ARCHBISHOP JOSE PALMA CELEBRATES MASS FOR ST. JOSEMARIA

People from all walks of life thronged to the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral to celebrate the Feast Day of St. Josemaria Escriva, Founder of Opus Dei, during his feast day on June 26, 2015. Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma officiated the mass with Msgr. Cayetano Gelbolingo and Opus Dei priests, among others.

Archbishop Palma, in his homily, encouraged the faithful to draw inspiration from St. Josemaria by turning ordinary activities into events of sanctification and a form of prayer. (Photo of Archbishop Palma from catholicexhange.com)

THIS WEEK’S ISSUE

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CAREER ORIENTATION AND FEEDING PROGRAM LAUNCHED

DSWDSchool officials and faculty members from different schools in Danao City attended the career orientation and feeding program launching at CITE on June 29, 2015. The event facilitated by the Community Relations Manager Dr. Jon Mercado introduced the attendees to the programs of CITE and headed the launching of supplementary feeding activities for different beneficiary schools around Danao. The event was held in keeping with the ongoing Kain Po program.  

UPCOMING EVENT: SPORTSFEST 2015

Picture7Five houses will pit against one another in the battle for supremacy in the hardcourt and gameboards during the culmination of the 25th Sportsfest on September 23-25, 2015.

The sport groups composed of Red Dragons (All Section B), Yellow Tigers (All Section A), Green Hornets (All Section D) , Black Panthers (All Section E), and Blue Eagles (All Section C) will come face to face again starting the first week of September for the elimination rounds of major games.

BE PRACTICAL. GET TECHNICAL

posterChoosing the right course in college is the most important decision you will ever make after high school. A technical course is seen as the smartest choice if you want to gain technical know-how and skills that will give you a competitive edge in the workforce.

In the long run, our programs are designed to prepare you for an entrepreneurial undertaking that will provide you sustainability in any field you choose. Allow us to give you a sound advice for your future. Call the admission office at 346-1611.