Monday, April 6, 2015

CONGRATULATIONS to the 2015 RECIPIENTS of the Archdiocese of Boston's Office for Lifelong Faith Formation and Parish Support.

Congratulations to the following individuals who were nominated and will receive the Recognitions Award from the Office for Lifelong Faith Formation and Parish Support of the Archdiocese of Boston.


1.     PATRICIA CANDEDO SOMERA – "St. Dominic Savio Award" 

The "St. Dominic Savio Award", an Archdiocesan Award is presented to a middle school youth who is a witness to their faith in the Lord Jesus by their commitment to serving the needs of their parish and/or school.  Following the example of St. Dominic Savio, these young people live lives formed by Christian values and stand out among their peers as leaders.  Dom Savio, a student of St. Don Bosco was a very reverent and prayerful youth.  His life was dedicated to doing small things for the glory of God:  "I can't do big things, but I want everything to be for the glory of God." 

2.     BERNARD AWATIN – The Discipleship Award

3.     LORENZO BARTOLOME - The Discipleship Award

The Discipleship Award is a Parish/School award presented to youth who respond to the call to discipleship through their witness.  These young people minister to the needs of others bringing Christ's message of discipleship to all.

4.     GINA MUYUELA – The Light of the World Award

5.     ASUNCION LUCERO – The Light of the World Award

The Light of the World is a National Federation of Catholic Youth Ministers (NFCYM) award presented to express appreciation and gratitude to adults who have demonstrated a commitment to young people and youth ministry as reflected in "Renewing the Vision".


The award presentation will take place at the Faith Formation of Youth and Young Adults (FFYYA) Awards Banquet to be held on April 29, 2015 at Lombardo's in Randolph.  Knowing that family and friends may want to celebrate this special event with our awardees, please contact the awardee or parents for the Awards Banquet Reservation.  Please be reminded that the Banquet is not a free event. 


We honor and recognize our Awardees and celebrate the great things God is doing in and through the youth and young adults of the Filipino Apostolate community and the Archdiocese of Boston, and to those who serve them. 

Again, thank you and CONGRATULATIONS to the FFYYA Awardees.  God bless you always!

take care & God bless,

Teng Chiefe

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