Saturday, December 10, 2011 / 6:00PM to 9:00PM / SMART-Araneta Coliseum
Ticket Price @ PHP 50.00
For more info please call JESCOM look for Cathy 4265971
or at Campus Ministry look for Ana or Becky 7366589 / 7353390

A few weeks from now, the good news of Christmas will again ring out in the Church and in the world and we will all be busy searching for that PERFECT gift.

The year 2011 has been declared by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines as the Year of the Youth, especially because it coincides with the World Youth Day in Madrid, held last August. By declaring this year as such, the Church once again affirms her undying love for and hope in the Filipino youth. As Christ himself had counseled his disciples before, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” (Mt 19:14)

It is in this spirit, that I enthusiastically invite all of you in the unwrapping the gift of Jesus in a Christmas Musical Festivity.

Please come to the CHRISTMAS CAROL FESTIVAL OF THE FILIPINO YOUTH to be held on Saturday, 10 December 2011, 6-9pm at the SMART-Araneta Coliseum, Cubao. This Christmas Carol Festival is entitled, “Namamasko Po! Ang Karoling ng Kabataang Pinoy”, to present an opportunity for the young people and to the wider public in bringing back the true meaning of Christmas—God’s self-emptying gift of Himself which we must follow in our lives and what is the real and deeper role of “caroling” in the context of our Christmas Filipino Traditional Celebrations.

We, in the Ministry on Campus (formerly Campus Ministry) Archdiocesan Youth Commission of the Archdiocese of Manila in partnership with Jesuit Communications Foundation, Inc (JesCom), hopes that this Christmas Carol Festival will be a joyful and youthful event to uplift the spirit of young people and young at heart.

Please support this event by promoting this to your communities and encouraging them to come to the Christmas Carol Festival. Thank you so much and God bless!

Sincerely yours in Jesus,

Minister, Ministry on Campus
Archdiocesan Commission on Youth, Archdiocese of Manila

Endorsed by:

Archbishop of Manila

Note: Ticket Price @ PHP 50.00
For more info please call JESCOM look for Cathy 4265971 or at Campus Ministry look for Ana or Becky 7366589 / 7353390

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