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Caceres holds SKK Day

By Adrian Bulalacao

“The gifts of the Holy Spirit are the heroic characteristics of Christ, the embodiment of the threefold mission of the BEC or SKK: prophetic, priestly, and kingly mission,” says Fr. Jaime Danilo Viola during the Archdiocesan Saradit na Kristyanong Komunidad (SKK) Day on May 27 at the Holy Rosary Major Seminary, Naga City, with the theme “An Balaog kan Espiritu Santo sa mga SKK”.

It was attended by 139 participants coming from the Rinconada, Partido, Central, and Central Bay Districts and organized by the SKK Archdiocesan Team headed by Fr. Emmanuel “Mojics” Mojica, the BEC Coordinator.

The program started with the Praise and Worship activity headed by Dr. Ma. Asuncion Quimlat, a member of the SKK Archdiocesan Team. It was followed by the talk of Fr. Viola, who spoke with a youthful vibe about how the SKK participates in the three-fold mission of Christ and explained the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit in accordance with Christ’s characteristics. According to him, SKK is the new way of being a Church and is one of the agents of social transformation.” He also gave tips on how to become servant leaders in the SKK community with the help of the Holy Spirit. He ended the talk by saying to the participants that everyone was a gift to the Archdiocese, to the parishes and communities. After the talk, four representatives from the different districts shared their reflections.

Thereafter, Fr. Mojica presented a status update of the SKK in the Archdiocese. He said that so far, 34 parishes have been oriented about SKK, particularly: Central District, 8 parishes; Central Bay, 6 parishes; Partido, 4 parishes’ Rinconada North, 9 parishes; Rinconada South, 5 parishes, and 2 parishes from the Rinconada East.

The SKK Archdiocesan Day was capped by a Eucharistic Celebration presided over by Fr. Viola. The concelebrants were Fr. Mojica, Fr. John Poblete, and Fr. Cezar Herrera.

Fr. Mojica ended the activity by expressing gratitude to everyone who attended: the participants, the priests, the CCCOM Livestream Team, the SKK Archdiocesan Team, the Camaligan Team, the Choir, the Rector of the Seminary, benefactors, donors, and especially Archbishop Rolando J. Tria Tirona, OCD.DD.

“We, the SKK, have a sense of believing, belongingness, and becoming. Be proud and courageous. Pasasalamat sa Santisima Trinidad. Pasalamatan an Kapwa Katoliko,” Fr. Mojica said as his parting words, to the delight of the participants. His statement made the participants feel that the SKK Archdiocesan Day was truly a gift to be celebrated.


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