Two of the youths greeted and spoke with a resident from Chalan Kanoa whose house was destroyed by Super Typhoon Yutu.

Youth Pilgrims from Guam and Saipan celebrate Thanksgiving weekend with those affected by Super Typhoon Yutu

Posted by - December 1, 2018

By Julie Anne loong For the North Star Everyone, especially the youth always look forward to the long Thanksgiving weekend as a time to spend with their family at home, lounging at the Mall or at the beach with their friends, or even just relaxing at the comfort of one’s home watching a favorite movie.

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Bishop Ryan P. Jimenez presided over Mount Carmel School’s reopening mass. The school reopened on November 13, a few weeks after Super Typhoon Yutu devastated the campus.

MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL REOPENS WITH RENEWED SPIRIT AFTER SUPER TYPHOON YUTU

Posted by - November 24, 2018

by Reica Ramirez from Mount Carmel School’s Introduction to Communications Course After weeks of clean-up efforts, repair, and recover efforts, Mount Carmel School reopened on November 13. Although many parts of the school were destroyed by one of the strongest typhoons ever recorded in U.S. history, students, friends, family, faculty, and staff had faith that

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Fr. Allan and the youths of San Roque distributed lunch to the children who are in residence at the shelter at Gregorio T. Camacho Elemetary School as part of their Pre-Thanksgiving event to reach out to those families who were affected by Super Typhoon Yutu.

Giving Thanks and Sharing Love to our Brothers and Sisters
Pre-Thanksgiving Party Post-Yutu at GTC Shelter

Posted by - November 24, 2018

By Rose Gamier There is something about putting a smile to a child’s face situated at a place – not their own, away from a place of comfort they used to call home. But the San Roque Parish, its Youth Ministry, Pre-Con and Confirmation students, and volunteers did just that by organizing a Pre-Thanksgiving Party

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Parishioners of San Roque distributed relief packages to the families of San Vicente Parish around the neighborhood of Holy Rosary Oratory in Dandan. Fr. Allan Cabatian encouraged his parishioners to help out the parishes in the south who are more devastated by Super Typhoon Yutu.

“Let us turn to God and let us help one another!”

Posted by - November 18, 2018

Diocese joins in the typhoon recovery effort providing spiritual support “But I have prayed for you that your faith may not fail; and when you have turned again, strengthen your brethren.” These were the words of Jesus Christ to St. Peter foretelling how His passion and death will shake Peter’s faith and the rest of

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Mount Carmel School Congratulates VOX Knights

Posted by - October 26, 2018

Mount Carmel School congratulated her VOX Knights for their outstanding performance in the recent October NSDA/NJSDA competition. NSDA Winners: Lyndon Digno (3rd place Humorous Interpretation, 3rd place Prose A), Larry Dean Cruz (4th place Original Oratory A, 5th place Poetry A), Ydelle Faye Acosta (3rd place Original Oratory A),  Minju Kang (4th place Original Oratory

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Parishioners reverently carried the image of Nuestra Senora de los Remedios amidst the heavy downpour of rain during the procesion in the village of Tanapag in celebration of their Annual Parish Fiesta.

Santa Remedios Parish Revisits History for the Annual Fiesta

Posted by - October 21, 2018

By Rose Gamier Remembering Our Tradition, Celebrating Today and Envisioning into the New Millennium… October 14, 2018 marked a significant event for Santa Remedios Parish. Not only was it the celebration of their annual fiesta but this year, a “re-enactment” of the arrival of the image of Nuestra Señora Bithen Delos Remedios was also held.

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MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL CELEBRATES CULTURAL DIVERSITY DAY

Posted by - October 21, 2018

by Rieca Ramirez from Mount Carmel School’s Introduction to Media Communications Course The Mount Carmel School family recently joined the rest of the CNMI in celebrating thee annual Cultural Diversity Day. The celebration featured parades, performances, cultural dances and costumes. The celebration consisted of the following grade levels performing their specific cultural traditions: K4-Philippines, K5-Brazil,

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