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We are on the process of recovering from the destruction of the super typhoon Yolanda. We have experienced the saving graces of our sisters’ resiliency, bayanihan spirit and determination to rise above the challenging and chaotic destructions.

 

Vital to our recovery is our honest introspection and evaluation of what is needed and of what is urgent; of what we have done and of what we have not done. Whatever is the result of our assessment, let us be grateful for the good things that we have and for the grace companions who have journeyed with us. For the things that we should not have done and what we ought to do, let us pave a pathway that lay aside those matters that lead us apart from our Savior.

Let us try to focus our sight on the ultimate goal to be united with Him. Let us hope and pray that the New Year bring out the best in us in order to create joy and peace in our midst.

 

Christmas is not just a Season to be celebrated on a certain   period in a year. The works of Christmas is an everyday thing to be performed to make life meaningful not only for ourselves but also to others.

 

Let us usher the New Year with our daily Christmas works:

     To our Congregation, let us be observant of our religious life;

     To our Sisters, let us be understanding;

     To our  predecessors in religious life,  let us hold them in esteem and appreciation;

     To our families, let us rain their life with love and prayers;

     To our benefactors, let us  return with prayers and gratitude their generosity;

     To our  friends, let us accord them loyalty;

     To our enemies, let us offer them forgiveness;

     To our opponent, let us practice tolerance;

     To our critics, let us give room to openness;

     To our Loving Creator, let our choices in life bring Him Glory and Honor.



The New Year, 2014, is also the Year of the of the Laity. May our  encounter  with  them bring forth  the incarnation  of  Christ in our life  as  well  as  to  the  life  of  the  Laity.

 

A Blessed Christmas and

Bountiful Blessings

for the New Year!

Called to Praise, Bless and Preach the Love of Jesus Christ

 

   We, the Dominican Sisters of the Most Holy Rosary of the Philippines, are channels of faith and bearers of truth. Inspired by the charism of our founders, and our devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, we live the Trinitarian love as we share the fruits of our contemplation.

 

   Following closely our Lord Jesus Christ, who is poor, chaste and obedient, we strive to witness the compassionate love of the Triune God with the simplicity and joy of our Holy Father St. Dominic and our beloved Mother Rosario Arroyo.

 

   With fervent love for our Blessed Mother, especially her rosary and through contemplation, community life, and study we commit ourselves to the evangelizing mission of the Church.

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