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  • 1. Progress Report Our Lady of the Rosary Parish Manaoag, Pangasinan Year 2008 -2009 Fr. Gallardo A. Bombase, Jr. O.P. Pastor May 31 ,2008 Fr. Conrado N. Marra, O.P. Parochial Vicar May 31, 2008 Parish Administrator on Saturdays and Sundays Parish Administrator on Tuesdays and Wednesdays Fr. Bienvenido S. Trinilla, Jr, O.P. Parochial Vicar December 1, 2009 Parish Administrator on Thursdays and Fridays Manaoag Parish in the Internet: In Youtube.com just search for – Manaoag parish activities In friendster and facebook look for- Manaoagparish@yahoo.com.ph http://www.eradioportal.com/index.php?p=2&aid=1&sid=68&tid=2 Email: manaoagparish@yahoo.com.ph and for Yahoo Messenger – RadyoDominiko@yahoo.com
  • 2. Manaoag is a first class municipality in the province of Pangasinan, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 62,684 people under 10,563 households
  • 3. Parish Priests of Manaoag thru the Years 1. 1950 -1974 Fr. Teodulo Cajigal, O.P. 2. 1974- 1975 Fr. Jose Salazar, O.P. 3. 1975 -1978 Fr. Rolando Macale, O.P. 4. 1978 – 1981 Fr. Jaime Boquiren, O.P. 5. 1981 – 1983 Fr. Domingo Nacion, O.P. 6. 1983 – 1988 Fr. Jose Salazar, O.P. 7. 1988 – 1992 Fr. Arturo Pestin, O.P. 8. 1992 - 1997 Fr. James Alamillo, O.P. 9. 1997 - 2008 Fr. Patricio Apa, O.P. 10. 2008 - Fr. Gallardo Bombase, O.P. 3
  • 4. Installation of the parish Priest On May 31, 2008 at the Feast of the Visitation , Fr. Gallardo A. “Butch”Bombase, Jr. O.P. was installed as the Pastor of the Parish of Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag by His excellency Arch. Oscar V. Cruz, D.D. during the “Misa de Gracia” of the Parishioners of Manaoag . Fr. Quirico T. Pedregosa, Jr. O.P. Prior Provincial of the Dominican Province of the Philippines with other Dominican Priests from different convents, parish leaders, parishioners and friends of the new parish priest were present to witness the ceremony. Fr. Pedregosa delivered the homily centering on gift of presence. As Elizabeth ‘s son recognized presence of Jesus in Mary , the baby in her womb leaped for joy , we should also recognize the presence of God in every one. Our presence is our gift. Recognize the gifts in every person. We have something that we can offer – ourselves, our talents, our time.
  • 5. Parish Pastoral Assembly At the start of the parish administration of Fr. Gallardo A. Bombase, Jr. , O.P. A Parish Pastoral Assembly was called for the purpose of consultation, coordination, cooperation and active, full and active participation of the parishioners. Questions like the following were asked: What are the positive and negative things about the Parish of Manaoag? , In what way the Parish of Manaoag can best serve you? , What are your dreams about the Parish of Manaoag? What are your suggestions on how can the Parishioners become cooperative and participative in parish activities? What do you expect from the new parish priest? The following questions would serve as an eye-opener and spring board for brainstorming and later on planning , envisioning, and getting the direction or roadmap. Group pictures are the different organizations and BECs. The vision-mission statement, priorities and plan of parish activities follow afterwards in the “Without a vision, thePPC meetings. people perish.” (Proverbs 29:18)
  • 6. Parish Pastoral Council Every 1st Sunday of the month the Parish Pastoral Council held its monthly regular meeting. There are the officers – Parish Priest as the President, Parish Lay Coordinator, Assistant Parish Lay Coordinator, Executive Secretary, Assistant Executive Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, Worship Chairman, Education Chairman, Social Action Chairman, Temporality Chairman and Youth Chairman. Presidents of Parish Religious Organizations like Adoracion Norturna Filipina, Apostleship of Prayer, Legion of Mary, Confraternity of the Holy Rosary, Holy Name Society, Mother Butlers’ Guild, Catholic Women’s League. Presidents of Parish Religious Movements like El Shaddai, Couples for Christ, St. Cecilia Cursillo, Dominican Laity, Chairs of Catechetical Ministry, Knights of the Altar, family Life Apostolate, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion for Men and for Women, Word Proclaimer, Area Coodinators of the 30 BEC Areas. Representatives of the Local Government Unit and School Representatives. Having no parish visionmission statement yet, no PPC constitution and by laws yet, the PPC formulated one. In the first meetings, the PPC planned to have a Parish Pastoral Assembly last July 5, 2008 for the purpose of consultation, analysis of the parish situations, recommendations and for plan of actions. Fr. Bombase, O.P. emphasized on the lay empowerment and lay involvement in all the parish activities. By means of formation, dialogues, meetings, and decision makings.
  • 7. Installation and Presentation of the Parish Pastoral Council Officers and Members to the Parishioners After the Constitution and By Laws of the PPC have formulated and approved, the new set of officers and members of the PPC for 2008-2010 were presented by the Parish Priest during the Misa Pro Populo. Fr. Bombase, O.P. in his homily admonished them about the role of the laity in the Church – to be the “light of the world and the salt of the earth.” To promote the dignity, holiness and sense of responsibility of the lay faithful, we should recognize them that they participate fully in the Church’s life and mission.
  • 8. Formulating the Parish Vision – Mission Statement As the outcome of the Parish Assembly, the parish think-tank continued its follow up meetings until the formulation of the parish vision and mission statement has been reached. Then, it was presented to the parish pastoral council November 2008. They members of the parish think-tank were glad enough to work on the date line. The parish core values and pastoral priorities of the Parish of our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag were also approved.
  • 9. Parish Vision- Mission Statement The Parish of Our Lady of the Rosary is a community called together by God through Our Mother Mary of Manaoag; To place God first in all things, to proclaim and to witness the Gospel of Jesus Christ; to grow in holiness through Prayers, Sacraments and Services. Parish Core Values Faith Witnessing and Evangelizing Community Love Stewardship
  • 10. Parish Pastoral Priorities Renewal and On-going Formation of Basic Christian Communities (Loving Community by living together the commandment of Jesus to love one another) Marian devotions as keys to Christian Living (Imitating Mary’s virtues in response to God’s Call) Care and Compassion to the Loss, Least and Lowly (Reaching out in love through apostolic and social services) Evangelization through Radyo Dominiko ng Manaoag (Effective Preaching the Gospel of Jesus by witnessing thru good examples and life-styles and by technology)
  • 11. SCHEDULE OF PASTORAL SERVICES Office Hours - Tuesdays to Sundays 7:00 A.M. – 12 Noon 1:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M. BEC Chapel Masses - Saturdays – 4:00 P.M. Misa Pro Populo - Sunday Mass – 4:00P.M. Day Off - Monday School Masses - Every Tuesdays till Fridays – 8:00 A.M. – 10:a.m. School Confessions/Consultation/Dialogue Schools - Tuesdays till Fridays – 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Marriage Interviews Tuesdays, Thursdays Fridays - 9 A.M. -11 A. M Pre-Cana Seminar - 2nd Saturdays and 4th Saturdays - 8 A.M. – 11:45 A. M. Pre-Baptismal Instruction / Baptism Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays – 11 A.M. Pre-Confirmation Instruction/ Confirmation - October Feast and Summer Feast of Manaoag – 1:00 P.M. Marriage Celebrations – Tuesdays till Saturdays 7:00 A.M./ 8:00A.M./9:00 A.M. – 2: 00 P.M. 3: 00 P.M. Sundays – 1:30 P.M. only Anointing of the Sick – Anytime Funeral Masses – Tuesdays to Saturdays 10:00 A.M. House Blessings, Funeral Blessings, Home Visitations, By Appointment Counseling and Spiritual Direction, Barangay Fiestas, BEC Chapel Masses By Appointment Holy Hour in the BEC Chapels, Funeral Vigils/Grief Ministers By Appointment Parish Pastoral Assembly Every First Saturday of January – 1:30 – 4:00 P.M. Parish Pastoral Council Meeting Every 1st Sunday of the Month – 9:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M. Basic Ecclesial Communities Area Officers Meeting – Every 2nd Sunday – 9:00 – 11:00 A.M. Parish Organizational Meetings – Every 2nd Saturday of the Month – 1:30 – 2:30 P.M. Basic Ecclesial Community Dialogue and Community Activity - Every Saturday – 3:00 P.M. Parish Liturgical Meeting Every 3rd Saturday – 1:30 – 2:30 P.M. Parish Staff Meeting Every 1th Saturday of the Month – 2 P.M.. Parish Priests Clergy Meeting - All 2nd Fridays of the Month – 8:30 A.M. – 12:00 Noon
  • 12. Parish Pastoral Programs 1.Parish Administrative Programs •Pastor and Parochial vicars Schedule of Pastoral Services •Clergy meeting •Priests retreats and seminars •Priests consultation meetings •Parish Upkeep and planning •Parish budget for projects and ministries •Parish Pastoral Manual and Guidelines •Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Training, Directing, Controlling and Leading •Parish demographic data from the Barangays/ BECs •Parish Council, parish Staff, parish planning committee and Personal Contacts 2. Parish Office Personnel Programs •Parish Office Schedules and Guides on baptism, marriages, cemetery, house blessings •Parish Organizational Chart •Personnel Policies and Benefits •Job qualifications, Job descriptions, job evaluations •Computerization of the Books •Books of Baptism, Confirmations, Holy Communion, Marriages, Funerals •Books of Accounts of Finance •Personnel Profiles – parish secretary, parish cashier, parish bookkeeper, parish utility and messenger, parish janitor and custodian, parish Information technician •Parish Inventories •Correspondence ( banns, notifications etc), reports and up dates •Parish Profile Report and parish census through the BEC •Parish personnel monthly meeting and on-going Christian formation •Catechist weekly formation
  • 13. 3. Worship Programs •School Masses from Tuesdays to Fridays •Chapel Barangay Masses on Saturdays •School Confessions before Mass schedules by semester •Eucharistic Adoration in BEC Chapel •Confirmations on October Feast and Summer Feast •Kasalan gratis sa Simbahan tuwing Febrero 14 •Barangay Fiesta Masses/ free Baptisms sa BEC •Para-liturgical celebrations in the BEC / Bibliarasal/ Bible Study and Marian devotions •Healing Mass on February 11 – International Day for the Sick •Commissioning and re-commissioning of the Ministers of the Altar (WP/ELM/AS) •Para-liturgical Manual in the Block rosary in the BEC during the visit of the BVM in every homes • Parish Grief Ministers- parish organizations that take charge of funeral vigils in the parish
  • 14. 5. Social Services and Development Programs •Medical/Dental Mission every September Mama Mary’s Birthday •Skills Training of parish organizations / BEC •Relief and Disaster preparedness management •Social services to the Lost, Least and Lowly •Care of ecology and environment (tree planting etc.) •Waste management •Feeding and nutrition program in coordination with Caritas Hapag-asa •Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible voting •Justice and peace advocacy – alay-kapwa and out-reach program •Creation of an Social Action Center 6. Parish Youth Movement Programs: •Sportsfest •Parish Youth Day every December 15 (Youth fellowship) •Youth mass/ Children Mass •Youth Ministers in the BEC •Youth summer camp (Skills training and personality development Seminar, Youth encounters) •AYD Program
  • 15. 4. Formation Programs •Seminar and Formation of VolCat sa BEC – Volunteer Catechists from the BEC •On-Going Catechetical Formation for the Professional Catechists – Elem and Hi Schools •Pre-Sacramental Catechetical Instructions (Baptism, confirmations, First Confessions and First Communions) •Pre-Cana Seminar •Recollection during the seasons of Lent and Advent •Leadership Seminar of the parish organizations/BEC • Radyo Dominiko ng Manaoag Evangelization Radio Program •Formation of Ministers at the altar (ELM, WP, AS) •On-going Christian formation of the BEC leaders – BEC Programs •Parish Pastoral Council Monthly Christian Formation •Training of radio evangelizers •Planning sessions of the parish pastoral council •PREX – parish renewal experience •Team building of the parish leaders •Strengthening the Block Rosary Zones in the BEC. •Basic Eccleisal Community on going monthly formation
  • 16. Parish Staff Monthly Formation Meeting Every 2nd Saturday of the month at 2 o’clock in the afternoon , the Parish Staff composed of the Parish Secretary, Parish Cashier, Parish Bookkeeper, Parish Information Technology Officer, Janitor, 2 Cemetery Keepers, and the 12 Catechists gathered together for their Christian on-going formation and business meetings and up dates reports with the Parish Priest. Job descriptions, job evaluations, and some information regarding their tasks are discussed. Once a month during their birthdays a celebration is done. Fr. Bombase, O.P. offered two important things on the workplace: 1. healthy working environment (Cleanliness, Orderliness, Safe and Things management); 2. harmonious relationship among co-workers (Respectful, Responsible and Reliable and Righteous). Every month an employee is given a topic to be discussed before the group. They reflect on the Christian values of work as Catholic workers. Motivate them how? (M - Mentoring provides continuity in the workplace.; O - Organize your team ; T - trust is allowing room for mistakes and holding people responsible to these mistakes; I -Involve others in decision-making ; V Value suggestions, recommendations, feedback ; A - Affirm and appreciate your teammates contribution ; T Train people ; E - Evaluate performance. As the Bible inspires us in I Thessalonians 5: 11 “encourage one another and build-up one another.” If we want a squeak-free company, let’s use the oil of motivation. Serving God , serving with love and serving with joy in the vineyard of the Lord.
  • 17. Pastoral Visitation of the Parish Priest Every other year the Parish Priest visit all the 33 BEC Areas of the Parish ( Matulong, Parian, Babasit East, Babasit Pugaro, Babasit West, Bisal, Bucao, Madriaga, Pantal, Lelemaan, Cabanbanan Centro, Cabanbanan West Cabanbanan East, Borac, Cabaongan, Namacpacan, Tebuel East, Tebuel West, San Ramon, Mermer, Lipit, Malicdem, Sta. Ines, Calaocan, Sapang, Licsi, Poblacion, Pao, Baritao, Oraan West, Oraan East, Pugaro, and Bliss Pugaro). Last August –October of 2008, Fr. Bombase, O.P. visited all the BEC Areas to have a consultations and dialogues, asking them of what the Church can do and what they can also do. To have a more easy coordination and active participation of the people living in the neighborhood by having BEC Zones and strengthening the Block Rosary . He told them about the Parish Polices on Baptism, Confirmations, Weddings, Parish Office Hours, BEC Chapel Masses, School Masses in the Barangays, Fiesta Masses, Duties and Rights of a Catholic, Recrutiing a Resident Extraordinary Eucharistic Minister and Catechists, informing them about the Pastoral Plan of the Parish- for activie participation in the parish.
  • 18. Management or System Audit in the Parish To set things on the proper and right roadmap, the Parish Priest and his Assistant Parish Priest decided to have a finance system audit and manual under the expert. Mrs. Nilda Villegas Oledan. Such audit is not an operational one – not to investigate but only to have a system to be followed. Here are the observations in the past, the parish is using the Cash Method of Accounting where all financial transactions are treated as Cash Inflow and Expenses. All cash outlays, whether capital expenditures are treated as expenses at the time the c ash is expended. The Bookkeeper handles the recording of transactions and safekeeping of Cash On Hand and Petty Cash Fund, makes the bank deposits and handles the purchasing of parish goods (This is a strong violation of internal controls. The Bookkeeper should not be Cashier at the same time.) The Parish Clerk receives Cash from all revenue sources of the Parish. No full Cashiering person. Only the Bookkeeper has access to the vault and keeps the vault’s keys. The Parish does not use Books of Accounts, rather, it uses a simple customized Accounting program catered to the Cash Method of Accounting. Cash deposits are done by the Bookkeeper once a week. Monthly Bank Reconciliation on the parish Active Current accounts are not prepared. No written guidelines on Official Cash Advances, Loans to Staff, Emergency Personal Cash Advances to Staff. The payroll function is handled by the Bookkeeper. The Bookkeeper handles the purchasing function. In summary, there was no internal control and check and balance. Recommendations are Accrual Method of Accounting is recommended. Office furniture and fixtures, office equipments shall be capitalized as assets. All future capital expenditures shall be capitalized. A Parish Inventory of all its fixed assets. Bookkeeper should be relieved of her cash handling functions – only recording. A full Cashier should be given to a staff other than the Bookkeeper. Cashier receives cash, cash on hand, passbooks and certificates of time deposits and Parish Vault. Daily banking. The parish Secretary handles the administrative duties like timekeeping, leaves and tardiness computation. Bookkeeper handles the payroll sheet preparation and corresponding pay slips. Cashier handles the encashment of Cash for payroll purposes, Counting the cash and inserting cash to every pay envelope based on the net amount of the pay slip of each staff.
  • 19. Dominican Mission Month The Parish celebrated the Dominican Mission Month on August. It was held inside the Church where Awareness of the Dominican Mission was done through Power point illustration of what is the mission of the Dominican Order, What are the Priorities of the Mission of the Dominican Order, Presence of the Dominicans – School, Media, Mission lands, Parishes, Universities and Colleges and around the world.
  • 20. Radyo Dominiko Ng Manaoag – May Kasama Ka To multiply our presence, reach out to all parishioners and even those who do not go to Church or Parish, Fr. Gallardo A. Bombase, Jr. O.P. being a Class A HAM radio operator, a License Media Broadcaster, a Member of the KBP, a member of the Media Board of the Dominican Province of the Philippines, a part-time radio announcer of Radio Veritas and a radio enthusiast decided to put up a low cost FM Radio Station after securing a permit from the National Telecommunication Commissions as a Community Radio (NTC Permit No. AA-00075-08). On August 15, 2008 on the feast of the Assumption, a gift given and received, the antenna and the transmitter of Radyo Dominiko ng Manaoag were put in place to begin its first broadcast.. “Ang radyo na tumatawag sa lahat na isabuhay natin ang Salita ng Diyos.” October 5, 2008 the blessing of the Radio Studio located near the information counter of Manaoag Convent. The purpose of Radyo Dominiko ng Manaoag is for evangelization and catechesis. Bringing God closer to people within their reach. Inspiring religious songs, Catechism of the Catholic Church, Bible Verses, Teaching Lessons, live Daily and Sunday Masses , Rosary, other devotional prayers are being heard over this radio. Radyo Domiiniko is recognized by the Master General of the Order of Preachers, a member of the Radio Preaching Network and a Dominican Radio Station. The announcers are called Radio Evangelizers. They work for free on voluntary basis but we give them transportation allowance. It is on the air from 5 in the morning till 12 midnight. It is now being listened throughout the world via internetjust search for radyo dominiko ng manaoag. Listeners from abroad are giving feedbacks through the Yahoo Messenger of Radyodominiko@yahoo.com .it is the hope of Radyo Dominiko ng Manaoag to be the mouthpiece of Mary of Manaoag in proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ to all people, bringing blessings and calling us all to holiness.
  • 21. Regular Monthly School Masses in 15 Elementary Public Schools and 3 National High Schools in Manaoag “Feed my sheep”. This is a command of Jesus to his shepherd. As a response fr. Butch told himself “Feed the children with the Eucharistic Food” In June 2008, a official visit to all Public School Principal was done to ask for permission to have a monthly mass in their schools. This is to make the students encounter Christ and His presence through the celebration of the Holy Eucharist. Bringing Christ and His Church to the School. This is also one way to enhance the Catechetical Ministry in the school. Assisted by the Catechist, the school officials and students are involved like doing the reading. The BEC Areas which are near the schools are encouraged to participate also. All the students from grade 3 till the grade 6 are given the opportunity to go to confessions and receive holy communion at least once a year. Every 8 AM from Tuesdays to Fridays in the month School Masses are being celebrated in this Elementary Schools (Matulong, Babasit, BisalBucao, Pantal, Lelemaan, Cabanbanan, Nalsian, San Ramon, Lipit, Sta. Ines, Central, Pao, Baritao, Oraan West Pugaro,) National High School (Manaoag, Lipit, Cabanbanan).
  • 22. Number of Students who have gone to Confession –Communion From Grades 3, 4, 5, 6 and national high school Name of Schools School Year 2008-09 1.Babasit Elem School 2.Baritao Elem School 3.Bisal-Bucao Elem School 4.Cabanbanan Elem School 5.Manaoag Central School 6.Lelemaan Elem School 7.Lipit Elem School 8.Matulong Elem School 9.Nalsian Elem School 10.Pao Elem School 11.Pantal Elem School 12.Pugaro Elem School 13.Oraan West Elem School 14.San Ramon Elem School 15.Sta. Ines Elem School 358 312 196 310 1192 460 388 145 222 283 170 198 185 200 120 TOTAL Elementary Students 365 320 200 300 1192 208 395 74 298 298 160 66 183 210 100 4,739 1, Manaoag National High School 2. Cabanbanan national High School 3. Lipit National High School 3,176 498 255 Total High School Students School Year 2009-1 4,369 3,240 486 286 3,929 4,012 (At least once a year all elementary students are given the opportunity to go to confession – receive the Holy Communion every month.)
  • 23. Medical-Dental-Optical Mission Every September in celebrating the Birthday of the Blessed Virign Mary, UNO High School of Tondo Manila under the leadership of Mr. Robert Quan and the Parish of Manaoag always hold a Medical-Dental-Optical Mission at the Pilgrim Center. Our less fortunate brothers and sisters in the Parish avail of the free consultation, free check up and free medicines. Last 2009 there were about 1,402 people who benefited (1,215 for Medical and 53 for Dental 164 for Optical). There were about 90 volunteers composed of Doctors, Nurses, Dentists and Optometrists. And other volunteers who assisted in the mission.
  • 24. September 8 Feast of the Birthday of Mary – An Overnight Vigil The Parish Youth of Manaoag holds an overnight vigil every September 8 in honor of the Birthday of Mary. Youth from the different BEC areas and Barangay participated. A night of bonding, praying, singing, listening to the Talk and reflecting on what was spoken were the activities enjoyed by the youth. From 6 pm of September 7 till 6 am of September 8, the whole festivity ended with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
  • 25. Oplan Kaluluwa All Saints and All Souls Day an annual activity in the parish where hold the celebration of the Eucharist in the catholic cemetery and also in the municipal cemetery. The blessing follows assisted by the Dominican Novices and the Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. The scholars of the parish and the catechist assisted in the updating of the lists. The rental of the lot in the cemetery is only 100 pesos per year.
  • 26. Libreng Kasalan sa Simbahan (Mass Wedding) To help the parishioners who are not yet married in the Church, the parish established a free wedding and free banquet afterwards. It was agreed upon by the PPC and approved by Fr. Bombase that every 14 day of February a Free Wedding shall be celebrated. Such a good opportunity for less fortunate parishioners to avail. Last 2009there were about 24 couples. This year 2010 there were only 13 couples. The BEC Areas helped in the food and drinks. It is a community activity of sharing.
  • 27. Serbisyo pakatapos ng bagyo During the typhoon Peping the parish responded to the call to reach out and serve the victims. With Ramie, the Social Action Chairman and his wife, Fr. Bombase called his Chinese friends in Manila for immediate assistance. Immediate response was given. Once the road to Manila was passable the relief of goods and medicines arrived. The barangays which were heavily flooded are those near the river. The approach in giving the relief is rather personal. House to house method, though it was a bit tiresome but heart warming to see the real situation.
  • 28. Activities of the Parish Organizations Inductions, anniversaries, parties, installation of different parish organizations are celebrated. The Knights of the Altar, the Handmaids, El Shaddai, 1st Anniversary of Radyo Dominiko ng Manaoag, Holy Name Society, Mother Butlers’ Guild and Apostleship of Prayer.
  • 29. Parish Organizations and their Chaplains 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Adoracion Nocturna Filipina Apostleship of Prayer Legion of Mary Confraternity of the Holy Rosary Holy Name Society Mother Butlers’ Guild Catholic Women’s League El Shaddai Charismatic Couples for Christ Sta. Cecilia Cursillo Knights of the Altar Family Life Apostolate Word Proclaimers/ Choirs Catechetical Ministry Youth Ministry Extraordinary Eucharistic Ministers Basic Ecclesial Communities Parish Pastoral Council Parish Staff Social Action - Fr. Eduardo Alapide, O.P. - Fr. Conrado Marra, O.P. - Fr. Charles Barrientos, O.P. - Fray Bonifacio Mergal, O.P. - Fr. Bienvenido Trinilla, O.P. - Fr. Gallardo Bombase, O.P. - Fr. Conrado Marra, O.P. - Fr. Gallardo Bombase, O.P. - Fr. Gallardo Bombase, O.P. - Fr. Bienvenido Trinilla, O.P. - Fr. Teodoro Goc, O.P. - Fr. Gallardo Bombase, O.P. - Fr. Roland Mactal, O.P. - Fr. Gallardo Bombase, O.P. - Fr. Charles Barrientos, O.P. - Fr. Conrado Marra, O.P. - Fr. Gallardo Bombase, O.P.. - Fr. Gallardo Bombase, O.P. - Fr. Gallardo Bombase, O.P. - Fr. Bienvenido Trinilla, O.P. All Chaplains should meet their respective assignments at least once a month for their spiritual and Christian formation and submit to the Parish Priest their Program and Schedule of Activities. And remind their presidents and heads to attend the monthly PPC Meeting every 1st Sunday at 9 am – 11 am. And be ready of their reports.
  • 30. Parish Children’s Choir As a concrete result of the School Masses in the elementary public schools, the Parish organized children’s choir handled by some of the Parish Catechists. It is composed of 41 children - 28 girls and 13 boys. They are scheduled to sing every Sunday 3 in the afternoon. It begun last April 2009.
  • 31. Parish Youth Day The parish celebrates Youth Day. Young people from the different Basic Ecclesial Communities participated in this lively gathering of young people, listening to talks, doing team building activities, praying together. Young people is the treasure of the Church and the parish reiterated by fr butch during his talk.
  • 32. Pre-Sacramental Instructions Here in Manaoag Parish, instructions and formations are highly emphasized. No one should receive the sacraments without undergoing basic instructions of the Catholic Doctrine. The catechists handle the catechetical dimension. In Marriage, the family planning is handled by a Doctor. Basic marriage is facilitated by a Couple team. Marriage seminar is scheduled every 2nd and 4th Saturday in the morning at 8 a.m. till 12 noon.
  • 33. Statistical Report on the number of recipients of the Sacraments Sacraments 1.Baptisms 2.Confirmations 3.First Communion 4.Marriages 5.Deaths entered in the Church Jan –Dec 2008 1441 persons 386 810 160 405 Jan-Dec 2009 1136 313 850 163 395
  • 34. BEC Chapel Masses We have 22 Chapels in the Parish. Masses are held on Saturdays at 4 in the afternoon. Every Saturday the BEC gather together for the weekly bible study, praying the rosary and ongoing formation at 3 in the afternoon. The BEC Area Coordinators and BEC Zone Coordinators handled the responsibilities.
  • 35. Feeding the less fortunate during the birthday of Fr. Butch O.P. It was a promise of Fr. Butch Bombase, O.P. when he reached the age of 50 yrs old, every time he celebrates his birthday he would celebrate it with the less fortunate. There was first the Eucharistic food and then bodily food. Last 2009 it held in Pio Generoso Elementary School about 600 students were fed. This year 2010 it was held in Panlang Pugaro the poorest barangay in Manaoag feding about 350 children. It was fun and heart warming experience. This was made possible through the goodness of God through the generosity of his friends like Mrs. ConnieTan and some benefactors.
  • 36. Out-Reach Program to Students Last December 2009 the elementary students of Oraan West received bags of school supplies. They were victims of the flood of the typhoon peping. From grade one to grade six, there were about 325 students who were benefited from the program. School supplies were donated by Chinese community headed by Robert Quan and Connie Tan.
  • 37. Parish Recollection Recollection is a parish activity during Advent and Lent. It is means of preparation for the parishioners to have a deeper meaning of some spiritual realities. It is an encounter with oneself, with one another and with God. It usually held in the Church. The participants are from the different parish organizations and the Basic Ecclesial Community Areas. It was also being broadcasted over Radyo Dominiko ng Manaoag as live.
  • 38. State Of the Parish Address Parish awareness and participation demands that parishioners are aware of the parish and its up dates that they can participate in the pastoral program of the parish. Fr Bombase deemed it necessary to adopt the SOPA every year before going to Christmas party of the parish. It is held in the Church. Then to the Pilgrim Center. The things discussed are the reports of the parish priest on what has been done throughout the year, updates and things which the parishioners can participate. The Ministries, Parish Organizations, the BEC and Parish Staff are made to submit reports to the parish priest on or before December 1. The previous year the reports were nil but needs to be followed up all the time. Anyway they are not yet cooperative and participative in terms of submitting reports.
  • 39. A million thanks for the support, cooperation, generosity and participation to make things happen. Thank You So Much Something Good is Going To Happen To Us Because Mama Mary of Manaoag Loves us all.
  • 40. Submitted and reported by Fr. Gallardo A. Bombase, Jr., O.P. Pastor Parish of Our Lady of the Rosary Manaoag, Pangasinan May 31, 2008 - December 31, 2009