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Social Media Spirituality – First Catholic Social Media Summit

Posted on Aug 02 , 2012 in Archdiocese of Manila News

Social Media Spirituality – First Catholic Social Media Summit

Hello parishioners. It's a great privilege for us to share to you the talk of our beloved Archbishop of Manila, Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle D.D. during the recently concluded "1st Catholic Social Media Summit" held at Renaissance Convention Center last July 14, 2012.

He talks about Social Media Spirituality. If you loved this Video, please share it to your friends and family. Together, let us spread the Good News. God bless!!

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Spirituality in the Social Networking World

Posted on Jul 23 , 2012 in Archdiocese of Manila News

Spirituality in the Social Networking World

Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Tagle delivered a talk at the first Catholic Media Summit held on July 14, 2012 at the Renaissance Hotel, Marikina City about "Spirituality in the Social Networking World". Read the transcript of his full talk below.

We would like to thank again Father Stephen for that wonderful presentation.  In fact we already alluded to some of the points that I intended to share.  So, please do not forget his wonderful sharing. He was my former student not in Social Communication but in Fundamental Theology. Parang ang tanda tanda ko na tuloy. It’s good to see former students who are now doing their mission very well…..

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Alay Kapwa – STEWARDSHIP IS DISCIPLESHIP

Posted on Mar 27 , 2012 in Archdiocese of Manila News

Alay Kapwa – STEWARDSHIP IS DISCIPLESHIP

Message from our Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Tagle

… Alay Kapwa means offering (alay) to our neighbor (Kapwa). Alay Kapwa is the Lenten evangelization-action program to raise social consciousness about the plight of the poor and the marginalized in imitation of Jesus who offered Himself for us poor sinners. It is also the time of the year designated to raise funds for social services and programs of teh Church for the poor. 

As we did last year, we shall support and implement Alay Kapwa not only during Palm Sunday but throughout the 40 days of Lent. We will take up a special collection for Alay Kapwa for six(6) Sundays (i.e., February 26, March 4, 11, 18, 25, and April 1). The funds gathered for Alay Kapwa during these six Sundays will be used as emergency funds for crises and calamities both from natural and human causes all over the country, as was done for the victims of Sendong recently.