The Federation of National Youth Organizations (FNYO) released the video statement below on Fake news and Satirical Websites on the occasion of the closing of their 25th anniversary as a federation.
The Federation of National Youth Organizations (FNYO) released the video statement below on extrajudicial killings on the occasion of the closing of their 25th anniversary as a federation.
Workshop 1: Animating youth ministry – Instruction
Animating youth ministry – Name of heroes
Animating youth ministry – Instruction card 1
Animating youth ministry – Instruction card 2
Animating youth ministry – Instruction card 3
Animating youth ministry – Instruction card 4
Workshop 2: Workshop on Ka-lakbay
Workshop 3: Strategic Pastoral Planning
Workshop 4: Magtanim ay di biro – Goal Setting Guide
Workshop 6: Linkages and partnerships
Workshop 11: Financial stewardship management
Workshop 13: #hugotmillenials – Pastoring the youth of today
Workshop 14: Nurturing Relationships
Nurturing Relationships – Gospel-centered Friendship
Nurturing Relationships – Nurturing community relationships
Nurturing Relationships – Goals of youth work
Nurturing Relationships – Potential Problems
The Youth Ministry Awareness Week, resolved by the National Youth Coordinating Council last 2003 and approved by the CBCP-ECY, is placed under the animation of the Regional Youth Coordinating Councils.
To download, click on this link: Youth Ministry Awareness Week – Backgrounder and Prayer
YMAW Day 2
YMAW Day 4
YMAW Day 5
YMAW Day 6
YMAW Day 7
At present there is an insistent attempt both in Congress and in the Senate to reimpose Death Penalty in our country. Such an attempt is supported by no less than President Rodrigo Duterte.
In 1987, death penalty was abolished in the Philippines. Its abolition clearly reveals a strong message that it has no place in our society where preservation and respect for human life is of utmost importance.
Based on their in-depth worldwide study on death penalty, Amnesty International itself concludes that Capital punishment does not work. There is a wealth of mounting evidence that proves this fact. “Death penalty is a symptom of a culture of violence and not a solution to it”. It is likewise discriminatory because poor and marginalized people have no access to legal resources to defend themselves. Aware of how our legal and justice system works, death penalty will never bring real justice. Further, it breaks essential human rights such as the right to life.
Pope Francis in his message during the recently celebrated Jubilee Mass for Prisoners calls for a Criminal Justice System that gives hope. He specifically calls for an improvement in the condition of life in the prison cells so that human dignity of the detainees is fully respected. He calls for a criminal justice system that is not exclusively punitive but open to the prospect of reinserting the convict in society.
Therefore we, at the Sangguniang Laiko ng Pilipinas appeal to our lawmakers to reject and oppose the restoration of Death Penalty. We also call on our God fearing countrymen to work for the respect and protection of human life.
For the Laiko Board of Directors,
ZENAIDA F. CAPISTRANO
+MOST REV. BRODERICK S. PABILLO, D.D.
Chairman, CBCP Episcopal Commission on the Laity
22 November 2016
You can also download the PDF Format: statement-of-sangguniang-laiko-ng-pilipinas-on-house-bill-01-death-penalty-bill.
Opening Mass – Homily:
Day 2 – Mass – Homily:
Day 2 – Plenary Talk:
Closing Mass – Homily:
Days 0 and 1 – Video Recap:
Day 2 – Video Recap:
Day 3 – Video Recap:
How are you planning to close the Jubilee of Mercy? Join this overnight festival with other young people!
The Archdiocese of Manila, through its Ministry on Campus (part of its archdiocesan youth ministry office), and the Adamson University Campus Ministry is putting up “FORGIVEN AND FREE: A Festival of Mercy” this November 19-20.
The festival welcomes young people in groups, whether school-based or not. Registration online is necessary using the registration form (attached) provided by the organizers, as well as a nominal fee of only P200 per person (to cover event ID, kit, and November 19 dinner and November 20 breakfast). No onsite registration will be entertained.
To be held in the Adamson University in Manila, this overnight vigil will begin at 4:00 PM of Saturday, and end at 8:00 AM of Sunday, Solemnity of Christ the King and closing day of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy declared by Pope Francis last year.
It will be a celebration of God’s mercy, His gift to His beloved children as we close the jubilee! As Pope Francis himself said, “The Jubilee is like a party to which Jesus invites us all, without excluding anyone. It is a time when we discover that life together as brothers and sisters is like a great party, perhaps the most beautiful party we can imagine, the endless party that Jesus has taught us to celebrate by His Spirit.”
If you are a student in Metro Manila or nearby areas, tell your school about this; if you are from a parish or youth group, let your leaders know. Be part of this party for mercy!
More details are available on the event’s Facebook page–https://www.facebook.
Live Pure is a catholic youth movement committed to lead young people to a life of Real Freedom, True Love and Total Happiness by living a chaste life. A movement of the young that promotes and defends the culture of LIFE. This is not just a passing advocacy defined by the signs of the times, but rather, to Live Pure is our identity.