Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love Philippines

Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love Philippines

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TEARS OF SORROWS | As we celebrate the feast day of the Our Lady of Sorrows or Nostra Signora Dei Dolori in Italian, her statue miraculously shed tears on 1796 during the turbulent years of French Revolution.

This statue is being venerated and preserved in the Sala of Relics in Convento Divino Amore in Montefiascone, Italy.

PRAYER
O most holy Virgin, Mother of our Lord Jesus Christ: by the overwhelming grief you experienced when you witnessed the martyrdom, the crucifixion, and death of your divine Son, look upon me with eyes of compassion, and awaken in my heart a tender commiseration for those sufferings, as well as a sincere detestation of my sins, in order that being disengaged from all undue affection for the passing joys of this earth, I may sigh after the eternal Jerusalem, and that henceforward all my thoughts and all my actions may be directed towards this one most desirable object. Honor, glory, and love to our divine Lord Jesus, and to the holy and immaculate Mother of God. Amen. (Source: https://slmedia.org)
ONE MORE YEAR FOR SILVER l As we mark the 316th founding Anniversary of Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love today, we also celebrate the 24th year of the Religious Profession of Vows of Sisters Gumer Saldana, Arlyn Bulac, Lucille Ferrater and Connie Lasconia.

Congratulations our dear sisters, 1 year to go and it will be your Silver anniversary!
SEPTEMBER 13
316th FOUNDATION DAY OF THE INSTITUTE OF DIVINE LOVE

With the first superior Mother Caterina Comaschi together with other four young people, Cardinal Marco Antonio Barbarigo founded the Institute of Divine Love in Montefiascone, Italy, 316 years ago today.
SEPTEMBER 8
SOLEMNITY OF THE NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

Today we celebrate the birthday of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Augustine described her birth as an event of cosmic and historic significance, and an appropriate prelude to the birth of Jesus Christ. “She is the flower of the field from whom bloomed the precious lily of the valley,” he said.

SOURCE:
https://www.catholicnewsagency.com
AUGUST 15
SOLEMNITY OF OUR LADY OF ASSUMPTION

O Blessed Mother Assumed into Heaven, after years of heroic martyrdom on earth, we rejoice that you have at last been taken to the throne prepared for you in Heaven by the Holy Trinity.

Lift our hearts with you in the glory of your Assumption above the dreadful touch of sin and impurity.

Teach us how small earth becomes when viewed from heaven. Make us realize that death is the triumphant gate through which we shall pass to your Son and that someday our bodies shall rejoin our souls in the unending bliss of heaven.

Pray for us O Queen Assumed into Heaven, that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ. Amen.

SOURCE: https://www.praymorenovenas.com
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The congregation of the Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love started its mission in the Philippines in 1989 and was formally recognized in 1992.

A congregation with a Pontifical right and is currently in service for the Catholic Church. Divine Love through the years:

1705 September 13
Venerable Cardinal Mark Anthony Barbarigo founded the Congregation of the Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love in Montefiascone, Italy

"Divine Love" aims to gather women committed to service to God and brethren. To live in the Charism: Called by the Spirit

Operating as usual

10/11/2021

THANKS BE TO GOD!

The Archdiocese of Cebu has been notified that the Theological Commission of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints in the Vatican gave a unanimous affirmative vote (9 out of 9) to the HEROIC VIRTUES of the Servant of God, Archbishop Teofilo Camomot.

With this favorable outcome, the Cause of Beatification and Canonization of Bishop Camomot will be forwarded for further examination to the Commission of Bishops and Cardinals of the said Congregation. Upon completion of their study, the cause will be presented to the Holy Father for his approval. Then Bishop Camomot will be considered “Venerable”.

Office of the Archbishop of Cebu, 10 November 2021

#SugboanongSimbahan
#500YoCCebu

Photos from City Government of Ormoc's post 06/11/2021

Photos from City Government of Ormoc's post

Photos from Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love Philippines's post 15/09/2021

TEARS OF SORROWS | As we celebrate the feast day of the Our Lady of Sorrows or Nostra Signora Dei Dolori in Italian, her statue miraculously shed tears on 1796 during the turbulent years of French Revolution.

This statue is being venerated and preserved in the Sala of Relics in Convento Divino Amore in Montefiascone, Italy.

PRAYER
O most holy Virgin, Mother of our Lord Jesus Christ: by the overwhelming grief you experienced when you witnessed the martyrdom, the crucifixion, and death of your divine Son, look upon me with eyes of compassion, and awaken in my heart a tender commiseration for those sufferings, as well as a sincere detestation of my sins, in order that being disengaged from all undue affection for the passing joys of this earth, I may sigh after the eternal Jerusalem, and that henceforward all my thoughts and all my actions may be directed towards this one most desirable object. Honor, glory, and love to our divine Lord Jesus, and to the holy and immaculate Mother of God. Amen. (Source: https://slmedia.org)

13/09/2021

ONE MORE YEAR FOR SILVER l As we mark the 316th founding Anniversary of Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love today, we also celebrate the 24th year of the Religious Profession of Vows of Sisters Gumer Saldana, Arlyn Bulac, Lucille Ferrater and Connie Lasconia.

Congratulations our dear sisters, 1 year to go and it will be your Silver anniversary!

ONE MORE YEAR FOR SILVER l As we mark the 316th founding Anniversary of Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love today, we also celebrate the 24th year of the Religious Profession of Vows of Sisters Gumer Saldana, Arlyn Bulac, Lucille Ferrater and Connie Lasconia.

Congratulations our dear sisters, 1 year to go and it will be your Silver anniversary!

12/09/2021

SEPTEMBER 13
316th FOUNDATION DAY OF THE INSTITUTE OF DIVINE LOVE

With the first superior Mother Caterina Comaschi together with other four young people, Cardinal Marco Antonio Barbarigo founded the Institute of Divine Love in Montefiascone, Italy, 316 years ago today.

SEPTEMBER 13
316th FOUNDATION DAY OF THE INSTITUTE OF DIVINE LOVE

With the first superior Mother Caterina Comaschi together with other four young people, Cardinal Marco Antonio Barbarigo founded the Institute of Divine Love in Montefiascone, Italy, 316 years ago today.

07/09/2021

SEPTEMBER 8
SOLEMNITY OF THE NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

Today we celebrate the birthday of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Augustine described her birth as an event of cosmic and historic significance, and an appropriate prelude to the birth of Jesus Christ. “She is the flower of the field from whom bloomed the precious lily of the valley,” he said.

SOURCE:
https://www.catholicnewsagency.com

SEPTEMBER 8
SOLEMNITY OF THE NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

Today we celebrate the birthday of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Augustine described her birth as an event of cosmic and historic significance, and an appropriate prelude to the birth of Jesus Christ. “She is the flower of the field from whom bloomed the precious lily of the valley,” he said.

SOURCE:
https://www.catholicnewsagency.com

Photos from The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cebu's post 05/09/2021

Photos from The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cebu's post

05/09/2021

LOOK | Today is the start of the Congress proper of the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress in Budapest, Hungary. Due to the pandemic, attendance to the 52nd IEC is limited.

Nevertheless, in solidarity with the 52nd IEC, everyone is invited to attend the Philippines' Virtual Conference on the Eucharist come September 11, 2021.

In this conference, Most Rev. Dennis Villarojo, Bishop Of Malolos, will talk on the theme of the 52nd IEC. He was the secretary-general of the 51st IEC held in Cebu in 2016.

Cebu Archbishop Jose S. Palma will deliver the Opening remarks through a recorded video. The Archbishop is currently in Hungary to attend the 52nd IEC.

Archbishop Charles John Brown, Apostolic Nuncio to Philippines will deliver his message. Prior to his appointment here in the Philippines in 2020, he was Apostolic Nuncio to Ireland and Titular Archbishop of Aquiliea in 2011.

Cardinal Jose Advincula, Archbishop of Manila will give his Closing remarks. He became a cardinal in 2020 and was appointed as Archbishop of Manila on June 24 this year.

All talks are pre-recorded and will be aired through the official page of Archdiocese of Cebu, TV Maria, Radio Veritas, Santa Cruz Church and CBCP's Fb page.

#ConferenceOnTheEucharist #IEC2021

27/08/2021

OSApan: Kwentuhang Augustinian with Rev. Fr. Andrew Batayola, OSA

14/08/2021

AUGUST 15
SOLEMNITY OF OUR LADY OF ASSUMPTION

O Blessed Mother Assumed into Heaven, after years of heroic martyrdom on earth, we rejoice that you have at last been taken to the throne prepared for you in Heaven by the Holy Trinity.

Lift our hearts with you in the glory of your Assumption above the dreadful touch of sin and impurity.

Teach us how small earth becomes when viewed from heaven. Make us realize that death is the triumphant gate through which we shall pass to your Son and that someday our bodies shall rejoin our souls in the unending bliss of heaven.

Pray for us O Queen Assumed into Heaven, that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ. Amen.

SOURCE: https://www.praymorenovenas.com

AUGUST 15
SOLEMNITY OF OUR LADY OF ASSUMPTION

O Blessed Mother Assumed into Heaven, after years of heroic martyrdom on earth, we rejoice that you have at last been taken to the throne prepared for you in Heaven by the Holy Trinity.

Lift our hearts with you in the glory of your Assumption above the dreadful touch of sin and impurity.

Teach us how small earth becomes when viewed from heaven. Make us realize that death is the triumphant gate through which we shall pass to your Son and that someday our bodies shall rejoin our souls in the unending bliss of heaven.

Pray for us O Queen Assumed into Heaven, that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ. Amen.

SOURCE: https://www.praymorenovenas.com

23/07/2021

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26/05/2021

We commemorate today the Death Anniversary of Marcantonio Cardinal Barbarigo, Founder of the Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love Philippines (ASDL) 🙏

"On March 6, 1640 Marc Anthony Barbarigo was born in Venice. His was a serene childhood, nurtured by love from parentes and education by teachers, which contributed in a decisive way to the formation of his future personality.

At twenty-five years old, he received the “toga” of patricians (bicame a lawyer) and entered and became by right part of the Grand Council of the Venetian Republic. This exterior sign of his nobility does not make him feel differently than others, nor does it remove him from his religious obligations and his charitable works.

The young Marc Anthony allows himself to be led by the fatherly hand of God; “he gows along the journey of his vigor” (Ps 83:8) while He opens for him the horizon of life with the clarity of light. From a brilliant political career in the Republic of Venice, the young Marc Anthony moves into priestly ministry.

A Life of Ministry
Named the Archbishop of Corfu, Marc Anthony is by now ready to exercise effective apostolic work. In a climate of a new prayer style and a demanding spiritual path: he puts in first place the sanctity of life itself, that of priests and of the Christian people.

At Corfù, he directs his care as Pastor to the formation of the clergy and to the instruction of Christian Doctrine. His sensibility moves him to make efforts towards the weakest, the poor, the imprisoned and the sick, to whom he offers his personal material and spiritual assistance.

“Being a bishop consists in serving the people, hesping the poor, correcting vices, to make virtue flourish, to prevent scandals, even to the point of giving one’s life. The Bishop must endear himself to the most poor of the diocese and hold the poor as his “masters”; guarding himself from vanity, pleasing to God and not to the world. For being great in Heaven one must be “little” on earth!” (Marc Anthony Barbarigo).

Pope Innocent XI elevates him to the rank of Cardinal on September 1, 1686. Montefiascone is the new and last Seat of Marc Anthony Barbarigo, the land destined largely to receive the gift of his rich experience accumulated in the years lived in Padua and on the island of Corfù.

He took over the region’s diocese in October 1687. He urderstood profoundly the responsibility given to him when he writes: “The Church of Christ is not a garden of repose but a vineyard to work.”

The widespread corruption of customs of that territory does not let him rest. Through a precise pastoral program and with the help of preaching Missions for the people, he transforms his diocese into a “delightful vineyard”, with the abundant fruits of conversions and charity.

“With that I am, I must pursue personal sanctity, that of the clergy and that of the people entrusted to me; the rank of Bishop is a state of perfection, for which I more than anyone else must imitate the sanctity of Jesus Christ. the true exemplar of Bishop!”

In fidelity to thy Council of Trent, the Cardinal constructed a large and functional seminary.

Another great sign of Marc Anthony Barbarigo was that of opening a school of Christian Doctrine in his diocese in order to instruct the children of the people, who lived in the most absolute neglect and misery. He invites a holy woman, Rose Venerini, for this project who was already doing it at Viterbo. Schools were opened at Montefiascone and in various parts of the diocese but Rose Venerini had to return to Viterbo.

Barbarigo discovers in Lucy Filippini the faithful disciple, the chosen daughter, the Teacher for his schools, the cornestone on which to place the foundation of the new Institute. Both of them, with a call to this life, carry deeply written in their hearts, the same mission to accomplish: to cry out the love of God on the pathways of men, bend down to serve human misery, to educate the young in the Christian meaning of life, for a reconstruction of family in the ordering of life itself to sanctity.

In the societal context in which the average woman was marginalized, Barbarigo reopens the most beautiful pages of the history of the Church with his distinguished figures of the Virgins, dedicated to multiple charitable and apostolic activities, dreaming this way of his future Sisters, inventing the new, that is, a form of active life in the Church, an Institute of consecrated apostles. The trust that the Cardinal places in Lucy Filippini is limitless.

If the poor are “his masters”, the schools are “the pupil of his eyes”. With a true anticipatory sense of the times, he sees the School as the environment of life, the “gym” of formation to authentic values, the instrument of human and Christian promotion.

Marc Anthony Barbarigo exalts the dignity of women, attributing to them an active role in the Christian community. He feels that the presence and the collaboration of women, especially if consecrated, contributes to the profundity of the Church. Just this profound conviction moves the Cardinal to give life to a family of consecrated Teachers. In the mind of Marc Anthony, sanctity of life empowers his Sisters to mission; every other qualification has negligible value if she is only illuminated by her beauty.

Mar Anthony Barbarigo dies in holiness on May 26, 1706. He remains a witness for all times: yesterday, today and tomorrow, a luminous example of love, grace, and charity in the dedication of his very existence of service to the most needy. His cause for beatifications is in process.

“If I were a merchant, it would be dishonorable for me to die in debt. But more dishonorable for a Pastor of souls, a Servant of the Lord, would it be to have lived accumulating riches!”"

(SOURCE: https://www.pontificioistitutompf.it/en/about-us/founders/m-a-barbarigo/?fbclid=IwAR3QdkZ80d7MtNyYx7xP5ws3F6JVCCrZeDKV-enHLPWJh1ku5DhAhQI3YxM"

#AMRSP #ASDL #Augustinians #amrsp50 #500YOC

25/05/2021

Venerable Cardinal Marco Antonio Barbarigo , Pray for us!

We commemorate today the Death Anniversary of Marcantonio Cardinal Barbarigo, Founder of the Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love Philippines (ASDL) 🙏

"On March 6, 1640 Marc Anthony Barbarigo was born in Venice. His was a serene childhood, nurtured by love from parentes and education by teachers, which contributed in a decisive way to the formation of his future personality.

At twenty-five years old, he received the “toga” of patricians (bicame a lawyer) and entered and became by right part of the Grand Council of the Venetian Republic. This exterior sign of his nobility does not make him feel differently than others, nor does it remove him from his religious obligations and his charitable works.

The young Marc Anthony allows himself to be led by the fatherly hand of God; “he gows along the journey of his vigor” (Ps 83:8) while He opens for him the horizon of life with the clarity of light. From a brilliant political career in the Republic of Venice, the young Marc Anthony moves into priestly ministry.

A Life of Ministry
Named the Archbishop of Corfu, Marc Anthony is by now ready to exercise effective apostolic work. In a climate of a new prayer style and a demanding spiritual path: he puts in first place the sanctity of life itself, that of priests and of the Christian people.

At Corfù, he directs his care as Pastor to the formation of the clergy and to the instruction of Christian Doctrine. His sensibility moves him to make efforts towards the weakest, the poor, the imprisoned and the sick, to whom he offers his personal material and spiritual assistance.

“Being a bishop consists in serving the people, hesping the poor, correcting vices, to make virtue flourish, to prevent scandals, even to the point of giving one’s life. The Bishop must endear himself to the most poor of the diocese and hold the poor as his “masters”; guarding himself from vanity, pleasing to God and not to the world. For being great in Heaven one must be “little” on earth!” (Marc Anthony Barbarigo).

Pope Innocent XI elevates him to the rank of Cardinal on September 1, 1686. Montefiascone is the new and last Seat of Marc Anthony Barbarigo, the land destined largely to receive the gift of his rich experience accumulated in the years lived in Padua and on the island of Corfù.

He took over the region’s diocese in October 1687. He urderstood profoundly the responsibility given to him when he writes: “The Church of Christ is not a garden of repose but a vineyard to work.”

The widespread corruption of customs of that territory does not let him rest. Through a precise pastoral program and with the help of preaching Missions for the people, he transforms his diocese into a “delightful vineyard”, with the abundant fruits of conversions and charity.

“With that I am, I must pursue personal sanctity, that of the clergy and that of the people entrusted to me; the rank of Bishop is a state of perfection, for which I more than anyone else must imitate the sanctity of Jesus Christ. the true exemplar of Bishop!”

In fidelity to thy Council of Trent, the Cardinal constructed a large and functional seminary.

Another great sign of Marc Anthony Barbarigo was that of opening a school of Christian Doctrine in his diocese in order to instruct the children of the people, who lived in the most absolute neglect and misery. He invites a holy woman, Rose Venerini, for this project who was already doing it at Viterbo. Schools were opened at Montefiascone and in various parts of the diocese but Rose Venerini had to return to Viterbo.

Barbarigo discovers in Lucy Filippini the faithful disciple, the chosen daughter, the Teacher for his schools, the cornestone on which to place the foundation of the new Institute. Both of them, with a call to this life, carry deeply written in their hearts, the same mission to accomplish: to cry out the love of God on the pathways of men, bend down to serve human misery, to educate the young in the Christian meaning of life, for a reconstruction of family in the ordering of life itself to sanctity.

In the societal context in which the average woman was marginalized, Barbarigo reopens the most beautiful pages of the history of the Church with his distinguished figures of the Virgins, dedicated to multiple charitable and apostolic activities, dreaming this way of his future Sisters, inventing the new, that is, a form of active life in the Church, an Institute of consecrated apostles. The trust that the Cardinal places in Lucy Filippini is limitless.

If the poor are “his masters”, the schools are “the pupil of his eyes”. With a true anticipatory sense of the times, he sees the School as the environment of life, the “gym” of formation to authentic values, the instrument of human and Christian promotion.

Marc Anthony Barbarigo exalts the dignity of women, attributing to them an active role in the Christian community. He feels that the presence and the collaboration of women, especially if consecrated, contributes to the profundity of the Church. Just this profound conviction moves the Cardinal to give life to a family of consecrated Teachers. In the mind of Marc Anthony, sanctity of life empowers his Sisters to mission; every other qualification has negligible value if she is only illuminated by her beauty.

Mar Anthony Barbarigo dies in holiness on May 26, 1706. He remains a witness for all times: yesterday, today and tomorrow, a luminous example of love, grace, and charity in the dedication of his very existence of service to the most needy. His cause for beatifications is in process.

“If I were a merchant, it would be dishonorable for me to die in debt. But more dishonorable for a Pastor of souls, a Servant of the Lord, would it be to have lived accumulating riches!”"

(SOURCE: https://www.pontificioistitutompf.it/en/about-us/founders/m-a-barbarigo/?fbclid=IwAR3QdkZ80d7MtNyYx7xP5ws3F6JVCCrZeDKV-enHLPWJh1ku5DhAhQI3YxM"

#AMRSP #ASDL #Augustinians #amrsp50 #500YOC

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Happy 315th year of FOUNDATION ...Viva VENERABLE CARDINAL MARCO ANTONIO BARBARIGO
Divine Love , Vietnam
Planting some flowers at the tomb of our dearly beloved ASDL Sisters...
Eternal rest grant unto them o Lord and let your perpetual light shine upon them ,may they rest in Peace.Amen.. Madre Ge...
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