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Association of Major Religious Superiors of
Men in the Philippines (AMRSMP)


AMRSMP Secretariat Office
3rd Floor, St. Teresa of Avila Building
#28 Acacia Street corner Rosario Drive
New Manila, Barangay Mariana, 1112 Quezon City
Telefax: (02) 8 631-8948


Objectives
The AMRSMP’s purposes are: to coordinate the activities of all institutes of
consecrated life and societies of apostolic life of men in the Philippines,
to study matters and problems of common interest and to assume their
more effective solution through dialogue and cooperation.


Functions
The AMRSMP functions through the following: 1. the Annual Convention;
2. the Executive Board; 3. the Secretariat; 4. the various Mission Partners
jointly organized with AMRSP.


EXECUTIVE BOARD
Chairperson: Fr. Cielito R. Almazan, OFM
Vice-Chairman: Fr. Roel L. dela Cruz, SSS
Treasurer: Br. Daryl T. Jusay, OH


Board Members:
Fr. Elias L. Ayuban Jr., CMF, JCD | Fr. Orville R. Cajigal, RCJ
Fr. Peter A. Casiño, OSA | Fr. Copernicus V. Perez, CSsR
Fr. Ignacio B. Bercades Jr., sdP | Fr. Leonardo M. Cabrera, MSC
Fr. Ricardo B. Basquinez, MF


Executive Secretary:
Fr. Angelito A. Cortez, OFM


Association of Major Religious Superiors of
Women in the Philippines (AMRSWP)


AMRSWP Secretariat Office
3rd Floor, St. Teresa of Avila Building,
#28 Acacia Street corner Rosario Drive
New Manila, Barangay Mariana, 1112 Quezon City
Telefax: (02) 8 631-8948


Objectives
The purpose of the AMRSWP is to coordinate the activities of the aforesaid
Religious communities, to study the problems of common interest, and
to assure their effective solution through close collaboration.


Membership
person of their major superiors. Religious groups without a major superior
in the Philippines are represented by an authorized member of the
group.


Organization
The Association functions through the following: 1. the Annual
Convention; 2. the Executive Board; 3. the Secretariat; 4. the various
Mission Partners jointly organized with AMRSP.


EXECUTIVE BOARD
Chairperson: Sr. Marilyn A. Java, RC
Vice Chairperson: Mo. Ma. Nemia D. Daral, OP
Treasurer: Sr. Mirasol C. Navidad, RSCJ


BOARD MEMBERS:
Sr. Carmelita Z. Victoria, SSpS | Sr. Corazon I. Sanchez, SIHM
Sr. Ma. Elizabeth T. Ello, SSpS | Sr. Ma. Ofelia Daet, OP
Sr. Maria Gina D. Gorre, FSPif | Sr. Rosemary M. Plaza, MSM


Executive Secretary:
Sr. Crisvie Happy T. Montecillo, DSA


AMOR Membership
The AMRSWP is a member of the Asian/Pacific Meeting of Religious
(AMOR)


Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines
(CEAP)
(Official National Organization of Catholic Education)


CEAP Nationa l Office
Tels. (02) 926-5153 • (02) 926-0521 • (02) 926-6273
GLOBE: 0966 940 3065
SMART: 0961 122 3464
FAX: (02) 8426-2670
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: www.ceap.org.ph
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CatholicEdPH
Twitter: twitter.com/catholicedph


The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) is the national
association of Catholic Educational Institutions in the Philippines founded
in 1941. It now has more than 1,525 member-schools and more than 120
superintendents of Catholic Schools. It is a voluntary organization which operates
through regional educational associations located in the 17 regions
of the country.
The CEAP represents the interests of Catholic educational institutions in national
and international fora; fosters unity of action with other organizations in educational
matters; and assists members, particularly those in mission areas
to achieve common and specific aims.
The CEAP is commissioned to advance and promote the teaching function of the
Catholic Church. It contributes towards the attainment of the objective “the
total development of the human person,” through a Catholic orientation in
accordance with the norms of the Church, consistent with national development
goals as expressed in the Philippine Constitution.
The CEAP promotes religious instruction as an essential element of Catholic
education, thereby contributing towards character formation and citizenship
building.
Moreover, it strives to respond to social, political, moral and other critical issues
based on consultations with the different regions and calls for the collective
action of its members when the situation so requires.
CEAP is a non-stock, non-profit organization. It is represented in the Coordinating
Council of Private Educational Associations (COCOPEA), Private Education Assistance
Committee - Fund for Assistance to Private Education (PEAC-FAPE),
and the various Technical Working Groups and Committees of national government
agencies working for the interest of the private schools.
It is a member of the Association of Foundations and networks with many other
non-government organizations. It is affiliated with the International Office of
Catholic Education (Office Internationale de l’Enseignement Catholique-OIEC)
and with the International Federation of Catholic Universities.


LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATION


The CEAP is governed by a 22-member Board of Trustees composed of 17
regional trustees (from the National Capital Region, Regions I to XII, Autonomous
Region of Muslim Mindanao, Caraga Region, Negros Island
and Cordillera Administrative Region), five trustees-at-large, and the
chairperson of the Superintendents Commission, which in turn elects a
set of officers. The Board is supported by a National Secretariat headed
by an Executive Director. The offices of the Executive Director, Membership
and Communications, Programs, Advocacy, and Finance and Administrative
Services are currently staffed by 16 personnel.
At the regional level, the regional directors work within particular structures
set up for coordination, planning and implementation of programs and
other local concerns.
CEAP has four commissions, and their functions are as follows: The Superintendents
Commission gathers all diocesan and congregational school
superintendents and works to support CEAP’s goals. The National
Christian Formation Commission formulates policies and programs
for effective religious education in member institutions, in consultation
with the Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education
and other offices of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines.
The Advocacy Commission is responsible for the effective communication
to all concerned sectors of CEAP’s position on current issues and
problems affecting private education. The Retirement Commission administers
the CEAP Retirement Plan which provides retirement benefits
to faculty and staff of participating member-institutions.
CEAP Board members sit in the commissions/committees which discuss
policy matters regarding Personnel and Finance, Programs and Scholarships,
Membership and Awards, and Legal Matters.


FINANCING
The activities of the CEAP are financed by annual membership fees and nominal
fees, special assessments and contributions from member-institutions,
and by donations, grants, subsidies from national and international
sources—public, private or Church-related.


PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
The Association provides programs and services to its member institutions as
well as affiliate regional associations in the following areas:


Advocacy
CEAP has consistently maintained the importance of widening the access
to and the promotion of quality, transformative Catholic Education in
the Philippines. CEAP’s National Advocacy Commission (NAC) has been responsible
for proposing to the CEAP National Board policies and advocacy
initiatives pertinent to Catholic Education in the Philippines and the CEAPidentified
priority issues (i.e. peace, judicial reform, education reform, mining
and the environment). NAC undertakes the research and consultation
requisite for such proposals. NAC disseminates, explains and advocates CEAP’s
positions. NAC attends CHEd’s, DepEd’s, or Congressional hearings and conferences,
and those of other pertinent agencies or other forums in the interest of
advocating or formulating CEAP’s positions, especially when these are threatened
by adverse public policies. CEAP is also the lead association of COCOPEA
in the area of Advocacy and Public Policy Development. NAC continues to
push for CEAP’s legislative agenda in the 16th Congress that would help CEAP
member schools achieve their work towards quality, transformative Catholic
Education in the Philippines.


Transformational Education
Specific programs for the thrust Continuing Education for Social Transformation
seek to institutionalize the need to respond to current issues in the
socioeconomic and political sphere. The objective being to broaden members’
awareness and understanding of issues thus paving the way for relevant and
proactive response and even a change in lifestyle and worldview. Current programs
include Environmental Education; Biodiversity and Sustainable Development;
Peace Education; and Management Development.


Catechetics & Religious Education
The Association promotes Religion as the core of the curriculum. It conducts
seminars and workshops to help implement the concept and assists
member schools in reviewing and strengthening religious education programs.
CEAP also supports and champions the Philippine Catechetical Apostolate
and Religious Education (PhilCARE) Foundation in its aim to promote
the development and welfare of catechists and religious educators.


Human Resource Development
CEAP initiates and organizes programs to update knowledge and upgrade
skills of administrators, supervisors, subject-area coordinators, faculty and
non-teaching personnel. It also provides leadership training for students.


Consultancy Services
Resource generation, financial management, organizational development
and legal matters are some areas where CEAP may provide advice and guidance
to its members.


Networking and Linkage-Building
The Association maintains linkages with various groups both inside and
outside the education sector. With limited funds of its own, CEAP relies on
resource sharing and the cooperation of other organizations and companies
to achieve its goals. In turn, CEAP contributes its capacities and strengths to
achieve common objectives which will benefit society.


Publications
To serve as instrument of linkaging and resource sharing within various
concerned sectors but particularly among the Association’s members, CEAP
maintains the Quarterly magazine CEAP Bulletin. It occasionally publishes
books and monographs related to Catholic education. Every two years, the
CEAP Directory containing updated information on member schools comes
out.


Vision
A world transformed, a Philippines renewed by the people educated in
the principles of Communion and Service as taught and lived by our Lord
Jesus Christ and shaped by the missionary mandate of the Catholic Church.
Mission
• To promote solidarity among member schools through Catholic Education.
• To foster inclusive and transformative Catholic Education.
• To serve as steadfast and effective catalyst of change through education in the
different dimensions of human life.

CEAP
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
(2019-2020)
Episcopal Commission On
Catechesis And Catholic Education
(ECCCE) ex oficio:
BP. ROBERTO C. MALLARI


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


FR. Elmer G. Dizon
President
Superintendent,
Archdiocese of San Fernando
Educational System, Pampanga


Sr. Ma. Marissa R. Viri, RVM
Vice-President, Trustee-at-Large
President, University of the
Immaculate Conception-Davao


Fr. Albert N. Delvo
Treasurer, Trustee-at-Large
Superintendent, Diocese of
Novaliches


Fr. Alain P. Manalo
Corporate Secretary
Episcopal Vicar for Catholic Education
and Superintendent of Diocesan
Schools Diocese of Imus (Cavite)


Jose Allan I. Arellano
Executive Director


TRUSTEES-AT-LARGE
BP. REX ANDREW C. ALARCON
Bishop of the Diocese of Daet


Fr. Onofre G. Inocencio Jr. SDB
Superintendent, Don Bosco Schools


Fr. Mauricio T. Ulep, CMF
School Director,
Claret School of Quezon City
Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) 365


REGIONAL TRUSTEES


NCR
Rev. Fr. Nolan A. Que
School Director,
Cluster 5 and 6, RCAM-ES,
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of
Manila Educational System


NEGROS ISLAND
Fr. Thadeu Enrique N. Balongag
Superintendent,
Diocese of Dumaguete


REGION I
Msgr. Manuel S. Bravo Jr.
Superintendent,
Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan


REGION II
Dr. Exuperio V. Flores Jr.
President, Our Lady of the Pillar
College Cauayan


REGION III
Fr. Elmer G. Dizon
Superintendent,
Archdiocese of San Fernando
Educational System, Pampanga


REGION IV
Fr. Alain P. Manalo
Episcopal Vicar for Catholic Education
and Superintendent of Diocesan
Schools
Diocese of Imus (Cavite)


REGION V
Fr. Odine L. Areola
President,
Veritas College of Irosin


REGION VI
Fr. Jose Gualberto I. Villasis
President, Aklan Catholic College


REGION VII
Fr. Dionisio M. Miranda, SVD
(Outgoing this 2020)
President,
University of San Carlos


REGION VIII
Fr. Rey Anthony P. Navidad
Superintendent,
Diocese of Borongan
Catholic Schools


REGION IX
Fr. Christopher B. Ligason, CMF
Director, Claret School of Zamboanga


REGION X
Fr. Max V. Ceballos, SSJV
Superintendent,
Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro


REGION XI
Fr. Tomas P. Avila Jr.
Superintendent,
Diocese of Tagum


REGION XII
Br. Wilfredo E. Lubrico, FMS
President,
Notre Dame of Marbel University,
Koronadal City


CAR
Fr. Gilbert B. Sales, CICM
President, St. Louis University


CARAGA
Sr. Rosanne Mallillin, SPC
President,
St. Paul University Surigao


BARMM
Fr. Eduardo Santoyo, OMI
President, Notre Dame of Jolo
College, Sulu


NATIONAL SECRETARIAT


Mr. Jose Allan I. Arellano
Executive Director


Mrs. Rowena R. Caverte
Comptroller
Finance and Administrative Officer


Ms. Mary Ann S. Cruz
Deputy Executive Director;
Plans and Programs Officer
Areas: National Christian
Formation Commission (NCFC)
Programs Committee - Justice
and Peace, Ecological Integrity,
Engaged Citizenship, Poverty
Reduction, Gender Equality, Youth
Empowerment (JEEPGY)


Ms. Dianne B. Dela Cruz - Balios
Membership and
Communications Officer
Areas: National Basic Education
Commission (NBEC)
Membership and Awards Committee
(MAC)
Technical-Vocational
Committee (TVEC)
Mr. Miguel Karlo Abadines
Advocacy and Information
Management Officer
Areas: National Higher Education
Commission (NHEC)
National Advocacy Commission


ASSISTANTS AND SUPPORT
PERSONNEL


Mrs. Ana Liza G. Enguito
Finance and Administrative


Ms. Darlene Ann C. Busmente
Membership and Communications


Ms. Marinelle C. Gaboy
Plans And Programs
Ms. Keana Rivera
Advocacy and Special Events


Ms. Margarita Isabel R. Cruz
PCSS Coordinator


Mr. Christian Bien H. Lagmay
Pcss Assistant


Ms. Diane Via T. Sabit
Accounting Staff


Mrs. Rosa Maria C. Domantay
Office Staff


Mr. Marlon D. Cuadrante
Technical Support


Mr. Reñel Arriesgado
Maintenance

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Association of Major Religious Superiors of
Women in the Philippines (AMRSWP)


AMRSWP Secretariat Office
3rd Floor, St. Teresa of Avila Building,
#28 Acacia Street corner Rosario Drive
New Manila, Barangay Mariana, 1112 Quezon City
Telefax: (02) 8 631-8948


Objectives
The purpose of the AMRSWP is to coordinate the activities of the aforesaid
Religious communities, to study the problems of common interest, and
to assure their effective solution through close collaboration.


Membership
person of their major superiors. Religious groups without a major superior
in the Philippines are represented by an authorized member of the
group.


Organization
The Association functions through the following: 1. the Annual
Convention; 2. the Executive Board; 3. the Secretariat; 4. the various
Mission Partners jointly organized with AMRSP.


EXECUTIVE BOARD


Chairperson: Sr. Marilyn A. Java, RC
Vice Chairperson: Mo. Ma. Nemia D. Daral, OP
Treasurer: Sr. Mirasol C. Navidad, RSCJ


BOARD MEMBERS:
Sr. Carmelita Z. Victoria, SSpS | Sr. Corazon I. Sanchez, SIHM
Sr. Ma. Elizabeth T. Ello, SSpS | Sr. Ma. Ofelia Daet, OP
Sr. Maria Gina D. Gorre, FSPif | Sr. Rosemary M. Plaza, MSM


Executive Secretary:
Sr. Crisvie Happy T. Montecillo, DSA


AMOR Membership
The AMRSWP is a member of the Asian/Pacific Meeting of Religious
(AMOR)


Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines
(CEAP)
(Official National Organization of Catholic Education)


CEAP Nationa l Office
Tels. (02) 926-5153 • (02) 926-0521 • (02) 926-6273
GLOBE: 0966 940 3065
SMART: 0961 122 3464
FAX: (02) 8426-2670
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: www.ceap.org.ph
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CatholicEdPH
Twitter: twitter.com/catholicedph


The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) is the national
association of Catholic Educational Institutions in the Philippines founded
in 1941. It now has more than 1,525 member-schools and more than 120
superintendents of Catholic Schools. It is a voluntary organization which operates
through regional educational associations located in the 17 regions
of the country.
The CEAP represents the interests of Catholic educational institutions in national
and international fora; fosters unity of action with other organizations in educational
matters; and assists members, particularly those in mission areas
to achieve common and specific aims.


The CEAP is commissioned to advance and promote the teaching function of the
Catholic Church. It contributes towards the attainment of the objective “the
total development of the human person,” through a Catholic orientation in
accordance with the norms of the Church, consistent with national development
goals as expressed in the Philippine Constitution.


The CEAP promotes religious instruction as an essential element of Catholic
education, thereby contributing towards character formation and citizenship
building.
Moreover, it strives to respond to social, political, moral and other critical issues
based on consultations with the different regions and calls for the collective
action of its members when the situation so requires.
CEAP is a non-stock, non-profit organization. It is represented in the Coordinating
Council of Private Educational Associations (COCOPEA), Private Education Assistance
Committee - Fund for Assistance to Private Education (PEAC-FAPE),
and the various Technical Working Groups and Committees of national government
agencies working for the interest of the private schools.
It is a member of the Association of Foundations and networks with many other
non-government organizations. It is affiliated with the International Office of
Catholic Education (Office Internationale de l’Enseignement Catholique-OIEC)
and with the International Federation of Catholic Universities.


LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATION
The CEAP is governed by a 22-member Board of Trustees composed of 17
regional trustees (from the National Capital Region, Regions I to XII, Autonomous
Region of Muslim Mindanao, Caraga Region, Negros Island
and Cordillera Administrative Region), five trustees-at-large, and the
chairperson of the Superintendents Commission, which in turn elects a
set of officers. The Board is supported by a National Secretariat headed
by an Executive Director. The offices of the Executive Director, Membership
and Communications, Programs, Advocacy, and Finance and Administrative
Services are currently staffed by 16 personnel.
At the regional level, the regional directors work within particular structures
set up for coordination, planning and implementation of programs and
other local concerns.
CEAP has four commissions, and their functions are as follows: The Superintendents
Commission gathers all diocesan and congregational school
superintendents and works to support CEAP’s goals. The National
Christian Formation Commission formulates policies and programs
for effective religious education in member institutions, in consultation
with the Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education
and other offices of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines.
The Advocacy Commission is responsible for the effective communication
to all concerned sectors of CEAP’s position on current issues and
problems affecting private education. The Retirement Commission administers
the CEAP Retirement Plan which provides retirement benefits
to faculty and staff of participating member-institutions.
CEAP Board members sit in the commissions/committees which discuss
policy matters regarding Personnel and Finance, Programs and Scholarships,
Membership and Awards, and Legal Matters.


FINANCING
The activities of the CEAP are financed by annual membership fees and nominal
fees, special assessments and contributions from member-institutions,
and by donations, grants, subsidies from national and international
sources—public, private or Church-related.


PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
The Association provides programs and services to its member institutions as
well as affiliate regional associations in the following areas:


Advocacy
CEAP has consistently maintained the importance of widening the access
to and the promotion of quality, transformative Catholic Education in
the Philippines. CEAP’s National Advocacy Commission (NAC) has been responsible
for proposing to the CEAP National Board policies and advocacy
initiatives pertinent to Catholic Education in the Philippines and the CEAPidentified
priority issues (i.e. peace, judicial reform, education reform, mining
and the environment). NAC undertakes the research and consultation
requisite for such proposals. NAC disseminates, explains and advocates CEAP’s
positions. NAC attends CHEd’s, DepEd’s, or Congressional hearings and conferences,
and those of other pertinent agencies or other forums in the interest of
advocating or formulating CEAP’s positions, especially when these are threatened
by adverse public policies. CEAP is also the lead association of COCOPEA
in the area of Advocacy and Public Policy Development. NAC continues to
push for CEAP’s legislative agenda in the 16th Congress that would help CEAP
member schools achieve their work towards quality, transformative Catholic
Education in the Philippines.


Transformational Education
Specific programs for the thrust Continuing Education for Social Transformation
seek to institutionalize the need to respond to current issues in the
socioeconomic and political sphere. The objective being to broaden members’
awareness and understanding of issues thus paving the way for relevant and
proactive response and even a change in lifestyle and worldview. Current programs
include Environmental Education; Biodiversity and Sustainable Development;
Peace Education; and Management Development.


Catechetics & Religious Education
The Association promotes Religion as the core of the curriculum. It conducts
seminars and workshops to help implement the concept and assists
member schools in reviewing and strengthening religious education programs.
CEAP also supports and champions the Philippine Catechetical Apostolate
and Religious Education (PhilCARE) Foundation in its aim to promote
the development and welfare of catechists and religious educators.


Human Resource Development
CEAP initiates and organizes programs to update knowledge and upgrade
skills of administrators, supervisors, subject-area coordinators, faculty and
non-teaching personnel. It also provides leadership training for students.


Consultancy Services
Resource generation, financial management, organizational development
and legal matters are some areas where CEAP may provide advice and guidance
to its members.


Networking and Linkage-Building
The Association maintains linkages with various groups both inside and
outside the education sector. With limited funds of its own, CEAP relies on
resource sharing and the cooperation of other organizations and companies
to achieve its goals. In turn, CEAP contributes its capacities and strengths to
achieve common objectives which will benefit society.


Publications
To serve as instrument of linkaging and resource sharing within various
concerned sectors but particularly among the Association’s members, CEAP
maintains the Quarterly magazine CEAP Bulletin. It occasionally publishes
books and monographs related to Catholic education. Every two years, the
CEAP Directory containing updated information on member schools comes
out.


Vision
A world transformed, a Philippines renewed by the people educated in
the principles of Communion and Service as taught and lived by our Lord
Jesus Christ and shaped by the missionary mandate of the Catholic Church.
Mission


• To promote solidarity among member schools through Catholic Education.
• To foster inclusive and transformative Catholic Education.
• To serve as steadfast and effective catalyst of change through education in the
different dimensions of human life.

CEAP
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
(2019-2020)
Episcopal Commission On
Catechesis And Catholic Education
(ECCCE) ex oficio:
BP. ROBERTO C. MALLARI


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


FR. Elmer G. Dizon
President
Superintendent,
Archdiocese of San Fernando
Educational System, Pampanga


Sr. Ma. Marissa R. Viri, RVM
Vice-President, Trustee-at-Large
President, University of the
Immaculate Conception-Davao


Fr. Albert N. Delvo
Treasurer, Trustee-at-Large
Superintendent, Diocese of
Novaliches


Fr. Alain P. Manalo
Corporate Secretary
Episcopal Vicar for Catholic Education
and Superintendent of Diocesan
Schools Diocese of Imus (Cavite)


Jose Allan I. Arellano
Executive Director


TRUSTEES-AT-LARGE
BP. REX ANDREW C. ALARCON
Bishop of the Diocese of Daet


Fr. Onofre G. Inocencio Jr. SDB
Superintendent, Don Bosco Schools


Fr. Mauricio T. Ulep, CMF
School Director,
Claret School of Quezon City
Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) 365


REGIONAL TRUSTEES


NCR
Rev. Fr. Nolan A. Que
School Director,
Cluster 5 and 6, RCAM-ES,
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of
Manila Educational System


NEGROS ISLAND
Fr. Thadeu Enrique N. Balongag
Superintendent,
Diocese of Dumaguete


REGION I
Msgr. Manuel S. Bravo Jr.
Superintendent,
Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan


REGION II
Dr. Exuperio V. Flores Jr.
President, Our Lady of the Pillar
College Cauayan


REGION III
Fr. Elmer G. Dizon
Superintendent,
Archdiocese of San Fernando
Educational System, Pampanga


REGION IV
Fr. Alain P. Manalo
Episcopal Vicar for Catholic Education
and Superintendent of Diocesan
Schools
Diocese of Imus (Cavite)


REGION V
Fr. Odine L. Areola
President,
Veritas College of Irosin


REGION VI
Fr. Jose Gualberto I. Villasis
President, Aklan Catholic College


REGION VII
Fr. Dionisio M. Miranda, SVD
(Outgoing this 2020)
President,
University of San Carlos


REGION VIII
Fr. Rey Anthony P. Navidad
Superintendent,
Diocese of Borongan
Catholic Schools


REGION IX
Fr. Christopher B. Ligason, CMF
Director, Claret School of Zamboanga


REGION X
Fr. Max V. Ceballos, SSJV
Superintendent,
Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro
REGION XI
Fr. Tomas P. Avila Jr.
Superintendent,
Diocese of Tagum
REGION XII
Br. Wilfredo E. Lubrico, FMS
President,
Notre Dame of Marbel University,
Koronadal City


CAR
Fr. Gilbert B. Sales, CICM
President, St. Louis University


CARAGA
Sr. Rosanne Mallillin, SPC
President,
St. Paul University Surigao


BARMM
Fr. Eduardo Santoyo, OMI
President, Notre Dame of Jolo
College, Sulu


NATIONAL SECRETARIAT


Mr. Jose Allan I. Arellano
Executive Director


Mrs. Rowena R. Caverte
Comptroller
Finance and Administrative Officer


Ms. Mary Ann S. Cruz
Deputy Executive Director;
Plans and Programs Officer
Areas: National Christian
Formation Commission (NCFC)
Programs Committee - Justice
and Peace, Ecological Integrity,
Engaged Citizenship, Poverty
Reduction, Gender Equality, Youth
Empowerment (JEEPGY)


Ms. Dianne B. Dela Cruz - Balios
Membership and
Communications Officer
Areas: National Basic Education
Commission (NBEC)
Membership and Awards Committee
(MAC)
Technical-Vocational
Committee (TVEC)
Mr. Miguel Karlo Abadines
Advocacy and Information
Management Officer
Areas: National Higher Education
Commission (NHEC)
National Advocacy Commission


ASSISTANTS AND SUPPORT
PERSONNEL


Mrs. Ana Liza G. Enguito
Finance and Administrative


Ms. Darlene Ann C. Busmente
Membership and Communications


Ms. Marinelle C. Gaboy
Plans And Programs
Ms. Keana Rivera
Advocacy and Special Events


Ms. Margarita Isabel R. Cruz
PCSS Coordinator


Mr. Christian Bien H. Lagmay
Pcss Assistant


Ms. Diane Via T. Sabit
Accounting Staff


Mrs. Rosa Maria C. Domantay
Office Staff


Mr. Marlon D. Cuadrante
Technical Support


Mr. Reñel Arriesgado
Maintenance

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Association of Women Formators of the Philippines
(AWFP)


AWFP Secretariat Office
3 Cannon Road, Cubao
1112 Quezon City


Objectives
The purposes of the AWFP are: to organize women formators for support,
collaboration and witnessing; to provide formators with skills and experiences
needed in their ministry; to establish linkages with other Formation
Institutes and maintain mutual collaboration with the Association
of Major Religious Superiors of the Philippines (AMRSP) and Association
of Major Superiors of Women in the Philippines (AMSRWP); to facilitate
contextualized formation programs in line with Vita Consecrata and PCP
II; and to enhance the process of inculturation of our respective charism
in the life of the signs of the times.


Organization
The AWFP is an association of Women Formators in the Philippines. It is composed
of four levels of formation namely: Pre-Novitiate, Novitiate, Juniorate
and On-Going. The fiscal year to be followed shall be reckoned from
the date of the latest convention up to the holding of the next one.


Functions
The AWFP functions through the following: 1. the Biennial Convention;
2. the Executive Board; 3. Regional Modular Classes and Seminar-Workshops
for Formation; 4. the PAHATID Newsletter; and 5. the collaboration
with AMRSP and AMRSWP.


Membership
The members are designated Formators of legally existing religious congregations
of women in the Philippines recognized and approved by the
Church.


Executive Board
(2015-2017)
Chairperson: Sr. Paula Victoria Libutaque, RA (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
Vice-Chairperson: Sr. Rosario Tayson, SSpS
Secretary: Sr. Rhiza Eltanal, AR
Assistant Secretary: Sr. Sherry Lyn Torillo, OP
Treasurer: Sr. Luzviminda Domingo, MCST
Assistant Treasurer: Sr. Angelita Esguerra, SFIC
Auditor: Sr. Carmen Villalon, NSC
Assistant Auditor: Sr. Elvia Ortiz, CIC
Pahatid Editors: Sr. Angie Lucidos, SSJ; Sr. Noemi Colendres, MPS
Pahatid Editors: Sr. Nimfa Seranias, SSpS; Sr. Mary Cecille Tajanhari, OSC
Alternates: Sr. Ann Christine Moscoso, SPC; Sr. Maylaflor Escaner,
ASSJM; Sr. Marife Sayman, OP; Sr. Adeline Labutan, MI


National Association of Diocesan Chancellors (NADC)
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A National and Private Associations of Diocesan Chancellors, Vice-Chancellors,
Notaries and Chancery Staff of the various Ecclesiastical Jurisdictions of
the Philippines.


Approval:
107th Plenary Assembly of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines,
16 July 2013.


Objectives
1. To strengthen the communion and collaboration among the diocesan
chanceries through efficient networking systems and communications.
2. To organize programs and activities that will enhance the efficient
Chancery management and operation.
3. To foster relations in all diocesan Chanceries for the mutual exchange of
human resources, logistics, technologies and services.
4. To enhance the spirituality of communion among the members by way
of mutual inspiration and support.
5. To collaborate with the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines
(CBCP), and such other church and civic associations, institutions, and
agencies, in the pursuit of its objectives.


OFFICERS:
President:
Fr. Francis Eugene A. Fadul, SThL
Diocese of San Pablo
Chancery Office, M. Paulino St.,
4000, San Pablo City
Tel: (049) 562-4250
Telefax: (049) 561-1857
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Vice-President for Luzon:
Fr. Paul Rene P. Ocfemia, JCD
Diocese of Legazpi
Cathedral Compound,
Albay District, 4500 Legazpi City
Telefax: (052) 481-2178
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Vice-President for Visayas:
Fr. Agerio V. Paña
Diocese of Tagbilaran
Chancery Office
PO Box 18, Tagbilaran City
Tel: (038) 412-0195
Fax: (038) 411-5653


Vice President for Mindanao:
Fr. Siegfried B. Dosdos, JCL
Diocese of Butuan
Bishop’s Residence, Ampayon,
8600, Butuan City, P.O. Box 54
Tel: (085) 342-3747/
Fax: (085) 815-9251
Email: lospadresbxu_chancery@
yahoo.com /
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Secretary:
Ms. Janette Marissa L. Lim
Diocese of Kalookan
Ground Floor, Bishop Iñiguez
Hall, San Roque Cathedral
Compound, A. Mabini St. cor.
10th Avenue, Caloocan City
Tel: (02) 287-3693
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Treasurer:
Fr. Oscar L. Andal
Archdiocese of Lipa
Cathedral Site, C.M. Recto
Street, Lipa City
Tel: (043) 756-2572/
(043) 981-3023
Fax: (043) 756-0005
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Auditor/PRO:
Fr. Danny Q. Nacpil
Archdiocese of San Fernando,
Pampanga
Arzobispado de Pampanga,
San Jose, 2000, City of San
Fernando, Pampanga
Tel: (045)961-2639/
(045)961-2789
Fax: (045)961-2639
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