Thank you dear friends for the help you extended for our brothers and sisters affected by the recent heavy rains and flooding. A total of Four Hundred Eighty Three Thousand and Seven Hundred pesos (P483,700) have been received in checks and cash.

The brown scapular worn by devotees of Our Lady of Mount Carmel is significant not because they are miraculous, or a sure way of salvation but is considered an insignia that the wearer is a Marian. Today, the brown scapular is more of a religious symbol that the wearer is a Marian devotee who tries to emulate the ways of Mary, the Mother of Jesus, our Saviour.

God leads us where He wants us to go, and He has a reason for everything that happens in our lives. Monsignor Dennis, there is a reason why you are now Pastor to us here in St. Andrew, why 10 months ago you ended up in a parish, many have warned you, is a difficult parish.

Twenty years ago He called you and anointed you to offer our Lord’s bread and wine, and consecrated your life to be the instrument of healing and forgiveness, and gave you the gift of priesthood. Today on this special day of your sacerdotal anniversary, allow us to celebrate with you, and thank God for calling you and giving you to us as our Parish Priest.

She has been known to bestow graces and protection on everyone who seeks her refuge. A very powerful politician and top government official has been said to visit her shrine regularly to seek guidance and protection from her political enemies. Yes, she is not only the patroness of the poor,the sick, neglected and the needy  like the disabled Mang Teban who begs for a few coins in front of the Church or of Aling Juana who sells sampaguita. She is also the refuge of the rich, the powerful, and the celebrated personalities in and out of government and showbiz. Much has been said , read and talked about  her. Indeed  stories on her  powerful intercessions  are endless.  The Lady I am referring to is  Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag , also  formally known as Nuestra Señora del Santissimo Rosario de Manaoag. Her shrine is located in Manaoag , Pangasinan.

Sunday Mass Schedule Effective March 2011

6:30am - Filipino
8:00am - English
9:30am - English
11:00am - English

12:15n.n - English

3:30pm - Filipino
5:00pm - English
6:30pm - English
8:00pm - English

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