First Tech4ED Center in the Sacred Heart Parish Shrine, Kamuning

Photo Credit: Tech4ED Centers FB Page

The first Tech4ED center in the Sacred Heart Parish of Kamuning is launched today, April 12. This initiative aims to bring the benefits of ICT and introduce the Department of Information and Communications Technology – DICT Tech4ED Project in the religious sectors.

Photo Credit: Tech4ED Centers FB Page

 

The Technology for Education, Employment, Entrepreneurs, and Economic Development (Tech4ED) Project evolved  from the Philippine Community eCenter Program,  a national digital inclusion initiative establishing eCenters that provide critical e-government and  ICT-enabled services in  communities with minimal or no access to information and government services.

 

This initiative was the government’s  response to the World Summit on Information Society Plan of Action of which the Philippines  was a signatory which states that “ Governments and other stakeholders should establish multi-purpose community public access points, providing affordable or free-of-charge access for their citizens to the various communication resources, notably the internet.”

Photo Credit: Tech4ED Centers FB Page

 

Arnold Janssen Catholic Mission Foundation, Inc. (AJCMFI) is a non-profit organization which aims to promote the ideals and goals of the Department of Education’s Alternative Learning System (ALS) initiatives in the ALS centers in the country.

 

Photo Credit: Tech4ED Centers FB Page

 

The Ceremonial Memorandum of Agreement Signing and Center launching was led by Tech4ED Project Manager Maria Teresa Magadia Camba, Asst. project Manager Amelia Dean and Rev. Father Jerome Marquez, the parish priest of the Sacred Heart Parish of Kamuning.

Photo Credit: Tech4ED Centers FB Page

The parish was erected on October 1, 1941 and Fr. Theodore Buttenbruch, SVD was installed the first parish priest.

 

 

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Free Week-long Bible Study

In view of the National Bible Month and its Annual Fiesta,

the Shrine of Jesus, the Divine Word would like

to invite everyone for a week-long

BIBLE STUDY

to be held at the Shrine Church, inside Christ the King Mission Seminary

E. Rodriguez Sr. Blvd. Avenue, Quezon City

From January 22-26, 2018

7 pm after the 6 pm weekday Holy Masses.

Check out the poster below for more details.

 

 

Communicating Climate Change

Communicating Climate Change

 

COMMUNICATING CLIMATE CHANGE: Inviting you all a forum on Media and Environment at the Titus Brandsma Center (24 Acacia Street, New Manila Quezon City) this coming March 31, 2017 from 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm. Admission is FREE! Registration starts at 12:30 pm. For more inquiries, call 726-6054 or text 0995-9944-285.

 

Speakers:

  1. Prof. Ruth Guzman (Chairperson of the Philippine Association of Tertiary Level Educational Institutions in Environmental Protection and Management

 

  1. Atty. Mary Ann Lucille Sering (Former Vice-Chairperson of the Climate Change Commission)

 

  1. Prof. Crispin Maslog (Chairperson of Asian Media Information and Communication Center Inc.)

 

  1. Fr. Dexter Toledo (Chairperson of Ecological Justice Interfaith Movement)

 

 

Christ the King House of Spirituality (Freinademetz Center)

The former Finnemann building inside the Christ the King Mission Seminary is now named Christ the King House of Spirituality (Freinademetz Center). It was blest and inaugurated last February 24, 2017. Fr. Nielo Cantilado, SVD, the outgoing Provincial Superior of the SVD Philippines Central Province, presided the blessing.

 

 

This new center is open for spiritual retreats and recollections, worship meetings and conferences, and many other religious activities. It is located inside the compound of Christ the King Mission Seminary, E. Rodriguez, Sr. Ave., Quezon City.

 

Photo and Text Credit: Fr. Ronald Rey Espartinez, SVD

Photo and Text Credit: Fr. Ronald Rey Espartinez, SVD

 

Fr. Nielo Cantilado, SVD

Fr. Nielo Cantilado, SVD

 

SVD Missionaries and Friends were present

SVD Missionaries and Friends were present

 

Facade of the Building

Facade of the Building

 

 

Rooms

Rooms

 

Multi-Purpose Room

Multi-Purpose Room

 

Chapel

Chapel

 

Session Rooms

Session Rooms

 

Comfort Room

Comfort Room

 

Terrace

Terrace

 

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

 

Session Room

Session Room

 

Session Room

Session Room

 

This building used to be the residence for the associate (young professionals), first year and second college seminarians of the Divine Word Missionaries. Today, the community of seminarians stays at the Buttenbruch Building of the Christ the King compound.

 

 

We thank the following SVD educational Institutions in the Central province for sponsoring the new house of spirituality:

 

 

1) St. Jude Catholic School of Manila,
2) Divine Word College of Legaspi City,
3) Divine Word College of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro
4) Divine Word College of Calapan,
5) SVD Provincialate.

 

 

The renovation and refurbishment took 8 months to finish.

 

 

Kalinga sa Pagtulog

Kalinga: Caring is our Business

Kalinga: Caring is our Business

In Arnold Janssen Kalinga Center’s desire to offer care to the marginalized especially the homeless, we launch tonight the “Kalinga sa Pagtulog” – a Night Shelter Program. Meet our first of the 15 beneficiaries.
We hope to do this on an experimental basis of 2 nights a week, from 8pm-6am the following day. It begins with a registration followed by hygiene and showers; then prayers and life sharing; lastly, preparing their mats and blankets.
Kalinga: Caring is our Business

Kalinga: Caring is our Business

With a secured place for the night and a prayer, they wake up fresh and ready to face again tomorrow. You are most welcome to come and visit us.
Meet Jesus among the poor. 😀
Credit:Fr. Flavie Villanueva, SVD
Kalinga: Caring is our Business

Kalinga: Caring is our Business

Picture of Perseverance in Missionary Life

The Jubilarians in the Philippine Central Province of the SVD

The Jubilarians in the Philippine Central Province of the SVD

Here are our missionaries from the SVD Philippine Central Province who are celebrating their Jubilee. Some 25 years of ordination and vows, some 40, some 50 years. 

Photo Credit: Fr. Bongayan, SVD

Photo Credit: Fr. Bongayan, SVD

Fr. Peter Michael, SVD – the most senior among the Divine Word Missionaries in the Philippines today, celebrates his 80th year in vows. Last October 1, he celebrated his 104th birthday.

 

Photo Credit: Fr. Bongayan, SVD

Photo Credit: Fr. Bongayan, SVD

The Society of the Divine Word (Latin: Societas Verbi Divini, abbreviated SVD), popularly called Divine Word Missionaries, and sometimes the Steyler Missionaries, is a missionary religious congregation in The Roman Catholic Church Roman.

 

In the Philippines, the Divine Word Missionaries arrived in Bangued, Abra, in 1909, founding schools in Bangued, Vigan, in Ilocos Sur and Laoag City in Ilocos Norte, as well as in other parts of the Philippines. Now there are about 500 Filipino SVD priests and brothers and around 150 of them are serving in overseas missions on all continents. In the Philippines, the SVD have three ecclesiastical provinces, namely: the Philippine North (PHN) that comprises missionary works of Pangasinan to Aparri; the Philippine Central (PHC) that covers the National Capital Region, and all the provinces comprising central Luzon, southern Tagalog and the whole Bicol region; and the Philippine South (PHS) whose ministries cover the Visayas and Mindanao Islands.

 

The congregation opened Christ the King Mission Seminary in 1934 in Quezon City for their Filipino applicants and from then on their numbers continued to increase eventually making the SVD the largest religious institute of men in the country.

 

PLEASE LIKE THE PAGES OF OUR SVD MISSIONARIES:
Rev. Fr. Arlo Bernardo S. Yap, SVD
Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD
Fr. Glenn Paul M. Gomez, SVD
Fr. Jerry Orbos, SVD

 

 

PLEASE LIKE OUR EVANGELIZATION PROGRAMS:
The Healing Eucharist
Family TV Mass
7 Last Words on TV
Salitang Buhay on DZMM

 

 

HELP US ALSO PROMOTE THE CAUSE FOR THE BEATIFICATION OF OUR MARTYR-BISHOP:
Bishop William Finnemann, SVD

 

 

LIKE OUR PAGE: Societas Verbi Divini (SVD) – Philippines

 

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Tribute to Elders

CKMS Seminarians Serenade our Elder Confreres

CKMS Seminarians Serenade our Elder Confreres (Photo Credit: Fr. Ronrey, SVD)

The SVD seminarians of Christ the King Mission Seminary gave tribute to the missionaries who are now assigned at the Villa Cristo Rey (VCR), the retirement, recovery, and wellness facility of the SVD Philippines.

The Veterans of the SVD

The Veterans of the SVD

This is part of our Family Feast celebration, a way of thanking God for the 141st founding anniversary of our Society, the congregation of the Society of the Divine Word, which was founded on September 08, 1875 by Saint Arnold Janssen.

 

Fr. Henry Schenck used to be my spiritual director in Divine Word Seminary of Tagaytay

Fr. Henry Schenck, SVD used to be my spiritual director in Divine Word Seminary of Tagaytay

 

The Happy Fr. Val Darunday, SVD

The Happy Fr. Val Darunday, SVD

 

Genuine Smiles Captured

Genuine Smiles Captured

 

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