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Sunday Masses Schedule
Sunday: 07:00am & 09:30am
Children Mass: 08:00am
Youth Mass: 2nd Sunday at 09:30am
Holy Hour
Every Sunday: 6.30pm - 07:30pm
Faith Clinic
Last Sunday: 5.30pm
Weekday Masses Schedule
Monday - Saturday: 6:15am
Monday: 12:Noon (For Students)
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 6:30pm
Mass of the Sick
1st Wednesday of the Month: 06:30pm
Rosary Procession
1st Wednesday: 5:30pm
Baptism
1st Saturday: 09:00am
Sacrament of Reconciliation
After Morning Masses: Tuesday and Saturday
Office Hours
Monday - Thursday 09:00am - 05:00pm
Break-Time: 01:00pm - 03:00pm
Friday: 09:00am - 02:00pm
Chaplain Office Hours
Tuesdays & Fridays
Time: 09:00am - 01:00pm
Father's Off Day - Thursday
Chapel of Perpetual Adoration
Monday - Saturday: 08:00am - 05:00pm
Sunday: 12:00noon - 05:00pm
Catechism Classes
Sunday: 04:00pm

Announcement- 29th Sunday in Ordinary time ( Week of October 18, 2020)

Posted on:October 19th, 2020

1. Today, like we said at the beginning of the Mass is called Mission Sunday, a day that the church reminds us of our mission in this world which is to make Christ known to the ends of the world by our words, actions and deeds. May God bless and continuously help us as we carry out his mission in our world. Amen.

2. We thank you our dearest chaplaincy members and friends for your active participation during the just concluded covenant Sunday. May God grant you the grace to fulfil your covenant to the Lord through Christ our Lord. Let us remember that our God is a covenant keeping God. We are encouraged to fulfil our own part of the contract. God bless you. Amen. 

3. Our masses next week Sunday will be by 7:00am, 7:30am and 9:00am. Thank you

4. October devotion has begun and we encourage you our chaplaincy members to pray our rosaries as families, individuals and as a church. The roster of the October novena will be published our whatsapp platform. May our mother Mary continuously intercede for us. Amen.

5. During this pandemic period, the Archbishop has permitted the lay faithful to receive Holy Communion on our palms, we are reminded that every particle of the communion that we receive has Jesus, in its entirety, soul and body. We are encouraged not to desecrate the Sacred specie. We are to consume every particle of the body of Christ without leaving any on our palms. We implore our church wardens to help us see that this is properly adhered to. 

6. We thank you our beloved Chaplaincy members for your compliance with the guidelines of the government and the church to stop the spread of the corona virus. We hereby appreciate your efforts and encourage you to keep playing your part by putting on the face mask, frequent washing of hands and use of sanitizer. We pray God to have mercy and heal our world from the deadly pandemic. Amen