prayer protection for covid-19

PCCians United in Prayer

As PCCians united in prayer, let us gather in spirit and recite by faith this prayer of Pope Francis at 5:00 PM of each day. Let us offer to God in His merciful love, our school community, all those affected by COVID19 in our country and across the globe, our heroes in the medical field, and all our leaders and loved ones in this challenging time.

Praised be Jesus Christ, now and forever.

In the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.

“O Mary, you shine continuously on our journey as a sign of salvation and hope.

We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick.

At the foot of the Cross you participated in Jesus’ pain,

with steadfast faith.

You, Salvation of People, know what we need.

We are certain that you will provide, so that,

as you did at Cana of Galilee,

joy and feasting might return after this moment of trial.

Help us, Mother of Divine Love,

to conform ourselves to the Father’s will

and to do what Jesus tells us:

He who took our sufferings upon Himself, and bore our sorrows to bring us,

through the Cross, to the joy of the Resurrection. Amen.

We seek refuge under your protection, O Holy Mother of God.

Do not despise our pleas – we who are put to the test – and deliver us from every danger, O glorious and blessed Virgin.

Amen.”

Founding Anniversary

PCC @ 107: “Feel Good Friday”

           The weeklong celebration of PCC’s Founding Anniversary concluded with a concert of Gracenote and Autotelic that the PCC community really enjoyed.

            It has been a tradition that the PCC Community commemorates its week-long founding anniversary celebration with different programs and activities that the Chair, Ms. Cecil D. Antiojo and the committee had prepared.  For this year, Ms. Antiojo named each day of the foundation week uniquely, such as:OutREDgious Monday, PURPLEliciousTuesday, Go GREEN Wednesday, BLUES Clues Thursday, and Feel Good Friday.

            A series of academic and extra-curricular activities were held simultaneously in various venues during the weeklong celebration.

            The Founding Anniversary celebrations begin with Eucharistic Celebrations as thanksgiving for the past years.  For the first day, the mass was followed by the opening of rides and games from perya and extra-curricular activities that showcased the talents of PCCians.  For the rest of the week, the celebration featured the traditional Ground Demonstration, the exciting Battle of the Bands, and the fantastic Singing and Dance Contest.  The committee did not only prepare extra-curricular activities, as mentioned earlier, but also academic activities such as Quiz Bee, Exhibits, and Open House. 

           The founding anniversary concluded with the Grand Alumni Homecoming with a theme: “Looking Back, Thinking Forward” hosted by Batang Kumbento ’95.

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PCC @ 107: Celebramos

The PCC community gathered at the Crown Jewel for the opening of the 107th Founding Anniversary and began with a Eucharistic Celebration with Bishop Mylo Hubert Vergara, who emphasized that PCCians are Beloved, Gifted, and Empowered.

After the Eucharistic Celebration, the Celebramos began with an opening speech from the Vice President of the Academic Affairs, Dr. Jennifer S. Apolinario who shared and related three important words to the founding anniversary: Biyaya, Pasasalamat, at Pamilya.

The celebration was full of energetic and lively performances from different dance groups of PCC such as: the College Dance Champion 2019 (BSIT) and Crusaders Dance Troupe. PCCians are not only good in dancing, also in singing. As the PCC Children’s Choir and the band Kilometriko, performed sweet and sonorous song numbers. The Foundation Chairman, Ms. Cecile Antiojo thanked everyone for participating and announced activities to come for the long-week celebration.

The Celebramos ended with a dance number of 107 Senior High School students, followed by the School President, Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña’s official announcement of the festivities declaring the week long activities as open.

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MaPSA Launches the Film Festival 2020

The Manila Ecclesiastical Province Schools System Association (MaPSA) launched its Film Fesitval with a theme: Netflex (Formed by the Love Exemplified by Christ) at the Tahanan ng Mabuting Pastol, Pasig City with representatives from the MaPSA member-schools.

The event began by an opening prayer followed by the singing of National Anthem led by Mr. Bong Quiogue of Pateros Catholic School right after the opening remarks was the presentation of the Festival Mechanics explained by the CCA Director, Mr. Ruben Jasareno. As the informational presentation ended, a forum and frequently asked questions (FAQ) session is held and accommodated by the Film Fest Committee.

The event ended by the Film Festival Committee announcing that the Film Festival is officially open, with the dance presentation of the Pateros Catholic School Dance Group.

Wish ko lang

Maraming Salamat, Wish Ko Lang!

Ang Pasig Catholic College ay taos-pusong nagpapasalamat sa “Wish Ko Lang” sa oportunidad na kanilang ibinigay upang makapagbigay ng Full Scholarship Grant para sa kahit anong kurso sa aming kolehiyo sa isang mabuting bata na si Lance Abarquez.

Maraming Salamat Wish Ko Lang at Congratulations, Lance! Ikaw ay lubos na tinatanggap ng Pasig Catholic College.

Mabuhay!

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PCC Celebrates the Annual Translacion

Last January 9, 2020 all students, teachers, and employees welcomed the image of the Black Nazarene by waving their white handkerchiefs and chanting “Viva, Nazareno!” as the image move towards the Crown Jewel. The Black Nazarene is an ebony statue of Jesus Christ brought to the Philippines in 1606, and is believed to have miraculous powers.

After the procession, PCC President Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña led the Eucharistic Celebration in honor of the Black Nazarene and stated three things why Filipinos treat this event in a very special and honorable way: 1) first is need – the need to remove and fix brokenness of oneself; 2) second is identification – we relate to the sufferings of Jesus; and 3) third is hope – we are hoping that Jesus will answer all our prayers. He also reminded everyone that “We do not worship the image; we praise Jesus even if we do not see him, for in every kiss and rub to the statue, we are showing love to Jesus.”

After the Eucharistic Celebration, all students, teachers, and employees were given a chance to kiss and rub their handkerchief to the statue. The music of the Black Nazarene went playing the whole morning to inspire PCC employees of this truly holy and miraculous event celebrated every year throughout the country.

Wish ko lang

Wish Ko Lang

Ang Pasig Catholic College sa ngalan ng aming College President, Fr. Orlindo F. Ordona at sa ika 107th pagdiriwang ng anibersaryo ng PCC, kami ay nakikibahagi sa pagtupad ng isang pangarap…

Ang Full Scholarship Grant para sa kahit anong kurso sa Kolehiyo ay aming inihahandog kay Lance Abarquez. Sabay-sabay nating saksihan ang pagkamit ng pangarap ni Lance, ngayong Sabado, January 11, 2020 4:10 ng hapon.

Congratulations!