SVD BLOGGERS April 29, 2009Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Mission Anecdotes, Seminary Life, SVD, SVD Bloggers, SVD Jokes, SVD Philippines Centennial.
Tags: Argentina, Belgium, Botswana, Bro. Errol Torres SVD, Congo, Divine Word School of Theology, Fr. Adonis Narcelles SVD, Fr. Ariel Tampus SVD, Fr. Arnold Biago SVD, Fr. Bernard Collera SVD, Fr. Dondion Soriano SVD, Fr. Elmer Ibarra SVD, Fr. Felix Ferrer SVD, Fr. Felmar Fiel SVD, Fr. Ferdimar Faminialagao SVD, Fr. Genesis Velez SVD, Fr. Jaekel Solde SVD, Fr. Jaimelito Gealan SVD, Fr. Judy Baňez SVD, Fr. Jun Balay SVD, Fr. Michael Layugan SVD, Fr. Nonito Gallego SVD, Fr. Randy Flores SVD, Fr. Ross Heruela SVD, Frt. Abraham Ronald Borja SVD, Frt. Ferdinand Bajao SVD, Frt. Melchor Fuerzas SVD, Frt. Nelson Barbarona SVD, Frt. Ritchelle Salinas SVD, Germany, Hongkong, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Philippines, SVD
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Here is my list of SVD bloggers and they are all around the world!
Brother Errol Torres, SVD – Blog of Brothers
Fr. Adonis Narcelles, SVD – Berlin IMPRESSIONS
Fr. Ariel Tampus, SVD – Sharing the World to the World
Fr. Arnold Biago, SVD – Homilies
Fr. Bernard Collera, SVD – Reflections
Fr. Dondion Soriano, SVD – Welcome, Mga Kapuso’t Kapamilya
Fr. Elmer Ibarra, SVD – Your Mate Down Under
Fr. Felix Ferrer, SVD – Happylex
Fr. Felmar Fiel, SVD – Felmar’s Missionary Journey
Fr. Ferdimar Faminialagao, SVD – Japsaya
Fr. Genesis Velez, SVD – SVD Pinoy
Fr. Jaekel Solde, SVD – Sabaw sa Balbakwa
Fr. Jaimelito Gealan, SVD – Fr. Heart’s Domain
Fr. Judy Baňez, SVD – Judy’s Site
Fr. Jun Balay, SVD – Jun Haus
Fr. Michael Layugan, SVD – Divine Word School of Theology
Fr. Nonito Gallego, SVD – From a Distance
Fr. Randy Flores, SVD – Divine Word Seminary
Fr. Ross Heruela, SVD – Witness to the Word
Frt. Abraham Ronald Borja, SVD – Frozen Events
Frt. Feure du Nand Bajeaux, SVD – Shine!
Frt. Melchor Fuerzas, SVD – Seminary Life
Frt. Nelson Barbarona, SVD – My Home Away from Home
Frt. Ritchelle Salinas, SVD – Ritch and Pour
VINO DE HONOR July 1, 2008Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Seminary Life, SVD.
Tags: Divine Word School of Theology, Fr. Alex Muaña SVD, Fr. Antolin Uy SVD, Fr. Felix Ferrer SVD, Fr. Felmar Fiel SVD, Frt. Erwin Mejias SVD, Frt. Ferdinand Bajao SVD, Frt. Jay Baliao SVD, Frt. Severo Biton SVD
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Rectors of the Different Seminaries
Rectors Ready for the Toast
Frt. Ferdie and the SVD Postulants
Ano kaya ang tinitingnan ng mga ito?
Wala pang toast, kumain na.
The Dean and the Professors
PERPETUAL VOWS May 27, 2008Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Perpetual Vows, SVD Philippines Centennial, Vocation Story.
Tags: Divine Word School of Theology, Fr. Aris Martin SVD, Fr. Ernesto Lagura SVD, Fr. Felmar Fiel SVD, Fr. Gil Rochar Dulay SVD, Fr. Jaekel Solde SVD, Fr. Jhonatan Letada SVD, Pantas Class
Finally, together with my four classmates, we profess our Perpetual Vows last May 25, 2008, Sunday at the Holy Spirit Chapel of the Divine Word Seminary of Tagaytay. It was attended by several SVD priests, relatives, friends and guests. This year’s Representative of the Superior General in Rome and mass presider is Fr. Ernesto Lagura, SVD, who at present is a member of the Provincial Council of the SVD Southern Province.
Signing of the Documents
Perpetual profession makes one a permanent member of the congregation. That is why, we say it is already “for life.”
I would like to thank the many people behind the celebration. Thank you also to the many visitors who came. More importantly, thank you so much to all countless others who storm heaven with their prayers for me each day. Pagpalain po kayo ng Diyos! Most of all, to God, my faithful God, for this gift of vocation…
CHRISTMAS PARTY LIKE NO OTHER December 8, 2007Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Christmas, Jesus, Seminary Life.
Tags: Divine Word School of Theology, Fr. Aris Martin SVD, Fr. Gil Rochar Dulay SVD, Fr. Jaekel Solde SVD, Fr. Jhonatan Letada SVD, Frt. Pelermo Suganob SVD
It is an institution taking care of those who are victims of polio and cerebral palsy. In their directory, this statement can be seen: “Bahay San Jose is a heaven of angels who inspire others, each other’s lives and encourage everyone who comes in to reflect, see, accept and live life as it is despite its different faces.”
We sang Christmas songs to them.
We also feed them.
This woman played the organ which moved us all to tears. The song was “Somewhere in Time.” Awww, it was hauntingly beautiful.
Jose, a polio victim, was feeding his friend and housemate.
Felmar and Filmar had good time together.
This is one experience I could never forget in my whole life. Since my grade school days, I have been used to celebrating Christmas in the classroom but this time, we really went out of our classrooms and celebrated it with the lovely beautiful people who lived life to the full despite their inabilities.
Grace and peace to everyone. Have a happy Christmas!
WALKING THROUGH HELL FOR A HEAVENLY CAUSE August 16, 2007Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Seminary Life.
Tags: Divine Word School of Theology, Maggi Cup Sarap, Red Bull, San Miguel Coffee
Whoa! Exams are indeed necessary evils! For these past few days, I was out of net connection and was spending intimate moments with my notes and volumes of books. I was spending day in and day out trying to put everything in my head to be able to equip myself in our midterm examinations. Ah, I could not imagine how I went through all those head-breaking examinations, both written and oral conducted by my professors.
I always describe examinations as “walking through hell for a heavenly cause.” Studying theology is really never easy. While I studied already the week before, I still had to review until the wee hours of the morning. Thanks to Red Bull, San Miguel Coffee and Maggi Cup Sarap (No Cook Porridge), I still had the energy for the next day. Whoa! Grabe! Written exams were like running after one’s life. Oral exams were like spending ten minutes in eternity.
Hayyy, I am still here, standing tall and proud after all. Maraming salamat sa inyong mga prayers. God bless you and have a happy weekend!