Martes, Enero 20, 2015

THE FILIPINOS ARE TRULY THE PEOPLE OF GOD.. SAYS POPE FRANCIS

God Is The Real Author Of People Power..
By: Teddy Cho- ID No. 11211  and Ver M. Garcia- ID. No. 11197 

(Media Accredited Blogger and News Writer for the Papal Visit 2015)


                                          His Holiness Pope Francis I - Thou Art Peter

We hail the International Media Center at the Manila Hotel, Philippines, for being  the bastion of democracy and evangelization of the Papal visit.

The Pope, who came and shared his Holiness & Humanity to us as a Pastor, who teaches, a Priest  who sanctifies and a Prophet who makes sacrifices to seek and to save  the LOST (Luke 19:10). At the core of the Pope's message which brings us closer (in spirit) to CHRIST whose Love & Affection was manifested for the Filipino people & the people of Asia.The Apostolic mission of the Disciples of JESUS CHRIST & encourages each one of us to remain faithful to the Faith.  

           The Papal Visit of Pope Francis is the "VICARIUS CHRISTY" not "VICARIUS GENERALI" (Kahalili ng Dios), directs the attention of everyone to Christ who desires  mercy, not sacrifice (Matt.9:13) and one who calls  not only the sinners but those who are: the least (poor street children, the exploited and the abandoned, etc.), the Last (the poorest of the poor), and the Lost (the Corrupt and the purveyors of Evil) in our society.

 One of the Youth Volunteer who loss a life serving God Ms. Kristel Padasas, 26 years old.

           Radio and  TV Personality Arnold Clavio hosted the event at the UST Papal Visit.

As the Holy Father comes, we looked and gazed upon the Cross of Jesus at the University of Sto. Tomas (UST) quadrangle, the Lord the Giver of Life, gracious and compassionate and we hope to be spiritually renewed and converted in heart and transformed us as a Nation (the Light of Asia). thus, the visit inspires and challenges the Filipino people to live a life of missionary witnessing, proclaiming to all the world God's Mercy and Compassion.

                                                       Replica of  the Sto. Nino

The day of the climax of the Mass of the Holy Father Apostolic Pope Francis visits coincides with the feast of Sto. Nino in the Philippines, it's the oldest and one of the most popular in the Philippines. The images venerated in the Basilica in Cebu for the Filipino Catholics. The Holy Child physically represents a God who is accessible to all (young and old) and can be approached without fear. To a Marian devotee the meaning to ponder the Lady's message No.258 (The Blue Book of Fr. Stefanno Gobbi) were being asked a spiritual childhood for the faithful. A devotion to the Sto. Nino instills and inspires the virtues of simplicity, obedience and trust in GOD (Holy Trinity).

             We would like to end this simple message with a Prayer for the Pope:


                            The Big Crowd and Sea of Humanity at the UST Quadrangle

                           The Big Turn Out of UST Students and Faculties Populace and Visitors


 Our Dear Pope, the Sea of Humanity beckons for you're second Papal visit. Truly the Filipinos are the People of God echoed the words of Pope Francis. May the Prayers of the Saints be a guide for those entrusted with the Mission of Light for the New Evangelization in Asia and the rest of the World and may the Light of Christ which is In You, and all the adopted Children of God, be justified, in Words, in Thoughts and in Deeds and in our Hearts. And may the Truth which is Christ himself, in Christ and for Christ our Lord and Savior. May the light of Christ be the Light of the World amd World to come. (Message No. 161 p.224-225 The Blue Book by Fr. Stefanno Gobbi).





                                                Photo Galleries Taken at the University of Sto. Tomas, the oldest Pontifical University Manila, Philippines  by: Teddy Cho 3:10 a.m. 1/18/15

                             Crowd along Dapitan St,, Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines















To those suffering from depression because of oppression, repression and slavery St. Paul admonishes us in Philippians 4:6-9.

Calling all the youths of today.. Our prayer
 


Philippians 4:6-9New Living Translation (NLT)

Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.
And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise. Keep putting into practice all you learned and received from me—everything you heard from me and saw me doing. Then the God of peace will be with you. (VerGarciaBlogs)





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