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    Festival of Faith and Witness in Celebration of the IFI's 110th Proclamation Anniversary
     

    The Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI) is commemorating her 110th Proclamation Anniversary on 03 August 2012. A national grand celebration on 2-3 August, expected to gather together at least fifteen thousand faithful and friends, will be held in Manila on these days to observe this milestone in the life of the Church.

     

    The highlights of this two-day affair include a grand parade in the afternoon of August 2 from the National Cathedral to the Ninoy Aquino Stadium; a festival of music, culture and heritage; and on August 3 an early morning candle-lit procession and the Pontifical Mass to be celebrated by the 12th Obispo Maximo, the Most Revd Ephraim S. Fajutagana, with other bishops as co-celebrants.

     

    Let us join in this momentous occasion. Please do not hesitate to email us at 110celebration_committee@ifi.ph should you need more information about the celebrations. 

     

     



      
    Liturgical Commemoration and Forum against Political Killings and Impunity to Mark Fifth Death Anniversary of Bishop Alberto Ramento
     

    The Iglesia Filipina Independiente is holding a Liturgical Commemoration on the fifth death anniversary of Bishop Alberto B. Ramento alongside a Forum on Current Issues on 03 October 2011, Monday, at 2:00 o’clock in the afternoon at the IFI National Cathedral, 1500 Taft Avenue, Ermita, Manila.

     

    A Church Leaders' March for Justice will be conducted at 10:00 in the morning from the National Cathedral to the Department of Justice for an audience with Secretary Leila de Lima. Farm workers from Hacienda Luisita and other human rights advocates from the ecumenical community will also join the advocacy march.

     

    We invite you to take part in the commemoration of Bishop Ramento in prayers and in affirmation of the noble cause he had devoted his life to. Your presence would be a concrete expression of our commitment as church people to the cause of justice and peace and would give witness to our solidarity in the struggle of our people against oppression.

     




      
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