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Devotion

The disposition of will to do promptly what concerns the worship and service of God. Although devotion is primarily a disposition or attitude of the will, acts of the will that proceed from such disposition are also expressions of devotion. Essential to devotion is readiness to do whatever gives honor to God, whether in public or private prayer (worship) or in doing the will of God (service). A person who is thus disposed is said to be devoted. His devotedness is ultimately rooted in a great love for God, which in spiritual theology is often called devotion. (Etym. Latin devotio, state, act, or expression of being devoted; from devovere, to vow.)

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Rite of Eucharistic Exposition

Silent Adoration | Reposition | Holy Mass

Holy Hour

Friday at 6:00 PM

Dominicae cenae, Pope John Paul II wrote, “Since the Eucharistic mystery was instituted out of love, and makes Christ sacramentally present, it is worthy of thanksgiving and worship.  And this worship must be prominent in all our encounters with the Blessed Sacrament…” (#3).

As Jesus said, “I  myself am the Bread of Life.  No one who comes to me shall ever be hungry, no one who believes in me shall ever thirst” (John 6:35).

Our Mother of Perpetual Help Novena

Wednesday at 6:00 PM

Holy Mass at 6:30 PM

This wonderful devotion was brought in Our Lady of Victories by the devotees originated from Baclaran Shrine Philippines

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Mother of Perpetual Help

Virgin of the Passion | the Golden Madonna | the Mother of the Redemptorist Missionaries | the Mother of Catholic homes | Mahal na Ina ng Laging Saklolo

Our Lady of Miraculous Medal

Our Lady of Miraculous Medal Novena

Monday after the 8:30 AM & 6:30 PM

Holy Mass

St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe wrote:
“Distribute Her Miraculous Medal, wherever possible. To children, so they always wear it around their necks."

Simbáng Gabi

Night Mass | Misa de Gallo

devotional nine-day series of Advent Masses practiced by Roman Catholics in the Philippines in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary in anticipation of Christmas. It ordinarily occurs during the nine days leading up to Christmas. Simbang Gabi is frequently celebrated in other parts of the world where there are Filipino communities.

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the Black Nazarene

the Black Nazarene

The image of the Black Nazarene was brought to the Philippines by an unknown Recollect priest from Mexico during the Galleon trade.

Saint Anne, chosen by God to be the mother of Mary, His own Blessed Mother on earth, was the spouse of Saint Joachim. Ancestor of the Eternal King and High Priest, Joachim was of the royal house of David, while Anne was of Levitical descent.

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The grandparents of Jesus

Saint JOACHIM AND Saint ANNE

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Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag

Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag

Inang Birhen ng Manaoag | Apo Baket

(The Lady who calls)

Yearly Sunday Feast celebration
after the Divine Mercy Sunday

For more info please contact Ms. Tessie M. Santos (551-358-4182)

Our Lady of Peñafrancia

The Devotion to Our Lady of Peñafrancia, started in 1710, when a Fr. Miguel Robles de Covarrubias commissioned a small chapel at the foot of Mt. Isarog.

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Our Lady of Peñafrancia

Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia

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Saint Joseph

Saint Joseph

On earth you were a father to Jesus,
the spouse of the Virgin Mary,
and the protector of the Holy Family,
we bow before you. 

Our Lady of Victories

Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary

The Feast of Our Lady of the Rosay was established in 1571 by St. Pius V to commemorate the naval battle of Lepanto.

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Our Lady of Victories

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Divine Mercy

Divine Mercy

Jesus, I trust in you!

Sacred Heart of Jesus

Feast celebration (Friday), 19 days after Pentecost Sunday

The Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus was started and made popular by St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. She was inspired by visions of Jesus to spread this devotion.

This was a favorite prayer of Saint Padre Pio and he prayed it every day.

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Sacred Heart of Jesus

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