SANTUARIO DE SAN ANTONIO

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Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta: Saint of the Gutters 1910-1997
RANDOM THOUGHTS: Voices from Yesterday and Today
by Peachy Maramba

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It is thanks to Mother Teresa of Calcutta, a frail diminutive simple nun, that the conscience of the world was awakened to the true nature of poverty caused by lack of love and acceptance and the desperate need for everyone to help alleviate it. She stirred the world to love and to have compassion towards the poorest among the poor. This is why Mother Teresa is known worldwide for her special brand of poverty that she fought against and that she disseminated throughout the world. Little did anyone realize that this earth-shaking message brought by this angel of mercy would rouse the world to care for the poorest of the poor – the sick, the aged, the dying, the hungry, the naked, the homeless, the marginalized, the downtrodden the people suffering from AIDS… [read more]

Rich Yet Poor
THE ABC’S OF CATHOLIC DOCTRINE
by Lianne Tiu

Let us face it: We live in a community of rich people; we wear jewelries, use electronic gadgets, own cars, … but does it mean we cannot practice poverty which Christians are invited to follow? [read more]

Franciscan Poverty Today
A TASTE OF SILENCE
by Conchitina S. Bernardo

In a parish like Santuario de San Antonio, envisioning poverty seems far removed. However, it has been told to us in countless talks and lectures, that the poverty we seek, need not translate to a lack of material and pecuniary possessions. Instead we are asked to be detached from such needs. Detachment, equates to poverty in spirit.

Our patron saint, Francis of Assisi, stripped himself of all material trappings… [read more]

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A SPECIAL MESSAGE OF THANKS TO OUR DONORS

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SSAP Pre-Cana
REGISTER HERE FOR THE NEXT SCHEDULED SEMINAR

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Santuario de San Antonio Parish Pre-Cana program, conducted by its Ministry of Family and Life are scheduled every 1st Saturday of the month. Register online, here, or with Susan at the Parish Office, 843-8830 to 31 #4 and provide your preferred schedule, individual full names, nicknames, contact numbers and email addresses. If your wedding is not going to be held at SSAP, pls. seek permission from the parish of your wedding venue before signing up for SSAP Pre-Cana.

Married couples interested in joining our team of facilitators to inspire engaged couples, may contact 09164402829. This is a great opportunity to volunteer with your spouse and enrich your marriage. Choose the module/s you’re interested in and a schedule from once a year, twice yearly, quarterly or monthly. Modules and training will be provided. Read more about this…..

Read an article from one of the engaged couples>>>>>

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OVERSEAS INQUIRIES/RESERVATIONS:

Please read through the information provided in our Parish Services page before sending your inquiries to the following individuals:
For WEDDING & CRYPT services c/o Susan – redsky5455@yahoo.com
For FUNERAL CHAPEL & PARISH CENTER services c/o Alice – adjosh911@yahoo.com.ph
For BAPTISM services – ssap_info@yahoo.com
For Parish Bulletin Ads: Marilou – ssappb@yahoo.com