The Global Pandemic Couldn’t Stop Them!

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It was June 26, 2020 when a good friend of mine and his lovely wife Camille tied the knot at the beautiful, thousand-year-old church of Saint Jerome in Morong, Rizal, Philippines. Religious ceremonies in the Philippines during the pandemic, including the Sacrament of Matrimony, are allowed but only limited number of family members can witness these occasions. Here are some photos taken during of the event.

Please join me in congratulating this new couple and wishing them all the best!

Photo by Jerson Eli at Taga-Rizal Update

P.S. Francel and I studied together at the The Sisters of Mary School in Cebu, Philippines. It’s a school that provides free education and spiritual direction to underprivileged children from almost all parts in the country and many parts of the world. See https://www.worldvillages.org/.

Let us serve Christ and the Church in all circumstances!

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