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Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

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In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

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Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

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In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

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As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

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Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap Read More »

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

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In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

News and Events

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap Read More »

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It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

News and Events

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

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News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

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News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap Read More »

News and Events

It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

News and Events

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

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Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

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In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

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Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

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In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

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News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

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News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

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Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

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In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

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Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

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In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula Read More »

News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

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Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

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In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

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News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching can help.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

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News and Events

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15 Read More »

News and Events

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

News and Events

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month   Read More »

News and Events

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula

“Parents are the first catechists of their children.” This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023. In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are …

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Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15.

In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia on August 31.

He first expressed his intention of writing a document during his general audience at St. Peter’s Square last June 7 as he joined the faithful in prayer before St. Therese’s relics to mark the saint’s 150th birth anniversary and centenary of her beatification this year.

That same day in the afternoon, the Pope entered the Gemelli Hospital in Rome for his laparotomy procedure.

Aside from the apostolic letter, he also granted a Jubilee Year in her honor which started during her 150th birth anniversary last January 2 and will end on January 7, 2024.

Born in Alencon,France on January 2, 1873 as Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin,St. Therese was the youngest child of watchmaker Louis Martin and jeweler Azélie-Marie Guérin who both intended to become monk and nun, respectively, before knowing each other in 1858.

St. Therese died at the age of 24 on September 30, 1897 and was beatified on April 29,1923 by Pope Pius XI.

She was canonized almost two years later, May 17, 1925. (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Pope Francis set to release apostolic letter on St. Therese of Lisieux on Oct. 15

Pope Francis announced that an apostolic letter about St. Therese of Lisieux, popularly known as St. Therese of the Child Jesus, will be published on October 15. In a report by the Catholic News Agency on September 2, the Holy Father made the statement before journalists who were on board the papal flight to Mongolia …

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission.

Positions Available:

  1. IT Staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field.
  • Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  1. Office Assistant
  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Basic Microsoft Office skills.
  • Familiarity with social media.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of seminary and RCAM structure is a plus.
  • How to Apply:

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

Human Resource Development Department
3rd Floor, Arzobispado de Manila,
121 Arzobispo St., Intramuros, Manila.

Application hours: Monday,Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

You can also email your application to: hrd@rcam.org. Please include “IT Staff Application” or “Office Assistant Application” in the subject line. Please address your inquiries to Ms. Eloisa S. Necesito.

 

 

 

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks. Effective communication and interpersonal skills. Office Assistant Bachelor’s degree. Basic Microsoft Office …

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In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young.

According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given recognition because apart from imparting knowledge to students, they help in the molding and nurturing of talents, skills, and potentials of the youth who are the future of the nation.

“Kilalanin ang natatanging ambag ng mga guro sa paghuhubog sa mga bata at kabataan sa pagkakaroon ng puso at isip n amay pagmamahal s Diyos, bayan, kapwa, at kalikasan, nawa sa pagdiriwang na ito ay hndi lang mabigyang pasasalamat ang ating mga guro kundi makahikayat dn ng maraming mga kabataang maging guro,” Bishop Presto told Radio Veritas.

Bishop Presto asked the students to express their appreciation in various ways to their teachers who dedicated their time and lives to form them into good citizens of the world. 

He also encouraged them to offer prayers to these educators who are already retired and are experiencing sickness because of old age

“Inaanyayahan ko ang mga learners na magpahayag ng appreciation sa ating mga guro s iba’t ibang pamamaraan, isama dn natin sa ating dasal ang mga gurong may sakit, at mga retired na teachers,

This year, the Department of Education has designated the theme “Together4Teachers” in commemoration of National Teachers Month and also the celebration of World Teachers’ Day on October 05. 

The National Teachers’ Month is celebrated to acknowledge the important roles of teachers in shaping the future of the society. The celebration also invites the people to be in solidarity with the teachers in creating a brighter future for education in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

 

CBCP recognizes educators in celebration of National Teachers’ Month  

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) honors the teachers and their roles in shaping the hearts and minds of the young. According to San Fernando La Union Bishop Daniel Presto, vice chairman of the commission, these educators should be given …

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As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino Catholics to participate in Traslacion Roadmap and become a “beacon of hope in the promotion of environmental care, efficient disaster response, and just social transformation”.

“Let us make this strategic object of our Traslacion Roadmap a reality by planning and designing programs on formation that lead to ecological conversion. More sustainable care for our common home projects and programs that will ensure a safe and sustainable future for the next generations,” he stated.

The Archbishop of Manila also encouraged everybody to “organize a community, institutional, parish, and even family showing and reflection on the Laudato Si movie, The Letter” to deepen love and respect for God the Creator through His creation.

Cardinal Advincula took the opportunity to inform the faithful of the actions made by the Archdiocese of Manila to respond to the call of Pope Francis through Laudato Si such as divesting investments from destructive businesses, relentless support to all environmental protect and preservation initiatives, promotion of food safety and security to address hunger, and mobilizing various institutions to become part of Laudato Si Action Platform to achieve integral ecology.

He also asked all parishes and church institutions to make every Sunday of the Season of Creation a parish Laudato Si Sunday, organize their respective ecology ministries and lead Season of Creation events in their respective communities.

The Season of Creation is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church from September 1 to October 5, and was launched in the Archdiocese of Manila in 2012, with the purpose of praising, thanking and recognizing the works of God the Creator, and broadening public awareness in protecting His creations.

This year’s theme “Let Justice and Peace Flow”, according to the official website of the Season of Creation, was inspired by the words of the Prophet Amos in the Old Testament (Am 5:24) to encourage the faithful “to join the river of justice and peace, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate justice and the loss of biodiversity.” (Lem Leal Santiago/RCAM-AOC)

 

Cardinal Advincula urges faithful to help protect the environment via Traslacion Roadmap

As the Catholic Church commenced this year’s Season of Creation, His Eminence Jose Cardinal Advincula encouraged the Filipino faithful to take part in formulating local programs for the protection of the environment through the Traslacion Roadmap project of the Archdiocese of Manila. In a circular released on August 31, Cardinal Advincula called on every Filipino …

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“Parents are the first catechists of their children.”

This was the message of Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula during the celebration of the 400 years of Christianity in Palawan last August 25, 2023.

In his message, the Cardinal reminded the Mass attendees especially parents of their duties to catechize their children because they are their first teachers.

“Parents are the first catechists of their children. You are the first missionaries at home. You are the first to introduce God to your children,” Cardinal Advincual said.

The Cardinal delivered this message in celebration of the National Catechetical Month this September, with the theme ‘Revitalizing the gifts of being, becoming, and belonging to the Ministry of Catechists,’ stressing that the shaping and nourishing of the faith of a child begins in every home where Christ is first introduced.

He also encouraged the faithful to be active catechists in the parishes and continue to fulfill their missionary role of propagating the Word of God in society.

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (CBCP-ECCCE) is leading the celebration of the catechetical month in commemoration of San Lorenzo Ruiz, the pintakasi of catechists and the first Filipino saint who was murdered because of standing firm for his faith.

According to Veritas News, the data collected by the National Catechetical Studies states that there are only approximately 50 thousand catechists in the Philippines who are involved in teaching the 80 million Catholics in the country. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

“Parents are the first catechists of their children,” says Cardinal Advincula