The author is a Postulant of the Rogationists of the Heart of Jesus. He entered Rogationist Postulancy last March 2012, and currently resides at Father Hannibal Formation Center (Parañaque City, Philippines). For this year, he serves as one of the Animators of the Rogationists’ Youth Formation Apostolate. In the Postulancy, he serves as the Coordinator of the Communications and Apostolate Committee of which he is also involved as the Official Chronicler of the Community. He also became a member of the Coordinating Body of the Tagaytay Intercongregational Postulancy Program 2012 which was held at Tagaytay City, Cavite from June-October 2012.
Within this year, he worked and had been entrusted with organized activities among the Postulants which include the Vocation Festival 2012 and the Eucharistic Day Prison Apostolate. When he was still a seminarian, he served in the Vocation Promotion Team of the Seminary, an editor of the publications of the Seminary, and a member of the Institution’s Student Council, in the Rogationist Seminary College – Manila. From that Institution, he graduated in AB Philosophy last March 2012.
Back in his hometown at Dasmariñas, Cavite (Philippines), he serves as the Vice Coordinator of the Altar Servers of the Chaplaincy of the Two Hearts of Jesus and Mary and St. Paul Hospital Chapel. His main interest in meeting and collaborating with people often leads him to give recollection talks, write and deliver philosophical researches and paper presentations in the Universities (as what he is passionately about), contribute to the Universities’ journals – all whenever he is inspired or motivated to do so.
With all humility, perhaps his greatest endeavor would be to lead others hopefully all the more to love Jesus Christ and His Holy Church. Given the works and endeavors entrusted to him, he firmly believes that these encounters and moments are promptings of the Holy Spirit, of which the author happily considers himself as His student, much as he continues to be faithful to being a disciple of the Lord Jesus.
Even now, he asks for your prayers in his formative journey towards being a religious and a priest someday (in God’s mercy), and looks forward meeting you someday. Rest assured of his prayers (he would be happy if you wish to post your immediate concerns and have it prayed for you) and his constant gratitude whenever there are people who would collaborate with him, especially in this blog, to proclaim the Gospel of Love to all – especially to the youth.
Send O Lord, Holy Apostles into Your Church!