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Holy Week Schedule at the Good Shepherd Convent in Quezon City

Submitted by: regina
On: 13/04/2014

 


Good Shepherd Convent
1043 Aurora Blvd. Quezon City

 

 




Palm Sunday

– April 13, 2014, 
Mass at 7 a.m.

--  Fr. Symon SJ

 

 

Holy Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

– April 14-16, 2014

·         Mass at 6:30 a.m.

 
 


Holy Thursday
– April 17, 2014

·         Mass of the Last Supper -5:00 p.m.
                                 --------- Fr. Dan Cancino, MI

·         Vigil Adoration up to 12 midnight (Visita Iglesia)

 

Good Friday – April 18, 2014

·         Services at 3:00 p.m. -------- Fr. Edwin Borlasa, MSC

 

Easter Vigil – April 19, 2014

·         Mass at 9:00 p.m.  ------------ Fr.  Mike Lambino, SJ

 

Easter Sunday – April 20, 2012

·         Mass at 7:00 am    ------------  Fr. Dan Cancino, MI

 


From Message of Pope Francis for Lent 2014


"...In imitation of our Master, we Christians are called to confront the poverty of our brothers and sisters, to touch it, to make it our own and to take practical steps to alleviate it. 
Destitution is not the same as poverty: destitution is poverty without faith, without support, without hope. There are three types of destitution: material, moral and spiritual. Material destitution is what is normally called poverty, and affects those living in conditions opposed to human dignity: those who lack basic rights and needs such as food, water, hygiene, work and the opportunity to develop and grow culturally. In response to this destitution, the Church offers her help, her diakonia, in meeting these needs and binding these wounds which disfigure the face of humanity. In the poor and outcast we see Christ’s face; by loving and helping the poor, we love and serve Christ. Our efforts are also directed to ending violations of human dignity, discrimination and abuse in the world, for these are so often the cause of destitution. When power, luxury and money become idols, they take priority over the need for a fair distribution of wealth. Our consciences thus need to be converted to justice, equality, simplicity and sharing...."