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ORGANIZED BODIES

CBCP Building
470 General Luna Street
Intramuros 1002 Manila
Tel. (02) 524-6006 • Tel./Fax: 527-5415
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OBJECTIVES
As approved by the CBCP, the commission functions as follows:
(a) shall generate communications between the CBCP and the AMRSP;
b) shall foster mutual esteem and close collaboration between the bishops
and religious working in the Philippines to achieve unity and harmony, as
demanded by their apostolate;
(c) shall make studies and research and discuss problems of common
interests and shall formulate concrete proposals for a joint coordinated
plan of action.
The commission also handles the CBCP Visa Desk which has been set up to:
(a) endorse Catholic foreign missionaries, religious and lay, for their visa
application with the Bureau of Immigration;
(b) assist Catholic missionaries in official dealings with the Bureau of
Immigration on matters such as applications for pre- arranged and
employment/missionary visas and extensions thereof, permanent residence,
grace period extensions, emigration clearance, re-entry and other permits.

NEW COMMISSION MEMBERS
Bishop Members:
Chairman: Abp. Antonio J. Ledesma, SJ
Vice-Chairman: Bp. Jose S. Bantolo
Members: Bp. Joseph A. Nacua, OFMCap; Bp. Honesto F. Ongtioco; Bp.
Edgardo S. Juanich

AMRSP Members: (New officers are to be elected in July 2016)
Co-Chairpersons: Sr. Eden Panganiban, SSpS; Fr. Leo Dalmao, CMF
Members: Sr. Ma. Cecilia Bayona, AMP; Fr. Gerard Francisco Timoner, OP; Sr. Julie
Saguibo, SFIC & Fr. Lino Gregorio Redoblado, OFM; Mo. Adelaida Ygrubay,
OSB; Sr. Ma. Jesusa Enginco, OP; Sr. Grace Ancheta, OSS; Sr. Amelia David,
ICM; Fr. Percy Juan Bacani, MJ; Fr. Antonio Moreno, SJ; Fr. Cruzito Manding,
CSsR; Fr. Christian Buenafe, O.Carm.
CBCP-ECMR Executive Secretary: Sr. Joy Carmel Jumawan, Carm.OL.
AMRSP Co-Executive Secretaries: Sr. Susan Esmile, SFIC; Fr. Marlon Lacal,
O.Carm.

Association of Major Religious Superiors
in the Philippines (AMRSP)
(For Men and Women)
AMRSP Joint Secretariat
# 28 Acacia Street corner Rosario Drive
New Manila, 1112 Quezon City
Telefax: (02) 631-8948
Mobile Numbers: 0917-5733193 (Globe); 0998-9656726 (Smart)
0925-5041650 (Sun)
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Vision
The AMRSP will be recognized as credible witnesses of God’s mercy and compassion
living joyfully and authentically our vowed life.

Mission
We, the Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines, bound together by our
life of consecration and ministry of servant leadership, coordinate the
diverse charisms of the congregations for collective witnessing and prophetic
action for the building up of the Body of Christ.

Joint Secretariat
AMRSP Joint Executive Secretaries
Sr. Michaela Gaudelia V. Gotangco, FdCC

AMRSP Commission
Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Commission (JPICC)

Mission Partners
Rural Missionaries of the Philippines (RMP)
Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP)
Task Force Orientation of Church Personnel (TFOCP)
Task Force on Urban Conscientization (TFUC)
Urban Missionaries (UM)
Office of Women and Gender Commission (OWGC)
AMRSP Indigenous Peoples Desk (AMRSP-IP Desk)
Center for Migrants Concerns (CMC)

SEAMS Membership
The AMRSP is a member of the South East Asian Major Superiors (SEAMS)
AMRSP. Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines, formed
in 1972 is the joint forum of the Association of Major Religious Superiors
of Men in the Philippines (AMRSMP) and the Association of Major Religious
of Women in the Philippines (AMRSWP) in the Philippines founded
in 1955 and 1957 respectively. It is a forum to share common interests,
an avenue for collaboration and a means to actively pursue the role of
prophetic witness of being religious in the Philippine church and society.
Justice and Peace was central to the inspiration of the AMRSP. Hence, the
birth of Mission Partners, designed to respond, according to the Vision-
Mission of AMRSP, to the emerging needs of the worker, peasants, urban
poor, women, human rights victims, political detainees and the church
people. The Mission Partners are: Rural Missionaries of the Philippines
(RMP), Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP), Task Force Orientation
of Church Personnel (TFOCP), Task Force on Urban Conscientization
(TFUC), Urban Missionaries (UM), Office of Women and Gender Commission
(OWGC), Indigenous Peoples Desk, Center for Migrants Concerns
(CMC). The AMRSP has membership of 89 active men congregations and
266 active women congregations.

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