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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection   Read More »

RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection   Read More »

RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection   Read More »

RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

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The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

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RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

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RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection   Read More »

RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection   Read More »

RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

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RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

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RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

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RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

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RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

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RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

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RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection   Read More »

RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection   Read More »

RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

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RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

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RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

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RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

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RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

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RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

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RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

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RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

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RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

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RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection   Read More »

RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

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RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

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RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

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RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

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RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

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RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

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RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

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RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

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RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

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RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants Read More »

RCAM

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman …

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development Read More »

RCAM

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

Archdiocese of Manila SOCOM Ministry holds Lenten Recollection  

More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San …

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RCAM

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

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday

The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30. “The …

Archdiocese of Manila to hold Bloodletting drive for Cardinal Advincula’s Birthday Read More »

RCAM

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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

 

 

 

RCAM Job Opening

RCAM is in need of individuals dedicated to our Church’s mission. Positions Available: IT Staff Bachelor’s degree in IT, Computer Science, or related field. Proven experience in tech support, troubleshooting, …

RCAM Job Opening Read More »

RCAM

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023.

The event was participated by more than fifty social communications ministers of parishes under the different vicariates of the Archdiocese of Manila.

In his homily during the first day of the event, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM emphasized to the SOCOM ministers their faith deepens and grows in love as they serve the Lord faithfully.

Fr. Bellen is hopeful that aside from the skills they acquire, the event will lead them into a fervent devotion to Jesus awhile serving the Church.

“Alam mo you’re doing it for the love of the Lord. That you may know more Jesus, that you may love more Jesus and you may serve more Jesus,” he said.

“We have to push further, not because so that we can brag more. Always remember it’s all about perfection. We hope to know God more so that we are able to love Him more and eventually be able to serve His people all the more,” he added.

He stressed that it is uniquely important that the learning process in the ministry is continuous amidst mediocrity.

“Hopefully we know the reason why because we want to love God, the more by serving him better because God deserves nothing but the best,” he said.

The priest also reminded the participants to always do good because it is a sign of their love for the Lord.

“We should move further and be able to say gagawa ako ng tama at mabuti kasi mahal ko ang Diyos,” he said.

With the theme “Speaking with the heart “The truth in love” (Eph 4:15),” the three-day event included a series of talks, activities, and workshops for the social communications ministers to develop their technical skills and social media management in the Archdiocese of Manila. (Hazel Boquiren | Photo by Mio Angelo Hermoso/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery – Day 1, Day 2, Day 3)

 

“God deserves nothing but the best,” priest says to Media Camp participants

The Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications (ACSC) of the Archdiocese of Manila held a three-day Media Camp at the St. Michael Retreat House in Antipolo City, from June 15-17, 2023. …

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The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has acknowledged the efforts of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila (RCAM) in establishing the Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (MCSED). CDA Chairman Joseph Encabo commended the MCSED for its primary goal of assisting the impoverished members and employees of Church-Based Cooperatives towards progress.

“As servants of the Lord, we are called to love and serve our neighbors, especially those in need. I am glad that this ministry aims to do just that by helping church-based cooperatives, volunteers, and the vulnerable sectors of our society to create more sustainable livelihoods. You have the chance to make a real difference in your communities and in the lives of the people around you,” Chairman Encabo told Radio Veritas.

Alongside the recognition, Encabo expressed delight in RCAM’s promotion of the cooperative spirit, which emphasizes collaboration among members. It is anticipated that the MCSED’s positive influence will benefit businesses in the future, strengthening the church’s unity to enhance the quality of life for citizens through cooperatives.

“On this significant event, may you keep on serving your members and the Filipino community with honor and courtesy. May the ministry be a beacon of hope and an instrument of positive change for those who need it most. Let us unite in upholding our collective principles of cooperativism, excellence, commitment, integrity, and teamwork,” Chairman Encabo added.

With the assistance of MCSED, all Church-Based Cooperatives in Metro Manila will be gathered and unified, while enhancing the knowledge and skills of cooperative managers to collectively grow the savings of its members.

Based on data from the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), there are approximately 11 million Filipinos who are members of 11,000 registered cooperatives in the Philippines. Among these figures, there are around 140 registered Church-Based and Agri-Church-Based cooperatives.

The recognition of RCAM’s Ministry of Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development by the CDA serves as a testament to the significant role that church-based cooperatives play in uplifting the lives of the marginalized and promoting sustainable livelihoods. As the MCSED continues its endeavors, it is hoped that its efforts will inspire other sectors of society to embrace the cooperative spirit and contribute to the nation’s overall progress. (Luis Angelo Sta. Maria/Volunteer Writer/San Felipe Neri Parish | Photo from Radio Veritas)

 

Archdiocese of Manila recognized for Promoting Cooperative Development

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More than 130 social communication ministers of the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila attended the Social Communications Ministry (SOCOM) General Assembly and Lenten Recollection held at the San Pedro Calungsod Youth Center (Knights of Columbus Building) in Intramuros, Manila last March 18, 2023.

The gathering was aimed at helping the ministers to deepen their faith as they prepare for Lent. It also allows them to have spiritual renewal and conversion of the heart while they undertake their duties and responsibilities in the ministry.

Rev. Fr. Carmelo Arada, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Manila and Parish Priest of Santisima Trinidad Parish gave the Lenten recollection titled “By your holy cross you have redeemed the world: An invitation to the Heart of Jesus” while Rev. Fr. Reginald Malicdem, Vicar General and Vice Moderator Curiae of the Archdiocese of Manila and Mission Station Priest of Our Lady of Hope Chapel (Landmark) tackled the importance of  “Rich rituals and symbols of Lent and Holy Week.”

In his opening message, Rev. Fr. Roy Bellen, 2nd Assistant Commissioner of RCAM SOCOM stressed the importance of the spirit of synodality in the SOCOM ministry.

“As you do your ministry, whatever it is, at sa atin po in our case, we are SOCOM, we are also obliged to listen. Pag si Father nag-homily, we listen. Pag merong consecration, we kneel. Pag meron pong ritual, we also respond and take part. We are also part of the congregation,” he said.

Fr. Bellen also encouraged the SOCOM ministers to make the Lent and Holy Week seasons a faith-enriching experience for the faithful.

“Please help the parish have a meaningful celebration with what we are doing. Yung ating coverage, yung atin pong broadcast, yung atin pong documentation. Sa atin pong nandito, please try to make it indeed a memorable experience especially after po ng pandemya,” he added.

Organized by the Archdiocesan Commission on Social Communications in coordination with the Archdiocesan Office of Communications, the SOCOM General Assembly is a quarterly event that desires to respond to the challenges and changes of the times to make good use of the various and available means of social communication in the mission of evangelization.

The commission is headed by Rev. Msgr. Jose Clemente F. Ignacio with Rev. Fathers Joselito Buernafe and Roy Bellen as assistant commissioners. (Hazel Boquiren and Jheng Prado | Photo by Maricar Santos/RCAM-AOC | Photogallery)

 

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The Archdiocese of Manila will conduct a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Manila Archbishop Jose F. Cardinal Advincula who will celebrate his 71st birthday on March 30.

“The Human Resource Development Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila would like to appeal to you and to your relatives and friends, to donate blood on March 30, 2023, to commemorate the 71st birthday of our Archbishop, Jose F. Cardinal Advincula, D.D.,” said Fr. Sanny De Claro, Director of RCAM HRDD in a memo released on February 17, 2023.

The bloodletting event titled “Dugo na regalo mo, buhay para sa kapwa mo,” will be held at the fourth Floor of Arzobispado de Manila building in Intramuros, Manila on March 30, 2023, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The RCAM-HRDD organized the event in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross.

In the past years, the Archdiocese of Manila holds a bloodletting activity as a birthday gift to Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila who is assigned as the Pro-Prefect of the Dicastery of Evangalization in Rome.

For inquiries, please call the HRDD office at telephone number 8527-3956 and look for Joel Madronio. (Jheng Prado / RCAM-AOC)

 

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

Positions Available:

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

Interested candidates can submit their applications to:

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

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

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