Fiel Clan and Msgr. Teofilo Camomot February 10, 2017Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Archdiocese of Cebu, Cebu, Priesthood, Saints.
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FIEL CLAN AND MSGR. TEOFILO CAMOMOT
1. Favian Fiel of Dumaguete was married to Ma. Rosa Quintanar of Argao, Cebu.
2. Their Daughter: Maurilla Quintanar Fiel was married to Pedro Veloso Camomot
3. Their Son: Jose Fiel Camomot was married to Andrea Embrado Barazona
4. Their Son: Jorge Barazona Camomot was married to Maria Celestina Campugan Aleson
5. Their Son: Luis Aleson Camomot was married to Angela dela Cerna Bastida
6. Their Son: Teofilo Bastida Camomot became a Bishop, died in a vehicular accident in San Fernando, Cebu on 27 September 1988 at the age of 74. On 15 October 2010, Cardinal Vidal announced that the Holy See has approved the opening of the cause for beatification and canonization of MSGR. Teofilo Bastida Camomot.
Credits: sa among mga kaliwatan nga gisulat gayud ang among kasaysayan sa banay aron dili malimtan sa mga sunod nga henerasyon.
Misericordia et Misera in Smokey Mountain December 15, 2016Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Archdiocese of Manila, Communications Ministry, Mission Anecdotes, Pastoral, Pope Francis, Priesthood, SVD Philippine Central Province.
Tags: Fr. Jhonatan Letada SVD, Misericordia et Misera, Risen Christ Parish of Tondo
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Many thanks to the faithful of the Risen Christ Parish in Smokey Mountain, Tondo who came para sa aking talk on Misericordia et Misera (Mercy and Misery), the latest apostolic letter of Pope Francis. Salamat din sa aking classmate na si Fr. Jhonatan Letada, the parish priest. The photo above was taken when I arrived before the 6 pm Holy Mass.
This is the first time for me to give a talk about the latest apostolic letter of Pope Francis within the Archdiocese of Manila. The deal started during the ordination last week when Fr. Jhonatan invited me to come to his parish so that we could celebrate our 8th sacerdotal anniversary together. However, I told him that I could not be available on December 6, our anniversary, because I would have a talk at the San Antonio de Padua Parish in Los Baňos on the same topic.
I then suggested to him that I give a talk about Misericordia et Misera. He immediately set the date: December 13. I said yes immediately with the condition that it must be free. #fortheSVD. And yes, the rest is history.
After the talk, we had dinner together. Then, he gave me a cellophane of chocolate as a token of appreciation. LIKE! I went back to Christ the King Seminary in the evening with a very wide smile. It was a very wonderful day.
SVD Ordination 2016 November 15, 2016Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Diocese of Imus, Ordination, Priesthood, SVD, SVD Philippine Central Province, SVD Philippine Northern Province, SVD Philippine Southern Province.
Tags: Fr. Aaron Paul Hizola SVD, Fr. Arjay Venus SVD, Fr. Arnulfo Fraga SVD, Fr. Frank Quainoo SVD, Fr. Henry Go SVD, Fr. Jay de Leon SVD, Fr. Jerome Alburo SVD, Fr. Ralp Montalban SVD, Fr. Reyann Orlandez SVD
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Be one with us in prayers….
Ordination to the Sacred of the Presbyterate.
Divine Word Missionaries.
December 3, 2016. 9 AM.
Divine Word Seminary of Tagaytay.
See you there
The Glorious Praise October 20, 2016Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Diocese of Imus, Priesthood, SVD, SVD Philippine Central Province, Year of Mercy.
Tags: Fr. Raul Caga SVD
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Kababayans who are in Macau or in Hong Kong, you’re cordially invited to a fund-raising concert by SVD Singing Priest, Fr. Raul Caga, SVD on November 6, 2016 at the Our of Fatima Parish in Macau. The parish is SVD administered, the only one here in Macau. It will be an evening of “Glorious Praise” to the Lord in this part of China, a population of around 600,000 of which 7.2% are Christians. The proceeds will go to the education and formation of future missionaries of the Divine Word Seminary, Tagaytay City, Philippines. (Credit: Fr. Randolf Cariño Flores, SVD)
The Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA) acknowledged Fr. Raul’s mission of evangelization through music. His 2006 album “Called by Love” was a finalist in Best Religious Album category, while his 2012 album “My Sweet Surrender” won the “Best Inspirational Album.
His latest album “Gracious Mercy” is still out in the market. This album includes the beautiful song ‘Mercy and compassion’ sang by him and Cardinal Chito Tagle.
Picture of Perseverance in Missionary Life October 5, 2016Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Arnold Janssen, Communications Ministry, Diocese of Cubao, Jesus, Priesthood, SVD, SVD Philippine Central Province, SVD Philippine Northern Province, SVD Philippine Southern Province, Vocation Campaign, Vocation Story, Year of Mercy.
Tags: Bishop Antonio Palang SVD, Fr. Anselm Taolin Kiik SVD, Fr. Anselmo Nicasio SVD, Fr. Carlos Lariosa SVD, Fr. Danilo Bayalas SVD, Fr. Eduardo Guarin SVD, Fr. Eleuterio Lacaron SVD, Fr. Emeterio dela Paz SVD, Fr. Emmanuel Menguito SVD, Fr. Felix Ferrer SVD, Fr. Fernando Santos SVD, Fr. Francis Vega SVD, Fr. Geronimo John Paat SVD, Fr. Ignacio Joaquin SVD, Fr. Jose Caballes SVD, Fr. Joseph Villas SVD, Fr. Lloyd Fiedler SVD, Fr. Manuel Bongayan SVD, Fr. Michael Padua SVD, Fr. Peter Michael SVD, Fr. Quintin Terrenal SVD, Fr. Thaddeus Teano SVD, Fr. Timoteus Gampur SVD
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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.
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.
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.
HELP US ALSO PROMOTE THE CAUSE FOR THE BEATIFICATION OF OUR MARTYR-BISHOP:
Bishop William Finnemann, SVD
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Rest in Peace, Archbishop Carmelo Morelos September 20, 2016Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Archdiocese of Zamboanga, Obituary, Priesthood, Year of Mercy.
Tags: Archbishop Carmelo Morelos, Archbishop Socrates Villegas
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REST IN PEACE, Archbishop Carmelo Morelos!!!
(December 11, 1930 – September 17, 2016)
Ordained priest: April 3, 1954
Ordained bishop: July 5, 1967
Archbishop of Zamboanga: 1994-2006
When I posted the photo above in my facebook account, Archbishop Socrates Villegas have very good words for Bishop Morelos:
“He (Bishop Carmelo Morelos) was a zealous and prudent bishop. His sense of humor and his practical wisdom endeared him to so many bishops, priests, nuns and laity. Having been a former CBCP President, he led the bishops with his exceptional intelligence and unique insights. We have a new saint in heaven.”
Dear Vocation Promoters July 30, 2016Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Communications Ministry, Diocese of Baguio, Jesus, Press Release, Priesthood, Vocation Campaign, Year of Mercy.
Tags: Fr. Macwayne Maniwang
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Dear Vocation Promoters,
Saint Louis University, Baguio City, Philippines
will once again celebrate the yearly
Vocation and Mission Awareness Week on
September 25 to October 1, 2016 with the
theme: “ I have called you by name”.
Congregations are invited to join the
Mission Exhibits, Vocation Talks and Eucharistic Celebrations.
Interested vocation promoters may communicate with
Fr. Macwayne Maniwang, CICM
(Vice-President for Mission and Identity/ Parish Priest) on or before
August 5, 2015 (Friday).
His contacts are: firstname.lastname@example.org, 442 – 2193/2793 loc. 246.
All the best for the Lord’s vineyard!
Clergy Day 2016 July 25, 2016Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Archdiocese of Manila, Diocese of Cubao, Press Release, Priesthood, Vocation Campaign.
Tags: Clergy Day, Fr. Nielo Cantilado SVD
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Is your light hiding under the bush? Remember that you are the salt of the earth and light of the world. Let your light shine as the Prophet Jeremiah says, “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations.”
Let us all hear God’s calling as we invite you to join and be a part of the
Happening on Thursday, 4th day of August, 2016
from 1pm to 10 pm at the
Diocesan Shrine of Jesus, the Divine Word,
Christ the King Mission Seminary,
- Rodriguez Sr. Ave. Quezon City.
A sports activity, thanksgiving mass and a tribute dinner will be held on the said day.
Come share your time, talents and energy. Treat yourself with fun and excitement while the value of faith and love of God is shared.
You won’t want to miss this significant and triumphant event.
Hope to see you there.
8 New SVD Missionaries Ordained December 5, 2015Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Diocese of Imus, International Eucharistic Congress, Jesus, Priesthood, SVD Philippine Central Province, SVD Philippine Northern Province, SVD Philippine Southern Province, Vocation Campaign.
Tags: Bishop Reynaldo Evangelista, Fr. Diderick Andrinjatovo SVD, Fr. Franciskus Subandi SVD, Fr. Gregorius Robi Dosom SVD, Fr. June Lee Sarenas SVD, Fr. Lawrence Llona SVD, Fr. Lindsey Francis Taeza SVD, Fr. Roberto Solis SVD, Fr. Ryan Diňo SVD
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Eight deacons of the Society of the Divine Word (SVD) were ordained to the priesthood last Saturday at the Holy Spirit Chapel of the Divine Word Seminary, Tagaytay City in a solemn celebration attended by 127 priests and 2 bishops. This year’s batch of new SVD missionaries are called Logos Class, inspired by the Prologue of the gospel of John: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the Word was God.” (John 1:1)
The new SVD missionary priests are composed of three nationalities: 5 Filipinos, 2 Indonesians and 1 from Madagascar, highlighting the international character of the said congregation. They are Fr. Lawrence Llona, SVD (to be assigned in South Sudan, Africa), Fr. Ryan Diňo, SVD (to be assigned in Argentina South), Fr. Diderick Andrinjatovo, SVD (to be assigned in Philippine South), Fr. Franciskus Subandi, SVD (to be assigned in Philippine Central), Fr. June Lee Sarenas, SVD (to be assigned in Ghana, Africa), Fr. Gregorius Robi Dosom, SVD (to be assigned in Philippine North), Fr. Roberto Solis, SVD (to be assigned in Japan), and Fr. Lindsey Francis Taeza, SVD (to be assigned in Togo, Africa).
Ordaining prelate was Most Rev. Reynaldo Evangelista, DD of the Diocese of Imus. In his homily, he centered on priesthood being configuration to Christ, witnessing Christ and proclaiming Christ. He also reminded them never to lose sight of prayers, quoting Pope John Paul II: “Prayer makes a priest and through prayer a priest becomes himself.” He also stressed the importance of a “priestly conscience.”
The new SVD missionary priests will still continue with their theological studies at the Divine Word Seminary. For the Christmas season, they will be serving the parishes where they were assigned as deacons. Some of them will also have their thanksgiving masses where they go to their respective parishes. The two Indonesians Fr. Franciskus and Fr. Gregorius Robi celebrated their first Mass together with the big bulk of Indonesians priests, brothers and sisters who are assigned in the Philippines.
Conversations with Brother Noe Dura July 28, 2015Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Archdiocese of Lipa, Communications Ministry, International Eucharistic Congress, Mission Anecdotes, Pastoral, Priesthood, SVD, SVD Philippine Central Province, Year of the Poor.
Tags: Bro. Noe Dura, Fr. Jerry Orbos SVD, SVD Mission House
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