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I-connect at Arzobispado de Manila. Its FREE!!! and it is a DATE.

Even Jesus went up the mountain to pray to connect to God His Father. We too need time to connect with God in silence, stillness and simplicity. Curious? Come and experience.
Its after office hours at Arzobispado de Manila in Intramuros. It’s a date September 11 to 13 at 6pm to 8 pm. Its for all ages, for all the walks of life. And it is FREE!!!!

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What our readers and friends say about Sister Eppie’s book, Finding God.

What our readers and friends say about Sister Eppie’s book, Finding God.
In the first picture I show to you Dina our artist who artistically designed the book.
In the second picture one our of our members posted this on the facebook.
In the 3rd picture our artist and photographer Dina shows us the exact location where she got the picture of the bird as illustrated in the cover.
in the 4th picture JB the son of Kiko is reading the book full of delight, look at his face.
In the 5th page one of our ROCA members Rhoda Espino arrives in her home tired and finds her son Jessou reading Sister Eppie’s book.
Finally in the last picture Rey Barn who helped put together all of Sr. Eppie’s articles from Sacred Space magazine makes his comment.

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Inner Healing Seminar on November 19, 2016 at UERM

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Power message for you June 25, 2016 from Sr Eppie

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Regina rosa power message from Sister Eppie

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Happy Mother’s Day

The Dominican Sisters of Regina Rosarii greets you  Happy Mother’s Day. A prayer and deep appreciation for all mothers.

Sr. Eppie and the street kids

Before our program in Radio Veritas, Sister Eppie would be flocked by street kids who would catch her attention. Yes we follow Jesus the Friend of the Poor and the Healer of the Broken.

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Advent Recollection: I’ll be home for Christmas

Come home to our true selves! Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling. Calling to carry me home. Come home.

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Make a home for Baby Jesus this Christmas, Sr. Eppie tells those who attended

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We listened attentively as she told us the many stories that has touched our hearts.

Healthy Living and Inner healing

It is the advocacy of the Dominican Sisters of Regina Rosarii and the Regina Rosarii Contemplative Association that every Filipino should be healthy and happy. But being healthy physically in not enough! In order to live our life to the fullest we must be healthy inside and out. Knowing and eating the right kind of food and feeding out inner self through word of God should make our life more meaningful. That’s why we encourage everybody to join in a fun field day, learning to eat healthy food and finding our way to God in silence & stillness inInner healing web

Inner healing map a seminar entitled “Healthy Living and Inner Healing” at Amoranto Complex, Quezon City in November 21, 2015 for only 500 pesos. Always remember healthy living is next to wealthy living.

Pope Francis Institutes World Day of Prayer for Care of Creation

Vatican Confirmed Day Will Be September 1st Every Year
Vatican City, August 10, 2015 (ZENIT.org) Deborah Castellano Lubov
Pope Francis has instituted a World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, which will be celebrated each year on September 1st.
Francis made this announcement in a letter he sent to Cardinal Peter Turkson, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, and Cardinal Kurt Koch, president of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity, which was published by the Holy See Press Office this morning.
In the letter, the Pope reaffirmed how part of our responsibility as Christians involves resolving the ecological crisis which humanity is presently experiencing. In doing so, he stressed, we must first rediscover in our own “rich spiritual patrimony” the deepest motivations for our concern for the care of creation and how Jesus lived in the world.
Recalling his encyclical on the environment Laudato Si’, Francis stressed that the ecological crisis summons us to a ‘profound spiritual conversion': “Christians are called to “an ecological conversion whereby the effects of their encounter with Jesus Christ become evident in their relationship with the world around them.” (217)
“The annual World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation will offer individual believers and communities a fitting opportunity to reaffirm their personal vocation to be stewards of creation, to thank God for the wonderful handiwork which he has entrusted to our care, and to implore his help for the protection of creation as well as his pardon for the sins committed against the world in which we live,” he said.
The celebration of this day on the same date as the Orthodox Church, the Holy Father stated, will provide a valuable opportunity to bear witness to our growing communion with our Orthodox brothers and sisters.
“We live at a time when all Christians are faced with the same decisive challenges, to which we must respond together, in order to be more credible and effective,” he said, noting it is his hope that this day will “in some way also involve other Churches and ecclesial Communities, and be celebrated in union with similar initiatives of the World Council of Churches.”
Before concluding, Pope Francis invoked upon this initiative the intercession of Mary, Mother of God, and of Saint Francis of Assisi, whose Canticle of the Creatures, he noted, “inspires so many men and women of goodwill to live in praise of the Creator and with respect for creation.”
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Pope’s Letter for Institution of World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation
“The annual World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation will offer individual believers and communities a fitting opportunity to reaffirm their personal vocation to be stewards of creation…”
Vatican City, August 10, 2015 (ZENIT.org) Staff Reporter |
Below is the text of the letter Pope Francis sent today to Cardinal Peter Turkson, President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, and Cardinal Kurt Koch, President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, establishing the “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation” to be celebrated every year on September 1:
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To my Venerable Brothers
Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah TURKSON
President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace
Cardinal Kurt KOCH
President of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity
Sharing the concern of my beloved brother, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, for the future of creation (cf. Laudato Si’, 7-9), and at the suggestion of his representative, Metropolitan Ioannis of Pergamum, who took part in the presentation of the Encyclical Laudato Si’ on care for our common home, I wish to inform you that I have decided to institute in the Catholic Church the “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation” which, beginning this year, is to be celebrated on 1 September, as has been the custom in the Orthodox Church for some time.
As Christians we wish to contribute to resolving the ecological crisis which humanity is presently experiencing. In doing so, we must first rediscover in our own rich spiritual patrimony the deepest motivations for our concern for the care of creation. We need always to keep in mind that, for believers in Jesus Christ, the Word of God who became man for our sake, “the life of the spirit is not dissociated from the body or from nature or from worldly realities, but lived in and with them, in communion with all that surrounds us” (Laudato Si’, 216). The ecological crisis thus summons us to a profound spiritual conversion: Christians are called to “an ecological conversion whereby the effects of their encounter with Jesus Christ become evident in their relationship with the world around them” (ibid., 217). For “living our vocation to be protectors of God’s handiwork is essential to a life of virtue; it is not an optional or a secondary aspect of our Christian experience” (ibid.).
The annual World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation will offer individual believers and communities a fitting opportunity to reaffirm their personal vocation to be stewards of creation, to thank God for the wonderful handiwork which he has entrusted to our care, and to implore his help for the protection of creation as well as his pardon for the sins committed against the world in which we live. The celebration of this Day, on the same date as the Orthodox Church, will be a valuable opportunity to bear witness to our growing communion with our Orthodox brothers and sisters. We live at a time when all Christians are faced with the same decisive challenges, to which we must respond together, in order to be more credible and effective. It is my hope that this Day will in some way also involve other Churches and ecclesial Communities, and be celebrated in union with similar initiatives of the World Council of Churches.
I ask you, Cardinal Turkson, as President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, to inform the Justice and Peace Commissions of the Bishops’ Conferences, as well as the national and international organizations involved in environmental issues, of the establishment of the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, so that, with due regard for local needs and situations, it can be properly celebrated with the participation of the entire People of God: priests, men and women religious and the lay faithful. For this reason, it will be the task of your Council, in cooperation with the various Episcopal Conferences, to arrange suitable ways of publicizing and celebrating the Day, so that this annual event will become a significant occasion for prayer, reflection, conversion and the adoption of appropriate lifestyles.
I ask you, Cardinal Koch, as President of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity, to make the necessary contacts with the Ecumenical Patriarchate and with other ecumenical organizations so that this World Day can serve as a sign of a common journey in which all believers in Christ take part. It will also be your Council’s responsibility to ensure that it is coordinated with similar initiatives undertaken by the World Council of Churches.
In expressing my hope that, as a result of wide cooperation, the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation will be inaugurated and develop in the best way possible, I invoke upon this initiative the intercession of Mary, Mother of God, and of Saint Francis of Assisi, whose Canticle of the Creatures inspires so many men and women of goodwill to live in praise of the Creator and with respect for creation. As a pledge of spiritual fruitfulness, I impart my Apostolic Blessing to you, Eminent Brothers, and to all those who share in your ministry.
From the Vatican, 6 August 2015
Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord.
FRANCISCUS
[Original text: Italian]
(August 10, 2015) © Innovative Media Inc.

Sr. Eppie who was inspired by Pope Francis encyclical LAUDATO SI composed a prayer for the environment. We share them to all who read this message.
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