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Formation Modules in Preparation for the Visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines


Formation Modules



Circular No. 2014-42
10 October 2014


TO: ALL PARISH PRIEST, RECTORS, CHAPLAINS, MINISTRY HEADS AND HEADS OF RCAM-ES SCHOOLS IN THE ARCHDIOCESE OF MANILA

RE: FORMATION MODULES IN PREPARATION FOR THE VISIT OF POPE FRANCIS TO THE PHILIPPINES


Dear Monsignor/Father/Brother/Sister:

Peace!  

As part of the faithful in preparation for the visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines in January 2015, we are forwarding to you a booklet containing the modules of the formation program.

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POVERTY THAT DEHUMANIZES, POVERTY THAT SANCTIFIES CBCP Lenten Message 2014




Do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with your God (Micah 6:8)


POVERTY THAT DEHUMANIZES, POVERTY THAT SANCTIFIES


CBCP Lenten Message 2014



As we begin this Lenten Season in the Year of the Laity, we invite you, our brothers and sisters, to reflect on poverty, particularly the types that contradict God‟s Kingdom as well as those other types that promote and establish the Kingdom. We do this following the lead of our Holy Father, Pope Francis, whose own Lenten Message takes its inspiration from St. Paul writing about our Lord Jesus Christ: “He became poor, so that by his poverty you might become rich” (cf. 2 Cor 8:9).
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POVERTY, MIGRATION AND FAMILY



Archbishop Socrates B Villegas
CBCP President, October 16, 2014
From Rome


Because the family is also an economic unit, poverty impacts on it -- more often than not (though not necessarily), negatively.  While inspiring stories are told of families that have emerged stronger after having been tested in the crucible of poverty, more often, poverty inflicts terrible wounds on members of the family and sadly, many times, there is never a complete recovery!

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