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Baybay City, Leyte

In every situation in life, GOD never stops calling people to follow HIM. And in particular way, HE keeps calling on ladies to follow Him. We are so happy to invite all ladies out there to join us and serve GOD as OSF Sisters. This COVID 19 pandemic will surely come to an end .. in HIS time.

Pls feel free to contact Sister Annette, our new vocation directress, through the celfone no. found in the picture (0917 390 9313). Take care always ladies. GOD bless us all.
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We envision the Center for Religious Education to develop the Josenian academic community towards maturity in Christian faith and authentic discipleship.

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20/10/2021
USJ-R 109th Commencement Exercises 14/10/2021

USJ-R 109th Commencement Exercises

https://youtu.be/s94UCYerCAk

USJ-R 109th Commencement Exercises #USJRVirtualGraduation | Today, the University of San Jose - Recoletos recognizes its graduates who finished their respective degree programs in summer 2020...

Photos from University of San Jose- Recoletos's post 11/10/2021

Photos from University of San Jose- Recoletos's post

04/10/2021

"Teachers inspire us, entertain us, and we end up learning a ton even when we don't know it."

"Teachers inspire us, entertain us, and we end up learning a ton even when we don't know it."

01/10/2021
27/09/2021

A blessed Feast of Saint Lorenzo Ruiz de Manila!
Patron of the Filipinos, intercede for us!

“I am a Catholic and wholeheartedly do accept death for God. Had I a thousand lives, all these to Him I shall offer. Do with me as you please.”

#SugboanongSimbahan #GiftedToGive #500YoCCebu
#SaintLorenzoRuiz

25/09/2021

OAR Story Lecture Series (Part 4)

OAR Story Lecture Series (Part 4)
The Province of St. Ezekiel Moreno

18/09/2021

OAR Story Lecture Series (Part 3)

OAR Story Lecture Series (Part 3)

13/09/2021

PRAYER AGAINST DEPRESSION by Saint Ignatius of Loyola

11/09/2021

Solemn Profession of Vows - September 11, 2021

THE SOLEMN PROFESSION OF VOWS TO THE ORDER OF AUGUSTINIAN RECOLLECTS | FRAY JULIUS JAMES TORREMOCHA TINAPAO, OAR (Bayawan City, Negros Oriental) | FRAY RICKY JOHN ALARTE AUSTRIA, OAR (Tiwi, Albay) | FRAY JAMES EROLD POTENTE GATINAO, OAR (Narra, Palawan)

10/09/2021

OAR Story Lecture Series - Part II

OAR Story Lecture Series - Part II

07/09/2021

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07/09/2021

Happy Birthday Mama Mary! 🌹

Happy Birthday Mama Mary! 🌹

Photos from USJ-R Center for Religious Education's post 07/09/2021

Mama Mary, health of the sick and comfort of the afflicted,
Pray for us!

02/09/2021
27/08/2021

St. Augustine of Hippo | August 28

Augustine of Hippo (354-430) envisioned a form of religious community life in which the members would “live in harmony, being united in mind and heart on the way God.” He wrote, or inspired the writing of, a Rule outlining the basic principles of this sort of life. Today Augustinians and many other religious orders and congregations still use this Rule as their guide.

A Bishop in Hippo (near modern-day Annaba, Algeria), Augustine was an influential leader in the African Church. As Christians were growing in their knowledge of God and Christ, Augustine helped to shape Christian theological teachings, particularly those about the role of Divine Grace and the nature of the Holy Trinity. In the process, he combatted many theological errors.

The son of Monica, a holy Christian, and Patricius, a pagan, Augustine was born in 354 in Tagaste (now known as Souk Ahras, Algeria). He was educated in the best secular schools of his day. As a young man, he led a distinctly non-Christian and immoral life. He lived with a young woman without the benefit of marriage. Together they had a son, Adeodatus.

Augustine became a teacher. He first taught Grammar in Tagaste. He then taught Rhetoric in Carthage, and later in Rome and Milan.

The young Augustine was continually searching with a restless heart for meaning in life. Each time that he would be attracted to a particular philosophy or group, he would become disillusioned the more familiar he became with its thought.

Finally, he found Jesus Christ, and at last was satisfied. “You have made us for yourself, Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you,” Augustine would later reflect on his earlier searching. --Confessions, Chapter 1 (see also the Conversion of St. Augustine)

Shortly after his baptism as a Christian in 387, Augustine returned to Tagaste. There he gathered several of his friends together to share a common life of mutual support on their spiritual journey.

At the insistence of the Christians of Hippo, Augustine was ordained a Priest in 391, and Bishop of Hippo in 395. Unwilling to give up his community life, he called the clergy of Hippo to form a community with him.

As Bishop, Augustine ministered to the spiritual and material needs of his people. He wrote extensively. We have today a vast collection of his writing--113 books, 207 letters and more than 500 sermons. His most famous works are The Confessions, City of God and The Trinity. He contributed magnificently to the development of sound theology and was influential in combatting theological errors.

Although he is rightly famous for his roles in settling the theological controversies of his time, Augustine’s priorities were the pastoral care of the people of his Church and spiritual growth. He developed a deep spirituality in which love is central. He was particularly concerned with the needs of the poor, and saw to it that the Church welcomed and helped them.

Augustine died August 28, 430, just as the Roman Empire in Africa was dying, too, during the Vandal invasions.

https://www.midwestaugustinians.org/st-augustine-of-hippo

St. Augustine of Hippo | August 28

Augustine of Hippo (354-430) envisioned a form of religious community life in which the members would “live in harmony, being united in mind and heart on the way God.” He wrote, or inspired the writing of, a Rule outlining the basic principles of this sort of life. Today Augustinians and many other religious orders and congregations still use this Rule as their guide.

A Bishop in Hippo (near modern-day Annaba, Algeria), Augustine was an influential leader in the African Church. As Christians were growing in their knowledge of God and Christ, Augustine helped to shape Christian theological teachings, particularly those about the role of Divine Grace and the nature of the Holy Trinity. In the process, he combatted many theological errors.

The son of Monica, a holy Christian, and Patricius, a pagan, Augustine was born in 354 in Tagaste (now known as Souk Ahras, Algeria). He was educated in the best secular schools of his day. As a young man, he led a distinctly non-Christian and immoral life. He lived with a young woman without the benefit of marriage. Together they had a son, Adeodatus.

Augustine became a teacher. He first taught Grammar in Tagaste. He then taught Rhetoric in Carthage, and later in Rome and Milan.

The young Augustine was continually searching with a restless heart for meaning in life. Each time that he would be attracted to a particular philosophy or group, he would become disillusioned the more familiar he became with its thought.

Finally, he found Jesus Christ, and at last was satisfied. “You have made us for yourself, Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you,” Augustine would later reflect on his earlier searching. --Confessions, Chapter 1 (see also the Conversion of St. Augustine)

Shortly after his baptism as a Christian in 387, Augustine returned to Tagaste. There he gathered several of his friends together to share a common life of mutual support on their spiritual journey.

At the insistence of the Christians of Hippo, Augustine was ordained a Priest in 391, and Bishop of Hippo in 395. Unwilling to give up his community life, he called the clergy of Hippo to form a community with him.

As Bishop, Augustine ministered to the spiritual and material needs of his people. He wrote extensively. We have today a vast collection of his writing--113 books, 207 letters and more than 500 sermons. His most famous works are The Confessions, City of God and The Trinity. He contributed magnificently to the development of sound theology and was influential in combatting theological errors.

Although he is rightly famous for his roles in settling the theological controversies of his time, Augustine’s priorities were the pastoral care of the people of his Church and spiritual growth. He developed a deep spirituality in which love is central. He was particularly concerned with the needs of the poor, and saw to it that the Church welcomed and helped them.

Augustine died August 28, 430, just as the Roman Empire in Africa was dying, too, during the Vandal invasions.

https://www.midwestaugustinians.org/st-augustine-of-hippo

26/08/2021
24/08/2021

Hello Josenians!

To appropriately start the Academic Year 2021-2022, we shall have our HOLY MASS in honor of the HOLY SPIRIT tomorrow August 25, Wednesday, at 10:00 a.m., with MOST REV. JOSE S. PALMA, D.D., Archbishop of Cebu, as Main Presider.

The Holy Mass will be streamed live via the USJ-R official FB Page https://www.facebook.com/univ.san.jose.recoletos .

We enjoin all administrators, faculty members, staff and students to attend our ONLINE MASS in honor of the Holy Spirit. Be counted and be part of this celebration!

As one Josenian family, let us ask the Holy Spirit to guide, enliven and strengthen us as we embark together on a new journey this school year.

To the new members of our family, welcome to USJ-R!

23/08/2021

Feast of St. Bartholomew, Apostle | August 24

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On August 24, the Catholic Church celebrates the Feast of Saint Bartholomew, one of the Twelve Apostles of Christ. In the Synoptic Gospels, St. Bartholomew is always listed in the sixth position, preceding Philip (Mk. 3:18; Mt. 10:3; Lk. 6:14) who introduced him to Jesus (Jn. 1:45-46).

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Prayer through St. Bartholomew, Apostle

O Jesus, St. Bartholomew's greatest desire was to know the truth. When first informed about You, his first reaction was, "How can anything good come from Nazareth?" But as soon as he met You, he wanted to become one of Your disciples. You said of him, "Here is a man in whom there is no deception." I ask him to pray against the deceptions that are influencing me and the people I know. Help us to experience Your affirmation when we are honest, give us courage to resist lying as a means of self-protection, and inspire our minds to recognize thrle truth when we hear it. Amen.

Feast of St. Bartholomew, Apostle | August 24

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On August 24, the Catholic Church celebrates the Feast of Saint Bartholomew, one of the Twelve Apostles of Christ. In the Synoptic Gospels, St. Bartholomew is always listed in the sixth position, preceding Philip (Mk. 3:18; Mt. 10:3; Lk. 6:14) who introduced him to Jesus (Jn. 1:45-46).

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Prayer through St. Bartholomew, Apostle

O Jesus, St. Bartholomew's greatest desire was to know the truth. When first informed about You, his first reaction was, "How can anything good come from Nazareth?" But as soon as he met You, he wanted to become one of Your disciples. You said of him, "Here is a man in whom there is no deception." I ask him to pray against the deceptions that are influencing me and the people I know. Help us to experience Your affirmation when we are honest, give us courage to resist lying as a means of self-protection, and inspire our minds to recognize thrle truth when we hear it. Amen.

22/08/2021
19/08/2021

LIVE NOW | Solemnity of St. Ezekiel Moreno | August 19, 2021 | 6:00 PM Mass Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Dionisio Selma, OAR

LIVE NOW | Solemnity of St. Ezekiel Moreno | August 19, 2021 | 6:00 PM
Mass Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Dionisio Selma, OAR - Prior Provincial

For your love offering and donations, you may deposit or send to
BDO
Account Name: San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish
Account No.: 001320035882

GCASH
Account Name: Fr. Amado Bolilia OAR
Reference No: 09452355544

#SNDTP2021
#sndtponlinemass
#YearOfSaintJoseph
#500YearsOfChristianity

19/08/2021

LIVE NOW | August 19, 2021 First Day Novena in Honor of St. Augustine - 4:50 PM Holy Rosary - 5:00 PM Vespers - 5:30 PM Solemnity of St. Ezekiel Moreno - 6:00 PM Mass Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Dionisio Selma, OAR

LIVE NOW | August 19, 2021
First Day Novena in Honor of St. Augustine - 4:50 PM
Holy Rosary - 5:00 PM
Vespers - 5:30 PM
Solemnity of St. Ezekiel Moreno - 6:00 PM
Mass Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Dionisio Selma, OAR

For your love offering and donations, you may deposit or send to
BDO
Account Name: San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish
Account No.: 001320035882

GCASH
Account Name: Fr. Amado Bolilia OAR
Reference No: 09452355544

#SNDTP2021
#sndtponlinemass
#YearOfSaintJoseph
#500YearsOfChristianity

18/08/2021

St. Ezekiel Moreno | August 19

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Ezekiel (1848-1906) was an Augustinian Recollect known for his simple and open spirit. He was deeply devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. He ministered for many years in foreign lands. He stongly defended the rights of the Church.

He was born in Alfaro, Logrono, Spain, April 9, 1848. His family was poor in material goods but committed in faith. Ezekiel professed his vows as an Augustinian Recollect in 1865. He was ordained a priest in Manila, Philippines in 1871.

During the next 15 years, he worked at bringing the Gospel of Jesus to the people of the Philippines. He was called back to Spain in 1885. There he served as Rector of the College and Novitiate of Monteagudo.

He then went to Colombia in 1888, where he devoted himself to missionary activity. He also brought renewal to the Augustinian Recollect communities in the region where he was living and working.

Ezekiel was in 1894 named the first Vicar Apostolic of Casanare, and ordained bishop of Pasto, where he remained until 1906. During this time there was war in Colombia. Ezekiel showed himself a voice of strength for his people.

In 1906 a diagnosis of cancer caused him to reluctantly return to Spain for treatment.

There he died August 19, 1906. He was beatified by Pope Paul VI in 1975 and canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1992.

https://www.midwestaugustinians.org/st-ezekiel-moreno

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Prayer to St. Ezekiel Moreno

Loving God, in St. Ezekiel Moreno you have given us a model of courage in times of suffering. I turn to you at this moment of my life for strength. Grant, through the intercession of St. Ezekiel, that I may receive your healing comfort and be restored to health of mind and body, should it be your holy will. I also offer this prayer for those who are suffering from cancer and other life-threatening diseases, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

St. Ezekiel Moreno | August 19

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Ezekiel (1848-1906) was an Augustinian Recollect known for his simple and open spirit. He was deeply devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. He ministered for many years in foreign lands. He stongly defended the rights of the Church.

He was born in Alfaro, Logrono, Spain, April 9, 1848. His family was poor in material goods but committed in faith. Ezekiel professed his vows as an Augustinian Recollect in 1865. He was ordained a priest in Manila, Philippines in 1871.

During the next 15 years, he worked at bringing the Gospel of Jesus to the people of the Philippines. He was called back to Spain in 1885. There he served as Rector of the College and Novitiate of Monteagudo.

He then went to Colombia in 1888, where he devoted himself to missionary activity. He also brought renewal to the Augustinian Recollect communities in the region where he was living and working.

Ezekiel was in 1894 named the first Vicar Apostolic of Casanare, and ordained bishop of Pasto, where he remained until 1906. During this time there was war in Colombia. Ezekiel showed himself a voice of strength for his people.

In 1906 a diagnosis of cancer caused him to reluctantly return to Spain for treatment.

There he died August 19, 1906. He was beatified by Pope Paul VI in 1975 and canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1992.

https://www.midwestaugustinians.org/st-ezekiel-moreno

*****
Prayer to St. Ezekiel Moreno

Loving God, in St. Ezekiel Moreno you have given us a model of courage in times of suffering. I turn to you at this moment of my life for strength. Grant, through the intercession of St. Ezekiel, that I may receive your healing comfort and be restored to health of mind and body, should it be your holy will. I also offer this prayer for those who are suffering from cancer and other life-threatening diseases, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

18/08/2021

#USJRadvisory | Today (August 19) is the feast day of St. Ezekiel. It is an annual institutional holiday; hence, there's no class and work.

We encourage Josenians to join us today in a virtual mass at 10AM. It will be livestreamed on USJ-R page and official YouTube channel.

#USJRadvisory | Today (August 19) is the feast day of St. Ezekiel. It is an annual institutional holiday; hence, there's no class and work.

We encourage Josenians to join us today in a virtual mass at 10AM. It will be livestreamed on USJ-R page and official YouTube channel.

18/08/2021

LIVE NOW | 9th Day of Novena Mass in Honor of St. Ezekiel Moreno | August 18, 2021 | 6:00 PM

LIVE NOW | 9th Day of Novena Mass in Honor of St. Ezekiel Moreno | August 18, 2021 | 6:00 PM
Mass Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Jose Ernil Almayo, OAR

For your love offering and donations, you may deposit or send to
BDO
Account Name: San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish
Account No.: 001320035882

GCASH
Account Name: Fr. Amado Bolilia OAR
Reference No: 09452355544

#SNDTP2021
#sndtponlinemass
#YearOfSaintJoseph
#500YearsOfChristianity

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OAR Story Lecture Series (Part 4)
OAR Story Lecture Series (Part 3)
Solemn Profession of Vows - September 11, 2021
OAR Story Lecture Series - Part II
LIVE NOW | Solemnity of St. Ezekiel Moreno | August 19, 2021 | 6:00 PM Mass Celebrant: Rev. Fr.  Dionisio Selma, OAR
LIVE NOW |  August 19, 2021  First Day Novena in Honor of St. Augustine - 4:50 PM  Holy Rosary - 5:00 PM  Vespers - 5:30...
LIVE NOW | 9th Day of Novena Mass in Honor of St. Ezekiel Moreno  | August 18, 2021 |  6:00 PM
LIVE NOW | Novena to St. Ezekiel Moreno - Day 9  | August 18, 2021 |  5:30 PM
LIVE NOW | Memorial of St. Claire of Montefalco, Virgin  | 8th Day of Novena Mass in Honor of St. Ezekiel Moreno  | Augu...
LIVE NOW | Novena to St. Ezekiel Moreno - Day 8  | August 17, 2021 |  5:30 PM
LIVE NOW | Monday of the 20th Week in Ordinary Time  | 7th Day of Novena Mass in Honor of St. Ezekiel Moreno  | August 1...
LIVE NOW | Novena to St. Ezekiel Moreno - Day 7  | August 16, 2021 |  5:30 PM

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