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Pope’s Prayer Intentions for December 2019

That every country takes the measures necessary to prioritize the future of the very young, especially those who are suffering.

Mission 2030 Prayer Intention for December 2019

In this season, may we not just exchange material gifts, but we may reach out and give consideration to the little ones and those in difficulty as an offering of our hearts to Jesus.

Events November 2018

2018 November Liturgy

St. Ignatius Church Events

Archdiocese and Universal Church



1st (Thu)

Solemnity of All Saints    

2nd (Fri)

All Souls Day
First Friday Taize Prayer at 7:00 p.m.-St. Xavier’s Chapel


4th (Sun)

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time
  • Blessing of Children at 12 Noon Mass- Liturgy of the Word for Children in Xavier Chapel.
  • Praise and Worship Prayer from 10 am ~ in Room 203A
  • Mission 2030 Workshop-St. Joseph Hall: From 3:00pm 
Diocesan Joint Memorial Mass, 14:00, Cathedral

11th (Sun)

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

  • Children's Mass at 10 a.m. (Japanese)
  • Celebration for Children ages 3, 5 & 7 (Shichi-Go-San) Mass at 3:30 p.m. (Main Chapel)

17th (Sat)


Follow-up course for those recently baptized and their sponsors at 2:00 p.m. (Japanese) in St. Joseph Hall  

18th (Sun)

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
  • International Mass sponsored by Japanese Group
  • Understand the Mass Talk in Japanese at 1:00 p.m. 
  • English-Speaking Group Meeting - Room 301-B at 1:45 PM (Main Building) 
*Myanmar Day
*World Day of Prayer for the Poor
*Bible Week, (Nov. 18-25)
*International Youth Gathering-Cathedral

23rd (Fri)


Church Retreat in Japanese 10:00 am~4pm:St. Joseph Hall 


24th (Sat)


Novena of Grace - St. Francis Xavier- 9 Days Prayer until December 2nd 


25th (Sun)

Feast of Christ the King

  • Church Activities Report Conference (Japanese).
  • Tagalog Confessions-Xavier Chapel:11:30am-2:30pm 
  • Advent Recollection-Kibe Hall: 2:00-3:45pm
  • Coffee Welcome Ministry: 1:45-2 p.m. at Teresia Hall.



“The Lord wants is to be saints and not settle for a bland and mediocre existence.” (Pope Francis)









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