Commission on Social Advocacies - COSA, Archdiocese of Cebu

The Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA), Archdiocese of Cebu, is a commission of the Archdiocese of Cebu established 2014 that primarily supports the varied advocacies of the marginalized sectors within the Archdiocese.

Through its mandate, COSA hopes that the Church raise the consciousness of various Philippine Societal issues through principles outlined in, Catholic Social teaching, Vatican II, and the Plenary Council of the Philippines II, which is highlights the Church’s commitment towards a preferential option for the poor.

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Help instead of ‘red-tagging’ community pantries — bishop 22/04/2021

Help instead of ‘red-tagging’ community pantries — bishop

“‘Bayanihan’ is not a crime,” [Bishop] David said. “Aren’t you thankful that people are voluntarily helping each other?”

Help instead of ‘red-tagging’ community pantries — bishop Instead of red-tagging, a Catholic bishop said community pantry organizers should be supported and such initiative be encouraged.

22/04/2021

LOOK! Archbishop Jose Palma's message for COSA's 5th Anniversary of service to the Archdiocese of Cebu given during the "COSA turns 5, Gifted to Give: to Serve the Anawim" online event.

Read below for a transcript for of his Eminence's statement:

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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

Greetings of Peace in the Risen Christ!

“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.” (Jn. 14:27)

As you renew the challenge to proclaim the Gospel to all peoples – especially to the poor, the oppressed, the weak and the vulnerable, may we also strive to bring Christ’s peace to them. This is their consolation amidst the brokenness, the injustice, hate and violence that the world is experiencing today.

May this gathering, although mostly virtual, be an inspiration to us all as we celebrate 500 Years of Christianity. The faith came to us as peaceful as possible despite the fact that it was also brought by colonizers. Let us also be the peace and consolation of our suffering brethren as we bring their voice for the world to be heard.

Congratulations to the organizers, participants and to all of you: my assurance of prayers for the success of this event!


With my paternal blessing,

I remain

+ JOSE S. PALMA, D.D
Archbishop of Cebu

LOOK! Archbishop Jose Palma's message for COSA's 5th Anniversary of service to the Archdiocese of Cebu given during the "COSA turns 5, Gifted to Give: to Serve the Anawim" online event.

Read below for a transcript for of his Eminence's statement:

_______________________________________________________________________

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

Greetings of Peace in the Risen Christ!

“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.” (Jn. 14:27)

As you renew the challenge to proclaim the Gospel to all peoples – especially to the poor, the oppressed, the weak and the vulnerable, may we also strive to bring Christ’s peace to them. This is their consolation amidst the brokenness, the injustice, hate and violence that the world is experiencing today.

May this gathering, although mostly virtual, be an inspiration to us all as we celebrate 500 Years of Christianity. The faith came to us as peaceful as possible despite the fact that it was also brought by colonizers. Let us also be the peace and consolation of our suffering brethren as we bring their voice for the world to be heard.

Congratulations to the organizers, participants and to all of you: my assurance of prayers for the success of this event!


With my paternal blessing,

I remain

+ JOSE S. PALMA, D.D
Archbishop of Cebu

22/04/2021

COSA turns 5, Gifted to Give: to Serve the Anawim

COSA turns 5, Gifted to Give: to Serve the Anawim

17/04/2021

The Commission on Social Advocacies- (COSA) would like to invite you all to an online gathering dubbed as "COSA turns 5, Gifted to Give: to Serve the Anawim" this upcoming April 22, 2021 (Thursday) starting 9:00am.

You can register to be part of the zoom session here: https://forms.gle/5NKn2C6qETM14ybX6
Or livestream here on the COSA page!

We hope to see you all there, God Bless 🙏

The Commission on Social Advocacies- (COSA) would like to invite you all to an online gathering dubbed as "COSA turns 5, Gifted to Give: to Serve the Anawim" this upcoming April 22, 2021 (Thursday) starting 9:00am.

You can register to be part of the zoom session here: https://forms.gle/5NKn2C6qETM14ybX6
Or livestream here on the COSA page!

We hope to see you all there, God Bless 🙏

26/03/2021

In preparation for the remembrance of Our Lord and Savior's passion and death, The Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA) would like to invite you all to an online gathering dubbed as "Ang Kalbaryo ug Hagit sa Katawhan Sa Kasamtangan Panahon" on Good Friday, this upcoming April 2nd, 2021 starting 9am.

The online event will include a Station of the Cross devotion lead by those of the Church as well as by different sectors throughout the Cebu Archdiocese.

You can register to be part of the zoom session here: https://forms.gle/C1wvmMxxkMrkmT8k9
Or livestream here on the COSA page!

We hope to see you all there, God Bless 🙏

In preparation for the remembrance of Our Lord and Savior's passion and death, The Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA) would like to invite you all to an online gathering dubbed as "Ang Kalbaryo ug Hagit sa Katawhan Sa Kasamtangan Panahon" on Good Friday, this upcoming April 2nd, 2021 starting 9am.

The online event will include a Station of the Cross devotion lead by those of the Church as well as by different sectors throughout the Cebu Archdiocese.

You can register to be part of the zoom session here: https://forms.gle/C1wvmMxxkMrkmT8k9
Or livestream here on the COSA page!

We hope to see you all there, God Bless 🙏

19/03/2021

SOLEMNITY in honor of St. Joseph, the Spouse of Mary and THANKSGIVING MASS for the 71st Birthday Celebration of CEBU ARCHBISHOP JOSE S. PALMA

12/03/2021
11/03/2021

COSA invites you all to Join us tomorrow for a "Misa Alang sa Mga Carbon Vendors", tomorrow March 12 presided by Rev. Fr. Rogelio Bag-ao, SVD!

The Mass will be livestreamed here directly to Facebook at 3pm.

For those who would like to donate, you can share through this Gcash account:

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Thank you and we hope to see you all there, God Bless! 🙏

COSA invites you all to Join us tomorrow for a "Misa Alang sa Mga Carbon Vendors", tomorrow March 12 presided by Rev. Fr. Rogelio Bag-ao, SVD!

The Mass will be livestreamed here directly to Facebook at 3pm.

For those who would like to donate, you can share through this Gcash account:

Jon Neil Perfecio
09055620635

Thank you and we hope to see you all there, God Bless! 🙏

Catholic Church group joins calls for probe into Calabarzon raids – The Manila Times 11/03/2021

Catholic Church group joins calls for probe into Calabarzon raids – The Manila Times

“We vow, as a Church, always to protect the sanctity of life of everyone, and defend the rights of the poor and the vulnerable,”

Catholic Church group joins calls for probe into Calabarzon raids – The Manila Times THE Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), through its social action and justice arm, has joined the sn*******ng move for an impartial investigation into Sunday’s joint police-military operations in the Cavite-Laguna-Batangas-Rizal-Quezon (Calabarzon) region that resulted in the...

Photos from One Faith One Nation One Voice's post 11/03/2021

"Activism for social change seeks to address injustices and inadequacies in the systems, policies, and programs of governance. State-sponsored killings of activists should never be made acceptable..."

11/03/2021

In line with our efforts to present the plight of our Lumad brothers and sisters, the Saint Theresa's College of Cebu, College Department, in partnership with the Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA) present an Online Forum with the theme "Celebrating God's Gift of Christian Charity and the Lumad's Concept of Community" with our resource speaker REV. FR. CHRISTIAN MARAVE, O'Carm.

We express our heartfelt gratitude to the administration of STC particularly the College Department for making this event possible. Kita kits ugma.

In line with our efforts to present the plight of our Lumad brothers and sisters, the Saint Theresa's College of Cebu, College Department, in partnership with the Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA) present an Online Forum with the theme "Celebrating God's Gift of Christian Charity and the Lumad's Concept of Community" with our resource speaker REV. FR. CHRISTIAN MARAVE, O'Carm.

We express our heartfelt gratitude to the administration of STC particularly the College Department for making this event possible. Kita kits ugma.

Brave Myanmar nuns refuse to be silenced by military power - UCA News 10/03/2021

Brave Myanmar nuns refuse to be silenced by military power - UCA News

Brave Myanmar nuns refuse to be silenced by military power - UCA News As a Kachin nun earns global plaudits for her courage, more sisters are standing with the people against oppression

08/03/2021

READ: The lay arm of the CBCP joins in condemning the police raids on Sunday that left at least 9 activists dead.

08/03/2021

This is the initial statement of the Episcopal Commission on Social Action, Justice and Peace on the "Bloody Sunday" incident last Sunday, March 7, 2021. #WeAreCaritas #justiceandpeace4all

[03/05/21]   We would like apologize to all the participants and viewers of the "Misa Alang sa mga Kaigsoonang Lumad" who were unable or had difficulty in viewing the livestream or joining the zoom session of the respective celebration. There were unexpected technical difficulties with the internet connection that hindered the livestream from performing smoothly.

A recording of the mass should be uploaded later today. We invite you all to celebrate the mass of Rev. Fr. Joiezl Fern Piñon, O.Carm as well as listen to his Homily, as we continue to advocate the dignity of our indigenous brothers and sisters, The Lumad.

We thank all of you for your continued patience, support, and prayers during these times. As always, Follow Christ and Serve the People 🙏

05/03/2021

Misa Alang sa mga Kaigsoonang Lumad

05/03/2021

Misa Alang sa mga Kaigsoonang Lumad

Misa Alang sa mga Kaigsoonang Lumad

04/03/2021

Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA), Archdiocese of Cebu

invites you to an Online Solidarity Mass, “Misa Alang sa mga Kaigsoonang Lumad” with Rev. Fr. Joiezl Fern Piñon, O.Carm., as Mass Presider on March 5, 2021 (Friday), 3:00PM.
For your Special Intentions & donations pls, contact COSA.

Please click this link to register!
https://forms.gle/61nwoGVpLG1KX4Ea8

Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA), Archdiocese of Cebu

invites you to an Online Solidarity Mass, “Misa Alang sa mga Kaigsoonang Lumad” with Rev. Fr. Joiezl Fern Piñon, O.Carm., as Mass Presider on March 5, 2021 (Friday), 3:00PM.
For your Special Intentions & donations pls, contact COSA.

Please click this link to register!
https://forms.gle/61nwoGVpLG1KX4Ea8

Timeline Photos 03/03/2021

Timeline Photos

BREAKING NEWS | Pope Francis to lead 500 Years of Christianity in the Philippines celebration in Rome

Pope Francis is set to lead the celebration of the commemoration of the 500 Years of Christianity in the Philippines in Italy. The celebration will be held at the Saint Peter's Basilica on March 14, 2021, 10:00AM (Rome Time) together with Cardinal Angelo De Donatis, Vicar General for His Holiness, and a Filipino himself, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples.

Due to the current pandemic restrictions, a limited number of people will be allowed to participate physically but there will be media that will cover the said event.

Source: https://www.akoaypilipino.eu/pilipino-sa-italy/paggunita-sa-italya-ng-ika-500-taon-ng-kristiyanismo-ng-pilipinas-pangungunahan-ng-santo-padre/

26/02/2021

Biblico - Theological Reflection

Biblico - Theological Reflection
February 26,2021

22/02/2021

Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA), Archdiocese of Cebu

Invites you to an online Biblico-Theological Reflection, theme: “Celebrating God's Gift of Christian Charity and the Lumads' Concept of Community” with Rev. Fr. Christian Marave, OCarm as Resource Speaker on February 26, 2021 (Friday), 2:00PM - 5:00PM.

click this link to register!
https://forms.gle/H6cV9cYeo62qEq3H9

Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA), Archdiocese of Cebu

Invites you to an online Biblico-Theological Reflection, theme: “Celebrating God's Gift of Christian Charity and the Lumads' Concept of Community” with Rev. Fr. Christian Marave, OCarm as Resource Speaker on February 26, 2021 (Friday), 2:00PM - 5:00PM.

click this link to register!
https://forms.gle/H6cV9cYeo62qEq3H9

22/02/2021

This Lent let us heed the call of St. Oscar Romero and be bearers of justice within our society! 🙏

This Lent let us heed the call of St. Oscar Romero and be bearers of justice within our society! 🙏

Bishop Pabillo on Ash Wednesday: Speak out for Lumad arrested in Cebu 17/02/2021

Bishop Pabillo on Ash Wednesday: Speak out for Lumad arrested in Cebu

“So hindi naman tama ‘yun, na imbis na i-appreciate na natutulungan ‘yung mga Lumad na mga taga-Mindanao, sinira ang mga eskuwelahan nila, at tinuturuan doon, aakusahan pa ngayon (It is not right that instead of appreciating that the Lumad from Mindanao are being helped and taught after their schools were destroyed, they are still accused),” the prelate said.

Bishop Pabillo on Ash Wednesday: Speak out for Lumad arrested in Cebu The outspoken Bishop Broderick Pabillo is the latest church leader to push back against the 'red-tagging' and arrest of the Lumad

Lent 2021: “Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem” (Mt 20:18). Lent: a Time for Renewing Faith, Hope and Love | Francis 17/02/2021

Lent 2021: “Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem” (Mt 20:18). Lent: a Time for Renewing Faith, Hope and Love | Francis

"In these times of trouble, when everything seems fragile and uncertain, it may appear challenging to speak of hope. Yet Lent is precisely the season of hope, when we turn back to God who patiently continues to care for his creation which we have often mistreated"

- Pope Francis' Message for Lent 2021

Let us be steadfast in our faith and never lose hope! 🙏

http://www.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/messages/lent/documents/papa-francesco_20201111_messaggio-quaresima2021.html

Lent 2021: “Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem” (Mt 20:18). Lent: a Time for Renewing Faith, Hope and Love | Francis Message of His Holiness for Lent 2021: “Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem” (Mt 20:18). Lent: a Time for Renewing Faith, Hope and Love

17/02/2021

Joint Statement of the Archbishop of Cebu, SVD Philippines Southern Province and the University of San Carlos regarding the mass arrest of Lumad students, teachers, and elders.

READ: Joint statement of the Archdiocese of Cebu, SVD Philippines Southern Province and University of San Carlos on the police raid inside the university's Talamban campus in Cebu City on Monday.

16/02/2021

STATEMENT ON THE TERRIFYING ILLEGAL ARREST OF LUMAD STUDENTS

"The King will reply, 'Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.' "
- Matthew 25:40

The Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA) of the Archdiocese of Cebu condemn the “rescue operation” done by the Philippine National Police Regional Office 7 yesterday, February 15, 2021 against Lumad students, teachers and elders. What transpired was an illegal mass arrest and trespassing exacerbated through a terrifying use of force against the Lumads who reside in the premises of the University of San Carlos-Talamban as a venue for their LUMAD BAKWIT SCHOOL.

It can be recalled that in the latter half of 2019, Lumad students, teachers, and elders came to Cebu to ask for sanctuary as an avenue to continue their education while their respective ancestral lands in Mindanao were increasingly being militarized, and their schools shut-down.

With the blessing of Archbishop Jose S. Palma given after a meeting with the Lumads, the Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA) joined with the Save Our Schools (SOS) Network Cebu in an effort to call on various learning institutions, congregations, and the Church people to open their doors and promote the education of our Lumad brothers and sisters. With the grace of God, six schools and congregations responded to the call. Others provided food and medical care and many became volunteer teachers. It was a fitting way to welcome last year's "2020 Year of Ecumenism, Inter-Religious Dialogue, and Indigenous Peoples."

The BAKWIT SCHOOL is a celebration of dialogue and an act of solidarity to our Lumad brothers and sisters whose communities and schools were bombed and militarized. Prior to the pandemic, it was well-documented on social media, including in the COSA page complete with pictures, that the Lumads were welcomed by students and teachers in their various BAKWIT SCHOOLS in Cebu.

Initially the BAKWIT SCHOOL in Cebu was supposed to end in April 2020, wherein students would either return to their homes or continue their BAKWIT SCHOOL in other provinces who would welcome them in addition to supporting their plea for education and sanctuary. However, due to the lockdown last March 2020 this initial plan ceased from proceeding.

In October 2020, after quarantine measures had eased, the Lumads visited Archbishop Jose S. Palma once again to seek his help and discuss plans to travel back home. As a result of various travel requirements as well as other logistical needs travel for the Lumads was scheduled in batches.

Thus, the stay of the Lumad students in Cebu, particularly at USC-Talamban should be properly contextualized in two important ways. Firstly, that of the LUMAD BAKWIT SCHOOL whose students, teachers, and elders seek sanctuary to continue their education despite insecurity in their ancestral lands. And secondly, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic which had prolonged the stay of the Lumads well beyond the original plan.

Lastly, COSA urges all peace-loving Cebuanos especially students, teachers, priests, nuns, pastors, lay people, those who provided shelter and food as well as all those individuals who listened to the stories of struggles and hope of the Lumads, to once again express support to our fellow indigenous kin. They need our help and support once more as the safe space for learning and a sanctuary for the stranded was shattered yesterday by terrifying and illegal acts.

We urge the police and government workers to resist following orders that undermine the rights and human dignity of our fellow indigenous brothers and sisters. We call on them to show compassion to the Lumad students, teachers and elders, as well as to confront the bitter realities faced by the Lumads who are forced to become Bakwits and subsequently became stranded individuals during this time of pandemic. We call on the Cebu media to be witnesses and bearers of truth and justice especially at this time in our country when human dignity is ignored.

We call on government authorities to immediately release the Lumad students, teachers, and elders.

Signed
Rev. Fr. Nazario “Ace” L. Vocales
Vicar/Executive Director
Commission on Social Advocacy (COSA)
Archdiocese of Cebu

STATEMENT ON THE TERRIFYING ILLEGAL ARREST OF LUMAD STUDENTS

"The King will reply, 'Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.' "
- Matthew 25:40

The Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA) of the Archdiocese of Cebu condemn the “rescue operation” done by the Philippine National Police Regional Office 7 yesterday, February 15, 2021 against Lumad students, teachers and elders. What transpired was an illegal mass arrest and trespassing exacerbated through a terrifying use of force against the Lumads who reside in the premises of the University of San Carlos-Talamban as a venue for their LUMAD BAKWIT SCHOOL.

It can be recalled that in the latter half of 2019, Lumad students, teachers, and elders came to Cebu to ask for sanctuary as an avenue to continue their education while their respective ancestral lands in Mindanao were increasingly being militarized, and their schools shut-down.

With the blessing of Archbishop Jose S. Palma given after a meeting with the Lumads, the Commission on Social Advocacies (COSA) joined with the Save Our Schools (SOS) Network Cebu in an effort to call on various learning institutions, congregations, and the Church people to open their doors and promote the education of our Lumad brothers and sisters. With the grace of God, six schools and congregations responded to the call. Others provided food and medical care and many became volunteer teachers. It was a fitting way to welcome last year's "2020 Year of Ecumenism, Inter-Religious Dialogue, and Indigenous Peoples."

The BAKWIT SCHOOL is a celebration of dialogue and an act of solidarity to our Lumad brothers and sisters whose communities and schools were bombed and militarized. Prior to the pandemic, it was well-documented on social media, including in the COSA page complete with pictures, that the Lumads were welcomed by students and teachers in their various BAKWIT SCHOOLS in Cebu.

Initially the BAKWIT SCHOOL in Cebu was supposed to end in April 2020, wherein students would either return to their homes or continue their BAKWIT SCHOOL in other provinces who would welcome them in addition to supporting their plea for education and sanctuary. However, due to the lockdown last March 2020 this initial plan ceased from proceeding.

In October 2020, after quarantine measures had eased, the Lumads visited Archbishop Jose S. Palma once again to seek his help and discuss plans to travel back home. As a result of various travel requirements as well as other logistical needs travel for the Lumads was scheduled in batches.

Thus, the stay of the Lumad students in Cebu, particularly at USC-Talamban should be properly contextualized in two important ways. Firstly, that of the LUMAD BAKWIT SCHOOL whose students, teachers, and elders seek sanctuary to continue their education despite insecurity in their ancestral lands. And secondly, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic which had prolonged the stay of the Lumads well beyond the original plan.

Lastly, COSA urges all peace-loving Cebuanos especially students, teachers, priests, nuns, pastors, lay people, those who provided shelter and food as well as all those individuals who listened to the stories of struggles and hope of the Lumads, to once again express support to our fellow indigenous kin. They need our help and support once more as the safe space for learning and a sanctuary for the stranded was shattered yesterday by terrifying and illegal acts.

We urge the police and government workers to resist following orders that undermine the rights and human dignity of our fellow indigenous brothers and sisters. We call on them to show compassion to the Lumad students, teachers and elders, as well as to confront the bitter realities faced by the Lumads who are forced to become Bakwits and subsequently became stranded individuals during this time of pandemic. We call on the Cebu media to be witnesses and bearers of truth and justice especially at this time in our country when human dignity is ignored.

We call on government authorities to immediately release the Lumad students, teachers, and elders.

Signed
Rev. Fr. Nazario “Ace” L. Vocales
Vicar/Executive Director
Commission on Social Advocacy (COSA)
Archdiocese of Cebu

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