Parish Priest's Welcome Message
Dear parishioners, pilgrims and devotees of St. Peregrine,
Greetings and Welcome to the Parish Website!
As the newly appointed Parish Priest of the St. Peregrine Laziosi Parish under the Diocese of Parañaque, I would like to extend my warmest greetings and appreciation for all of the support you have given me even before I was finally appointed – from the highest of the parish officials to all of the parishioners in the community.
After our former parish priest, the late Rev. Fr. Joel Ma. Morata, OSM, joined our Creator in April of 2017, the whole community was undoubtedly saddened by this unfortunate event, although not sudden, but still unexpected given his not too old age. It is my wish that I will be able to give honor to what Fr. Joel Morata has started in the Parish as I start to serve you as your new Parish Priest.
You, my dear parishioners, pilgrims and devotees of St. Peregrine, and of course the God Almighty, are my inspiration to continue to serve the needy, the poor and the sick for the good of humanity as a Servant of God. I look forward to work and collaborate with the whole community in as much as my capability and willpower would permit, inspiring each other for the betterment of our future as a parish.
Thank you and may our patron saint, St. Peregrine Laziosi, intercede for us.
Rev. Fr. Pascual Ma. Salas, OSM
St. Peregrine Laziosi Diocesan Shrine and Parish
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
|Monday||6:00AM (T)||6:30PM (E)|
|Tuesday||6:00AM (T)||12:00NN (E)||6:30PM (E)|
|Wednesday||6:00AM (T)||12:00NN (E)||6:30PM (E)|
|Thursday||6:00AM (T)||12:00NN (E)||6:30PM (E)|
|Friday||6:00AM (T)||6:30PM (E)|
|Saturday||6:00AM (T)||7:00PM (E)|
(T) Tagalog Mass (E) English Mass
Holy Hour every First Friday at 5:00PM
Marian Dawn Procession every Saturday at 5:00AM
Feast Day: Every First Sunday of May
Confession: Monday – Friday 4:00PM – 5:00PM
Baptism: Saturdays & Sundays at 11:30 AM
HEALING MASS SCHEDULE
|Every Sunday||2:30PM (T)|
|Every Tuesday||6:30PM (E)|
SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE
|6:00AM (T)||7:30AM (E)||9:00AM (T)||10:30AM (T)|
|2:30PM (T)||4:30PM (T)||6:00PM (E)||7:30PM (T)|
Wedding Mass – by appointment
Anointing of the Sick – by appointment
Blessings – by appointment
Funeral Mass – by appointment
Please contact the Parish Office.
Blessed Cecilia Eusepi (1910-1928)
Cecilia Eusepi was born in Monte Romano (Viterbo) on February 17, 1910 and died at Nepi on October 1, 1928. Her eighteen years of life were filled with signs of the Divine Favor that began when she was five years old. Until 1915 she lived with her mother in their home village. Her father died when she was only six weeks old and her mother’s brother, her uncle, took the place of her father. His name was Filippo Mannucci.
Cecilia’s brother, Vincenzo, was called up for military service when the First World War began in 1914.
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