Beta Version

Cerca

VaticanNews
Papal Nuncio to Philippines Papal Nuncio to Philippines 

Philippines: The Papal nuncio urges greater attention to seminary formation

Papal Nuncio Archbishop Gabriele Caccia called on the Bishops of Philippines to pay greater attention to the formation of future priests.

Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 Archbishop Caccia, who assumed his office as the Nuncio of Philippines last November, addressed the Bishops gathered for their plenary assembly in Cebu city on Jan 27.  

The Papal Nuncio said the Church must pay greater attention to the new generation of seminarians in their formation programs. “All our efforts in the formation in faith will ensure good results not only for the seminarians themselves but for the Church at large, wherever discernments of their vocation will lead them,” he said. He stressed the necessity of ongoing formation and renewal for all priests, including the bishops.

The plenary assembly was preceded with the National Conference on the Promotion of the ‘New Ratio’ attended by the nuncio and hundreds of bishops and seminary formators from across the country.

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza, chairman of the CBCP’s Commission on Seminaries, said the event was to familiarize formators with the content of the new Ratio and its implications on their approaches to formation. According to him, it also helped in generating more ideas that will aid the CBCP agency in the task of coming up with an updated “Ratio Nationalis”.

The Church in Philippines is observing 2018 as the year of the clergy and consecrated persons (YCCP) and envisions that clergy and consecrated persons become “renewed” servant-leaders “who care most especially for the least, the lost and the last”.This gathering of the bishops with the nuncio and the formators was one of the activities of the YCCP. (CBCP)

 

 

 

 

 

31 January 2018, 13:21