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We Care Because We Pray
We Care Because We Pray 24th Sunday of Ordinary Time www.ssaparish.com
September 11, 2016
Forbes Park, Makati
Orchestra of the Filipino Youth
Maestro Olivier Ochanine and Brian Berino
Established by Ang Misyon, Inc., an organization cofounded by First Philippine Holdings Chairman Federico R. Lopez and internationally renowned Filipino Concert Pianist Jovianney Emmanuel Cruz, the Orchestra of the Filipino Youth is composed of 58 scholars from Sistema for the Filipino Youth (SFY). SFY is a music program that offers children from deprived communities the opportunity to achieve their full musical potential through Classical Music discipline with the ultimate hope of creating a positive impact on their respective communities. continued on page 4
Maestro Olivier Ochanine
Santuario de San Antonio Parish Office • Tel. nos. 8438830-31
A Eucharistic Community of Families as Good Stewards of Talents by Hanah Roa
God knew everything about us before we even came into this world. We are made with purpose and are full of many God-given talents. As we think of ‘talents’ we think of how we excel in playing instruments, singing, painting, dancing, in sports or even how we excel in our jobs, organizing events, and the like. However, one of the meanings found in dictionary.com and in thefreedictionary.com is: - a power of mind or body considered as given to a person for use and improvement: so called from the parable in Matt. 25:14–30. God has given us talents “for use and improvement.” As Peter writes, “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” (1 Peter 4:10) For some, they have learned what talents God has given them and have placed them to good use, just like how Mother Teresa used her talent in giving humanitarian assistance and aid to those less fortunate. Because of this she was then canonized to
become a saint. Wouldn’t you want to be a saint too or a half a saint? In the church community, these talents may be used in ministries that the church organizes. In some, talents may be in the form of Spiritual gifts, where we can use them through healing, writing, and other sort of spiritual gifts. Discern our talents by considering our occupation, our hobbies and interests, the needs of our community and our passions. In finding what we have been given and putting these talents to good use is one way to show our gratitude to God. “For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” - Ephesians 2:10 (NIV) Just be open to what God will give to you.
TALENT is a power of mind or body considered as given to a person for use and improvement: so called from the parable in Matt. 25:14–30. 2
September 11, 2016
THE ABC’s of catholic doctrine by Lianne Tiu
The Road to Better Health People are trending toward a more healthy lifestyle. Some consciously eat nutritious, organic, or low calorie foods while others undergo detoxing. Some become physically active while others are more mindful of proper rest. For quick results, people turn to gym classes, health gurus, or to the newest offerings in nutrition centers, bookstores or on-line information. Most of us, however, are unaware that we can avail of physical health advices from the writings of the Church. The book “Catechism of the Catholic Church” (CCC) encourages us to have good health practices and points to us some health hazards. For example: CCC #2288 states that: Life and physical health are precious gifts entrusted to us by God. We must take reasonable care of them, taking into account the needs of others and the common good. CCC #2290 and #2291 inform us to avoid illicit drugs, excessive eating and drinking of alcohol, immoderate use of cigarettes and medicine, and even reckless driving. CCC #2289 advises us that although we are to take care of our bodies, the attainment of perfect health is not an absolute value. We are to reject the cult
of the body; we cannot be too obsessed over our bodies and perfect health that we turn away from God and we become indifferent (and even destructive) to those around us. CCC#2277, #2280 and #2297 warn us not to end life whether by suicide or euthanasia, or to destroy a healthy organ through mutilation or sterilization (unless to preserve life). A familiar statement is: “I can do whatever I want with my body. Nobody tells me what to do with it. It is mine.” This is a mistake because God is the Master of life. We are stewards, not owners, of the life God has entrusted to us. It is not ours to dispose of. Staying healthy makes us look better and live longer. It gives us more energy, added confidence, and better mental health. It prevents illnesses and brings down medical cost. With healthy bodies, we can better serve our family, others, and most of all, God. (References: “Respect Your Health, But Reject ‘The Cult of the Body’” by Tom Zampino; Top ten reasons to stay healthy/ Mark’s Daily Apple; Catechism of the Catholic Church; “The Faith Explained Today” by Joe Babendreier)
Life and physical health are precious gifts entrusted to us by God. Santuario de San Antonio Pastoral Team Fr. Baltazar A. Obico, OFM - Guardian Fr. Reu Jose C. Galoy, OFM - Vicar Provincial, Parish Priest Fr. Mark Adame G. Bakari, OFM - Busar Fr. Jesus E. Galindo, OFM - Member Fr. Efren C. Jimenez, OFM - Member RDIP - PB Editorial Team & General Information Suzette H. Gatmaitan – Head, RDIP-PB Marilou Consing – Editor in Chief Javier Luis Gomez - Assistant Editor Earl Leonard Sebastian - Assistant Editor Hannah Roa - Assistant Editor Marie Tycangco - Assistant Editor Jeannie Bitanga – Website Administrator Alexa Montinola - Assistant Website Administrator Edward Lu – Art & Design Colorplus Production Group Corp. – Production Santuario de San Antonio Parish Center Office Tel. nos. 8438830-31 Email: [email protected] Website: www.ssaparish.com Website email: [email protected] Foundation website: www.santuariodesanantonio.org Parish Pastoral Council Edmund Lim, KHS – President Cristina Teehankee – Vice President Suzette H. Gatmaitan – Secretary
performing artists Maestro Olivier Ochanine Musical Director French-American conductor Olivier Ochanine is the First Prize Winner of the 2015 Antal Dorati International Conducting Competition. Since 2010, Mr. Ochanine
OFY has performed in various venues and has gone on concert tours to Iloilo, Isabela and Dumaguete, performing to capacity.
has been the Music Director & Principal Conductor of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, the nation’s leading orchestra. He also hold the distinction to be the PPO’s first and only music director to lead them in a historic performance at the Carnegie Hall in New York City.
OFY scholars hail from Aurora, Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Cebu, Isabela, Mindoro, Nueva Ecija, Rizal & Samar.
orchestra of the filipino youth
SFY is a music program that offers children from deprived communities the opportunity to achieve their full musical potential through Classical Music discipline
Brian Berino Pianist Brian Berino discovered his love for music only three years ago when he began piano lessons with Josiah Samaniego. After a year of lessons, Mr. Samaniego approached his former mentor – internationally renowned and
multi-awarded Filipino Concert Pianist Jonvianney Emmanuel Cruz to accept Brian into his studio. In October 2014, Brian gave his debut recital in the home of Taiwanese pianist Dr. Chi-Ying Hung. His appearance in Francisfest 2016 marks his first performance as a soloist with orchestra.
In April 2015, the OFY joined forces with the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra and the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra under the batons of Maestro Olivier Ochanine & Gerard Salonga in Ang Sistema: The Young People’s Concerence – a fundraising concert & conference at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and the National Arts Center in Makiling.
2016 Performances abroad • six performances of 7 senior Strings Quorum in New York City, New Jersey and Washington DC where they received an overwhelming standing ovation • three concerts at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Center with the Amazing Orchestra of Malaysia, KLPAC Symphonic Band and the Malaysian Philharmonic Youth Orchestra
hospital ministry by Ms. Ella Tan, Chairperson
When I asked Ella Tan what drew her to this particular ministry she simply said that the visits to PGH were like an extension of Mass, a way of strengthening her love and relationship to our Lord. I am certain that the other members of this ministry would explain their commitment in a similar way. The main activity of the ministry is to make Tuesday visits to the neediest among the children in the PGH Pediatric Wards, bringing assistance in the form of medicines, medical supplies and perhaps little toys, clothes, nutritious food. But the material help merely presents an opportunity for the volunteers to interact with the terminally ill children and their parents as brothers and sisters in Christ. What the volunteers truly bring with them is compassion. In return, they bring back home the joy of seeing a child’s beaming smile breaking through his suffering. They catch brief glimpses of inherent goodness in parents who momentarily set their own problems aside in order to help a child alone in the next ward bed. They see the extent of the ripples caused by listening and responding to those who have hardly any means to address urgent medical needs. Just last March, the ministry during its weekly PGH visit had been made aware of the severe health condition of 11-yearold Lawrence, in need of an open heart surgery to replace two defective heart valves. With God’s grace, the ministry was able to promptly raise the financial help needed for Lawrence’s operation that on March 28 he was given his second chance in life. After much rehabilitation, he is now back in school and striving to gain
Hospital Ministry Activity
back a normal life as possible. Lawrence, as young as he is, has expressed that he is offering all his suffering to God with a prayer for all those who have made his operation a reality. Apart from medical assistance, the ministry in one occasion facilitated educational assistance to a well-deserving older sister of a brain tumor patient who was nearly deprived of finishing College. The said sister is a working student who contributes to the family’s income while maintaining an honor standing in school. And their mother is now an active volunteer in the PGH ministry. The ministry managed to obtain a ventilator for use of a young girl who was diagnosed as needing a ventilator for life. Without this donation, they would not have been able to pay the required P2,500/day. They would have had to let her die. Still, even with free use of the ventilator, she would have to remain in hospital. One of the volunteers gave the girl’s mother an estampita containing a novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe. Clutching at this straw, the mother kept on praying the novena continuously. One day, it happened that the ventilator needed servicing and it would take 15 breathless minutes! To their surprise, the young girl was able to breathe by herself for the full 15 minutes. Attributing it to chance, the doctor decided to conduct further ventilator-free trials. Today, this young girl is breathing completely on her own – a miracle her mother attributes to the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Who knows what miracles can be wrought through your help? Even the tiniest assistance will have a ripple effect! If you are interested in more information, please contact: Ms. Ella Tan, Chairperson of the PGH Health Ministry through the SSAP Office at 843 8830.
Hospital Ministry Visitation
Prayer to St. Joseph of Cupertino for Success in Examinations O Great St. Joseph of Cupertino who while on earth did obtain from God the grace to be asked at your examination only the questions you knew, obtain for me a like favour in the examinations for which I am now preparing. In return I promise to make you known and cause you to be invoked. Through Christ our Lord. St. Joseph of Cupertino, Pray for us.
Hospital Ministry at Avilon Zoo
September 11, 2016
Donors as of Sept. 06, 2016
PLATINUM Mrs. Carmen O. Bautista NECO Philippines SILVER Atty. & Mrs. Manuel M. Lazaro BRONZE In memory of Imelda O. Cojuangco Anonymous PATRON Mrs. Felicitas A. Arroyo Mrs. Amelita D. Guevara Mr. & Mrs. Bernardo Lichayto Miss Ma. Victoria Chan Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Carmona Anonymous
DONOR Mr. & Mrs. Enrico Bautista A.B.V. Incorporated Mrs. Myrna Lacson Mr. & Mrs. Steven Chan Marco Shoe Sole Factory Mr. & Mrs. Noel Bautista Mr. & Mrs. Jose Concepcion, Jr. Anonymous Anonymous Ms. Alice Eduardo Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Dizon Mr. & Mrs. Emmanuel Javellosa Mr. & Mrs. Miguel Guerrero Mrs. Petrona B. Lim Mr. & Mrs. William Go Mr. & Mrs. Jose Cojuangco Mr. Edgar J. Sia II Friends of St. Francis Corinthian Commercial Corporation Mrs. Margarita Cuyegkeng Anonymous Mrs. Isabel Wilson
“Remember that when you leave this earth, you can take with you nothing that you have received – only what you have given.” Francis of Assisi Mr. & Mrs. Ramon Regala Mr. & Mrs. Anton Periquet Puyat Steel Corp./Mr. Edgardo Reyes Dr. & Mrs. Chi MO Sheng Mr. & Mrs. Edgardo Castro St. James Ventures, Inc. Mrs. Ofelia Recto Mr. & Mrs. Rainerio Reyes Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Ledesma, Jr. Anonymous Mrs. Chloe C. Romulo Periquet Mrs. Erlinda Panlilio Mr. Antonio Lagdameo Sr. Mrs. Leticia Syquia Mrs. Margarita B. Canto & Family Atty. & Mrs. Augusto Martirez Mrs. Carmelita Samson Mrs. Monique C. La’O Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Coronel Atty. & Mrs. Avelino Cruz Mr. & Mrs. Vicente Panlilio Mrs. Julie Ong Mrs. Cristina Ponce-Enrile Mrs. Angelita Lilles
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