A program that aims to bridge the Catholic church to its people by the Commission on Social Services and Development (CSSD) of the Archdiocese of Manila featuring each ministry that belongs to the CSSD. The program will feature the services and programs of the ministry particularly those of extending help and providing assistance to the people especially to the poor regardless of religion.
The CSSD held the online launching of the program which was called Serbisyo Katoliko last May 13, 2021.
Serbisyo Katoliko is hosted by Fr. Enrico Martin Adoviso, Commissioner of CSSD held every Thursday at 7 pm.
“Ang alam natin sa salitang katoliko ay universal lahat niyayakap. At yun po ang kagandahan katuald ni hesus niyakap niya nag lahat wala siyang tinanggihan wala siyang tinaboy,” Fr. Adoviso said during the launching.
“Kaya po Serbisyon Katoliko sapagkat ang Serbisyo Katoliko ay hindi lang para sa Katoliko. Yun po yung maganda sa pagiging Katoliko, lahat po niyayakap natin ano man ang pananampalataya, ano man ang iyong pinaniniwalan, wala ka mang pinaniniwalanaan ay tutugon po kami,”he said.
“Tutugon ang simbahang Katoliko sa pamamagitan ng kanyang ministry na tugunan ang pangangailangan ng tao. Ito po yung tatak ng simbahang Katoliko, niyayakap ang lahat,” he added.
Here is the list of the ministries that will be featured in the episodes of Serbisyo Katoliko: Caritas Manila, Domus Mariae Foundation, Damayan Program, Ministry on Ecology, PPCRV, Sanlakbay, Ministry on Public Affairs, Ministry on Persons with Disabilities, Ministry for Labor Concerns, Pondo ng Pinoy-RCAM, Ministry on Restorative Justice, Handicapped Center Lourdes, Ministry on Health Care.
Caritas Manila, the social service arm of the Archdiocese of Manila is one of the ministries to be featured in Serbisyo Katoliko. Since the surge of the pandemic last January 2020, Caritas Manila has been providing humanitarian assistance to those who are directly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. They have distributed more than a million pesos worth of give checks to families suffering from poverty especially during COVID-19 outbreak.
The Ministry on Health Care has also maximized its services during the pandemic by providing health and spiritual care to COVID-19 patients. They have provided facilities and conducted spiritual formation and webinars on the mental and spiritual development of the patients and their families.
Serbisyo Katoliko is aired on the Facebook page of Commission on Social Services and Development – Archdiocese of Manila. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)