Wolfgang (d. 994) + Bishop and reformer. Born in Swabia, Germany, he studied at Reichenau under the Benedictines and at Wurzburg before serving as a teacher in the cathedral school of Trier. He soon entered the Benedictines at Einsiedeln (964) and was appointed head of the monastery school, receiving ordination in 971. He then set [...]
The Bukas Loob sa Diyos Covenant Community – Parañaque Prayer Group, will be holding a Marriage Encounter Weekend no. 1 to be held on November 18-20, 2016 at the BLD covenant house in Dasmariñas, Cavite. For those interested to join, please get your Personal Information Sheet (PIS) from the Parish Office. For more details, please [...]
As we approach the last Sunday of Ordinary Time, we invite you to celebrate with us the Solemnity of the Feast of Christ the King by meditating upon the truth that – Christ is in us, He is our hope of glory! The following activities are lined up in preparation for this day: After the 7:00 [...]
All Souls Day Envelopes are available at the Parish Office. Please write the names of your departed loved ones so they can be included in the Mass intentions this whole month of November. If you are unable to visit your loved ones in the cemeteries, you may offer and light candles at the Garden of Memories.
St. Narcissus Bishop of Jerusalem October 29 Second Century St. Narcissus was born towards the close of the first century, and was almost fourscore years old when he was placed at the head of the church of Jerusalem, being the thirtieth bishop of that see. In 195, he and Theophilus, bishop of Caesarea in Palestine, [...]
St. Jude, known as Thaddaeus, was a brother of St. James the Less, and a relative of Our Saviour. He was one of the 12 Apostles of Jesus and his attribute is a club. Images of St. Jude often include a flame around his head, which represent his presence at Pentecost, when he accepted the [...]
Christian king of Ethiopia, probably a Monophysite, called Calam-Negus by the Abyssinians. He fought the Jewish usurper Dunaan, who had committed atrocities against Christians. Elesbaan was also guilty of dreadful revenges against Dunaan's followers. He resigned, leaving the throne to his son, and ended his life as an eremite.
King of Wessex, scholar, and renowned Christian monarch. Alfred was born in 849, the fifth son of the Wessex king. During a journey to Rome in 853, he was accepted as a godson by Pope Leo IV . He was a great scholar, translating classics for his people, and early on seemed destined for a [...]
Unreliable legend had Crispin and Crispinian, noble Roman brothers who with St. Quintinus, went to Gaul to preach the gospel and settled at Soissons. They were most successful in convert work during the day and worked as shoemakers at night. By order of Emperor Maximian, who was visiting in Gaul, they were haled before Rictiovarus [...]
Claretian archbishop and founder. Anthony was born in Salient in Catalonia, Spain, in 1807, the son of a weaver. He took up weaving but then studied for the priesthood, desiring to be a Jesuit. Ill health prevented his entering the Order, and he served as a secular priest. In 1849, he founded the Missionary Sons [...]