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WESCOM Chief Joins Family Rosary Crusade

Published: Thursday, 12 September 2013

Camp Gen. Artemio Ricarte, Puerto Princesa City – The Commander, Western Command,  Lt. Gen. Rustico O. Guerrero will lead the military and law enforcement agencies as he chairs the safety and security committee of the Holy Trinity University Family Rosary Crusade (HTU-FRC), which will be celebrating its silver jubilee in a nine-day prayer vigil to the Blessed Mother, Our Lady of the Rosary of La Naval.


Starting on September 26, the Family Rosary Crusade intends to help, guide and provide inspiration for its entire membership to help spread the message of the Blessed Virgin Mary on the importance of family prayer, especially the Most Holy Rosary, in protecting families and binding them together. 

Aside from his sterling military career, Guerrero also advocates the preservation of families and Christian values. 

In this year’s gathering, the Archbishop of Puerto Princesa, His Eminence Pedro D. Arigo, DD, will serve as the main celebrant on the Holy Eucharist on the feast day, Oct. 5, on the chosen theme, “Believe, Live, and Lead the Faith like Mary.” 

"For 25 years, Family Rosary Crusade, through the sponsorship and support of the Holy Trinity University and the Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral Parish, continues the mission of expressing gratitude to Blessed Mother Mary for all the love and care she shared with us in our pilgrimage of faith," said order of preachers Sr. Josmarie Salamania, overall chairperson of the 25th FRC.

Salamania said that on Sept. 26, 27, 30 through Oct. 4, rosary every 4pm will be at the HTU San Lorenzo Ruiz audi-gym; and at the Immaculate Concepcion Parish on Sept. 28 at 4pm and Sept. 29 at 2pm.

"We are personally inviting you to be one with us in the evangelizing mission of the church. Together, let us pray for our families against the subtle attack to family and life, and to be one with those who are working for peace, unity and justice in our country and the whole world," she said. ––END 

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