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(Lay Association)
(E-1950)

Sector Director
Ms. Amalia T. ledesma
56 Sgt. Esguerra Ave.
South Triangle, 1103 Quezon City
Tel.: (02) 926-1642, 924-1195
Fax: (02) 928-8261
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Luzon Zone
Zone Director
MS. CLOTILDE B. GABUTINA
63-C Times St., West Triangle
1100 Quezon City
Tel: (02) 926-0599
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Visayas Zone
MS. LEA S. PEREZ
37-17th St., 6100 Bacolod City
Telefax: (034) 434-6030
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MINDANAO ZONE
MS. GREGORIA A. RUIZ
7 Gov. Generoso St., Bo. Obrero,
8000 Davao City
Tel. (082) 227-2516
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Summary of Statistics
Members:
Total Members in the Phil…… 208
Filipino Members Abroad…..… 42
College… ………………………… 1
Student Centers/
Univ. Residences………………… 3
Open Centers……………………… 3
Center for Culture and
Spirituality… …………………… 1
Center for Educators
Formation… ……………………… 1

Communities, Works, Members
Diocese of Bacolod
Poveda Center, 37-17th Street, 6100
Bacolod City
Telefax: (034) 434-6030
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Ms. Delicia Sunio, In-Charge
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Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro
Poveda University Residence, 21 Pabayo
St., 9000 Cagayan de Oro City
Tel.: (088822) 722308
Ms. Daisy Badilla, Head
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Covadonga Center for Culture and Spirituality,
F. Bonia St., Mandumol,
Macasandig, 9000 Cagayan de
Oro City
Telefax: (088) 8574717
Ms. Christina Peroja, In-Charge
Ms. Carmen Sayo, In-Charge, Social
Domicile
Tel.: (08822) 724324

Archdiocese of Cebu
Guadix Open Center, 483 Arch. Reyes
Ave., 6000 Cebu City
Telefax: (032) 231-2371
Ms. Rolinda Jover, Head
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Archdiocese of Cubao
Teresian Association, 56 Sgt. Esguerra
Ave., South Triangle, 1103 Quezon City
Tel.: (02) 926-1642, 924-1195
Telefax: (02) 9288261
Ms. Eufrosina Villegas, In-Charge,
Social Domicile
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St. Pedro Poveda College (F-1960),
EDSA cor. P. Oiveda Sts., 1100
Quezon City
Tel.: (02) 631-8756 to 58
Fax: (02) 932-1911
Ms. Azucena Camagan, College
President; Clarissa T. Gutierrez,
High School Principal; Annabelle
Sanchez, Grade School and Pre-
School Principal
Poveda Center for Educators’ Formation,
3rd Floor, Josefa Segovia Bldg., St.
Pedro Poveda College, EDSA cor.
P. Poveda St., 1100 Quezon City
Tel.: (02) 631-8756-58 loc. 164
Website: www.cef-it.edu.ph
Ms. Salvacion Villavicencio, Head
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Archdiocese of Davao
Poveda Center, Gov. Generoso St., Bo.
Obrero, 8000 Davao City
Tel.: (082) 227-2516
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Teresa Ferrer, Head
Josefa Segovia Foundation, JSF Bldg.,
Abayon Subd., Calinan, 8018
Davao City
Telefax: (082) 2950051
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Ms. Imelda Sebastian, Head

Diocese of Imus
Poveda House of Pra yer, Silang Crossing
East, 4120 Tagaytay City
Telefax: (046) 413-1354

Archdiocese of Jaro
Teresian Association, 14 Gen. Luna St.,
5000 Iloilo City
Telefax: (033) 336-9465
Rose Eden Calaor, In-Charge, Social
Domicile
Josefa Segovia Student Center, 14 Gen.
Luna St., 5000 Iloilo City
Tel.: (033) 336-9688
Telefax: (033) 337-4661
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Ms. Esperanza Bugaoan, Head

Diocese of Malaybalay
Teresian Association, Zone 6, Brgy. II,
Dumlao Subd., Impalambong,
8700 Malaybalay City
Tel.: (088) 8131224
Nelia Apdan, Contact Person

Archdiocese of Manila
ITEC Student Center, 1569 Dapitan St.,
Sampaloc, 1008 Manila
Tel.: (02) 731-5091
Fax: (02) 731-5856
Ms. Jovita Herrera, Head
Email: jovieherrera1569@gmail.com
Asociación de Coopera dora s Institución
Teresiana (ACIT),
Ms. Christine Lim, President
Tel.: (032) 422-8947
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National Director
REV. FR. Socrates C. Mesiona, MSP
824 Don Quijote Street
Sampaloc, 1008 Manila
Tel: 731- 3208; 781-9518
Fax: 740- 3030
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Website:www.pms-phil.org


The Pontifical Mission Societies consist of the Society for the Propagation of
the Faith, the Holy Childhood Association, the Society of St. Peter Apostle
and the Missionary Union of Priests and Religious. The Pontifical Mission
Societies have, as their primary purpose, the promotion of a universal
missionary spirit — a spirit of prayer and sacrifice — among all baptized
Catholics.
The first three Societies, in carrying out that goal, invite baptized Catholics to
express their missionary commitment by offering their prayers, personal
sacrifices and financial support for the work of the Church in the Missions.
The Missionary Union of Priests and Religious works to deepen mission
awareness among priests, men and women Religious, catechists, and educators
so that they are fully prepared to take on the mission formation of
the faithful. These four Societies each received the title “pontifical” in 1922
to indicate their status as official instruments of the Holy Father and of the
Universal Roman Catholic Church.

VISION
“A dynamic Philippine Church responding to the call for Universal Mission”

MISSION
The Pontifical Mission Societies in the Philippines, in collaboration with the
local Church, commit to:
1. Promote passionately the goals and objectives of the four Pontifical Societies
(Pontifical Society for the Propagation of the Faith, Pontifical Society
of the Holy Childhood, Pontifical Society of St. Peter the Apostle, Pontifical
Missionary Union);
2. Enhance active participation of Diocesan Mission Directors and Collaborators;
3. Increase missionary consciousness among the People of God;
4. Foster spiritual cooperation;
5. Promote vocation, especially for mission ad gentes;
6. Bring efficient collection of material and financial support for mission endeavors.

The Mission Education Commission
Rationale:
“For all missions and for the whole missionary activity, there should be only
one competent Curial Office, namely: that of the Propagation of the Faith.
This office should direct and coordinate missionary work itself as well as
missionary cooperation through the world.” Vat. II Sec. 29, Decree on the
Missionary activity of the Church.

Thrust:
To work together for the implementation of Vatican II Decree on the Missionary
Activity of the Church.

Main Objective:
To promote mission consciousness and to foster cooperation/collaboration
with Mission Partners in order to actively spread and share the Christian
faith among the people of God in the various sectors of the Philippines.

Specific Objectives:
1. To promote missionary vocation among the faithful.
2. To encourage the faithful to help the PMS according to their means.
3. To participate in the promotion of the four Pontifical Mission Societies.
4. To recruit members to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith (SPOF)
and Holy Childhood Association (HCA).

Membership Composition:
1. Superior General or Provincial Superior of a Religious Congregations/
School heads or duly designated representative/delegate.
2. Representatives from the different congregations and parishes.
3. Duly appointed by the PMS National Director.

Duties:
To pray for the missions and carry out the thrust and objectives of the MEC.

Activities:
1. Offering of sacrifices for the success of the missions.
2. Facilitating the dynamic networking between the PMS National Office and
the Religious Institutes/Congregations/Parishes/Communities.
3. Conducting conferences/seminars in schools and parishes on the missionary
duty of every Christian and about the life and works of the four Pontifical
Mission Societies.
4. Distributing literatures on missionary and religious vocations.
5. Organizing missionary gatherings, meetings, mission clubs and similar activities
to enkindle and deepen in the faithful the love for the missions.
6. Contributing to the Mission Newsletter.