Francisfest 2015 Beneficiary: Franciscan Mission

Our San Pedro Bautista Province (SPBP) continues to send Filipino friars on missions outside the country. There are now 25 friars of SPBP working in different forms of missionary activity around the world. We help in the formation of Franciscan candidates in Sri Lanka, and provide spiritual assistance to Filipino migrant workers in Libya andContinue reading “Francisfest 2015 Beneficiary: Franciscan Mission”

Francisfest 2015 Beneficiaries: St. Francis Friendship Home Livelihood & Spirituality Center

The St. Francis Home Livelihood & Spirituality Center is a safe haven where the Secular Franciscans (OFS) of our Parish serve needy mothers and their children living in the poor communities of West Rembo, Makati City. The OFS and involved parishioners of Santuario de San Antonio support, animate and encourage spiritual growth as well asContinue reading “Francisfest 2015 Beneficiaries: St. Francis Friendship Home Livelihood & Spirituality Center”

Francisfest 2015 Beneficiaries The Hospital Ministry

“For it is in giving that we receive.” – St. Francis of Assissi It was more than 20 years ago when Steve Lopez (may he rest in peace) founded the PGH Adopt-A-Child-Program. Over the years, it has transformed until its current form as the Hospital Ministry supporting the Philippine General Hospital, Rizal Medical Center, andContinue reading “Francisfest 2015 Beneficiaries The Hospital Ministry”

“BRINGING THE FIESTA IN TAGUIG CITY JAIL” By Alli Raval – Prison Ministry Head

The Prison Ministry together with Fr. Reu Galoy, the SYA Volunteers and JPIC Scholars brought the fiesta to Taguig City Jail by having a “Master Chef” cooking challenge last May 30, 2015. For one day, inmates bring back happy memories of cooking for their loved ones. A total of 400 kilos of vegetables, 120 chickens,Continue reading ““BRINGING THE FIESTA IN TAGUIG CITY JAIL” By Alli Raval – Prison Ministry Head”

A Samar-itans call to Mission by Hannah G. Roa

The following write up describes Hannah’s experience working on the Housing project in San Antonio, Basey, Samar.Hannah is a member of the SYA or Single Young Adults ministry and the LeCom ministry. The project is a beneficiary of FrancisFest 2015. – Ed. Living in the 4 walls of a concrete jungle and trying to surviveContinue reading “A Samar-itans call to Mission by Hannah G. Roa”