-CRUZ
Special Assistant for Temporal Affairs
REV. MSGR. ALEJANDRO P. ESPERANCILLA
Special Assistant for Liturgical Affairs
REV. FR. FRANCISCO T. ANGOSTURA
REV. FR. JOENICK S. TERRITORIO
Resident Priests
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Quote of the Week
:: Gospel Refection
Ang Pulong Nangin Tawo
Pamalandong
Readings for
the WEEK
BIRTHDAY
September
29 Nathaniel Gentizon
Charles Jiscel Sta. Cruz
October
01 Fr. Manuel Escanlar
ORDINATION
02/95 Fr. Midyphil Billones
NECROLOGY
Fr. Eli Sariego (1966)
Fr. Vicente Declaro (1990)
01 Msgr. Melecio Fegarido
Fr. Arturo Silvederio
02 Msgr. Eligio Villavert, PC

Ika-26 nga Domingo sang Tuig, Setyembre 28, 2014
Mt 21:28-32
SEPT.-OCT. 2014
HOLY FATHERS PRAYER
INTENTIONS
Mentally disabled.
That the mentally disabled may
receive the love and help they
need for a dignified life.
Service to the poor.
That Christians, inspired by the
Word of God, may serve the poor
and suffering.
When pure sincerity
forms within, it is
outwardly realized in
other peoples hearts.


- Lao Tzu,
philosopher
A
ng aton Ebanghelyo
subong nagapresentar
sang isa ka palaanggiran
nga kon sa diin si Jesus
nagasugid sang isa ka istorya
nga naghalin sa adlaw-adlaw
nga pagpangabuhi sang isa ka
pamilya. Isa ini ka ordinaryo
nga istorya nga wala na naga
kinahanglan pa sing madamo
nga paathag agud aton ini
mahangpan. Paagi sa isa ka
simple nga pamangkot ni
Jesus, Iya ginpaugyon ang mga
nagapalamati agud iya mapa
alinton ang mensahi nga iya
gusto ihatag sa ila.
Sa palaanggiran, ang duha
ka bata, ginhambalan sang
ila amay nga mag-obra sa iya
talamnan. Ang isa nagsabat nga
indi siya magkadto, pero sa wala
madugay nagkadto siya kag
Ang Palanggiran Nahanungod sa Duha ka Anak
A
ng Katilingban nga
may pag-ugyunanay,
masadya kag wala
sing tanda sang pagbinahin-
bahinay.
Amo ini ang amon
naeksperyensyahan sadtong
Domingo sang gab-i sang amon
ginbuylogan ang isa namon ka
utod sa MKK sa iya kaadlawan.
Ulolupod kami tanan, bata kag
tigulang nga nagtambong sang
pagsaulog sang kaadlawan ni
Wen, nga isa ka katapo sang
Youth Ministry. May daku ini
nga kahulugan sa kada isa sa
amon kay amon ginsaulog ang
regalo nga nagikan sa Dios, ang
hamili nga kabuhi. Gani ang
tanan malipayon!
Nangin kompleto pa gid
ang selebrasyon sang pag-
abot sang amon amay sa kalag
S
ang nagligad nga
Setyembre 20, ang lima
kapulo kag duha (52) ka
katapo sang Ministry of Readers
and Commentators kag ang
katluan kag walo (38) ka katapo
sang Ministry of Hospitality and
Ushers gin-komisyon ni Msgr.
Alejandro P. Esperancilla, ang
Spiritual Adviser.
Sa iya homiliya, nagsiling
sia nga ang tagsa-tagsa dapat
may sense of purpose or
mission in life kag ini nga
hilikuton dapat matuman sa
binubuot sang Ginoo para sa
aton. Kon gintawag kita sa
pagbantala sang Iya Pulong sa
bug-os nga katawohan bilang
mga manugbasa ukon sa pag-
abi-abi sang mga sumilimba
kag pagpatigayon sang ila
nga kinahanglan, bilang
ministers of hospitality and
ushers, dapat gid ihanda ang
kaugalingon bisan pa sa tunga
sang madamo nga kabudlayan.
Kon kinahanglan pa, aton
pili-on ang pinakamabudlay
nga tion sa pagtuman sang
aton assignment. Indi kita
magserbisyo kon may tinion
lang kita kundi ihalad ang
aton kaugalingon sa tanan nga
tion kon kinahanglan ang aton
bulig ilabi na gid kon indi aton
ministry. Magpadayon kita sa
26
th
Sunday in Ordinary Time
Ez 18:25-28
Ps 25:4-5. 6-7. 8-9
Phil 2:1-11
Mt 21:28-32
Monday, September 29
Dn 7:9-10. 13-14 or Rv 12:7-12
Ps 138:1-2. 2-3. 4-5
Jn 1:47-51
Sts. Michael, Gabriel and Raphael,
Archangels
Tuesday, September 30
Jb 3:1-3. 11-17. 20-23
Ps 88:2-3. 4-5. 6. 7-8
Lk 9:51-56
St. Jerome, Priest and Doctor of the
Church

Wednesday, October 1
Jb 9:1-12. 14-16
Ps 88: 10-11. 12-13. 14-15
Lk 9:57-62
St. Therese of the Child Jesus, Virgin
and Doctor of the Church
Thursday, October 2
Ex 23:20-23
Ps 91:1-2. 3-4. 5-6. 10-11
Mt 18:1-5. 10
The Holy Guardian Angels
Friday, October 3
Jb 38:1. 12-21; 40:3-5
Ps 139:1-3. 7-8. 9-10. 13-14
Lk 10:13-16
Saturday, October 4
Jb 42:1-3. 5-6. 12-16
Ps119:66. 71. 75. 91. 125. 130
Lk 10:17-24
St. Francis of Assisi, religious
Malipayon nga
Pagbuyloganay sang MKK
Ushers and Lectors
Commissioned
nga si Fr. Nathaniel Gentizon. Sa
pihak sang iya kakapoy sa iya mga
obligasyones sa Katedral ilabi na
gid kay Domingo, nagtambong
sia sang simple nga party nga
ginpreparar sangginikananni Wen.
Ang selebrasyon ginsuguran
sang isa ka pagpangamuyo
nga ginpangunahan ni Bro.
Meril Robles. Ang tanan nga
tumalambong mahipos nga
nagbuylog sa pagpangamuyo.
May daku ini nga epekto sanglit sa
sini nga bagay makapamalandong
ang tanan. May pagdayaw kag
pagpasalamat sa Dios sang tanan
nga grasya nga Iya ginbugay
sa amon. Nangin inspirasyon
ini kag sulundan sang tanan sa
pagpangamuyo antes magkaon.
Pagkatapos sang masadya
nga pagbuyloganay sa pagkaon,
may programa nga ginhiwat.
Masadya nga nagpasakop ang
mga bisita sa pagsaot kag pag-
amba sa video.
Huo, ang amon pagtipon-
tipon nga mga MKK indi lamang
sa adlaw-adlaw nga pagpangadie
sang Santo Rosario upod ang
Mahal nga Birhen, faith sharing
kag sa tingob nga pagsimba sa
adlaw nga Domingo sa barangay.
Nagatipon man kami nga mga
katapo sang MKK sa pagbuylog
sa amon mga kaupdanan sa oras
sang ila kalipay kag kalisdanan.
Nagabuligay kami sa mga
hilikuton agud madali matapos,
gani mamag-an kag matalunsay
ang pagpanglakaton kag
sanglit ara ang espiritu sang
pagbinuyloganay, pagbinuligay,
kag pag-isa sa pagpadayon sa
pagtuman sang Misyon.
Fe Marina S. Siacon
source: deixe-aos-mortos-o-sepultar-os-proprios-mortos
source: theconversation.com
nag-obra. Ang isa nagsabat nga
huo, pero wala siya magkadto
kag mag-obra.
Akon ginpamalandungan
ang kinalain sang sabat sang
duha ka bata. Una amo ang
paghambal (saying) kag ang
ikaduha, buhat (doing). Ano
bala ang kinalain sang sini nga
mga tinaga? Kon aton makita sa
aton kumunidad may ara nga
mga tawo nga puro lang hambal
pero wala sing binuhatan, kag
amo pa ini sila ang mga tawo
nga nagapulupakita nga mga
maayo, kaangay sing ikaduha
nga bata nga sa diin nag huo
pero wala sing binuhatan. Kon
sa mga expression pa sang mga
kabataan subong: PASALIG
AH. Pero may yara man sing
mga tawo sa aton komunidad
nga nagahipos lamang pero
naga buhat sing kaayuhan para
sa komunidad, sa masami ini
nga mga tawo gina-label pa
naton nga amo ang mga pirme
nakasala ukon mga makasasala,
o mga tawo nga simple lang kag
indi naton kon kaisa masapakan,
kaangay sang nahauna nga bata
nga bisan sa una nangindi siya
pero sang ulihi iya ginsunod kag
gin ubra ang sugo sang Amay.
Pamangkot
1. Diin sa duwa ka bata
sarang mo makita ang imo
kaugalingon?
2. Ano bala ang dapat ko
himuon agud magsanto ang
akon ginahambal sa akon
ginahimo?

Sem. Ritchell Tabanyag
Worship
Mi nis t r y
pagpangita sang oportunidad
nga makapahamuot sa Dios.
Ang pag-alagad sa Dios may
sakripisyo kag kabudlay
apang aton batunon sing may
paghigugma para sa kaayuhan
sang aton parokya.
Ginpanugyan pa ni Msgr.
Esperancilla nga dapat likawan
naton ang pagbinahin-bahinay
kag ang paghilisaay sa aton
isigkatawo kay ini nagaresulta
sang pagginamo sa aton
katilingban. Kabay pa nga ang
tanan naton nga ginsaad sa
atubang sang Mahal nga Dios
aton gid amligan kag handaan
sing may katutom paagi sa
pagpangamuyo kag pagsalig
sa Iya agud makaganyat sing
madamo nga tumuluo palapit
sa Dios.
Pagkatapos sang
commissioning, ang bag-o nga
mga opisyales sang Ministry of
Readers ginpasumpa man ni
Msgr. Esperancilla.
Alma D. Blanca
28
Karon, ano bala ini sa
inyo? May isa ka tawo nga
may duha ka anak nga lalaki.
Ginkadtuan niya ang magulang
kag ginsingganan. Toto, kadto
ka karon sa uma kag mag-
obra.
29
Nagsabat sia, Indi ako!
Pero sang ulihi nagbaylo ang
iya hunahuna kag nagkadto
sia sa uma.
30
Karon ang amay
nagkadto man sa manghod kag
sang malain nga mga babayi sa
pagsulodsa Ginhariansang Dios.
32
Kaysi JuanBautistanagkari kag
nagtudlo sa inyo sang husto nga
dalan, kag wala kamo magpati sa
iya, pero ang mga manugsukot
sang buhis kag ang malain nga
mga babayi nagpati sa iya. Bisan
pa nakita ninyo ini, wala gid
magliso ang inyo hunahona kag
magpati sa iya.
nagsiling sing amo man. Ang
bata nagsabat, Huo, Tay, pero
wala sia magkadto.
31
Diin sa ila
nga duha ang nagtuman sang
sugo sang amay?
Nagsabat sila, Ang
magulang.
Si Jesus nagsiling sa ila.
Nagasiling ako sa inyo nga
unahan pa kamo sang mga
manugsukot sang buhis kag
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PAHIBALO




COFRADIAS INVITATION
FAITH FORMATION
EDUCATION MONTHLY ASSEMBLY
WORLD MISSION SUNDAY COLLECTION
The Cofradia invites members of religious
organizations and parish ministries to join this Marian
Association. Formation sessions will be held on October
1, 2014, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Pius XII Institute.
Imposition of Medals will be on October 4, 2014 during
the 5:30 p.m. Mass.
For more information, please contact Ms. Jel Zendon
through 329-3456 at the Parish Pastoral Office.
On October 3, 10, 17 and 24, the topic for the Faith
Formation is Christology, to be discussed by Fr.
Joenick S. Territorio at La Isabelita Hall, Jaro Cathedral
Compound, 6:00 p.m.
On October 5, 2014, Sunday, the Education Ministry
will have their monthly assembly meeting at 9:00 am, La
Isabelita Hall. School and Barangay volunteer catechists,
Education sub-ministries representatives and Junior
catechists are requested to attend.

Every Sunday of the month of August to November,
the aspirants of the Jaro Parish Ministry of Altar Services
are having their regular formation from 10:30 to 11:30
in the morning. This formation session aims to prepare
them for their investiture in December.
Misa Pro Populo Sponsors/Offerers
Sept. 28 Benedicto
Oct. 5 Tabuc Suba Proper
October 12 Democracia
October 19 Simon Ledesma
October 26 San Roque
Oras sang Parokya
October 1 Bakhaw
October 8 San Roque
October 15 Benedicto
October 22 San Vicente
October 29 Tabuc Suba Ilaya

We encourage everyone to share their opinion
regarding the on-going construction project of our
Parish Convent. Kindly E-mail or Text us.
E-mail address: jarocathedral@yahoo.com.ph
Mobile Number: 09088750929
KNIGHTS OF THE ALTAR
ASPIRANTS FORMATION
BARANGAY SPONSORS
READERS OPINION


DAWN ROSARY OCTOBER 2014
5:30 AM MONDAY TO SATURDAY, 4:30 AM SUNDAY

PAROCHIAL HOUSE
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT

S
hocked by the realization that of
many of our leaders have become
the cause of our peoples problems,
a multi-talented layman businessman,
lawyer, and writer - realized that doing
business or writing books was not
enough for him to make a difference in
our country.
Before a jam-packed gathering that
overflowed from the St. John Paul II
Hall to the gardens of the Archbishops
Residence in Iloilo City, Atty. Alex Lacson
moved the audience with clear facts and
figures so that each citizen can do his
part to fight the Pork Barrel system and
the dominance of Political Dynasties.
The Archdiocese of Jaro, through
the Commission on Laity, launched
its own local endeavour in support
of the Peoples Initiative Against
Pork Barrel (PIAP) on September 19,
2014, at the St. John Paul II Hall in the
Archbishops Residence by inviting Atty.
Lacson, Chairman of the Solidarity for
Transformation Philippines, as its main
speaker and resource person.
In his talk, Lacson began by showing
in clear terms the wide gap between
the rich and the poor in our society. He
cited, among other data, the National
Statistical Coordination Boards (NSCB)
finding that 80% of the countrys
wealth is in the hands of only 5% of the
population.
While the P-Noy Administration
has been boasting of unprecedented
economic growth, Lacson asks, Who
benefitted from the economic growth in
the last seven years? Citing Dr. Cielito
Habito, a former NEDA Director and a
columnist of a national daily, the guest
speaker said that 76% of the 6.8%
growth in the economy benefitted only
the top 40 richest families.
Why then, Lacson asked, is
economic growth not enjoyed by the
poor or, in fact, by the majority of people
in the country?
Archdiocesan News
Political Dynasties and Pork Barrel are the Biggest
Corruptors of our Country PIAP convenor
The obvious answer, according to Lacson,
is too much graft and corruption fomented by
political dynasties. He estimated that there are
about 200 political families who control the
Philippine government.
Political dynasties are the biggest corruptors
in our country, Lacson said.
Political dynasties feast of Pork Barrel funds,
It is Lacsons belief that if we abolish the
Pork Barrel system, political dynasties will
considerably decrease by about 50% and we can
win back Congress to the people and be able to
pass good laws.
He cited the dismal performance of the
Legislature by citing the fact that in 2013, in spite
of having billions of pesos in its budget, Congress
passed only one law of national significance. In
2012, he said, Congress passed only four laws of
national scope, the first of which was to declare
the Malunggay as the National Vegetable!
Just to put some humor, but to clearly
illustrate the reality of our countrys depressing
state of affairs, Lacson quipped, In other
countries stealing of public funds is against the
law that, if committed, would bring
shame to the culprit and his family. In
the Philippines, stealing of public funds
is official use only or, we can add, a
family business.
Msgr. Meliton Oso, Director of Jaro
Archdiocesan Social Action Center
(JASAC), clarified that the Peoples
Initiative has no partisan political color.
It welcomes everyone or any group that
has as its interest to serve the common
good. Quoting Pope Francis, he said,
Politics, according to the social doctrine
of the Church, is one of the highest forms
of charity, because it serves the common
good.
In a note of encouragement Jaro
Archbishop Angel N. Lagdameo, who
was also present in the event, said Let
us truly be charitable and at the service
of the common good through our active
participation in gathering signatures to
enact a law against the Pork Barrel.
Fr. Mickey Cardenas
Sugod sini nga Domingo, ang aton Candle Light
nagadedikar sang isa ka page para sa proyekto sang
pagpakay-o kag pagpabakod sang aton kombento.
Sarang naton mabutang diri ang mga updates sa
construction kag donation, Readers Corner kag Fond
Memories at Jaro Convent. Keep yourselves informed
by reading this corner entitled Building Together.
On October 19, 2014, we shall celebrate World
Mission Sunday. On this occasion, we will be having
a special collection which aims to provide economic
assitance to the Universal Church, especially in the
mission territories.
World Mission Sunday envelopes are available at
the Parish office, Adoration Chapel and at the doors of
our Cathedral Church.
Please drop your donations at the designated
donation boxes marked with World Mission Sunday.
1 Wednesday Brgy. Lourdes DB and Jalandoni
2 Thursday Brgy. San Vicente
3 Friday Brgy. Luna
4 Saturday Brgy. Benedicto
5 Sunday Brgy. Democracia
6 Monday Brgy. Tabuc Suba Proper
7 Tuesday Brgy. Tabuc Suba Ilaya
8 Wednesday Brgy. Simon Ledesma
9 Thursday Brgy. Ma. Cristina
10 Friday Brgy. San Roque
11 Saturday Brgy. Arguelles
12 Sunday Brgy. Libertad-Sta. Isabel
13 Monday Brgy. Fajardo
14 Tuesday Brgy. Cuartero
15 Wednesday Brgy. Taytay Zone 2
16 Thursday Brgy. Bakhaw
17 Friday Brgy. Calubihan
18 Saturday Brgy. Taft North
19 Sunday Brgy. Desamparados
20 Monday Brgy. CC El-98
21 Tuesday Brgy. Seminario
22 Wednesday CFC and Catechists
23 Thursday OLCPC and Family for Christ
24 Friday EMHC and Adoration Nocturna
25 Saturday CWL, Ladies of Charity and MOR
26 Sunday JPYM and JPMAS
27 Monday DMI, Kof CandAdorers of the Holy Trinity
28 Tuesday Candle Light and Theotokos
29 Wednesday Apostleship of Prayer and Mother
Butlers Guild
30 Thursday Legion of Mary
Please prepare the following:
2 Image Bearers
3 Ceriales
Song/Prayer Leaders
Individual Candles
own regular formation, too, so that they
will be better equipped academically,
morally and spiritually in fulfilling their
challenging duties and responsibilities.
Our Parish Social Action Ministry
continues to respond to the needs of
our brothers and sisters especially
the to poor and the needy through its
Medical and Dental Mission, Scholarship
Program and Ministry for the Elderly.
The Parish Youth Ministry never
fails to serve the young people, too.
Right now, the ministry is spearheading
a Sports Festival which aims to lead
the young people closer to Jesus and His Church
so that they will be spared from social ills such
as drug abuse, prostitution and the like. In
anticipation of the ministrys anniversary on
October 25, they are conducting a search for the
JPYM Exemplar.
In regards to our vision of a parish which is a
communion of communities, our MKK organizers
and members of the Pastoral Secretariat never
waver in their efforts to strengthen our Basic
Ecclesial Communities in the different barangays
through regular faith sharing and formation.
We can say that side by side with our
Parochial House Reconstruction, we do not
put aside our dream to build the People of
God through our regular human resource
development activities.
See what an interesting and exciting
parish life we have! More interesting
and exciting than what we watch on
television! Let us continue to take part in
our story, the story of our journey with
and to God.
P.S. Tomorrow, Feast of the Archangels,
I will be celebrating my 33rd Birthday.
Please be one with me and my family in
thanking the Lord for the many blessings
and graces we have received from Him.
May I ask your prayers too for my holy
perseverance. May I be a priest till the end
of my life.
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Pureza D. Lacuesta
Fr. Mickey Cardenas
Fe Marina S. Siacon
Pray! Study! Achieve!
Remembering newly-declared Blessed Alvaro del Portillo
I Believe in Angels
Words from the Gospel
Prayer for the Visit of
Pope Francis to the
Philippines
Johannah Ysabel F. Balagosa
Kids
corner

R
eflecting the sentiments of people
frommore than 80 nationalities whose
lives were influenced by a holy man,
a Filipino priest said that it is out of a deep
sense of gratitude towards Bishop Alvaro
del Portillo that he and about 1,600 pilgrims
from the Philippines, including Iloilo, have
gone to Madrid, Spain, on September 27 for
his Beatification.
Alvaro del Portillo, the first successor
of St. Josemaria Escriva as head of Opus Dei,
from September 15 1975 until his death on
March 23, 1994, was beatified in Madrid, his
native city, and where he met the founder of
Opus Dei in 1935, and was ordained a priest
on June 25, 1944.
As head of Opus Dei, Alvaro del Portillo
encouraged the growth of the apostolic work
in the Philippines which, in the context of
widespread poverty in the country, included
developments in the field of technical and
skills training of men and women. The 1990s
saw in Iloilo the start of Tawili Training
Center for Residence and Institution Services
and the Dingle Family FarmSchool.
Fr. Hermes Fabio, former Chaplain of
Westbridge School and current Chaplain
of the Institute for Values and Professional
Development inIloilo, answeredthe vocation
T
he dark clouds of uncertainties are
slowly moving away from Iloilo skies,
and only a few inky drops remain to
be absorbed by the bright sparks of decency
that continue to flow night and day.
WhenAngeloRafael Nacionalista, afourth
year student fromthe Philippine Science High
School, became the Mayor of Iloilo City for a
week as part of the Rotary child celebration
of the Boys and Girls Week, he included in
his inaugural address the call that we need to
improve on our educational standards.
After a recent survey, Nacionalista said
the Philippine poles in comparison with
other Asian countries ranks third from the
bottom out of 45 countries in international
math and science.
This is a challenge to our students to
spend more time on textbooks, reference,
and other reading materials in order to
enrich their knowledge and comprehension.
From this young students point of view,
we need to pay more attention to teaching
A
s we celebrate tomorrow, September
29 the Feast of the Archangels, and on
October 2, the Feast of our Guardian
Angels, let us get to know these heavenly
beings.
Who are Archangels? Archangels are
powerful spiritual beings. They are the
highest-ranking angels in Heaven. God gives
them the most important responsibilities.
The word archangel is from Greek words
arche (ruler) and angelos (messenger)
which signifies their dual duties.
Our catechismteaches us that in Heaven,
the archangels have the honor of enjoying
time in Gods presence. They spend their
time praising God and checking with Him
often for their assignments on Earth. We
believe that the Archangels also spend time
in fighting evil, particularly St. Michael, the
head archangel who took the lead in the
battle between evil and good, victoriously
defeated Lucifer.
I believe that each one of us is assigned a
guardian angel to protect us. In a larger scale,
the archangels are sent to accomplish the task
of casting evil out. For example, Archangel
Gabriel is famous in his appearances in
delivering major messages and we believe
that he was the messenger who informed the
Virgin Mary that she will become the Mother
of Jesus Christ on Earth.
According to our studies inReligionmost
of the archangels names end with the suffix
el which means in God. Each archangels
name has a meaning that signifies their work
inthe world. St. Michael, guardianfor Sunday
is the chief of all angels and Head Minister of
God, St. Gabriel, guardian for Monday, is with
to Opus Dei as a young student in Manila in
1967. Since then he had a longing to meet its
Founder. As he recalled, I developed a holy
envy for those who knew St. Josemaria first
hand. So when the holy priest passed away
in 1975 my chronic envy reached terminal
stage.
But he said, Here is the twist. I did meet
our holy founder through another saint, his
first successor, Alvaro del Portillo.
Fabio took up advanced studies in the
International Center of Studies Rome from
1976 to 1978 and in the University of Navarra
in Pamplona, Spain, from 1978 to 1981. He
was ordained priest in 1979.
Describing those years in Rome when
he met Del Portillo more closely, For me, he
was the walking power-point presentation of
what it is to be a saint.
Recalling how Del Portillo played an
important role in his life, Fabio said, I owe
this man my sanity and my life. You will say
he is not the same person as the Founder of
Opus Dei. But I say yes, he is. This is the point
of my testimony and I believe this is what
many of us experienced with Blessed Alvaro
del Portillo.
Cardinal Angelo Amato, the Prefect for
the Congregation for the Causes of Saints,
presided over the beatification on behalf of
Pope Francis. About 300 Cardinals, bishops
and priests concelebrated in the ceremony.
For requests for prayer cards or
information on Blessed Alvaro del Portillo,
you may contact Tuburan Study Center, 49
Gen Luna St., telephone number 3370351.
You may also leave a message at <https://
www.facebook.com/TuburanStudyCenter>.













AHEAD OF YOU
ANSWERED
BELIEVED
BETTER
FATHER
FIRST
GOODNESS
JESUS
JOHN
KINGDOM OF HEAVEN
PROSTITUTES
PUBLICANS
REPENTED
REPLIED
SAME
SON
TRULY
VINEYARD
WAY
WENT
WITNESSES
J P U B L I C A N S R S U Z K
E M A S W M R P O W G P O T I
S U M C X E R U I P R F H N N
U P H N H R N T P O D D D B G
S G C T U X N T S U E J E M D
O G A C S E U T O R K T T T O
R F S M S F I Y E J T P N S M
T V E S A T F W S E N M E S O
R O E G U O S M R H U G P E F
U S X T D N R S O M C Y E N H
L O E A A A G J M N F A R D E
Y S E V I N E Y A R D X F O A
G H W U T S P T S R I F R O V
A A M G D E V E I L E B P G E
Y J R M D E I L P E R X U S N
AHEAD OF YOU
ANSWERED
BELIEVED
BETTER
FATHER
FIRST
GOODNESS
JESUS
JOHN
KINGDOM OF HEAVEN
PROSTITUTES
PUBLICANS
REPENTED
REPLIED
SAME
SON
TRULY
VINEYARD
WAY
WENT
WITNESSES
and learning.
West Visayas State University is another
educational institution that is trying its best
to enhance education by holding a regional
reading and writing conference for two days
September 24-25. There will also be a Book
Fair at the WVSU Administration Building
under the auspices of the National Book
Development Board and the Commission on
Higher Education.
These two aforementioned events show
that we are beginning to see the importance
of education in our lives. Academic
education provides a bright future for our
students and will give them a firm footing in
the future.
Is academic education or mental
development the only one we need? We
also need social education dealing with
people from all walks of life to strengthen
communities. We need health education
to make us careful in our choice of food
if sports of places of amusement. We
need education in relationships to have a
strong family foundation, loyalty, service,
generosity, and obedience.
Above all, we need a strong and steady
spiritual education, an education of the
heart that breeds love, generosity, service,
compassion, humility, and helpfulness.
We need a thorough education,
especially of the heart, to recognize the
Kingship of Christ, the Motherhood of the
Blessed Virgin and the incomparable love
and concern of God for mankind when He
gave us His only Son to die on the cross for
the remission of sin.
Let us restore the stars of faith and hope
in the skies of Iloilo. Let our government
go hand in hand with our educational
institutions, business firms, overseas
employees, small traders and form a bond
of unity and community development. Let
us remove the contagious germs of jealousy
and pride and move onward with the firm
steps of faith and devotion to God.
God of mercy and compassion, we
come to you in our need and lift up to you
our nation as we prepare for the apostolic
visit of Pope Francis.

After every invocation we say together:
Bless your Church Lord!

That we may be faithful to the Pope,
the Vicar of Christ on earth, Bless your
Church Lord!

That we may be eager to meet and
listen to Pope Francis, Bless your Church
Lord!

That we may be compassionate with
the poor and the needy, Bless your Church
Lord!

That we may be merciful with the weak
and the lost, Bless your Church Lord!

That we may humbly confess our sins
and return to God, Bless your Church Lord!

That we may frequently and devoutly
receive Holy Communion, Bless your Church
Lord!

Let us pray:

God our Father, we are all your
children. Make of us a nation of mercy and
compassion eager to meet Pope Francis.
Make us a nation of holiness and heroism
through Christ our Lord. Amen
Lord God of Hosts, Heaven and earth are full of
Your Glory. Hosanna in the highest!
Glorious servants of God surrounding the
throne of the Most High, I praise You for that
splendor with which God has adorned you so
bountifully. To you, He granted the grace to
remain faithful when Lucifer and the followers
rebelled. Implore for me also the grace to
preserve in His holy service.
Glorious hosts of the heavenly courts,
resplendent light of Gods Kingdom, protect
the Church and lead her to victory over all her
enemies. Angelic ministers of the Throne of
God, conquer all evil and lead the people of God
to victory.
Holy Archangels and all you Angels of the
Lord, intercede for us and be mindful of our
necessities (mention your petition). Make us
share in your burning zeal and glowing love
for God and His people. Help us to become
worthy messengers and true servants of God to
proclaim His holy Will, and to spread the peace
of Christ in His Kingdom. Amen.
pennant and pen assigned as Chief Custodian
of Divine Mysteries, St. Raphael, guardian
for Tuesday is the Caretaker of Gods House,
bearing bread and fish, St. Uriel, guardian
for Wednesday represents justice bearing
sword and scale, St. Sealtiel, guardian for
Thursday is the offerer of our prayers to God,
with a censer, St. Judiel, guardian for Friday
is the bearer of gifts to God, holding a bunch
of flowers, St. Baraqiel, guardian for Saturday
is the comforter of the people, bearing a child
with care.
Allowme to share with you this prayer in
their honor.
Almighty God, Creator of heaven and
earth, I praise and thank You, not only because
You have created the visible world, but also
because You have created the heavens and
called the numberless spirits into being. You
created them most splendidly, endowing them
with proper understanding and pouring out
upon them the riches of Your grace.
Now they surround Your Throne forever,
singing in jubilant accord. Holy! Holy! Holy!
BANNS
Engr. Alberto H. Yanga
Parish Secretary
FIRST PUBLICATION
KARLO M. BALLEZA, 37 yrs. old, resident of 1-B Burgos Street, Jaro,
Iloilo City, son of Edgar P. Balleza & Carmencita G. Monte and ALEXA
MARIE G. MAMARIL, 24 yrs. old, resident of #3 Tanza Timawa, Zone II,
Iloilo City, daughter of Alexander C. Mamaril & Ma. Olga E. Genson.
RAMIL M. DE PABLO, 30 yrs. old, resident of Buntatala, Jaro, Iloilo
City, son of Reyno V. De Pablo & Concepcion S. Monares and CRISTINA
MARIE D. MEDEZ, 28 yrs. old, resident of San Vicente Village, Leganes,
Iloilo, daughter of Danilo B. Medez & Ma. Elena Delea.
GLEN Y. VILLACUATRO, 27 yrs. old, resident of Brgy. Aganan, Pavia,
Iloilo, son of Gaudencio M. Villacuatro & Lucy C. Yonzon and AMOR G. LIM,
24 yrs. old, resident of Brgy. Aganan, Pavia, Iloilo, daughter of Reynante Sr.
J. Lim & Noeli E. Gumban.
SECOND PUBLICATION
MARC LAWRENCE GAW TE, 27 yrs. old, resident of 39 E. Lopez
Street, Jaro, Iloilo City, son of Benjamin Coo Gaw Te & Lai Lai Lily Wong
So and JACQUELINE V. ONG, 27 yrs. old, resident of 35 Iznart Street, Iloilo
City, daughter of Hin Cheung Que Ong & Erlinda Ong Veloso.
JOSEPH F. SALIDO, 27 yrs. old, resident of Cagban, Manocmanoc,
Malay, Aklan, son of Marcos S. Salido, Jr. & Liza M. Fornal and MYLENE P.
DEMONTEVERDE, 28 yrs. old, resident of Arguelles St., Jaro, Iloilo City,
daughter of Noel M. Demonteverde & Elizabeth C. Penuela.
CHRIST IAN G. SUMAYO, 25 yrs. old, resident of San Miguel, Iloilo, son
of Romeo A. Sumayo & Excelsa Garillos and JULIE ANN S. BENEDICTO, 26
yrs. old, resident of Imperial V, Mandurriao, Iloilo City, daughter of Robert
D. Benedicto & Chona Sandoval.
THIRD PUBLICATION
RICHARD ROY C. REGINIO, 32 yrs. old, resident of San Jose, Antique,
son of Salvador J. Reginio & Tessie Chioco and MARY GRACE P. PAULIN,
36 yrs. old, resident of Pototan, Iloilo, daughter of Ignacio C. Paulin & Elsa
P. Pari-an.
BAPTISM
Te couples below wish to contract marriage with each other. For any
impediment or serious defects that will prohibit marriage,
please inform the Parish Secretary or call 329-16-25.
MASS INTENTIONS
SEPTEMBER 28, 2014 SUNDAY
05:00 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass for Rosalinda Piamonte by
Piamonte Family
06:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass of DMI
08:00 a.m. MISA PRO POPULO
09:30 a.m. +Leon & Ney Tajanlangit, Serafin & Victoria Mal
lare, Alfredo & Corazon Hugo, Encarnacion & Maria
Clara Gonzaga, Eduardo Nuguit, Augustus Bacabac
& Luz Tajanlangit by Alice T. Mallare
12:00 n.n. +Juanito C. Chin by Chin Family
03:00 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Lorenzo Penecilla & Rev. Fr.
Nathaniel Gentizon
04:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Rogelio Florete, Sr.
& Family, Alberto Yanga & Hollero Family, Brenda
Cari-an Espulgar, Randy Lumbaning & Family, Eva
Corsino & Family, Fe Marina Siacon & Children,
Mr. & Mrs. Rodolfo Garrido & Family, Ninfa Baylen
& Family, Ma. Grace Evangelista & Family, Mr. &
Mrs. Felicito Cabrera Jr. & Children, Michelle Ann
Cordero & Family, Rosette Tayongtong & Family,
Alma Blanca & Children, Avery Blanca, Ma. Fe
Gelano, Braulia Cababasay & Family, Amelita &
Analou Enriquez Lazarraga, Connie Alenaje &
Children, Ma. Teresa Penecilla, Ma. Angeles
Legayada, Brion Emanuel Dionio, Nathan Stepan
Donato, Cayco & Rurex Families, Arnold Paul
Gonzales, Rodlee Brian Montales, Mr. & Mrs.
Crispulo Celeste Jr. & Family
06:00 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Immanuel & Ma. Theresa J.
Bartolo, Ma. Zhar Lenna J. Armishaw &
Feliciano Japitana
07:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Apostolate of OFW Families
SEPTEMBER 29, 2014 MONDAY
05:30 a.m. +Rogelio Abadonio by Leslie Jane Rosal & Family
06:00 a.m. Mass Intention for the Repose of the Souls of the
Benefactors of Jaro Cathedral
06:30 a.m. MISA REQUIEM
12:15 p.m. +Lorna Cabanilla by St. Catherine Parochial School,
Batch 1998
05:30 p.m. +Pablo, Leonor, Emalina, Rosario, Mardonio, Nora,
Nestor & All Souls in Purgatory by Hobilla Family

SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 TUESDAY
05:30 a.m. +Raul Maravilla Gonzalez, Sr. by Piamonte Family
06:00 a.m. +Rodolfo & Concepcion Madayag, Gerardo & Jose
Jereza by Norma Madayag & Family
06:30 a.m. +Dr. Mario Layson by Jose & Rose Marie Piamonte
12:15 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Freya Loren Arquion
05:30 p.m. Death Anniversary of Juana Obapial by
Emmy Obregon

OCTOBER 01, 2014 WEDNESDAY
05:30 a.m. +Steward, Ruperta, Marcial, Rodrigo, Lucia, Nida &
Rodolfo Obapial by Romeo Obapial & Family
06:00 a.m. +Federico, Virgilio, Trinidad, Dionesio, Felilia & Elsa
by Jessie Martizano
06:30 a.m. +Dr. Mario Layson by Elen Salazar
12:15 p.m. Mass Intention in Honor of St. Therese of the Child
Jesus by Ma. Teresa J. Jamili
05:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Adorers of the Holy Trinity

OCTOBER 02, 2014 THURSDAY
05:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass in Honor of Our Lady of Candles
& San Pedro Calunsod by Cesar & Cherry Geluz
& Children
06:00 a.m. +Alberto & Salvacion Gasis by Cecilia G. Ramirez
06:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Alice J. Zerrudo
12:15 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Mazie Ann Lim
by Susan Juan Tong
05:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Sheryll Ann A. Moreno

OCTOBER 03, 2014 FRIDAY
05:30 a.m. Sacred Heart Intention of Juliet Solas
06:00 a.m. Sacred Heart Intention of Marilyn Salazar &
In Memory of the Late Marcelino Florete, Sr.
06:30 a.m. Sacred Heart Intention of Rena Penecilla &
In Memory of the Late Isabel Piamonte
12:15 p.m. Sacred Heart Intention of John, Jennifer Jucaban
& Children
05:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Intention of Apostleship of Prayer &
Thanksgiving Mass of Engr. William de la Pea

OCTOBER 04, 2014 SATURDAY
05:30 a.m. Special Intention for Chrisme Patrick C. Alelis by
Hermie & Dharlane Alelis & Family
06:00 a.m. Mass Intention for the Repose of the Souls of the
Benefactors of Jaro Cathedral
06:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Theotokos Prayer Mission,
Our Lady of Candles Prayer Community Chapter
05:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Cofradia dela Nuestra Seora
dela Candelaria
SEPTEMBER 20, 2014
SOFIA ADRIENNE JUDE J. ALFONSO, ETHAN SKYE D. ANDRADA,
KRYSTAL JOY G. JAVA & JOHN PAUL A. LEGASPI
SEPTEMBER 21, 2014
QUINN JACOB CALIX A. CALUYO, JON ROLLY G. JAYME
& JAYDEN M. PERIASAMY