Saturday, 24 March 2012 14:13
The Don Pablo Lorenzo Memorial High School (DPLMHS) held its Recollection for graduating students last March 14-16, 2012 at Harmony Village, A Perfect Place For Seminars and Conventions Prayer and Meditation. The theme is based on the Words of Jesus… “ Do not be afraid”, with its objectives to educate basic, reality and crucial issues about their lives.
The DPLMHS Family as a dynamic and organic structure aims to allow and to discover that a happy, peaceful, and exciting life is available if they cultivate the right attitude and relationship with family and friends and if they have the right perspective about their love life, to motivate them to study and prepare for a successful life, and to invite young students to Youth for Christ to provide a wholesome peer group, which will still be a good alternative support environment for them when they reach college.
Recollection, as understood in respect to the spiritual life, means attention to the presence of God in the soul. Hence, it includes the withdrawal of the mind from external and earthly affairs in order to attend to God and Devine things. It is the same as interior solitude in which the soul is alone with God.
The Vision is the name of God, the Fountain and Source of Dialogue, Silsilah envisions a life-in-dialogue for all Muslims, Christians, and peoples of other living faiths in respect, trust and love for one another, and moving together towards an experience of harmony, solidarity and peace.
The Mission as instrument of dialogue and peace, we commit ourselves: To live the essence of our respective faiths and bear witness to the values of our own religious traditions; To be in dialogue with all peoples, regardless of culture and faith, promoting a culture of Dialogue with particular emphasis on spiritual values; and To be in solidarity with all people in the uplift of the less privileged, in the building up of a progressive, just, humane and ecologically sound society.
The speakers were Ms. Elizabeth L. Solis, Ms. Vanessa V. Andico, Ms. Jackelyn Timoteo, Ms. Jovie Emmanuel and Ms. Zsabrina Isa Julaili from the Silsilah Dialogue Movement. They discussed on the topics about Silencing and Prayer, I am made to do Great Things, God knows best, Prayer and Forgiveness and what is Recollection.
This religious contemplation was organized by Mr. Cris A. Buhayan with the support of Ms. Regina D. Morales, the fourth year curriculum chairperson and Maria Pilar N. Gregorio, Ed.D., Secondary School Principal IV in partnership with the Silsilah Dialogue Movement spearheaded by Fr. Sebastiano D’Ambra, PIME.
by: LAMBERTO C. TRUMATA
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