Hidilyn Diaz

Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan. In a special way, Archbishop Brown said …

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan. In a special way, Archbishop Brown said …

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan. In a special way, Archbishop Brown said …

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan. In a special way, Archbishop Brown said …

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan. In a special way, Archbishop Brown said …

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan. In a special way, Archbishop Brown said …

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan. In a special way, Archbishop Brown said …

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

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Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan. In a special way, Archbishop Brown said …

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan. In a special way, Archbishop Brown said …

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila congratulates Hidilyn Diaz for first Olympic Gold Medal

Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “Sa ngalan ng buong …

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Hidilyn Diaz

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan.

In a special way, Archbishop Brown said that this was not only for Filipinos to celebrate but also a celebration for the Catholic faithful especially when the gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz, proudly showed off her devotion to Mary through the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

“Of course our joy was multiplied by Hidilyn Diaz winning that gold medal in weight lifting and then attributed it to Our Lady and showing the Miraculous Medal… And that, of course, a pride not only to Filipinos but to the Catholics around the world,” said the Papal Nuncio during the program Pastoral Visit on-air in Radio Veritas.

Hidilyn Diaz, a Filipino weightlifter, won the gold medal in the 55 kg weightlifting women’s competition. This was the very first time in history that the Philippines won gold at the Olympics.

Overall, Filipino athletes achieved four medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics: one gold, 2 silver, and one bronze. It was recorded as the highest number of Olympic medals in the country since the 1932 Olympics. (Fatima Llanza/RCAM-AOC)

 

Olympic Gold of Hidilyn pride for all Filipinos and for Catholics

Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to the Philippines, expressed his congratulations to the Filipino athletes who joined the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Japan. In a special way, Archbishop Brown said …

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Hidilyn Diaz

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Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula congratulates Filipina athlete Hidilyn Diaz for bringing home the first Olympic gold medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

“Sa ngalan ng buong Archdiocese of Manila, binabati ko si Ms. Hidilyn Diaz sa kanyang tagumpay sa Olympics 2020,” Cardinal Advincula said in the message he sent to Radio Veritas.

“Salamat, Hidilyn, sa napakalaking karangalan na ibinigay mo sa ating bansa. Ang tagumpay mo ay nagbibigay liwanag, inspirasyon, at pag-asa sa aming lahat, lalo na sa mahirap na panahong ito,” he added.

The 30-year old Filipina weightlifter from Zamboanga won the first gold medal for the Philippines since the country’s first appearance in the Olympics in 1924. Diaz won in the women’s 55 kg category for weightlifting and made an Olympic record after lifting a combined weight of 224 kg.

Cardinal Advincula also recognized Diaz’s faith and devotion to the Lord and to the Blessed Virgin Mary that led her to victory.

“Salamat din sa iyong pagpapatotoo sa iyong matibay na pananampalataya sa Diyos at malalim na pag-ibig sa Mahal na Birheng Maria. Salamat sa pagpapaalala sa amin na walang tunay na tagumpay kung hindi ito nagmumula sa Diyos,” Cardinal Advincula said.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines issued a statement on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, congratulating Diaz for bringing pride and honor to the Philippines.

“On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, I extend my utmost gratitude to Hidilyn for bringing honor to our country with her determined spirit and undying passion for what she does,” Archbishop Romulo Valles, CBCP President said in the statement.

“Her victory was captured through many lenses and in one of these photos was her holding the gold medal and wearing a Miraculous Medal of Our Lady on her chest. We admire her devotion to the Blessed Mother as she carried in her victory her great faith in God,” he added. (Jheng Prado/RCAM-AOC)

 

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