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Omalo youth leaders pray the rosary for creation

By Myrna Bermudo

Youth leaders of Omalo mission station in Lagonoy, Camarines Sur participated in the Living Rosary for Creation on October 11.

They brought Philippine native tree seedlings to represent the five decades of the mysteries of the Holy Rosary.

Arranging the seedlings in the form of a rosary, one seedling is placed in the middle of the chapel as a Hail Mary is prayed.

The Living Rosary was part of the culminating activity for the closing of the Season of Creation and of October devotion to Our Lady of the Rosary.

Philippine native tree seedlings were offered as the youth leaders of Omalo mission station in Lagonoy prayed the Living Rosary for the closing of the Season of Creation inside their chapel on October 11, 2011. Fr. John Anthon Valencia, the priest-in-mission, led the praying of the rosary. (Photo: Omalo Mission Station FB)

At the foot of a hill facing the seashores of San Sebastián in Lagonoy, a Eucharistic Celebration was led by Fr. Eric Bobis, director of Caceres Ministry on Ecology and Fr. Valencia, Omalo priest-in-mission on October 10. After the mass, a clean-up drive was held along the seashores of the barangay.

Omalo Mission Station in Omalo, Lagonoy is being prepared to be a parish of the Archdiocese of Caceres.

It recently celebrated the feast day of its patroness Santa Maria Soledad Torres de Acosta on October 14 with Caceres Archbishop Rolando J. Tirona, OCD, DD who presided the Eucharistic Celebration.

Rev. Fr. John Anthon Valencia is the priest -in-charge of Omalo mission station.


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