Inmates, Indigent Families Recipients of CaReS Gift-Giving Activity

By Jesse Meer Alipes | January 8, 2021

BAGUIO CITY— 250 Inmates of the Baguio City Jail and 110 indigent families were the beneficiaries of the Christmas Gift-Giving Activity of Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary last December 27, 2020. The Christmas Gift-giving activity of the CaReS is held annually on the last week of December. “This yearly event is done in order to share the…

Fr. Bernard Amparado admisneters the blessiong of the newly-renovated Sala de Estudio

Sala de Estudio inaugurated on the Feast of St. Thomas of Villanova

By: Br. Jesse Meer E. Alipes Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary inaugurates and blesses Sala de Estudio last November 25, 2020 on the feast of St. Thomas of Villanova. Rev. Fr. Bernard C. Amparado, OAR, Seminary Rector, administered the blessing of the newly-renovated Sala de Estudio or study room and learning resource center. Fr. Amparado together with…

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Three Personnel Receive Service Award

By: Br. Jesse Meer E. Alipes Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary recognizes three personnel for their invaluable service to the seminary last November 7, 2020 at the Capilla de Nuestra Señora del Pilar Chapel. The service awardees for this year are Judy Estabillo, ground maintenance personnel, for 30 years of service; Joyvell Dioquino-Camero, administrative staff for 15…

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Province receives Twenty One New Postulants

BAGUIO CITY ­– The Province of St. Ezekiel Moreno of the Order of the Augustinian Recollects received twenty one postulants last October 12, 2020, at Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary. On the same day, the seminary celebrated the feast of Nuestra Señora del Pilar, its Patroness. “Man is Homo Simbolorum (Man of Signs) and the habit is…

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Formators’ Day a Tribute to Teachers

BAGUIO CITY – Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary holds 2nd Formators’ Appreciation Day last October 5, 2020. The celebration, which is in harmony with the World Teachers’ Day, was a tribute for the lay formators for their service to the seminary throughout the years. “Giving the opening remarks for such an occasion is not difficult,” said Rev.…

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CaReS Opens Intramurals 2020

By: Bro. Jesse Meer E. Alipes Baguio City ­– Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary opens Intramurals 2020 last Thursday, September 24, 2020. “A Display of God Centeredness and Self-Discipline towards a Holistic Community,” is this year’s Intramurals’ Theme. The seminarians are divided into five teams with two religious formators accompanying each team. This year’s teams are as…

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Opening Recollection emphasized on Vocation

Baguio City – Do not be afraid. Rev. Fr. Alan Jacinto, OAR, told the seminarians to embrace the problems and not run from it during the annual opening recollection he gave to the Seminarians of Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary last September 6, 2020. Fr. Jacinto, who is the National Vocation Director of the Province of St.…

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Fr. Rector: God may be silent, but never absent

Baguio City – The Rector of Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary is the main celebrant of the Mass of the Holy Spirit last September 5, 2020 at the Capilla de Nuestra Señora del Pilar. In his sermon, Rev. Fr. Bernard C. Amparado, OAR encouraged everyone to have faith in God’s mysterious ways of revealing the truth amidst…

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Online Orientation Marks the Opening of the New Academic Year

By: Jesse Meer E. Alipes BAGUIO CITY ­– Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary opens Academic Year 2020-2021 with an orientation on the use of the Learning Management System (LMS) of CaReS and on Distance Learning and Learning Packets last August 24, at the seminary Social Hall. On the first hour of the schedule, Mr. Michael V. Jarata,…

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Fourteen New Aspirants Join CaReS Community

By: Br. Jesse Meer E. Alipes BAGUIO CITY ­– Casiciaco Recoletos Seminary welcomes fourteen (14) new aspirants for the formation year 2020-2021, last August 21. The 14 neophytes arrived at the seminary grounds at around 2:00 p.m. aboard the bus chartered by the seminary. Upon arriving, the newcomers were welcomed by the seminarians as they…