A Jesuit Memory and Farewell: Homily for the Funeral Mass of Fr. Angelo “Boboy” Silerio SJ

Over the past days most of us gathered here, in our minds and hearts, have been sifting through memories of Fr. Boboy. And in doing so, perhaps we have latched on to one particular memory that encapsulates for us the best of what Fr. Boboy was for each of us. As I went through this … Continue reading A Jesuit Memory and Farewell: Homily for the Funeral Mass of Fr. Angelo “Boboy” Silerio SJ

Grade 9 students showcase products, apply skills in 12th Mini Trade Fair

As K-12 curriculum mandates movement of Economics to Grade 9, the Juniors now take the baton to showcase their “teoria et praxis” in Economics and Accounting as they make business plan, execute the plan by marketing and selling their products, and assess the execution of the plan by auditing and evaluation. Dubbed as the Araling … Continue reading Grade 9 students showcase products, apply skills in 12th Mini Trade Fair

AdNU President to JHS on Christmas: ‘Focus on Jesus, the Savior’

In the last liturgy before the year 2018 ends, Fr. Robert Rivera, SJ, University President reminded the JHS community to channel all Christmas preparations and activities and “focus on Jesus, the Savior”. In the mass held at the Pacol Campus Covered Courts, Fr, Rivera minced no words, and corrected common notions about Christmas. He initially … Continue reading AdNU President to JHS on Christmas: ‘Focus on Jesus, the Savior’

Xavier Day outreach extends to new jail, school recipients

Ateneo Day is St. Francis Xavier Day. As the school honored on the 3rd of December 2018 its patron saint, St. Francis Xavier, the Ateneo community added to its list of outreach recipients the residents of Tigaon, Camarines Sur Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) and the pupils of Morada Ramos Elementary School in … Continue reading Xavier Day outreach extends to new jail, school recipients