Jesuit Vocation Seminars in the Philippines for June to July 2010

Why not you? Or why not someone you know?
And if not priesthood, what about brotherhood?

Consider the Jesuits.
Learn more about us in these upcoming Vocation Seminars:

TUGUEGARAO
(for male 4th year high school students,
college students, and young professionals)

June 26, Saturday
8:00 am to 12:00 nn

Guidance Testing Center
St. Paul University Philippines
Tuguegarao City

Contact: Fr. Xave, SJ
Cell. no.: 0915.4928817
E-mail: xave@admu.edu.ph This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Or call: SPUP Campus Ministry (078)844.1863

NAGA
(for college students and young professionals)

July 4, Sunday
8:00 am to 4:00 pm

IMC, Phelan Hall
Ateneo de Naga University
Naga City

Contact: Bro Rico, SJ
Cell. no.: 0918.3864628
Landline no.: 473.2359
E-mail: rjadapon@yahoo.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

MANILA
(for college students and young professionals)

July 11, Sunday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Loyola House of Studies
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City

Contact: Bro Eric, SJ
Cell. no.: 0917.5378487
Landline no.: 426.6101
E-mail: easesj@yahoo.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

CAGAYAN DE ORO
(for college students and young professionals)

July 18, Sunday
8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Haggerty House
Xavier University
Cagayan de Oro

Contact: Bro Noel, SJ
Cell. no.: 0928.6633370
Landline no.: 72.6069
E-mail: noel.elordesj@gmail.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

ZAMBOANGA
(for college students and young professionals)

July 25, Sunday
(details to follow)
Source:  Philippine Jesuits

About Quirino M. Sugon Jr
Theoretical Physicist in Manila Observatory

3 Responses to Jesuit Vocation Seminars in the Philippines for June to July 2010

  1. Ben Vallejo says:

    Dear Jun

    There are teaching opportunities as lecturer in atmospheric sciences at UP Environmental Science and Meteorology. You may be interested. Just inform me.

    Cheers

    Ben

  2. Jboy Gonzales SJ says:

    Thank you for promoting our vocation seminars. Because I am a Jesuit, I also pray for more vocations not just to our Order, but to the Church. (emphasis on the word, because).

    When I was in UP, I worked well with Fr. Mike Milan and met other Opus Dei priests. I got to know more about their apostolates and missions. So I send many students to their study centers. Maybe, they can also help out in your advocacy. One of the priests is our product (from Xavier School I think), forgot his name. He is a very good friend of Fr. Jose Quilongquilong SJ.

    But the best person who might be able to help is Mr. Carlo Florendo. I don’t know his contact, but if you can visit the study center in B. Gonzalez, he would be great. He teaches a latin choir.

    One of the things I agree with you is simple: we are losing our images and symbols (Christian art) in our schools and other sacred places. I used to explain to my students some of these images like the lamb which many saints carry (eg. St. Agnes: I had my grade school in St. Agnes Academy in Legazpi). I do hope that I could do more.

    And congrats to your Ateneo Latin Mass Choir. Though I am not an avid fan of the latin (I still like the vernacular and English), but I am for varied options for churchgoers. By providing a venue for those who would be very much helped by a Latin mass, our liturgies become more dynamic. The Church is a great church! There is food for everyone.

    Fr. Jboy Gonzales SJ

  3. Quirino M. Sugon Jr says:

    Thanks, Fr. JBoy. I’ll try to visit B. Gonzalez. I am glad to know of your love for the Church. May there be more Jesuits like you.

    Quirino

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