A Eucharistic Community of Families:

Mar 19 Taste of Silence

Humility in Career
by Tintin San Juan, Faith In Action (FIA)
I haven’t been part of the Parish for a long time. I joined Single Young Adults (SYA) in March 2009 and Faith in Action upon its inception in 2016. I have teamed in SYA, joined the Hospital and Prison Ministries in their outreaches, and other activities that have peaked my interest.

I work five jobs. One of which doesn’t even pay me. That’s aside from being a daughter, a granddaughter, a sister, a sister in law, a ninang, a cousin, a friend…[read more]


Humility and Contemplation
‘A Taste of Silence,’ by Conchitina S. Bernardo

Psalm 131:

My heart is not proud, Lord,
my eyes are not haughty;
I do not concern myself with great matters
or things too wonderful for me.

But I have calmed and quieted myself,
Like a child in its mother’s breast.

This beautiful psalm addresses our topic of HUMILITY as a means to contemplative prayer. One has to be truly humble in order to really pray. Not the self-denigrating kind of “humility” which is really laced with pride, but the true and basic, simple humility of self-forgetfulness while focusing on God. [read more]



Where is Joseph?
‘The ABC’s of Catholic Doctrine,’by Lianne Tiu

A famous painter once showed Blessed Pope Pius IX a picture of heaven. The pope greatly admired it. There were the Holy Trinity, Our Lady, the angels and the saints. But he noticed someone missing and asked, “Where is St. Joseph?” No one can blame the painter for forgetting the patriarch. For there was nothing special about Joseph to attract our attention. The Bible hardly mentioned about him. Not a single word was spoken by him in the Gospel. By world’s standard, he had no achievement which was worth recognizing….[read more]


ST. FRANCIS: The Humblest Man in Christendom
‘Random Thoughts,’by Peachy Maramba

When one thinks of HUMILITY (the state or quality of being humble – lowly, modest, unpretentious) one invariably thinks of our dear St. Francis of Assisi. This is because he is considered by many, if not the whole world, to be the humblest man in Christendom.

But this is not because like Jesus he was born in a humble stable…[read more]



SSAP Pre-Cana

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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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