St. Ezekiel Marker Unveiled at Puerto Princesa, Palawan PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 11 December 2014 07:10

 

Mayor Bayron and Fr. Bangcaya unveiling the marker

 

On 8 December 2014, feast of the Immaculate Conception, a historical landmark in honor of St. Ezekiel Moreno at the cathedral grounds of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. In simple rites, former Prior Provincial Fr. Regino Z. Bangcaya and City Mayor Lucilo R. Bayron. They were assisted by Palawan Vice Governor Victorino Dennis M. Socrates and Vice Mayor Luis M. Marcaida drew the small curtain to uncover the landmark installed on a marble pedestal at the patio of the cathedral church of Augustinian Recollect Bishop Gregorio I. Espiga in 1961.


The San Ezekiel Moreno Marker is the first ever given by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines [NHCP] to a saint who was either born in the country or worked for its evangelization.

Its unveiling was likewise witnessed by Recollect priests assigned in the missions of Palawan, government officials, Recollect Sisters, Secular Augustinian Recollect Fraternity members, scores of parishioners from Puerto Princesa, Luzviminda, Plaridel, Tagburo, Brooke’s Point, Inagawan, Liminangcong, Narra, Fr. Eugene Elivera, Seminario de San Jose rector, and his diocesan seminarians. Fr. Renier Alviola came all the way from his Recollect parish in Casian Island. Fr Anthony Irineo OAR publicized the unveiling and emceed its two-part ceremony.

 

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Oratio Imperata PDF Print E-mail
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OBITUARY: Fr. Cornelio E. Moral, OAR PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 05 December 2014 08:24

Rev. Fr. Cornelio E. Moral, OAR, returned to the bosom of the Father in Heaven at around 11:00 P.M., Sunday December 1, 2014 at the Perpetual Succor Hospital, Cebu City. He was 68. His body lay in state at the University of San Jose-Recoletos for two days. His remains would be transferred to UNO-R in Bacolod City where he was schedule to be laid to rest on Tuesday December 9.

 


Fr. Moral was born on June 15, 1946 in Silay City.  For his secondary education he studied at Colegio de Santo Tomas-Recoletos, San Carlos City. He graduated as class salutatorian in 1966. He went on to study A.B. Classical at Seminario Mayor Recoletos [now Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary] in Baguio City to earn his college degree in 1970. He was among the first batch of novices of the new Recollect novitiate at Baguio City. He made his simple profession of the evangelical counsels on November 3, 1971 at Marcilla, Navarra, Spain. He was among the first Augustinian Recollect religious ever to profess the simple vows at the Convent of Marcilla in its long history where he finished his theological formation. During summer, he taught English to young students at Colegio San Agustín at the northern city of Valladolid, Spain He received his sacerdotal ordination on July 13, 1975 at Marcilla. He was sent by his superiors to Via Sistina in Rome for his Licentiate in Moral Theology (1975-1977) at the Alphonsianum.

 

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FR. MORAL PASSES AWAY SILENTLY PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 02 December 2014 08:36

 

 

Rev. Fr. Cornelio Moral, OAR, UNO-R Vice President for Religious Affairs, passed away at around 11:00 PM, December 01, 2014. His body lies in state at the University of San Jose-Recoletos in Cebu and will stay there for two days. His remains will then be transferred to UNO-R on Thursday, Dec. 04.  Interment will be announced later.


Fr. Moral is a native of Luguay, Silay City.  He entered the Order of Augustinian Recoletos (OAR) and had his Simple Profession in 1971 (Baguio), Solemn Profession in 1974 (Spain), Sacerdotal Ordination in July 13, 1975 at Marcilla, Navarra, Spain. He , then proceeded to Via Sistina, Rome for his Licentiate in Moral Theology (1975-1977).

 

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