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Six Filipinos consecrate their lives as Marist brothers

02/06/2004: Philippines

The Marist Philippine Province is happy to announce that on May 20, 2004, the 215th anniversary of our Founder’s birth, six young Brothers dared to say their YES to God through the profession of the religious vows. Brothers Elmer Jandic, 28, and Niño Pizarro, 26 pronounced their perpetual profession while the other four, Brothers Ramil Andoloy, 21, Jeff Rhey Antiquisa, 20, Albert Muñoz, 21, and Niño Mark John Suarez, 20, had their first profession of vows during the same Eucharistic celebration. The momentous event took place in the school gym at Notre Dame of Cotabato, the first school that the Brothers owned and managed in the country.

Meanwhile, on May 17, 2004 four young men had their habit-taking ceremony at the Marist Brothers Novitiate in Tamontaka, just outside the same city. The following day, May 18, sixteen young men were officially admitted to the pre-novitiate program in Lagao, General Santos City.

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