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Introduction of Fiesta 2015 Fr. Steven Zabala October 4, 2015 PLDM, Feast of St. Faustina Celebrations

Welcome to the launching of our Fiesta 2015 celebration.October is the month of the rosary, a month devoted to our dear Mama Mary. For PLDM, October is an important month, as we celebrate the feast day of St. Faustina Kowalska, a disciple and promoter of Divine Mercy devotion.Every year, these are the things that we expect to happen in our parish on the Feast Day of St. Faustina:A liturgy to celebrate her feastLaunching of upcoming Fiesta celebrationIntroduction and welcome to ...

Contract Signing, Fiesta Launch 2015 and Presentation of New Parish Volunteers

Sylvia Florence V. Posadas PPC Coordinator Isang maalab na pagbati sa lahat ng naririto ngayon! – sa ating Kura Paroko, Fr. Steven Zabala, sa ating panauhing pari, Fr. Harren Salon, sa mga kinatawan ng Parish Pastoral Council, religious groups, barangay at iba pang samahan na narito ngayon (SVAI, SVLA, etc.). On behalf of the PPC, I welcome you all to this 3 in 1 gathering: 3 events in 1 occasion.First event is the contract signing ...

Fiesta 2015 Launch Message – Hermana Mayor Atty. Flor “Mini” Anastacio Esteban  October 4, 2015 PLDM

To: our beloved parish priest, Fr. Steven zabala, Our guest priest, Fr. Haren Salon the parish pastoral council the executive committee the officers and members of the different church organizations and committees the area representatives and new volunteers, beloved brothers and sisters in faith, magandang umaga po, Long before I became a parishioner of the Parish of the Lord of Divine Mercy, I have always considered this parish as my home. And throughout its 22 years of existence, I ...

GETTING TO KNOW OUR NEW HERMANA MAYOR: UP CLOSE WITH SIS. MINI

As the Parish Fiesta approaches each year, the Fiesta Committee has the delicate duty of selecting a Hermano/Hermana Mayor – an individual who will lead all of the activities alongside the Parish Priest and his Parish Pastoral Council (PPC) from its conception to its completion. Being the Hermano/Hermana is understandably not easy, yet it is one of the most rewarding experiences in the lives of those called to take on this daunting task. And considering the wealth of talent in ...

WHY I VOLUNTEERED

ELSA BALOD VELASCOCoordinator, Ministry of Greeters and Collectors (MGC) How long have you been a member of the Church community and who influenced you?I have been a volunteer of the parish for almost 12 years, panahon pa ni Fr. Ronald (Macale). Actually, it was Fr. Ronald who influenced me. Nagsimula ‘yun sa aerobics. Nag-aerobics kami noon sa Bahay Pagmamahal tapos nakita kami ni Fr. Ronald. Sabi niya, “Why not join the parish?” At doon nagsimula ang lahat-lahat. And most ...

An Interview with our Parish Priest, Fr. Steven C. Zabala

Well into his second year as the parish priest of the Parish of the Lord of Divine Mercy (PLDM), Fr. Steven Zabala has made great strides in his pastoral work. In this interview, let me share with you his thoughts on the community and his vision and dreams for the flock that he shepherds.The InterviewFirst Question: What was your first impression of PLDM and its parishioners when you arrived last January 2012?Fr. Steve said that in some of his previous ...

Mysteria Lucis: A Decade of the Luminous Mysteries

October 16, 2013 marks the 11th year since the recitation of the Holy Rosary – a centuries-old devotion held by millions of Catholics the world over – was modified by Pope John Paul II through his Apostolic Letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae (RVM). The Holy Father initiated the modification to the Rosary, known to be his favorite prayer, in an effort to spark a renewed interest in the devotion.Offering his insights on the Rosary as a form of Christ-centered contemplative prayer, ...

Timeline: History of Parish of the Lord of Divine Mercy

1964 East Malaya Avenue Subdivision, one of Central Bank’s housing projects, which was later renamed to Sikatuna Village, was established. The villagers sought spiritual nourishment from the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish (IHMP) or Claret Church at Malihim Street in Teachers’ Village. Masses were also arranged by the homeowners in the village, but since there was no chapel yet, these were done along the streets. Priests were invited from the IHMP and ...