You are invited to join the *Enthronement of the Relics of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal* on Saturday, November 27 after the 7:30 am Mass (Streamed). This can also be viewed daily after the 7:30am Mass (Monday-Saturday) and 7:45am Mass (Sunday) via the SSAP Facebook page and Youtube channel.
Scapulars and medals available at Church.
Click on link to access the Story of the Miraculous Medal, its Meaning and Prayers: https://online.fliphtml5.com/okqwq/jxnj/
December 8 is a Holy Day of Obligation. All vaccinated individuals are invited to attend Mass at the Main Church. Join us in welcoming our Parish Pastoral Council 2022-2023 during the 6pm Mass.
“The mystery of the incarnation, the meaning of life, freely given, freely shared — gifted to give!“ Join the SSAP community, as we listen to Fr. Baltasar Obico, OFM, for the first of our Advent Recollection three-part series. See you this Friday, Dec. 3, at 7:30PM on ZOOM, and livestreamed on SSAP Facebook and Youtube. #SSAP2021Advent #LoveListenLive
Tuesday Marian Cenacle invites you to join “ A Synodal Advent Journey” – An Advent Recollection with Mass and Benediction, on Monday, November 29 at 4:00PM. Our facilitator will be Bishop Mylo Vergara, DD.
ID – 83665637175
PW – 296462
Advent Recollection 2021:
Pls. take note of the Schedule change.
In the Parish Bulletin, this week…
St. Andrew and the Multiplication of Small Offerings
By Marion Chan
In the story of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes, we tend to overlook one Apostle standing in the background. He is the one who told Jesus that there was a boy with a few loaves of bread and a couple of fish. I think that there is something to be learned from him in that story, and how he presented to God something so small and so lacking. He asked Jesus what it could do. To quote the Bible verse, John 6:9, he said “There is a boy who has five barley loaves and two fish, but what good are these for so many?”
It’s the Loveliest Light of the Year!
By By Nancy Gonewai, CCD Teacher
That most beautiful light is our very own and uniquely Filipino Parol — heralding for us the light and the message — of the Star of Bethlehem. Sixteen years ago, as a newly-arrived foreigner into this diverse and pre-dominantly Catholic country, my first encounter with CCD’s (Continuing Catholic Development) Light-A-Parol project fascinated me. This fascination continues to the present day — with its very ideals, the labour of love in the making and display of the parols.
Read more heartwarming stories
from this week’s issue of the Parish Bulletin.