First Diocesan Catechetical Formation on the Human Person
The Human Person: An Introduction to Christian Anthropology

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Father Jason Granado

The topic delves into a deeper meaning on understanding of the nature of the human person according to St. John Paul II and the Second Vatican Council.

This will be held tomorrow, October 9, 2017 at San Antonio Parish Social Hall at 9:00 AM- 12noon.

The office of Religious Education did not go far to look for a speaker to help our CCD teachers with this topic. He is one of the clergy of the Diocese who is very much willing to share his thoughts and reflections based on what he has taken from his seminary years. He entered the Archdiocesan

Redemptoris Mater Missionary Seminary of Guam on December 1999. Received Baccalaureate on Sacred Theology (STB) from the Pontifical Lateran University through its affiliate: Blessed Diego Luis De San Vitores Catholic Theological Institute for Oceania.

Ordained a deacon on November 3, 2007 and ordained a priest on November 8, 2008 for the Archdiocese of Agana. He served as a priest in the two parishes in Guam after his ordination from November 2008 to February 2014. He was sent by Archbishop Apuron to be of help in the Diocese of Chalan Kanoa when Bishop Ryan Jimenez, requested a priest from the Archdiocese of Agana when he was still the Apostolic Administrator of Saipan.He is currently a Pastor of San Vicente Parish, Spiritual Director of the Neo Catechumenal Way, Priest In Charge of the Marriage preparation and the Editor of the North Star.

Fr. Jason Granado, the Pastor of San Vicente Parish will help us facilitate our deeper understanding of the topic.

This catechetical formation course is offered to the CCD teachers of the Diocese but if there are those who are willing to attend the course, please contact the Office of Religious Education through Sr. Nina Caccam, SJBP at 285- 1076.

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