First Meeting of the Traditional Latin Mass Diocese of Pasig

From Mark Bunag:

OLGS… ora pro nobis
TLM Pasig – Minutes of Meeting

June 12, 2010

First meeting of TLM Diocese of Pasig

Together with Fr. Mark Sese priest of the diocese of pasig, vice chancellor and parochial vicar of Pasig Cathedral. Together with other altar servers from different parishes of the diocese. (Mark Bunag, Carlo Guevarra, Neilbert Tuazon, Luke Brofar, Russel Padilla, Ronnel Santos, John Paul, and other 2 altar servers?) The agendas of the meeting are as follows:

1. TLM Pasig Mission and Vision
2. TLM Pasig priest/s training and workshop
3. TLM Pasig altar servers training
4. TLM Pasig Gregorian Chorale – no available choir yet?
5. Establishing of Juventutem Chapter in Pasig
6. Others….

The meeting was started at around 1:40pm and was held in Immaculate Conception Cathedral Chancery in the office of Fr. Mark. Everyone introduced themselves. Fr. Mark ask the altar servers why we want the Latin mass. Everyone gave their opinion and categorical answers. We discussed the agendas and gather up up comment/s and suggestions for TLM Pasig. I suggested that the choir to sing in the TLM will be the group from Las Pinas of Sis. Jane Stangle. We will contact her as soon as possible. Materials that will be used are also discussed like vestments, vessels and books. The meeting was adjourned at around 2:30 pm. Afterward, we proceed to Baptistery where Fr Mark showed the side altar of the cathedral. It was a beautiful baptistery chapel in which there is an old painting of St John the Baptist baptizing Jesus on the river Jordan framed in old baroque style. The next training will be on June 19, 2010 at 1:30 in the afternoon.

About Quirino M. Sugon Jr
Theoretical Physicist in Manila Observatory

11 Responses to First Meeting of the Traditional Latin Mass Diocese of Pasig

  1. Pax!
    it is a bLessing to hear such an agenda. know that even i may not have been there yet. i am offering you my prayers which is Like a bird flying over the big mountains so can the messages of our yearning for TLM be heard & restored. There are so many forces at work against this but we must not fear for when we do the wiLL of God & aim his gLory. expect the worLd be against us. be happy too. because amidst all triaLs & insuLts..the more stars..Simon of Cyrenees & Veronicas to assist us. I pray you won’t give up & hope we’LL meet to if i have a chance to come to ManiLa around this year. Let us entrust this work aLL to the ImmacuLate Heart of Mary. who Loves TLM more than any creature too. Pax! here is my number by the way 09396322182

  2. All glory and praise to God,

    This post in the blog is one of the two consolations I have this day. A moment ago we have our meeting in the community and we were ask either to continue our prayers in Latin specially the Sunday Night Prayer (formerly we have Latin Mass [though N.O.] Latin Angelus in the evening, then Latin Night Prayer on Sundays) Latin Sunday Night Prayer is the only one that survives. This evening I was surprise for the first agenda, either to abolish or to retain the Latin Night Prayer. I was afraid because I know there many of us who dont like the Latin Prayers and they were the ones who raised voices, who speak out. Then I was happy when some started to speak in favor of the Latin Prayers. I was consoled. Then when I open my email I am consoled again by this post. THANK YOU LORD.

  3. Dear Sir,
    We read Mr Mark Bunag’s intention to start a Juventutem chapter. While we are pleased to see our Federation expand, we draw your attention to the fact that no one is entitled to use the name Juventutem unless he has been granted formal affiliation to the International Juventutem Federation, a registered institution under international law, also with official recognition from the Holy See. Any unauthorised use of the name Juventutem may be prosecuted. If you need further information, please contact us via the Federation’s website: http://www.juventutem.org.
    Cordially,
    Juventutem Bureau.

  4. Quirino M. Sugon Jr says:

    Thank you.

    I shall inform Mr. Mark Bunag.

  5. Quirino M. Sugon Jr says:

    Dear Foederatio Internationalis Juventutem,

    I forwarded to Mark Bunag your comment. Below is his response:

    “Regarding the Juventutem thing. The group is approved by Fr. Mark locally. The chapter application is on the process. We will send the application to the main headquarters ASAP. “

  6. Pax!

    i’m happy to hear the great progress concerning TLM. Sad to hear about the AngLican approvaL on women’s ordination. But we’LL pray more The DeviL is waiLing his taiL against The ImmacuLate whose victory through the reform of the reform is coming to a concLusion. Since this is a work of God it wiLL experience difficuLties. to Sanctify the one who promote & do it. And conitinue tiLL next generations to come.

  7. Marie says:

    Mark Bunag is pretending to be a priest. Actually, a circular from the Chancellor of the Diocese of Pasig came out warning all the Catholic faithful about Mark Bunag. FYI.

  8. Marie says:

    Warning to the Catholic faithful

    PASIG CITY – A letter was forwarded by Fr. Noel Ormenita, Episcopal Vicar of the the Catholic Church of East (Holy Family Catholic Church) at Imus, Cavite to Manila Archbishop Gaudencio Cardinal Rosales, informing that “Jose Mark Robinson Bunag, also known as Mark Bunag or Fr. Mark Bunag, residing at Kruz na Ligas, U.P. Diliman, is not a validly ordained priest and is not incardinated neither with us in the Catholic Church of the East nor is he incardinated in any Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church.”

    Further explained in the letter, “We are sending this letter for your information and for the information and guidance of the Roman Catholic faithful and those who belong in our Church. We fervently request your Eminence to this information be disseminated in the parishes, schools, and religious institutes, as Mark Bunag carries with him an invalid celebret, and according to the last report, “offers Masses”

    The circular was sent by Pasig Chancellor Fr. Mar Baranda to all clergy, religious, and school heads in the Diocese of Pasig.

    From the blog of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pasig, where Fr. Mark Sese, Parish Vicar of the Pasig Cathedral is priest: http://dioceseofpasig.blogspot.com/2011/05/warning-to-catholic-faithful.html

  9. Jay says:

    Is there a way to contact that Father Mark? We found him very rude. We can’t believe he was ordained. He acted like he despised us like poor ruthless animals.

  10. Quirino M. Sugon Jr says:

    Jay,
    I don’t know how to contact him.

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