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Holy family parish makati

  1. 1. Holy Family Parish Church Makati City Submitted by Jiress Ann Romulo 217A - VDC
  2. 2. History• Location: Faraday St. Brgy. San Isidro, Makati City• Run by Salesian Fathers• 1960s – Birth of San Isidro Chapel. It was named after the Spanish mystic, who is the patron saint of agriculture, as a reminder that the bustling place was once swamp and agricultural lands.• 1980s – A second structure was built but partly burned. Holy Family Parish logo
  3. 3. History• 1983 – A stronger structure was built by Fr. Renato Frias of Sta. Clara de Montefalco, Pasay – There was confusion among the community as to whether they belonged to the Sta. Clara Parish in Pasay or to San Ildefonso Parish in Barangay Pio del Pilar, Makati. – Bishop Gabriel Reyes decided that the chapel should be part of San Ildefonso Parish. – Fr. John Rizzato of the Salesians of Don Bosco, then parish priest of San Ildefonso, agreed to unite the barangay under one parish
  4. 4. History• 1987 (Birth of Holy Family Parish) – Fr. Douglas envisioned the future church to be a shrine under the tutelage of the Holy Family since he noticed how the community worked together in building their place of worship in unity, peace and love like their patron San Isidro Labrador. – Due to an existing San Isidro Parish Church in Taft Ave., Fr. Douglas and the community embraced the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph as the patron of the newly constructed church.• April 26, 1993 - The Holy Family Church was officially established as a parish.
  5. 5. The Parish
  6. 6. Parish priests
  7. 7. Fr. Cecilio Rotor Msgr. Nestor Cerbo Fr. (1993-1994) (1994-1998) VirginioPedregos a (1998-2001)
  8. 8. Rev. Fr. Primitivo Lopez Rev. Fr. Eugene David (2001-2006) (2007-present)
  9. 9. Parishorganizations
  10. 10. Extraordinary Ministers of the Holy Eucharist
  11. 11. Social Service Development Ministry (Caritas)
  12. 12. Family and Life Ministry
  13. 13. Mother Butlers Guild
  14. 14. Legion of Mary
  15. 15. Parish Youth Ministry
  16. 16. AdoracionNocturna Filipina
  17. 17. Music Ministry
  18. 18. Lectors and Commentators Ministry
  19. 19. Apostleship of Prayer
  20. 20. Ministry of Altar Servers
  21. 21. Knights of Colombus
  22. 22. THANK YOU!
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