TWO NEW ASPIRANTS WELCOMED BY THE SONS OF CHARITY COMMUNITY
by sem. Osben Pantorella
The call of God inspires two young men coming from the different region in the Philippines to follow the charisma of Fr. Jean Emile Anizan.
They were Jakbert Mendoza and Prence Philip Quillo. Jackbert is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Orland and Carmen Mendoza. Jack is from Tarlac and had finished studying philosophy in Our Lady of the Angels College Seminary. Along his voyage in the Diocese he had been discover that his call is not to become a diocesan priest but for the religious community. He believes that the miracle that is happening to his life right now is because of the divine providence.
Prence Philip Quillo also is an aspirant of the Sons of Charity who is aiming to become a religious priest someday. He comes from Dumaguete, Negros Oriental. He is the second to the youngest among the five siblings of Mr. and Mrs. Ruel and Jenelyn Quillo. His life as a youth in their parish inspired him to enter in the priestly religious life.
They were welcomed by the members of the congregation last June 29, 2014 at Oblates of Mary Immaculate retreat house by a simple celebration.
Jackbert is now a second year student of Theology at Inter-Congregational Theological Center, while Prence is studying in St. Camillus College Seminary as pre-college also known as Orientation Year. The new aspirants together with the two postulants are under the supervision of Rev. Fr. Jhonas Enopia FC as their formator.
NEW LOCAL SUPERIOR
Fr. Daniel Godefroy, FC was formally introduced to the Sons of Charity Philippine Branch by the Superior General himself as newly elected Local Superior during the culmination mass of the yearly gathering of the Sons of Charity in Negros Oriental last April 25, 2014
FC GOES TO NEGROS ORIENTAL
Despite of the very busy schedules of the different communities of the Sons of Charity-Philippines, they still found time to have their prayers, rest and recreation together in the place of Fr. Jhonas Enopia, FC in Zamboanguita, Negros Oriental on March 23-28, 2014. The said activity was part of the yearly gathering of the Sons of Charity in the Philippines.
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