Friday, July 18, 2014

CARDINAL TAGLE HERE ON GUAM TODAY

His Eminence, Cardinal Tagle*, Archbishop of Manila, Philippines, will be the homilist today, Friday, July 18, 2014, at 4:00pm, on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the Presbyteral Ordination of Monsignor James L.G. Benavente, KHS, celebrated at the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica.





Congratulations to Monsignor James Benavente!
(Hope he doesn't get into trouble for appearing on my blog!!!)



* Luis Antonio Tagle (Latin: Aloysius Antonius Tagle) (born 21 June 1957, in Manila) is a Roman Catholic Filipino cardinal, titular-archpriest of the Church of Saint Felix of Cantalice at Centocelle and de facto Primate of the Philippines. Appointed by Pope Benedict XVI, Tagle succeeded the Archbishop Emeritus, Cardinal Gaudencio Rosales. Tagle is also the Professor of Dogmatic Synthesis at the Graduate School of Theology of San Carlos Seminary, the archdiocesan major seminary of Manila, and an Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at the Loyola School of Theology of the Ateneo de Manila University.

Tagle is widely known for his charismatic nature and views in line with Catholic teachings.
Tagle has become involved in many social issues in the Philippines with emphasis on helping the poor and the needy while maintaining opposition against atheism, abortion, contraception, and the Reproductive Health Bill. Tagle currently wields strong religious and political influence as the country's primate, with an estimated 2.8 million professed Roman Catholics in the Archdiocese.
Tagle was installed on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe and is currently the head of the Metropolitan See of Manila along with its mother church, the Cathedral-Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, as both its metropolitan archbishop and archpriest.

Tagle was made a cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI in a papal consistory on 24 November 2012 at Saint Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. 

Cardinal Tagle's Facebook Page

20 comments:

  1. Note to Diana. Now you can ask him yourself if I stole the letter. Go ahead. :)

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    1. Was she even invited?

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    2. Evil protects evil, Diana and all the others like her attempt to protect the evil acts of the Archbishop and the NCW leaders by his side. She attempts to hide the lies and deception behind a veil of obedience and duty, all for the sake of special interest of the NCW. May God have mercy on her soul.
      And if she claims otherwise, then why doesn't she address the valid concerns of the laity. Almost never has she acknowledged the facts or possibilities of wrong doing on the part of the Archbishop or the Kikos, instead she resorts to personal attacks, demands for silence and obedience, and references scripture and canon law taken out of context, to justify their evil. I pray that God will heal her heart and mind of the same disease that has affected our Archbishop and the NCW.

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    3. "She" is just doing what Kiko himself does, and always has. Apple - tree.

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  2. Congratulations to the Right Rev.Monsignor James Benavente .

    May the Lord continue to Bless you with Good health and happiness as you continue to serve the Church for many more years to come.
    Father Matthew Blockley.


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  3. Stay strong during the tempest, Monignor James!!!

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  4. Come on NEOCATS go ask the Cardinal now. Maybe you all won't for fear of being WRONG again, but hey we can't blame you right? The information you all got was from your CATECHISTS so it has to be true, right? If you don't ask the Cardinal then we all understand. Your cowardice ways will only allow you all to post anonymously so likewise in real life. COWARDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ken-F!

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  5. The homily that Cardinal Tagle gave at the anniversary mass was powerful. He also has a great sense of humor and his timing is impeccable. He spoke for almost 45 minutes and everyone's ears was glued to what he was saying. He said that a priest is one that serves, a prophet that lives his words, and one that unifies his flock. Pssst....Apuron was fidgety during the homily.

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  6. Tagle commands respect because he earned it by humbling himself to serve the poor and ill treated of his people. Apuron desires respect but is shunned because he is full of pride and envy.

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  7. Did not attend mass but was told aaa was not happy during the mass.

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    1. he's just not a happy person

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  8. Cardinal Tagle. A priest of Humility.

    Fr.Matthew Blockley.

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  9. I agree. Cardinal Tagle's homily was well said. Perfect timing.

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  10. I sure wish our dear archbishop could connect with the people like the cardinal does

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    1. If you watched the livestream of Msgr. Anniversary Mass you will notice the Atchbishop looking at his watch during the Cardinal's homily. This is really rude for any clergy to do so!

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  11. Cardinal Tagle's opening confession that the Coordinating Committee, instead of Msgr. James, invited him to the 20th Anniversary suggests that our Rector may be in trouble with ABAA. First it was Fr. Paul, then Fr. Mike, now Msgr. James? Another invasion?

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    1. crystal ball...i see Father Harold for Rector! Father Harold shouting the Holy Gospel on the Cathedral Microphone! Just have to wait a few months. Father Jucatan Vice-Rector. That will be perfect. Monsignor is a good Master of Ceremony. God help us all.

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  12. Who is Fr. Harold? Is he a Kikoman Kindred? And Fr. Michael? Divine inspiration is still nonexistent in his homilies. Msgr. James has done more as Rector for the Cathedral-Basilica than all of his predecessors put together. If ABAA tells him to step down, Msgr. James will do so per his vow of obedience. Despite all that's happening, Msgr. James remains unconditionally obedient to ABAA. It's a different story, however, with the parishioners and supporters of the Cathedral-Basilica.

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    1. Let's just say that major supporters will also go flying out the door to other parishes should this happen!

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    2. How eerily foreboding this string was.

      Just re-read the transcript of the Nuncio's visit. Treat yourselves and do the same.

      The more things change...

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