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Central B Takes Building the Church of Poor

Scripture says, “So also faith of itself, if it does not have works, is dead.” (James 2:17)This verse is the inspiration of Cou-ples for Christ as it stays committed to its two-pronged mission—to Build the Church of the Home and the Church of the Poor.

Imbued with this inspiration, the Central B Sector is committed to fulfill not only the first mission which is to Build the Church of the Home or the family but also the other prong of the mission which is to Build the Church of the Poor.


Thus, the Sector is very much involved in ANCOP, which means ANswering the Cry of the Poor.In the education aspect of ANCOP work, of the Child Sponsorship Program, Central B now has ANCOP scholars that the Program Implementing Team (PIT) continues to take care of. Central B also holds regular quarterly re-orientation of parents, ANCOP Chapter coordinators and Chapter Heads on the Policies and Regulations of the Child Sponsorship Program (CSP) and on how to implement the program more effectively in particular areas by arresting the difficulties and providing solutions via sharing of good practices of other chapters and by the implementation of proper analysis and solutions.


The sector also conducts the CSP Palarong Pinoy Values Formation Program with the objective of reminding the children not to forget their Filipino heritage in thisage of gadgets and online games.Central B also participates in the annual ANCOP Global Walk in order to raise awareness and more funds for the education needs of the sector scholars.


Aside from ANCOP, Central B is also very much involved in the CFC Order of St. Michael (OSM), the Social Development Program that caters to the spiritual needs of the men and women in the military. The sector serves in the Philippine Military Academy in Baguio.


Central B is also active in the Migrants Program, being instrumental in the formal formation of the Diocese of Pasig’s Commission on Migrants and Itinerant Peoples. The launch of the commission happened at the Pateros Catholic School and was attended by representatives coming from various BEC and Family and Life ministry of the different parishes all over the diocese of Pasig.


Jess Ferrer, Head of the CFC Migrants Program presented the situation of migrants in the Philippines, while Allan Santiago, Central B Sector ANCOP and SocDev Head, discussed the program’s plans for the parishes, which includes the crafting of mission, vision and core programs.

To date, the diocese migrants program has appointed members of the core teams for the four vicariates.The Diocese of Pasig Migrants Commission, which was formally launched during the Mass on Migrants Week, has the blessing of His Excellency the Most Reverend Mylo Vergara, Bishop of the Diocese of Pasig. The Santiago couple has been appointed as the Migrants Coordinator, with Jojo and Cora Dasas, Jan and Heidi Chavez, Mon and Gitte Pagdagdagan and Frank Narajilla as team members.


The ceremonies were held at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral on February 18, 2018.

Added on Thursday, April 5, 2018



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