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Bored at Mass, is it a Sin?

St. Thomas Aquinas said that ‘…because the Holy Mass is that Sacrifice.’ And St. Jean Vianney said that ‘if we really understood the Mass, we would die of joy’ – not boredom.

Parishioners joined 13th Parish Grand Marian Procession

Amidst the rain, church organizations, ministries and MSK members still went on with the procession.

Depressed but still blessed

Talk to God, you might not literally hear his answers but I assure you that his answers can calm your heart, mind, and soul more than anyone else’s words.

A week for the elderly

Let us take our time to bond with our lolos and lolas.

Aranzazu parishioners prayed the Rosary as one community

In line with the feast day of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary on October 7, the Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of Aranzazu held the annual Living Rosary at the DPNSDA Patio.

The Origins of the Holy Rosary

The month of October marks the start of dedicating 31 days to praying the Holy Rosary. Here we trace back the Rosary’s history, the process of its completion, and how we came to know the Rosary today.

Re-enthronement of Aranzazu at the Letran chapel

After 76 years, the historic re-enthronement of Our Lady of Aranzazu took place inside the Letran chapel. The devotion to Our Lady of Aranzazu once considered as a popular piety in Manila particularly in the historic Intramuros.

A letter to my teacher

No amount of gratitude can equal your efforts for us through all these years.

7 Surprising Things That Happen When You Pray the Rosary

If you ever find the rosary hard to pray, or hard to commit to regularly, read on to find out our seven most surprising things that happen in your life when you start to pray the rosary more often!

PPCRV welcomes postponement of barangay, SK polls

President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday signed a law moving the elections to May 2018.

Today We Celebrate Michaelmas

The 29th of September is dedicated to the observance of the feast of three revolutionary angels.

Go Out

I went abroad because my formation as a ‘consecrated lay’ requires me to live away from the world for a certain period of time. Though some may stay abroad for work or familial reasons, my reason for was particular since I did it in response to my vocation. I lived a ‘community life’