COMMUNICATIONS from the Bishop

No. 944          Diocese of Marbel, Philippines                   16 July 2017

  1. CHRISTIAN STEWARDSHIP

Bishop Dinualdo shared his insights one Stewardship with around 200 CFC members, 15 July 2017, Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Parish Gym, General Santos City.  Thanks to Fr. Manny, CP, Parish Priest.

Meaning

Stewardship is personal responsibility for taking care of another person’s property or financial affairs.

FOUR PRINCIPLES OF BIBLICAL STEWARDSHIP

Bill Peel wrote an essay entitled “Leadership in Stewardship”.  He suggests four important principles. 

  • The Principle of Ownership

“To Yahweh belong earth and all it holds, the world and all who live in it.””

“Yahweh God took the man and settled him in the garden of Eden to cultivate and take care of it” (Gen. 2: 15-16). It is clear that man was created to work and that work is the stewardship of all of the creation that God has given him.This is the fundamental principle of biblical stewardship. God owns everything, we are simply managers or administrators acting on his behalf.

Stewardship is thus the commitment of one’s self and possessions to God’s service, recognizing that we do not have the right of control over our property or ourselves.    

 We might say: “My power and the strength of my hands have produced this wealth for me.” (Deut. 8: 17). But Deuteronomy 8:18 says otherwise:“Remember the LORD your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth.”

  • The Principle of Responsibility

God owns everything; we’re responsible for how we treat it and what we do with it.Responsibility is ability to respond.  We should develop ourselves to be able to discharge effectively and efficiency our task of stewardship: adequate knowledge acquisition, values formation, skills training, etc. 

  • The Principle of Accountability

One day God will ask us to give an account for how we have managed what the master has given us.

Parable of the talents (Mt. 25: 14-30)

The talent was not a coin; it was a weight.  Coin should be copper, gold or silver.  Silver was more common.

The Master gave one servant 5 talents; a second, 2 talents and the third one talent.  The first did business with the 5 and earned 5 more; the 2nd, earned another 2; but the third did not work – he hid it. Lazy.

Accounting time came.  Master was happy with the two earners and gave them more work.  Master was unhappy with the non-worker – he was thrown into the dark – he lost an opportunity tobe productive.

Lessons:

  • abilities/resources differ.
  • God gives us everything we need to perform what he has called us to do.
  • Success is a product of work.
  • We work for God, not for ourselves.
  • God will hold us accountable for everything we have been given: time, talent, treasure, etc.

We will all give account to God as to how well we managed the resources he has entrusted to us.

  • The Principle of Reward

“Well done, good and faithful servant; you have shown you can be faithful in small things, I will trusty you will greater, come and join in your trust Master’s happiness” (Mt. 25: 21-22: The happiness of the heavenly bouquet”, footnote, Jerusalem Bible.) same to the one who earned two more talents.

Col 3: 22-24 “whatever your work is, put your heart into it as if it were for the Lord and not for men, knowing that the Lord will repay you by making you his heirs.  It is Christ the Lord that you are serving.

“We used to be faithful stewards of all God has given us within the opportunities presented through his providence to glorify him, to serve the common good and further his Kingdom

Ad Maioem Dei Glorian

(For the greater glory of God.)

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COMMUNICATIONS from the Bishop

No. 944          Diocese of Marbel, Philippines                   16 July 2017

  1. CBCP STATEMENT ON MARAWI, TERRORISM AND DIALOGUE

    10 July 2017 (A Precis)

“Turn from evil and Do good, Seek Peace and Pursue it” (Ps. 34: 14)

“We call for the return to normally and peace in Marawi and its envious as soon as Possible.  We wonder whether the continued state of Martial Law, much more its extension, will bring this about.”

“We believe that the war in Marawi is not religious.” Muslims have Protected and helped Christians to escape from almost certain death.” “Even now Christians are assisting thousands of Muslims who have fled from Marawi for safety.”

“Condemnation of Terrorism and Violent Extremism

“The violent extremist Maute group in Marawi…have contradicted the fundamental tenets of Islam by abducting and hostaging, maiming and killing the innocent.”

“Dialogue for Peace, the Common Word

Intra-faith dialogue among our respective co-religionists and inter-religious dialogue between Muslims and Christians.” Common word is LOVE: love of God and love of neighbor. (cf. Deut. 6: 4-5; Mk. 12: 28-31 and John 15: 12).

“Proxis of Love and Gratitude”

“Loving our neighbor needs action”: material assistance and prayer.  Vigilance. Help “security forces thwart the threats of terrorism in Mindanao.  Help rebuild Marawi City”.

“With profound gratitude we acknowledge the priceless generosity of kind donors from different faiths.”

“Maryam, the Mother of Jesus, is praised and honored in the Qur’an and by many Christians.  To the prayers of Maryam, we commend our efforts for peace and harmony between peoples of different faiths.”

“Let us respect each other, be fair, just and kind to one another and live in sincere peace, harmony and mutual good will” (see Common Word letter).

+Socrate B. Villegas, D.D.                                                                                                              Archbishop of Lingayen-Dagupan

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COMMUNICATIONS from the Bishop

No. 944          Diocese of Marbel, Philippines                   16 July 2017

  1. CBCP STATEMENT ON MARAWI, TERRORISM AND DIALOGUE

    10 July 2017 (A Precis)

“Turn from evil and Do good, Seek Peace and Pursue it” (Ps. 34: 14)

“We call for the return to normally and peace in Marawi and its envious as soon as Possible.  We wonder whether the continued state of Martial Law, much more its extension, will bring this about.”

“We believe that the war in Marawi is not religious.” Muslims have Protected and helped Christians to escape from almost certain death.” “Even now Christians are assisting thousands of Muslims who have fled from Marawi for safety.”

“Condemnation of Terrorism and Violent Extremism

“The violent extremist Maute group in Marawi…have contradicted the fundamental tenets of Islam by abducting and hostaging, maiming and killing the innocent.”

“Dialogue for Peace, the Common Word

Intra-faith dialogue among our respective co-religionists and inter-religious dialogue between Muslims and Christians.” Common word is LOVE: love of God and love of neighbor. (cf. Deut. 6: 4-5; Mk. 12: 28-31 and John 15: 12).

“Proxis of Love and Gratitude”

“Loving our neighbor needs action”: material assistance and prayer.  Vigilance. Help “security forces thwart the threats of terrorism in Mindanao.  Help rebuild Marawi City”.

“With profound gratitude we acknowledge the priceless generosity of kind donors from different faiths.”

“Maryam, the Mother of Jesus, is praised and honored in the Qur’an and by many Christians.  To the prayers of Maryam, we commend our efforts for peace and harmony between peoples of different faiths.”

“Let us respect each other, be fair, just and kind to one another and live in sincere peace, harmony and mutual good will” (see Common Word letter).

+Socrate B. Villegas, D.D.                                                                                                              Archbishop of Lingayen-Dagupan

President, CBCP

 

  1. CHRISTIAN STEWARDSHIP

Bishop Dinualdo shared his insights one Stewardship with around 200 CFC members, 15 July 2017, Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Parish Gym, General Santos City.  Thanks to Fr. Manny, CP, Parish Priest.

Meaning

Stewardship is personal responsibility for taking care of another person’s property or financial affairs.

FOUR PRINCIPLES OF BIBLICAL STEWARDSHIP

Bill Peel wrote an essay entitled “Leadership in Stewardship”.  He suggests four important principles. 

  • The Principle of Ownership

“To Yahweh belong earth and all it holds, the world and all who live in it.””

“Yahweh God took the man and settled him in the garden of Eden to cultivate and take care of it” (Gen. 2: 15-16). It is clear that man was created to work and that work is the stewardship of all of the creation that God has given him.This is the fundamental principle of biblical stewardship. God owns everything, we are simply managers or administrators acting on his behalf.

Stewardship is thus the commitment of one’s self and possessions to God’s service, recognizing that we do not have the right of control over our property or ourselves.    

 We might say: “My power and the strength of my hands have produced this wealth for me.” (Deut. 8: 17). But Deuteronomy 8:18 says otherwise:“Remember the LORD your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth.”

  • The Principle of Responsibility

God owns everything; we’re responsible for how we treat it and what we do with it.Responsibility is ability to respond.  We should develop ourselves to be able to discharge effectively and efficiency our task of stewardship: adequate knowledge acquisition, values formation, skills training, etc. 

  • The Principle of Accountability

One day God will ask us to give an account for how we have managed what the master has given us.

Parable of the talents (Mt. 25: 14-30)

The talent was not a coin; it was a weight.  Coin should be copper, gold or silver.  Silver was more common.

The Master gave one servant 5 talents; a second, 2 talents and the third one talent.  The first did business with the 5 and earned 5 more; the 2nd, earned another 2; but the third did not work – he hid it. Lazy.

Accounting time came.  Master was happy with the two earners and gave them more work.  Master was unhappy with the non-worker – he was thrown into the dark – he lost an opportunity tobe productive.

Lessons:

  • abilities/resources differ.
  • God gives us everything we need to perform what he has called us to do.
  • Success is a product of work.
  • We work for God, not for ourselves.
  • God will hold us accountable for everything we have been given: time, talent, treasure, etc.

We will all give account to God as to how well we managed the resources he has entrusted to us.

  • The Principle of Reward

“Well done, good and faithful servant; you have shown you can be faithful in small things, I will trusty you will greater, come and join in your trust Master’s happiness” (Mt. 25: 21-22: The happiness of the heavenly bouquet”, footnote, Jerusalem Bible.) same to the one who earned two more talents.

Col 3: 22-24 “whatever your work is, put your heart into it as if it were for the Lord and not for men, knowing that the Lord will repay you by making you his heirs.  It is Christ the Lord that you are serving.

“We used to be faithful stewards of all God has given us within the opportunities presented through his providence to glorify him, to serve the common good and further his Kingdom

Ad Maioem Dei Glorian

(For the greater glory of God.)

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COMMUNICATIONS from the Bishop

No. 943          Diocese of Marbel, Philippines                   13 July 2017

  1. ADFAP (cont…)

2nd Talk

“Towards Effective Financial Governance – Mr. Francis Estrada (Chair, Institute of Corporation Directors)

  • Good Governance is the appropriate way to govern/run a corporation in the context of its stakeholders and its role in the economy and society.
  • Good governance is not an end itself. It is a means to achieve alignment among corporation’s vision, mission, objectives, strategy and performance; ensure every member of the corporation understands his/her specific role/responsibility.
  • Responsibilities of all Administrators:
  1. Protect Ecclesiastical Assets
  2. Ensure that the diocese/archdiocese complies with all canon and civil laws
  3. Alert the parish priest/Bishop to existing/emerging financial risks – provide possible solutions to the same.
  4. Keep an accurate account and record of all financial transactions of the Diocese.
  5. Prepare and circulate relevant and comprehensive reports documenting the true financial position of the diocese.
  • Ensuring credible and effective implementation
  1. Arrange for an independent and credible review to determine consistency of Plans with Actual results.
  2. Preparation of comprehensive Diocesan annual reports to provide transparency and share4 ownership to the faithful and church benefactors
  3. Engage credible/capable stakeholders in Planning/Performance Evaluation Process.

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COMMUNICATIONS from the Bishop

No. 943          Diocese of Marbel, Philippines                   13 July 2017

  1. JOINT RECOLLECTION OF CLERGY

Date and venue: 11 July 2017; Sto. Niño de Bula Parish

Attendance: 67 (14 religious; 50 diocesan and 3 deacons)

  • Sharer: Fr. Cerilo Allan Casicas, STL

Topic: “Trinity: Origin, Foundation and Goal of Communion”

  1. Trinity as Economic Trinity and Immanent Trinity
  2. The Trinitarian Structure of God’s Revelation and Saving Acts
  • The Immanent Trinity: God as Communion in Being

Trinity – a mystery of one God (nature) and three distinct persons/relations: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

God is love. Origin, foundation and goal of communion is the love of God, the Father through Son in the Holy Spirit.

Mass presider: Fr. Sergio Arenza, OFMCap

Homilist: Deacon Salvador Leyso

  • Businesses
  • Approval of Fr. Fernando Suarez, MMMP, to establish a healing center and retreat house in Mt. Matutum, Polomolok, South Cotabato.
  • August 21-25, 2017, Annual Retreat, Diocesan Clergy, Holy Cross, Calumpang, General Santos City. Fr. Amado Picardal, CSsR, STD – Facilitator.
  • August 5, 2017 – Gathering of Parish Communities, South Cotabato Cultural Gym, Koronadal City. (Fr. Dennis Gamo)

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COMMUNICATIONS from the Bishop

No. 943          Diocese of Marbel, Philippines                   13 July 2017

  1. JOINT RECOLLECTION OF CLERGY

Date and venue: 11 July 2017; Sto. Niño de Bula Parish

Attendance: 67 (14 religious; 50 diocesan and 3 deacons)

  • Sharer: Fr. Cerilo Allan Casicas, STL

Topic: “Trinity: Origin, Foundation and Goal of Communion”

  1. Trinity as Economic Trinity and Immanent Trinity
  2. The Trinitarian Structure of God’s Revelation and Saving Acts
  • The Immanent Trinity: God as Communion in Being

Trinity – a mystery of one God (nature) and three distinct persons/relations: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

God is love. Origin, foundation and goal of communion is the love of God, the Father through Son in the Holy Spirit.

Mass presider: Fr. Sergio Arenza, OFMCap

Homilist: Deacon Salvador Leyso

  • Businesses
  • Approval of Fr. Fernando Suarez, MMMP, to establish a healing center and retreat house in Mt. Matutum, Polomolok, South Cotabato.
  • August 21-25, 2017, Annual Retreat, Diocesan Clergy, Holy Cross, Calumpang, General Santos City. Fr. Amado Picardal, CSsR, STD – Facilitator.
  • August 5, 2017 – Gathering of Parish Communities, South Cotabato Cultural Gym, Koronadal City. (Fr. Dennis Gamo)

 

  1. ADFAP (cont…)

2nd Talk

“Towards Effective Financial Governance – Mr. Francis Estrada (Chair, Institute of Corporation Directors)

  • Good Governance is the appropriate way to govern/run a corporation in the context of its stakeholders and its role in the economy and society.
  • Good governance is not an end itself. It is a means to achieve alignment among corporation’s vision, mission, objectives, strategy and performance; ensure every member of the corporation understands his/her specific role/responsibility.
  • Responsibilities of all Administrators:
  1. Protect Ecclesiastical Assets
  2. Ensure that the diocese/archdiocese complies with all canon and civil laws
  3. Alert the parish priest/Bishop to existing/emerging financial risks – provide possible solutions to the same.
  4. Keep an accurate account and record of all financial transactions of the Diocese.
  5. Prepare and circulate relevant and comprehensive reports documenting the true financial position of the diocese.
  • Ensuring credible and effective implementation
  1. Arrange for an independent and credible review to determine consistency of Plans with Actual results.
  2. Preparation of comprehensive Diocesan annual reports to provide transparency and share4 ownership to the faithful and church benefactors
  3. Engage credible/capable stakeholders in Planning/Performance Evaluation Process.

 

  1. DONATION FOR MARAWI (as of 10 July 2017) 
Parish Amount Parish Amount Parish Amount
Malapatan   4,656.00 Marbel 45,238.75 Polomolok 34,858.25
Banga   6,450.00 Alabel 6,694.00 Lagao 20,000.00
Surallah 20,000.00 Maitum 6,834.00 Lagao (2) 27,486.36
Fatima 20,000.00 Lake Sebu 3,645.25 Holy Cross 500.00
Bula 18,142.00 Norala 9,512.75 OLPGVP 120,000.00
Maasim   3,702.65 Tampakan 2,500.00 Tantangan 3,217.00
T’boli   4,894.50 St. Michael 20,000.00 Tupi 10,000.00
Glan 10,000.00 Holy Cross 13,399.00 Malandag 3,000.00
Cannery 5,000.00 NET TOTAL 419,730.51

 

  1. ALAY KAPWA 2017 (as of 10 July 2017) 
Parish Amount Parish Amount Parish Amount
Banga 7,545.50 Norala 37,447.75 St. Michael 27,302.20
Malungon 1,267.20 Maasim 2,819.00 Holy Cross 13,046.00
Surallah 10,000.00 Alabel 3,656.00 Polomolok 23,988.20
Marbel 31,502.00 Maitum 2,790.00 Lagao (S) 11,592.00
Malapatan 2,500.00 Glan 100.00 Lagao 13,455.75
Kiamba 3,270.00 Maasim (S) 6,106.00 T’boli 4,306.75
OLPGV 34,460.00 Banga 14,144.00 Tantangan (S) 2,500.00
Glan 6,734.00 Malungon 3,184.00 Tupi 5,000.00
Sagrada P. 8,794.00 Tampakan (S) 2,500.00 Malandag 3,000.00
TOTAL 283,010.35

 

  1. DXCP: SUPPORT FROM PARISHES (as of 10 July 2017 
PARISHES 2016 2017
1.      St. Anthony Parish (Koronadal) 18,000.00 18,000.00
2.      Holy Cross Parish (Calumpang) 12,000.00 5,000.00
3.      Sts. Peter & Paul Parish (Lagao) 12,000.00 6,000.00
4.      St. Michael Parish (City Heights) 4,500.00
5.      Sta. Teresita Parish (Tupi)   7,000.00
6.      Our Lady of Fatima (Fatima, GSC)   6,000.00
7.      San Isidro Labrador (Alabel)   6,000.00
8.      Our Lady of Lourdes (Polomolok)   5,000.00 12,000.00
9.      Sta. Cruz Parish (Maasim)   6,000.00
10.  Sta. Catalina Parish (Glan)   2,000.00
11.  OLPGVP (GenSan) 12,000.00
TOTAL 70,500.00 61,000.00

APPEAL.  PLEASE SUPPORT OUR RADIO STATION, A POTENT MEANS FOR NEW EVANGELIZATION.  Bishop Dinualdo

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COMMUNICATIONS from the Bishop

No. 942          Diocese of Marbel, Philippines                   12 July 2017

DECISIONS AND RESOLUTIONS MADE DURING THE 115TH PLENARY ASSEMBLY

JULY 8-10, 2017

POPE PIUS XII CATHOLIC CENTER, MANILA

  1. The election of the new officers of the CBCP had the following results:

NEWLY ELECTED CBCP OFFICERS

01 December 2017 – 30 November 2019 

President                    :           Abp. Romulo G. Valles

Vice President            :           Bp. Pablo Virgilio S. David

Treasurer                   :           Abp. John F. Du

Secretary General     :           Rev. Fr. Marvin S. Mejia 

Regional Representatives

Luzon:

North               :           Abp. Marlo M. Peralta

Central                        :           Bp. Ruperto C. Santos

South               :           Bp. Jose R. Rojas

Southeast        :           Bp. Victor C. Ocampo

Southwest       :           Bp. Reynaldo G. Evangelista                        

Visayas:

            East                 :           Bp. Isabelo  C.Abarquez

West                :           Abp. Jose F. Advincula                     

Mindanao:

            North               :           Abp. Martin S. Jumoad

South               :           Abp. Romulo T. dela Cruz

 

Chairmen of the Episcopal Commissions, Committees and Offices:

Episcopal Committee on Basic Ecclesial Communities Bp. Jose A. Cabantan

Episcopal Commission on Biblical Apostolate Bp. Sofronio A. Bancud, SSS

Episcopal Office on Bioethics                                                            Bp.  Ricardo L. Baccay

Episcopal Commission on Canon Law                                               Bp. Jacinto A. Jose

Episcopal Com. on Catechesis and Catholic Education Bp. Roberto C. Mallari

Episcopal Commission on Clergy                                                       Bp. Buenaventura M. Famadico

Episcopal Commission on Cultural Heritage of the Church               Bp. Julito B. Cortes

Episcopal Commission on Culture                                                      Bp.  Elenito D. Galido

Episcopal Commission on Doctrine of the Faith                                Orlando B. Cardinal Quevedo, OMI

Episcopal Commission on Ecumenical Affairs                                   Bp. Angelito R. Lampon, OMI

Episcopal Commission on Family and Life                                        Bp. Gilbert A. Garcera

Episcopal Commission on Health Care                                               Bp. Patricio A. Buzon, SDB

Episcopal Commission on Indigenous Peoples                                   Bp. Prudencio P. Andaya, CICM

Permanent Committee on Internl. Eucharistic Congresses                 Abp. Jose S. Palma

Episcopal Com. on Inter-religious Dialogue                                       Bp. Emmanuel T. Cabajar, CSsR

Episcopal Commission on the Laity                                                   Bp. Broderick S. Pabillo

Episcopal Commission on Liturgy                                                      Bp. Victor B. Bendico

Episcopal Commission on Migrants and Itinerant People                  Bp. Ruperto C. Santos

Episcopal Commission on Mission                                                     Bp.  Arturo M. Bastes, SVD

Episcopal Commission on Mutual Relations                                      Abp. Antonio J. Ledesma, SJ

Episcopal Commission on PontificioCollegioFilippino                       Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle

Episcopal Commission on Prison Pastoral Care                                  Bp. Joel Z. Baylon

Permanent Committee on Public Affairs                                            Bp. Reynaldo G. Evangelista

Episcopal Commission on Seminaries                                     Bp. Gerardo A. Alminaza

Episcopal Com. on Social Action, Justice and Peace                         Abp. Rolando J. TriaTirona, OCD

Episcopal Commission on Social Communications                            Bp. Mylo Hubert C. Vergara

Episcopal Commission on Vocations                                                  Bp. David William V. Antonio

Episcopal Office on Women                                                               Abp. Jose F. Advincula, Jr.

Episcopal Commission on Youth                                                        Bp. Leopoldo C. Jaucian, SVD

  1. The 116th Plenary Assembly will be on January 27-29, 2018 while the Bishops Seminar which will be joined with the Seminar for the Seminary Formators on the new Ratio Fundamentalis will be from January 22-25, 2018. The venue is tentatively at the IEC Pavilion in Cebu City.
  1. At the request of the Chairman of the Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education (ECCCE), Bp. Mallari, the body approved that there will be a National Second Collection every third Sunday of September for the needs of ECCCE.
  1. While the Episcopal Commission on Mission is the lead commission for the year 2021 Celebration with their main activity of a Mission Symposium on April 12-13, 2021 and Mission Congress on April 14-16, 2021, the Permanent Council will take the lead in involving other commissions for other activities that will be done throughout the year celebrating 500 years of Christianity.
  1. The body voted on the following liturgical prayers/texts:

A. Prayers for the Feast of Jesus the Eternal High Priest

In favor                       –          66

Not in favor    –                       0

Abstained        –                      0

B. Gray Book – Order of Blessing of Oils for Catechumens, of the Sick, and Chrism

In favor                       –           66

Not in favor    –                        0

Abstained        –                        0

Approval of the Pedro Calungsod Bible so that it will become the official Bible translation in Cebuano

In favor                       –           64

Not in favor    –                        1

Abstain                        –           4

C. Approval that this Pedro Calungsod Bible will become the liturgical text for the Evangelary

In favor                       –           65

Not in favor    –                       1

Abstain                        –           3

  1. With 58 voting in favor, 10 not in favor and 1 abstained, the body voted not to increase the quota and to approve the 2018 Budget with a projected P 740,648.50 deficit.
  1. The body decided that the Manna Fund coming from the Archdiocese of Manila will continue to be used by the CBCP retroactive to 2010 and subject for review after five years.
  1. The body decided to create an ad-hoc committee which will review the quota based on per capita income of the diocese, population, inflation rates, etc. The committee is composed of Bp. Ruperto C. Santos as convenor, Bps. Precioso D. Cantillas, SDB and Mylo Hubert C. Vergara.
  1. The body decided that the request of the PhilCCCRS be endorsed to the Commission on the Laity to study and to submit the latter’s their recommendation to the Permanent Council.
  1. The body issued the CBCP Statement on Marawi, Terrorism and Dialogue.

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