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    Alay Kapwa National Launching in Luzon 2015

    More than 100 participants from 20 Luzon Dioceses joined the National Launching of Alay Kapwa hosted by the Archdiocese of Nueva Segovia on 24-25 February 2015 at the NSCC Hotel, Caoayan, Ilocos Sur. The occasion was blessed with the presence and active participation of 3 Bishops, Bp. Juanich of the Apostolic Vicariate of Taytay, Palawan, the Auxilliary Bishop David William Antonio and Archbishop Marlo Peralta of Nueva Segovia. The Launching started with Invocation and National Anthem by students of the Divine Word College, followed by a Welcome Address by Msgr. Cosmenio Rosimo, Vicar General of the Archdiocese. Basic Orientation Seminar…

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    AK40 40 4-d-4 Project Tally Board

    The AK40 40 4-d-4 (for the Poor) Tally Board   Thank you for sharing your time, treasure and talent!   Donors of Twenty Thousand Diocese of Tagbilaran (First Diocesan-Donor)               Donors of Five Thousand Mr. and Mrs. Julian and Marcela Samson (first Family-Donor)               Donors of Two Thousand Ms Cynthia Correa (first staff-donor)                 Summary tally Board (as of 10 December 2014):      Countdown: Last 39 weeks (27,000) 39/40 (27000/4000000) as of 10 December 2014   Please help fill the gaps…

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    Forty for the Poor (40 4-d-4) Project

      Next year, 2015, marks the 40th year of the Alay Kapwa Program of the Philippine Catholic Church. Created in 1975 by the Catholic Bishops, Alay Kapwa is the Lenten Evangelization-Action Program implemented by the CBCP National Secretariat for Social Action, Justice and Peace (CBCP-NASSA) as part of its commitment to transform a society enlivened by the Gospel values of justice and peace, and love for our brothers and sisters in Christ with preferential option for the poor and marginalized. The number “40” is a symbol of God’s faithfulness to His promise of liberation from slavery and oppression. It is…

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    Alay Kapwa 40 Logo

    The Image of Man in the Number 40 Four (4) formed a bended body while zero (0) a bowed down head signifies a person in HUMILITY, thanking God for the Gift of Service. Gratefulness to God for all the blessings manifested in our act of service to our neighbours especially the “poor”. The Colour – Ruby signifies love. It is a faithful passionate commitment to be of Service to the people of God especially the poor. The Theme (Matthew 25 :40) forming an arch that makes the man seems like a hunch-back signifies not a burden to the service, but…

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    Year of the Poor Logo… explained

      CRUCIFIX: The Crucified Lord, the center of all our engagement with, in, for and to the poor, gazing into us. On His Cross, Jesus is always with us… stripped of His clothes, His dignity, His possessions, His power, His strength. By the poverty, Jesus saved us. He is fully with the unwashed, the oppressed, the scorned, the powerless, the miserable and the outcast. Jesus is calling us to SEE everyone as His beloveds… to look at each other the way He gazes into us. The Man Colored in Red: Red symbolizes “Blood” – sacrifice of Christ to give Life……

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20150225_163325

Alay Kapwa National Launching in Luzon 2015

More than 100 participants from 20 Luzon Dioceses joined the National Launching of Alay Kapwa hosted by the Archdiocese of Nueva Segovia on 24-25 February 2015 at the NSCC Hotel,

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20150225_163325

Alay Kapwa National Launching in Luzon 2015

More than 100 participants from 20 Luzon Dioceses joined the National Launching of Alay Kapwa hosted by the Archdiocese of Nueva Segovia on 24-25 February 2015 at the NSCC Hotel,