Our lady of beautiful love parishPresentation Transcript
Our Lady of Beautiful Love Parish BY : ANNA PAULINE R. DIMLA 217A-BFA VAD
About my community… A community of disciples and renewed families where everyone particularly the men and the youth, takes role in the parish, all parishioners are united as loving caring, learning and sharing community, socially aware and prayerful.
How it was named as OLBL It was originally named Madre del Amor Hermoso or Mother of Fair Love. The KC Council changed it to Our Lady of Beautiful Love and made it the Council’s name. When Merville was declared a parish two years later, it was decided by Fr. Eusebio and the lay leaders to adopt the same name for the Parish.
Merville was considered part of the St. Andrew Parish of the town of Paranaque but attached to the St. Martin de Porres Parish of the older United Paranaque Subdivision The homeowners decided to build studier and permanent structure that was to serve as their chapel. And then 10 years later, it was finally inaugurated as a church.
Activities Youth Ministry Social Services Ministry Life in the Spirit Seminar Christian Family Movement Parish Counseling Service Prayer for the Elderly
Other Parish Organizations : Apostleship of Prayer in 1977 - responds to a contemporary nature of action in matters of piety, service and commitment. It purses the thrust of the AP mission, functioning as a family under the paternity of God. Legion of Mary in 1982 - a legion for service in the warfare against evil powers. Mother Butler Guild in 1985 - liturgical ministry and its service is directed towards the celebration of the Eucharist. The Catholic Women’s League in 1985 aims at sanctification of self and others in order to achieve the total development of self, family and the community. The Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration association in 1986 – promotes the devotion of a 24-hour vigil before the Blessed Sacrament, the Eucharist being the Living Heart of the Church, the source of all graces and love.