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Oct.

5-11, 2014
Vol. XXII No. 40
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
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)
T
his Sundays Gospel is about the
Parable of the Tenants in the Vineyard.
The landowner referred to is God and
the vineyard is the place where all Gods
people work - the Church. The landowner
sent his servants but his workers in the
vineyard beat him. The other one was killed
and the third was stoned.
The servants represent the prophets.
For example, in the Old Testament Joseph
was thrown in a well and was sold to
slavery (Gen. 37:28); Moses never
reached the Promise Land (Dt. 34:4);
Prophet Jeremiah was imprisoned; Daniel
was thrown into a furnace and later in
a lions den; and Zechariah was stoned
(Chron. 24:21). In the New Testament,
John the Baptist was beheaded (Mt. 11:9).
John the Baptist was also considered a
prophet.
Jesus continued His parable by
speaking about the son of the landowner
whom he would send, for the earlier
servants were not well received. Finally,
he sent his son to them, thinking, They
will respect my son But beyond ones
expectation the tenants killed his son so
that they could acquire his inheritance.
Everything that is in the Parable is
happening every day. We already know
Who Jesus is, that He is our Savior, but
What Can I Give God in Return?
Fe Marina S. Siacon
almost often we openly deny Him. How?
Illegal drugs are rampant, killings are
everywhere, abortion, rape and other
illegal activities are at hand, we destroy
nature and above all, mans dignity.
We, too, rejected Jesus because we
often disobeyed Him. But despite all our
wrongdoings, He still loves us, always ready
to accept us, compassionate and loving like
our Father in Heaven.
We are the tenants! We are privileged
because God gave us great responsibility
by entrusting to us His vineyard. We are
always blessed and well-provided by graces
needed for our daily life. He gives us the
means necessary to carry out our mission.
But there will always be a time
for reckoning. God will ask us of our
accountability and we have to answer
before Him. We must deliver to Him the
produce expected of us. So, let us stop all
the foolishness! Concentrate on Him and
give gratitude for everything to Him the
fruits of Gods vineyard our life and our
love!
What will I give God in return? How
can I repay Him for His goodness to me?
As in the homily I learned from Fr.
Nathaniel Gentizon, we can repay God
through REPENTANCE, GRATITUDE, and
GOOD WORKS.
Tomorrow, October 6, is the birthday of Fr. Ronald C. De Leon, our Parish Senior
Parochial Vicar. Let us include him in our prayers and sacrifices.
CANDLE LIGHT (Oct. 5 - 11, 2014) CANDLE LIGHT (Oct. 5 - 11, 2014)
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ANG MGA SAKRAMENTO
Working with and for Jesus
On Structural Integrity
Fr. Nathaniel G. Gentizon
M
agsugod sa sining isyu sang
Candlelight akon naman hatagan sing
igtalupangod ang isa pa gid ka bahin
sang aton kabuhi sa pagtuo nga sa masunson
ginapasapayan sang kadamuan tungod kay
abi nila nahibaluan na nila ang tanan nga
dapat nila hibaluon, ukon nangin bahin na ini
sang ila matag-adlaw nga pagkabuhi kag gani
indi na kinahanglan padaluman sing pagtuon
ang mga Sakramento. Suno sa Ikaduha nga
Konsilyo Plenaryo sang Pilipinas. (PCP II)
ang mga Sakramento amo ang sentro sang
kabuhi nga Katoliko. Pareho abi nga kon wala
si Kristo, imposible nga ara ang Kristiano
nga Pagtuo, subong man, kon wala ang mga
Sakramento, wala man ang Simbahan nga
Katoliko.
Sapanugod palang, kinahanglan maathag
saaton, ukondapat ngaipaathaganay satanan
ang duha ka importante nga kamatuoran:
Halin sang una, ginatudlo sa aton nga may pito
ka mga Sakramento ang atonpagtuluohan. Ina
nga pagtulon-an, wala magkambyo pito man
gihapon ang mga Sakramento. Pero ayhan ang
wala pa mahibalu-an sang kadamuan amo
nga ining pito ka mga Sakramento ginatawag
naton nga mga Sakramento ritwal, ukon mga
sakramento nga may ila kaugalingon nga rito
sang pagselebrar.
Apang may ara pa gid nga duha ka
dalagku kag tig-una nga Sakramento sa diin
napasad ining pito ka mga Sakramento. Ang
una nga haligi nga sakramento amo si Kristo,
nga ginatawag ang Tig-una ukon Primordial
Sacrament, kag ang ikaduha amo ang
Simbahan, nga amo ang pinakapundasyon
ukon basic Sacrament. Gani, ang pito ka
mga sakramento ritwal ginakabig nga mga
A
ccompanying Him were the Twelve and
some women who had been cured of evil
spirits and infirmities (Luke 8, 1-2)
In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus allowed the
Apostles and some women not just to follow
him but also to work with and for Him.
According to St. Luke, these women were
cured of evil and infirmities. After having
been forgiven and healed, they became Jesus
followers and servants.
They are Magdala whom the Lord
exorcised; Joanna, the wife of Chuza, Herods
steward and leading official who looked after
his financial interests; Susanna and other
women, who were not only chosen to be
disciples because of leadership abilities but
also for their material riches which is helpful
for Jesus pastoral ministry.
WhenJesus allows people to be of service,
Jesus is actually giving themimportance, and
He makes themlive according to their dignity.
Jesus considers them special, trustworthy
and valuable for His ministry.
THE PASTOR SPEAKS
Msgr. Higinio C. Velarde
Fr. Philipp Neil Y. Antenor-Cruz
BUI LDI NG
TOGETHER
Share what God has blessed you with! Let us build together our Parochial House!
DONATIONS UPDATE OF THE PAROCHIAL HOUSE
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
Sept. 28 - Oct. 1, 2014
Cash on Hand-Sept. 26, 2014 578,041.45
Donation Received
Ninfa M. Baylen 500.00
Sandra Grabato 500.00
Gliziel Jones 5,000.00
Joey Jardenil 100.00
Nilda Hosillos 500.00
Lucy Ang 1,000.00
Nenita Ang 500.00
Ninfa M. Baylen 2,000.00
A Friend 5,000.00
Total Cash Donation 593,141.45
Less: Expenses for the week:
Payroll 26,263.98
Materials 33,390.60
Total Expenses 59,654.58
Cash on Hand-Oct. 1, 2014 652,796.03
aksyon ni Kristo kag sang Simbahan, kag amo
ang nagapahiusa sa aton sa kay Kristo paagi
sa gahum sang Espiritu Santo, kag amo ang
nagapasakop sa aton sa Iya Lawas nga amo
ang Simbahan.
Importante nga mahibaluan kag
mahangpan sang tanan ini nga kamatuoran
agod nga paagi sini, ang mga sakramento
mahimo pa gid nga mangin bahin sang
ila matag-adlaw nga kabuhi, kag ang mga
simbolo nga ginagamit sa pagselebrar sang
mga sakramento ma-intyendihan sa ila
kaugalingon nga kahulogan.
Ang mga sakramento amo ang mga
epektibo ngatimaansanggrasyanganagahalin
kay Kristo kag Iya gintugyan sa Simbahan, kag
paagi sini ang diosnon nga kabuhi sang grasya
nagatubo kag nagapanggamot sa sulod naton.
Ang buot silingon sang timaan sensible
sign, sa pulong nga English amo nga paagi
sa mga simbolo nga makita kag mabatyagan,
nagakatabo sa espirituhanon nga kabuhi ang
mga bunga nga tuga sining mga simbolo. May
mga simbolo nga nagatudlo sang direksyon,
kag may mga simbolo nga nagapatimaan sang
matuod nga nagakatabo.
Lima ka butang ang dapat naton tan-
awon sa mga Sakramento nga Katoliko.
Una, ini sila sakramento ni Kristo, nga amo
ang ila ginahalinan, kag ang Iya presensya,
ila ginapatimaan; ikaduha, sakramento
sang Simbahan, tungod kay ini sila iya sang
Simbahan kag para sa Simbahan; ikatlo,
sakramento sang Pagtuo nga amo ang
kondisyon agud magmangin mabinungahon
ini kag amo man ang ekspresyon sang
sini nga pagtuo; ikap-at, sakramento sang
kaluwasan, tungod kay sila amo ang bunga
kag paagi agud maagumang kaluwasan; kag
ikalima, sakramento sang walay katapusan
nga kabuhi, nga amo ang ila tinutuyo kag
ginapadulongan.
Si Kristo amo ang nagtukod sang mga
Sakramento. Ini nagakahulogan sang suod
nga pag-angtanay sa tunga ni Kristo kag sang
mga Sakramento. Kon ginasiling nga si Kristo
ang nagtukod sang mga sakramento, ini wala
nagakahulogan nga ang mga sakramento
nagsugod kay Kristo, nga daw sia ang
nagtudlo sa mga Apostoles sa pagsiling sa
ila: amo ini ang dapat mangin sakramento,
kag pito ini sila. Ang husto nga paghangop
sa ginasiling nga si Kristo amo ang nagtukod
sang mga sakramento amo nga ang tagsa
ka sakramento nga iya sang Simbahan nga
Katoliko nagaliwat sang mga buhat ni Jesus
sang Sia nagpanghikot sang Iya ministeryo
para sa katawohan diri sa duta.
*****
Akon padayunon ini nga pagpaathag sa
masunod nga mga isyu kag pagkatapos akon
man isa-isahon ang pito ka mga sakramento
suno sa ginatudlo sang Simbahan.
Nagapasalamat ako sa mga nagpadala sang
mgatext messages sadiinilaginasilingngasa
ila pagsunod sa sini nga column, The Pastor
Speaks, madamo ang ila natun-an. Amo gid
man ini ang akon tinutuyo kag kabay pa nga
padayunon ninyo ang pagbasa sini.
Sa Ebanghelyo sa sini nga Domingo,
ginahangkat kita nga magmangin
mabinungahon nga talamnan sang ubas
sang Ginuo. Matigayon lamang ini kon aton
naintyendihan ang aton ginatuohan, kag
aton ginakabuhi ang aton naintyendihan.
Fond Memories
at Jaro Parochial House
We, the St. Vincent Ferrer Seminary
Community - Priests and faculty, auxiliary
personnel, and seminarians - used to go to
the Jaro Convent for traditional Christmas
greetings or daigon. This daigon is done
every year for the parish priest. So, from
the time of Msgr. Sinto Msgr. Piamonte and
to Msgr. Gamboa, the community did with
this tradition. After the daigon snacks
were served. Then everybody sat down,
some on the floor, and listened intently
to the words of wisdom of their beloved
parish priest. The four walls of the Jaro
Convent were witness as to how precious
the seminarians were for everybody,
especially the priests, for they are the Alter
Christus who would someday be actually
serving the Parish of Our Lady of Candles!
These memories remain deep in my heart
and I enjoy reminiscing every moment of it
every nowand then!
- fmsiacon

In like manner, having been forgiven by
God constantly, we are called by Jesus to work
with Himin spreading the Good News. We are
valuable, important and trustworthy in His
eyes. Let us thank the Lord for this immense
grace of allowing us to be His collaborators
despite our shortcomings.
Likewise, we are also called to allow
others to help us. Let us not think that we
are the only ones who are good, that we dont
need others. Let us remember that Jesus, even
as He is our omnipotent God, He who can do
everything, has allowed others to work with
and for Him. We, who are human beings,
need one another more.
Do you allow others to work with you?
Do you make them feel special, competent
and trustworthy? Do you think that they find
you encouraging and inspiring or they find
you self-righteous and proud?
Let us pray that we may be like Jesus.
Merciful and humble as He is, He manifests
openness for others help and contribution.
W
hy do we need to rebuild the
Parochial House of Jaro Parish?
Is it because its look and
functionality is outdated? Is it because we
wanted to build a bigger one? Is it because
we just wanted to do it?
More than anything else, we embarked
on rebuilding our parochial house because
we have assessed it to be structurally unfit.
Years of wear and tear have caused some
structural components to have serious
conditions of disrepair. While the parochial
convent could have been used for a couple
of years more, the situation has already
become precarious.
During these past two months, we have
partially demolished the structure and
stored for safekeeping the materials we
saved which we can reuse for the project or
for the future. Having done with this partial
demolition we are now in the process of
insuring the structural integrity of the
parochial house.
New diggings of an average of five feet
were made to accommodate new concrete
columns which together with the beams
will serve us structural support for our two
story parochial house.
To date we have already made a
substantial acquisition of materials for this
phase of the project. This included mainly
cement, sand and gravel and deformed
bars. We acquired our materials through
credit from very reliable suppliers. Our
workers have also increased from ten to
twenty people.
The structural integrity of our new
Parochial House is designed by Engr. Nilo
Jardeleza. Architect Glenn Gealon oversees
the construction process.
We hope that every parishioner of
Jaro will be informed by the details of
this project for the simple reason that the
Parochial House belongs to the parish. As
we impart to you essential information on
this endeavor, we hope that the process of
making this project your own is realized.
Let us offer prayers that the project will
progress smoothly. We also appeal for
your financial assistance to help us build
the Parochial House of the Parish of Ntra.
Sra de la Candelaria our home!
CANDLE LIGHT (Oct. 5 - 11, 2014) CANDLE LIGHT (Oct. 5 - 11, 2014)
(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
RICARDO Q. FALLACORINA II
Layout Artist
SEM. RAMIL TOLENTINO
JOHANNAH YSABEL F. BALAGOSA
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CORAZON L. MAJARUCON
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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
O6 Fr. Ronald De Leon
08 Fr. Raymond Acebuque
ORDINATION
07/02 Fr. Jesus Glofel Mana-ay
11/69 Fr. Oscar Andrada
NECROLOGY
Fr. Eli Sariego (1966)
Fr. Vicente Declaro (1990)
07 Fr. Anacleto Tuban
08 Archbishop Jose Ma.
Cuenco, D.D.
09 Fr. Pedro Sedantes

Ika-27 nga Domingo sang Tuig, Oktubre 5, 2014
Mt 21:33-43
OCTOBER 2014
HOLY FATHERS PRAYER
INTENTIONS
Peace
That the Lord may grant peace
to those parts of the world most
battered by war and violence.
World Mission Day
That World Mission Day
may rekindle in every believer
zeal for carrying the Gospel into
all the world.
If you believe what
you like in the Gospels,
and reject what you
dont like, it is not the
Gospel you believe,
but yourself.
-Saint Augustine
H
alos tanan sa aton
nakakita na sang lima
ka sentimos ukon sang
dyes sentimos kag sa masami
ginakabig naton ini nga wala na
sang bili bangud wala na ini sang
sarang mabakal subong. Pero,
ini nga mga sensilyo makabulig
man gihapon sa aton kon kaisa,
paagi sa pagbayad sang aton
balayran nga nagakinahanglan
sang sensilyo, subong man nga
ang dalagku nga kantidad indi
mangin kumpleto kon kulang
sing senintimos.
Katulad man ini sa aton
nga pangabuhi. Sa masami mas
ginapasulabi naton ang mga
butang nga may daku nga bili
kag ginapabay-an ukon ginabale
wala sa aton panan-awan ang
magagmay kag wala sing bili.
Sa aton nga Ebanghelyo
ang mga tawo nga gintugyanan
indi gusto maghatag sang
Ang Palanggiran Nahanungod sa mga Agsador sa Talamnan sang Ubas
S
ang Setyembre 18, 2014
ginsuguran ang siyam ka
adlaw nga novena kay
San Lorenzo Ruiz sa kada alas
5:30 sa hapon. Dungan man
sini ang pagpakay-o sang mga
guba nga bahin sang Kapilya
kasubong sang atop, kisame
kag gutter agud mahingagaw
para sa fiesta. Sa grasya sang
Dios, napatigayon man ang
pagpakay-o sang kapilya sa
pihak sang kakulang sang
pundo. Nangin mabakod ang
amon pagtuo nga matigayon
gid ang tanan nga mga
kinahanglanon sa bulig sang
mahal nga Dios .
Sang mag-umpisa na solicit
ang Barangay Apostolic Council
WESTFY officers, nabatyagan
gid namon ang kamag-an,
kahapos kag kadaku nga
suporta sang mga pumuluyo
sang Brgy. Cuartero. Wala sing
nagabalibad nga maghatag
sang ila bulig para makaayo ang
amon kapilya. Ina nga pagsalig
A
ng mga kabarangayan
nga nagpanglakaton
padulong sa Jaro
Cathedral sang nagligad nga
Setyembre 21, 2014 amo ang
mga masunod: Brgy. Fajardo
nga ginpasakupan sang mga
katekistas kag kabataan Ms.
Bergitta Mandario, Eufemia
Villanueva, Glenda Tiel, Caridad
Jardiolin kag Milagrosa Aguda;
Brgy. Cuartero nga amo sanday
Corazon Majarucon kag Silda
Jaleco; kag Brgy. Taytay Zone
II nga amo sanday Magdalena
Diasnes, Araceli Paredes kag
Cherry Tongol.
Ang mga kabataan
nga nagabuylog sa
catechism classes sa ila
barangay,malipayon nga
naglakat padulong sa Jaro
Cathedral sa pihak sang mga
kabudlayan. Suno sa isa ka
katekista nga nagpaambit man
27th Sunday of the Ordinary
Times
Is 5:1-7
Ps 80:9, 12, 13-14, 15-16, 19-20
Phil 4:6-9
Mt 21:33-43
Monday, October 6
Gal 1:6-12
Ps 111:1-2, 7-8, 9, 10
Lk 10:25-37
St. Bruno, Priest
Tuesday, October 7
Gal 1:13-24
Ps 139:1-3, 13-14, 14-15
Lk 10:38-42
Our Lady of the Rosary
Wednesday, October 8
Gal 2:1-2, 7-14
Ps 117:1, 2
Cor 5:20 6:2
Lk 11:1-4
Thursday, October 9
Gal 3:1-5
Lk 1:69-70, 71-72, 73-75
Lk 11:5-13
St. Denis, Bishop, & Companions,
Martyrs
St. John Leonardi, Priest
Friday, October 10
Gal 3:7-14
Ps 111:1-2, 3-4, 5-6
Lk 11:15-26
Saturday, October 11
Gal 3:22-29
Ps 105:2-3, 4-5, 6-7
Lk 11:27-28
San Lorenzo Ruiz, Ginpadunggan
sang taga-Barangay Cuartero
Barangay Weekend
Catechesis Pilgrimage
akon gid ginapasalamatan kay
nahuman gid ang amon proyekto
kay bisan paano nakatipon gid
man kami sing pundo.
Sang Setyembre 27, Sabado,
alas 10:00 sang aga, ginhiwat
ang Santos nga Misa nga
ginpanguluhan ni Msgr. Higinio
Velarde, Kura Paroko. Sa amo
man nga adlaw madamo gid
ang nakibot sa pagbag-o sang
amon kapilya ilabi na nga bag-o
ini napintahan. Matinlo kag
matahum lantawon ang palibot
sa sulod kag gwa sang kapilya.
Ang blessing pagahiwaton sa
bulan sang Oktobre. Madamo
man ang nakigbahin sa prosesyon
palibot sa barangay tubtub sa Jaro
Cathedral. Ini ginpangunahan
sang amon Reyna nga si Emerald
Jean Majarucon kag iya konsorte
nga si Renzo Louis Lapidante.
Makita ang kalipay sa
nawong sang mga pumuluyo.
May panyaga nga ginhanda para
sa tanan nga sumilimba kag mga
bisita. Pagkatapos sang Misa,
ginpasalamatan ang tanan
nga mga opisyales sang BAC
WESTFY. Nagabinuligay kag
nagaobra kami nga may pagtuo.
Ginapasalamatan ko man ang
tanan nga mga opisyales sang
barangay nga sanday Brgy.
Kapitan Marietta Orleans, mga
katapo sang MKK, kag ang
tanan nga nagbulig agud ang
amon kapiestahan mangin
madinalag-on, mabinungahon
kag madinuagon.
May ginpatigayon man
nga parada sang hapon bilang
kabahin sang pagsinadya sang
mga kabataang atleta. Sa gab-i
may ginhiwat nga Night of
Laughter.
Kabay nga sa aton
pagdebosyon kay San Lorenzo
Ruiz, mangin maisog kita sa
pihak sang mga pagtilaw sang
aton kabuhi, kag may mapag-on
nga panindugan agud mangin
tampad gid nga Kristiano tubtub
sa katapusan.
Corazon L. Majarucon
nagakadapat ihatag nga parte
sang ani sa tag-iya sang uma,
kag sa baylo ila ginbakol kag
ginpamatay ang mga ginpadala
sang tag-iya.
Ang Ginuo nagahangkat
kag naga-agda sa aton sa
pagpamalandong sang
importansiya sang pangamuyo
kag pagpasalamat sa aton
kabuhi. Sa kada adlaw sang aton
kabuhi, kita nagabaton sang
madamo nga mga bugay gikan
sa Ginoo, kag bilang tanda sang
aton pagpasalamat nagakadapat
lang nga balusan naton ini
sang pagpangamuyo sang
pagdayaw kag pagpasalamat.
Sa masami nagakalipat kita
sa pagpasalamat kag mas
ginapasulabi pa naton ang
pagpangayo sa Ginoo. Ang
aton nga pangamuyo sang
pagpasalamat mangin sandigan
sang aton relasyon sa aton
Ginoo. Ginahimo naton ini nga
pangamuyo sa Iya para sa aton
kaayuhan. Sa pagpangamuyo
naton sang pagpasalamat aton
ginakilala kag ginabaton nga
ang tanan halin sa Iya kag kita
nagadepende sa Iya para sa
aton mga kinahanglanon. Gani
magkanta kita sang himno sang
pagdayaw kag pagpasalamat sa
aton Ginoo sa kada-adlaw sang
aton kabuhi.
Pamangkot
1. San-o bala ang ulihi mo
nga pangamuyo nga
nagpasalamat ka sing
sinsero sa Dios?
2. Ginapangamuyuan mo man
bala ang kaayuhan sang
iban nga tawo, ilabi na gid
ang mga nagapangamuyo
para sa imo?


Education
Mi nis t r y
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Si Jesus nagsiling,
Pamatii ninyo ang isa pa ka
palaanggiran: may isa ka tag-iya
sang talamnan nga nagpatanum
sang ubas. Iya ini ginkudalan
palibot, nagpakutkot sia sing
buho para pulogaan sang
ubas kag nagpatindog sia
sing mataas nga balantayan.
Iya ini ginpaagsahan kag
nagpanglakaton.
34
Sang tion
na sa pagpamupo sang ubas,
ginpadala niya ang iya mga
suloguon sa mga agsador
sa pagkuha sang iya parti.
35
Gindakop sang mga agsador
ang iya mga suloguon: ang isa
ginbunal nila, ginpatay ang isa,
kag ang isa pa gid ginbato nila.
36
Liwat iya ginpakadto ang iban
niya nga mga suloguon nga
madamo pa sang sa nahauna,
kag amo man ang ginhimo
sang mga agsador sa ila.
37
Sa
katapusan ginpadala niya sa
ila ang iya anak. Nagasiling
sia, Tahuron gid nila ang akon
anak.
38
Pero sang pagkakita
sang mga agsador sang anak,
nagsinilingay sila, Amo ini ang
manunubli. Dali kamo, patyon
naton sia, kag mangin aton
ang iya palanublion!
39
Gani
gindakop nila sia, ginhaboy sa
gwa sang talamnan sang ubas,
kag ginpatay.
40
Nagpamangkot si Jesus,
Karon, kon mag-abot ang tag-
iya sang talamnan, ano ang
iya himuon sa sadtong mga
agsador?
41
Nagsabat sila, Pamatyon
gid niya ining malain nga
mga tawo nga wala sing luoy-
luoy, kag ipaagsa niya ang iya
talamnan sa iban nga mga
agsador nga magahatag sa
iya sang iya parti sa tagsa ka
patubas.
sang iya eksperiensya sa iya klase,
iya natalupangdan nga may mga
kabataan nga nagakinanahanglan
man sang bulig materyal kasubong
abi sang mga panapton, tsinelas
kag sapatos. Gani sa pagsabat sini
nga kinahanglanon nagtinguha
man sia nga mahatagan ukon
mapabayuan ang mga kabataan
nga ila ginatatap magluwas
sa pagbulig sa ila kabuhi
espirituhanon. Ginapasalamatan
gid ang mga ginikanan sa ila
pagsuportar, ilabi na gid sa ila
pagpanglakaton upod sa ila
tagsa ka kabataan.
Ang iban nga mga barangay
nga magapanglakaton sa
National Shrine of Our Lady of
Candles amo ang mga masunod:
Barangay Tabuc Suba-Ilaya,
Tabuk Suba-Proper, San Vicente,
Democracia, Calubihan, San
Roque, Desamparados, Taft
North (Buhang) kag Benedicto.
Lalaine D. Pasquin
source: blackandmarriedwithkids.com
42
Si Jesus nagsiling sa ila,
Wala bala ninyo mabasahi ang
ginasiling sang mga Kasulatan?
Ang bato nga ginsikway
sang mga manunokod
Nangin pamakod nga bato.
Ang Ginoo amo ang
naghimo sini,
Daw ano ini ka
makatilingala!
43
Si Jesus nagsiling pa gid,
Gani nagasiling ako sa inyo, ang
Ginharian sang Dios kuhaon sa
inyo, kag ihatag sa mga tawo nga
magapatubas sang nagakaigo
nga mga bunga.
source: doubleportioninheritance.blogspot.com
Sem. Ramil Tolentino
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PAHIBALO


FAITH FORMATION
WORLD MISSION SUNDAY COLLECTION
On October 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.

Every Sunday, 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
October 5 Tabuc Suba Proper
October 12 Democracia
October 19 Simon Ledesma
October 26 San Roque
Oras sang Parokya
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
5:00 AM MONDAY TO SATURDAY, 4:30 AM SUNDAY

MISA REQUIEM KAG RESPONSO
ENVELOPES


CBCP News
Popes Visit Reminder of True Tuwid na Daan
Pope Francis: Am I Happy with the Qualities that God
Gave Me or Am I Envious of Others?
Tungod kay malapit na lang ang Fiesta Minatay, sugod
sini nga Domingo sarang kamo makakuha sang envelopes
para sa Misa Requiem ukon Responso sa Parish Office
kag Adoration Chapel. Pagkatapos ninyo butang sang
mga ngalan sang inyo mga minatay, ihulog lang ang inyo
envelopes sa aton mga boxes nga ginatalana para sa sina
nga tinutuyo. Madamo gid nga salamat!
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.
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 designate people who will have special responsibilities:
2 Image Bearers
3 Ceriales Bearers
Song/Prayer Leaders
Please bring candles individually.
M
ANILA, Oct. 2, 2014 Pope
Francis visit to the country in
2015 is a note for the faithful to
retrace or stay on the track of the true
Tuwid na Daan (right path), a nun in
the military and police ministry said in a
recent interview.
The Pontiffs meeting with Filipino
believers, which is a rare opportunity,
should remind them of the way of
Christ, of feeding the hungry, healing the
sick and comforting the troubles, said Sr.
Gloria V. Felix, FSP, who is also translator
of Italian texts for the Daughters of St.
Paul.
Compassion not publicity
The true Tuwid na Daan is also
about compassion and truth, not
publicity and political advantage, she
stressed.
That is the true Tuwid na Daan.
Christ exemplified it in the Scriptures,
Felix added.
Everyone should listen to the Holy
Father, who is Christs representative
and successor of St. Peter, she said. He
is the shepherd and we are the sheep.
The Pope is representing Christ,
who is the only way, Felix said. We
should listen to the shepherd so we can
follow the course he is leading us on.
As Christ representative, Pope
Francis will see during his visit if the
sheep are fed well, physically and
spiritually, Felix said.
Thats why he is going to areas in
Visayas hit by Yolanda, whose people
need most the shepherd as yet, she said.
Economic growth for the poor
O
ctober 1, 2014. 35,000 pilgrims
flocked to St. Peters Square to
listen to Pope Francis during his
General Audience.
The Pope spoke about the charisms
within the Church. He explained that
they are qualities that God gives to
people so that they may be used serving
in others.
The Pope humorously warned that
no one can discover their charism on
their own.
Many times we hear these people
who say, No, I have this quality, I can
sing well. And nobody has the courage
to tell them, Look, its better if you be
quiet. Because hearing you sing tortures
us. No one can say I have this charism.
One knows their charism, he
continued, when other people recognize
The nun also said the reported economic
growth should be felt by the poorest of the
poor.
Felix pointed to the fact that Filipinos are a
hospitable people, but many are left living an
undignified life due to poverty.
Their privation is worsened by crooked
politicians and their cabals, who pocket billions
of money that is supposed to ease the living
condition of the poor, she said.
The nun, who has been in military ministry
since the Marcos years, also called on people to
speak out against corruption.
The first law of creation is order.
Both the people and leaders should
adhere to and uphold it, she noted.
According to the nun, this means
that a nations wealth, which is Gods,
should feed the hungry, heal the sick, and
shelter the homeless.
Pope Francis visit will be the third
time a Pontiff will visit the Philippines.
(Oliver Samson)
it. Pope Francis added that once it is identified, it
is best to ask yourself three questions.
If there is a charism in me? Has the Church
recognized this charism? Am I happy with my
charism or am I a bit jealous of the charism of
others and want theirs? No, the charism is a gift.
For those Christians who cannot discern
what their charism is, Pope Francis recalled the
example of St. Therese of Lisieux. He explained
that this saint wanted to have them all, until she
discovered that only one was important.
She went to pray and felt that her charism
was to love. And she said this beautiful quote: In
the heart of the Church I will be love. And we all
have this charism.
At the end of the Audience, the Pope greeted
the 9,000 pilgrims who visited Rome to give
thanks for the beatification of lvaro del Portillo.
He also greeted the current Prelate of Opus
Dei, Bishop Javier Echevarra. Romereports.com
Sr. Gloria V. Felix, 79, FSP, translator of Italian texts to English, spends time with Pasay City police and other officers
during an event. (Photo: Daughters of St. Paul)
source: www.people.com
Vatican News
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Pureza D. Lacuesta
Elenita G. Java
Lets Move Nearer to God
A Brief Review on Sacred Places, Sacred Times
Tagdala
sang Gugma
(Ginahalad sa Tanan
nga mga Katekista)
Meril E. Robles
Words from the Gospel
Johannah Ysabel F. Balagosa
O
ur sessions in Sacramental Law were
concluded with the special topic
on sacred places and times. Our
professor, Fr. Joenick S. Territorio, JCD gave
us a clear summary of sacred places as well
as sacred times.
He explained to us that Sacred places
are those which are assigned to divine
worship or to the burial of the faithful
by the dedication or blessing which the
liturgical books prescribe for the purpose.
(Can. 1205)
Sacred Places are blessed by the
Ordinary, but the blessing of Churches
is reserved to the diocesan bishop. Both
may, however, delegate another priest for
the purpose. (Can. 1207) An ordinary is a
Church official, an archbishop or a bishop
or his deputy.
Sacred Places listed in the Code of
Cannon Law include churches, oratories,
private chapels, cemeteries altars and
shrines. These places were designated
exclusives for divine worship, for the faith
and for burial. The word sacred simply
denotes something that is set apart.
The Church as a sacred place means a
sacred building intended for divine worship
in which the faithful have right to access for
the exercise of divine worship (Can 1214).
All the Catholic faithful can avail of all the
Sacraments in the Church, such as Baptism,
Confirmation, Matrimony, Eucharist,
Penance or Confession, Anointing of the
Sick, Ordination of Holy Orders.
Oratories are sacred places smaller
than the church wherein the faithful can
receive or avail of the Sacraments, but
not all. Example of oratories St. Vincent
Ferrer Seminary, Dominican Sisters
Motherhouse.
A Shrine is a church for numerous
faithful and pilgrims for special devotion.
A shrine has to fulfill some basic elements
for enshrinement. In the shrine, the priest
may be given the special privilege or the
faculty appropriate only to the bishop. The
Jaro Metropolitan Cathedral is elevated to
the level of the National Shrine of Our Lady
of Candles.
Chapels are sacred places and fitting
places for worship other than the parish
and cathedral church. These are attached
to the schools, colleges or private houses.
There is a limited use for public worship.
An altar for the Catholic Church is
Inspirasyon sang kadam-an
Katekista gatudlo sa mga kabataan
Panahon nga mainit
kag bisan naga-ulan
Galakat pakadto sa eskwelahan.
Lenguahe sang gugma amon dala
Sa mga bata, ginikanan , mga
maestro kag mga maestra
Subong man sa kaupod
nga mga katekista
Sa Dios nagikan ang grasya.
Masabad nga mga bata
kami nagapasensya
Agud makatudlo nga
may paghigugma
Ginbaton kag ginhakus
apostolado ta
Bokasyon naghalin sa Dios
nga Tagtuga.
Pag-abot sa eskwelahan kon aga
Mga bata nagayapa-yapa
Nga makita mapinalanggaon
nga mga katekista
O Dios, salamat sa grasya
nga kami ginpadala.
Puno sang pagtuo kag
pagsalig sa Imo kaalwan
Kinahanglanon namon
sa Imo ginatugyan
Kabay nga Imo kami ubayan
Tagdala sang Imo gugma
sa mga kabataan.
B
efore I proceed with my article, I
would like to greet Fr. Nathaniel
Gentizon with a very Happy
Birthday. This could have been said last
September 28, but I was not able to reach
him even if I attempted to do so by phone
and by cellphone. May your service to the
Lord bring more people to God and God to
all His people!
The waning days of September had
wonderful results in Balabag, Pavia. Hon.
Marina Subesa, head of the barangay
Senior Citizens organization and
organizer, Andresito S. Juvilla, invited us
to a conference, to discuss the problems
of the elderly and to plan projects and
activities for the improvement of the
Senior Citizens. What made it more
touching was the celebration of the
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass before the
meeting officiated by Fr. DB Ray Badoya,
the assistant Parish Priest of Pavia. His
homily was touching and very timely.
He mentioned the fact that we need to
improve morally and spiritually. Although
we need a strong economy, clean and
healthful environment, academic
knowledge and intelligence in all forms,
a sacred table on which bread and wine
are consecrated. It is where the Passion,
Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ
is commemorated, remembered and
officiated. An altar reminds us of the
redeeming and saving power of God, and
His great love for us.
A Catholic cemetery is a sacred place
where the body of the dead faithful is
buried. Internment place in Memorial
parks need to be blessed or dedicated to
make it sacred.
Sacred Times are those times set apart
in which the astonishing actions of the
Savior God are commemorated in order
to give God thanks and perpetuate their
remembrance throughout all generations
(Catechism, nos. 1163, 1164). The Sacred
Times in the Catholic Church is divided into
Feast Days and Days of Penance.
The Feast Days are days of celebrations
and festivals characterized by cheer, joy,
merriment and abundance. These include
all Sundays of the Year, Nativity, Motherhood
of Mary, Epiphany, Immaculate Conception,
Assumption, Corpus Christi, Ascension,
Feasts of St. Joseph, Feast of Peter and Paul
and All Saints Day.
The Days of Penance include all Fridays
of the Year. There is need for fasting, prayer
and almsgiving.
Fourteen years old and above are
expected to observe abstinence from meat
every Friday in the whole year. Eighteen to
Fifty Nine years old are to observe fasting,
that is one full meal a day, with lessened
food intake for other meals.
However, according to Fr. Joenick those
who are seriously sick and their watchers
and caretakers are not required to fast.
The promulgation of all our sacred
places and sacred times are supported by
Church doctrines and dogmas which can be
verified and attested as to their authenticity.
Thank you to all our previous speakers
and professors who have shared with us
their knowledge, wisdom and expertise
on the different topics assigned to them in
the Parish Faith Formation Program. Our
grateful acknowledgement to Rt. Rev. Msgr.
Higinio C. Velarde, Fr. Ronald C. De Leon,
Msgr. Alejandro P. Esperancilla, Fr. Joenick
S. Territorio, Fr. Nathaniel Gentizon, Fr. Rey
Zerrudo, Fr. Midyphil Billones, Fr. Ian Niel
Llona and Fr. Dennis Batacandolo.
More power and God bless us all!
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we still need more to be near the Lord
at all times and in all places, because our
soul is more important than our body. Fr.
Badoya spoke of values in a very practical
manner which everybody understood.
After the Mass and election of officers,
the people moved about, confirming
the event, and made it clear that in later
activities, there must always be a Mass to
precede all other events. I was happy and
I thanked God that the spirituality of the
people had grown.
When I reached home, my grandson
who was in Don Benito Hospital caring
for his bed-ridden mother was waiting
for me. He was smiling. Good news Lola,
Mama has no more cancer. Her diabetes is
also almost cured. What medicine was
given to her? Your prayers, Lola. Didnt
we ask you to pray to God the Father for
her recovery?
A lump developed in my throat. I went
to the icon of God the Father, touched His
feet, and said my prayer of thanksgiving. I
have been praying for Evelyn for one week
and now, shes healed. She will soon be
released from the hospital.
The last week of September was an
eye-opener. We need prayers. We need
religious activities if we want to improve
our lives.
I broached the idea of conducting
value-formation seminars for community
development and most of them liked my
suggestions. There is an unfinished chapel
near the Providence subdivision, and if
my strength permits, I shall do my best to
make it a project of the senior citizens.
October is the month of the Holy
Rosary and also of the Kingship of Christ.
Let us use our Rosary beads as the stairway
to Heaven, and the crown of Jesus to light
us on our journey.
The world is only our temporary
residence, rich or poor, high or low, life
is passing. Let us gather rosebuds while
we may; the rosebuds of virtues that
will make our soul clean and white. Let
us all develop a community of love and
brotherhood, lending a hand where help
is needed sowing the seeds of Christian
brotherhood; pulling out the weeds of envy
and pride; creating a vine of temperance
and righteousness; living as Christians in
Capital letters.
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BANNS
Engr. Alberto H. Yanga
Parish Secretary
FIRST PUBLICATION
BLAS PAUL S. PERERO, 30 yrs. old, resident of Fajardo Ext.,
Jaro, Iloilo City, son of Paulino V. Perero & Teresa C. Sorial and TZIETEL
GERALDINE L. ALQUISADA, 29 yrs. old, resident of Tabuc Suba, Jaro, Iloilo
City, daughter of Romeo P. Alquisada & Ma. Lourdes M. Llanora.
JOHNEL C. BAYONETA, 27 yrs. old, resident of Taft North,
Mandurriao, Iloilo City, son of Nelson Bayoneta & Johnette Calopez and
ELLYN G. JUEN, resident of Brgy. Fabrica, Sagay City, Negros Occidental,
daughter of Rogelio Juen & Marilyn Gumban.
SECOND 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.
THIRD 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.
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
OCTOBER 05, 2014 SUNDAY
05:00 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass for Leonarda Chua
by Chua Family
06:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Mother Butlers Guild
08:00 a.m. MISA PRO POPULO
09:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Couples for Christ
12:00 n.n. Thanksgiving Mass for Precious Luzianne Patio
Jardeleza by Malvar Jardeleza
03:00 p.m. +Ernesto, Natividad, Leonardo & Nelde Custodio,
Resurrecion & Eleonor Paramosa, Ronaldo Baido &
Naida Marao by Custodio & Sinosa Families
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; Anna
Shiela Moreno; Rosette Tayongtong & Family;
Alma Blanca & Children; Avery Blanca;
Ma. Fe Gelano; Braulia Cababasay
& Family; Amelita & Analou Enriquez Lazarraga;
Connie Alenaje & Children; Nenth Howgiroed;
Sarina Pratt, Nemelyn, Porisema, Eduardo
Medianero & Evelyn Dangautan; Mr. & Mrs.
Crispulo Celeste, Jr. & Family; Lorenz Mavis
Japitana; Jelly Jay & Children; Allyne Manzano,
German Guerra & Children and Special Intention
of Ma. Fionna Vito; Rowena Nguyen & Family;
Marvin Mandin; Maribel Laude; Oscar Jamayo &
Joseph Beltran Jamayo; Olivia Katipunan, Marie
Therese Lavente
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 Family for Christ Association
OCTOBER 06, 2014 MONDAY
05:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Rosette Tayongtong & 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. +Gil S. Jamili, Jr. by Agnes P. Jamili
05:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Patricia Anne Puelan Barrido
for Passing the NCLEX by Merlina M. Puelan

OCTOBER 07, 2014 TUESDAY
05:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Rosette Tayongtong & Family
06:00 a.m. +Pablo Orian by Mr. & Mrs. Rogelio Florete, Sr.
& Family
06:30 a.m. +Eduardo Jaena by Elen Salazar
12:15 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Ken M. Ofilan
05:30 p.m. +Ahmira Iris Cario by Warlita Salmorin

OCTOBER 08, 2014 WEDNESDAY
05:30 a.m. +Wilfredo Salarda by Lani Salarda
06:00 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Rosette Tayongtong & Family
06:30 a.m. +Gregorio & Dorotea Mandario
by Arletta S. Mandario
12:15 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Frederick Ferancullo
05:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Primitiva Tanarte

OCTOBER 09, 2014 THURSDAY
05:30 a.m. +Ireneo Palmejar by Mr. & Mrs. Bernardo Porquez
06:00 a.m. +Ireneo Palmejar by Lucy Ang
06:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Mass of Ma. Theresa S. Rivera
by Elen Salazar
12:15 p.m. +Remedios Celiz by St. Elizabeth of
Hungary Kinder School
05:30 p.m. +Medencio Cebujano by Iloilo Doctors
College -TVET

OCTOBER 10, 2014 FRIDAY
05:30 a.m. +Francisca C. Saludes by Saludes Family
06:00 a.m. +Remedios Celiz by St. Elizabeth of
Hungary Kinder School
06:30 a.m. Mass Intention for the Repose of the Souls of the
Benefactors of Jaro Cathedral
12:15 p.m. +Co Sun Ti by Chua Family
05:30 p.m. +Ireneo Palmejar by Penecilla Family

OCTOBER 11, 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 Sanctification & Good Health
of All the Priests in the Archdiocese of Jaro by Mr. &
Mrs. Rogelio Florete, Sr. & Family
06:30 a.m. +Remedios Celiz by St. Elizabeth of
Hungary Kinder School
05:30 p.m. +Jesusa Santiago & Evelina Isada
SEPTEMBER 27, 2014
SICNARF JHON F. COLOMEDA, LOVAINE A. CRUZ,
SAMANTHA GAIL L. GELLO-ANI & SEAN LUKE C. ROBLES
SEPTEMBER 28, 2014
IVAN DRAKE BELARMINO, KEILEB C. DUMAGO,
JOHN NATHANIEL A. GANGE & CHRISTIAN JADEN C. JACAR

OCTOBER 01, 2014
ADULT BAPTISM
RAVIN T. BARRETTO & VEEJAY P. BORRES