Provincia San Matteo (Filippina)

St. Anthony’s Boys Village – Rogationist Academy Davao is 15 Years Old

            St. Anthony’s Boys Village – Rogationist Academy Davao concludes its week-long 15th year Foundation Anniversary with the solemn celebration of the Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus and the prayer of the Great Supplica on January 31, 2017. Here is the highlights of the events.

 

St. Matthew Province Ongoing Formation Course for Young Rogationists

         The celebration of the XXI Day of Consecrated Life on February 2, 2017 was higlighted by the renewal of religious consecration of eighteen confreres at the conclusion of the 2nd ongoing formation organized by St. Matthew Province for the School Year 2016-17. Taking the theme “Chaste Celibacy – the Way of Living the Rogationist Identity” the young Rogationists in their 3rd-7th year of priestly ministry or 10th-15th year of religious profession gathered in Bohol, Philippines on January 28 – February 2.

Solemn Enthronement of the Statue of St. Hannibal at OLBL Parish Church

PARANAQUE CITY (31 Jan. 2017) - On the occasion of the Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus celebrated by the Family of the Rogate, the statue St. Hannibal Mary di Francia was enthroned at the Our Lady of Beautiful Love Parish in Paranaque City during a concelebrated Mass.

St. Anthony’s Boys Village – Rogationist College Cavite 30th Year

Fun Run, Pageant Sports Fest and Recognition of Personnel

                  Here is a photo gallery of the various activities (Fun Run, Sports Fest, Pageant and Recognition of Personnel) during the week-long celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Foundation of St. Anthony’s Boys Village – Rogationist College Cavite that concluded on January 27, 2017.

Happy Lunar New Year 2017

                  The Vietnamese Rogationist confreres join other Asian students studying Theology at Don Bosco Center of Studies in Paranaque in the celebration of the Annual Lunar New Year on January 28, 2017. Many countries in East Asia, namely: China, Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam and Singapore celebrate the Lunar New Year, which is considered as the most important event in the yearly calendar. After the celebration of the Liturgical Proper of the Celebration of “Tet”, the professors and students shared the New Year banquet which consisted in special traditional foods.

St. Hannibal Cup 2017 at THE Rogationist Mission Station in Papua New Guinea

           The Rogationist Parish of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart in Sidea, Papua New Guinea opened a two-day sports tournament called “St. Hannibal Cup 2017” on January 21-22. The event gathered the youths of the parish who are also students of the primary and secondary schools of the Rogationist Mission. 

St. Anthony’s Boys Village – Rogationist College Cavite Celebrates 30 years

            With the theme “Building Communion”, the St. Anthony’s Boys Village (SABV) and Rogationist College in Cavite (RC-C) celebrates its 30th anniversary of foundation on January 22, 2017 with a series of activities that run for six days. These include the Family Day, High School Sports Fest, Alumni Home Coming, Personal Recognition Day, College and Technical School Day, and a 10 Kilometer Fund Raising Fun Run.

Rogationists Lay Cornerstone of First House in Vietnam

        Fr. John Lucas, Provincial Vicar of St. Matthew Province, led the ground-breaking ceremonies of the construction of the first Rogationist Religious House in Vietnam on January 13, 2016, after a conclebrated Mass. Bro. Nilo Pelobello, SMP Provincial Treasurer assisted in a ceremony attended by the Rogationist confreres, diocesan and religious priests, seminarians, Daughters of Divine Zeal, relatives, benefactors and friends.

Departure for Papua New Guinea

With his documents at long last approved, Bro. Paul John Mapacpac, who completes the new batch of missionaries to the Rogationist mission Papua New Guinea, will finally fly tonight, December 30, 2016. Bro. Nilo Pelobello will join him to do his canonical visit to the missionary community. May the Lord of the Harvest bring fruitful yield to your faith, generosity and courage.

Bro. Christian Allan R. De Sagun, RCJ