Bishop Santos Reminds OLPS Community to be Grateful in 51st Founding Anniversary Eucharistic Celebration

Bishop Santos Reminds OLPS Community to be Grateful in 51st Founding Anniversary Eucharistic Celebration

Danica Clare Asuncion | Staffer | The OLPSian Times

Most Reverend Ruperto Cruz Santos, D.D. led the Eucharistic Celebration in the International Shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage last October 25, 2023 | Photo by the Communications Office | The OLPSian Times

Most Rev. Ruperto Cruz Santos, D.D., Bishop of Antipolo and School Director, led the Eucharistic Celebration of OLPS’ 51st Founding Anniversary held at the Antipolo Cathedral on October 25, 2023.

The Eucharistic Celebration was attended by OLPS’ faculty and staff, with students joining via livestream.

Most. Rev. Ruperto Santos reminded the OLPSian-Paulinian Community to be grateful to God for the guidance He has given and will give to the community in the past and coming years.

“One of the lessons that we can learn from the past 51 years and what are the lessons we have to learn as we look forward to the coming years? Anong masasabi natin sa ating sarili, sa ating eskwelahan, sa ating pinagdaanan? First, always remember and tell yourselves in those years and the years to come, THERE IS GOD,” Most. Rev. Ruperto Santos said.

“When God makes promises he will provide, when God calls you, he will equip you, when God chose you and sent you, God will make you strong, will make you safe and at the end of the day he will make you successful,” he added.

Towards the end of the mass, Sr. Anabel Dela Cruz, SPC, school head and principal, and assistant principal Dr. Jorge Pacleb presented a certificate of appreciation to Rev. Fr. Keith Buenaventura for being the concelebrant, and to Most. Rev. Ruperto Santos for being the main celebrant of the Eucharistic Celebration during the closing of the 50th Golden Jubilee of Our Lady of Peace School.

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