Tagalog (Filipino) Services, Texts & Prayers

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Tagalog (Filipino) Services, Texts & Prayers

Source:

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PHILIPPINE MISSION

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Typika

Orthodox Prayer Book

The Orthodox service of Matrimony in Tagalog

The Orthodox service of Baptism in Tagalog

Reading

What is the Orthodox Church? Ano ang Simbahang Orthodox?

Are you saved? Ikaw Ba’y Ligtas? (pdf) PDF

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Saint John Maximovitch in Philippines (+1966) – July 2

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Saint John Maximovitch in Philippines (+1966)

July 2

Source:

http://www.pravoslavie.ru/english/

http://www.pravoslavie.ru/english/54575.htm

ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY

With the coming of the Communists, the Russians in China were forced once again to flee, most of them through the Philippine Islands. In 1949 approximately 5,000 refugees from the Chinese mainland were living in an International Refugee Organization camp on the island of Tubabao in the Philippines. This island is located in the path of the seasonal typhoons which sweep through that part of the Pacific. During the 27-month period of the camp’ s occupancy, the island was threatened only once by a typhoon, and it changed course and bypassed the island.

When the fear of typhoons was mentioned by one Russian to the Filipinos, they replied that there was no reason to worry, because “your holy man blesses your camp from four directions every night.” They referred to Vladyka John; for no typhoon struck the island while he was there. After the camp had been almost totally evacuated and the people resettled elsewhere (mainly in the USA and Australia), it was struck by a terrible typhoon that totally destroyed the camp.

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Photos of St John Maximovitch in Philippines

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Saint John Maximovitch of Shanghai & San Francisco (+1966) – The Saint of Russia, Serbia, China, Philippines, Belgium, France, Spain, the Netherlands & USA – July 2

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Saint John Maximovitch

of Shanghai & San Francisco (+1966)

The Saint of Russia, Serbia, China, Philippines, Belgium, France,

Spain, the Netherlands & USA

July 2

Source:

http://www.pravoslavie.ru/english/

http://www.pravoslavie.ru/english/54575.htm

ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY

“Sanctity is not just a virtue. It is an attainment of such spiritual heights, that the abundance of God’s grace which fills the saint overflows on all who associate with him. Great is the saint’s state of bliss in which they dwell contemplating the Glory of God. Being filled with love for God and man, they are responsive to man’s needs, interceding before God and helping those who turn to them.”
Thus describing the ancient Saints, Vladyka John simultaneously summarized his own spiritual attitude which made him one of the greatest Saints of our time.

Childhood in Russia

Michael Maximovitch, the future Archbishop John, was born on June 4, 1896, in the village of Adamovka in the province of Kharkov in southern Russia. He was a member of the Little Russian noble family of Maximovitch, to which St. John of Tobolsk also had belonged. He received at baptism the name of Michael, his heavenly protector being the Archangel Michael. He was a sickly child and ate little.

He received his secondary education in the Poltava Military School, which he attended from 1907 to 1914. Upon completing military school he entered Kharkov Imperial University in the faculty of law, from which he graduated in 1918, before it was seized by the Soviets.

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Ο Άγιος Ιωάννης Μαξίμοβιτς στις Φιλιππίνες (+1966)

2 Ιουλίου

Με την έλευση των κομμουνιστών στην Κίνα το 1949, οι Ρώσοι πρόσφυγες, πέντε χιλιάδες τον αριθμό, εκτοπίστηκαν σε ένα νησί των Φιλιππίνων που το έπλητταν συχνά τυφώνες. Προστατευμένο όμως από τις προσευχές του ποιμένα του, το προσφυγικό στρατόπεδο έμεινε απρόσβλητο κατά τους είκοσι επτά μήνες της διαμονής τους εκεί. Λίγο μετά την αναχώρηση της πλειονότητας των προσφύγων, ένας τρομερός τυφώνας κατέστρεψε oλοσχερώς το στρατόπεδο.

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Φωτογραφίες του Αγίου Ιωάννη Μαξίμοβιτς στις Φιλιππίνες

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Άγιος Ιώάννης Μαξίμοβιτς Επίσκοπος Σαγγάης, Βρυξελλών & Σάν Φρανσίσκο – 2 Ιουλίου ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Ο Άγιος της Ρωσίας, Σερβίας, Κίνας, Φιλιππίνων, Γαλλίας, Βελγίου, Ισπανίας, Ολλανδίας & ΗΠΑ

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Άγιος Ιώάννης Μαξίμοβιτς

Επίσκοπος Σαγγάης, Βρυξελλών & Σάν Φρανσίσκο

2 Ιουλίου

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Ο Άγιος της Ρωσίας, Σερβίας,

Κίνας, Φιλιππίνων, Γαλλίας, Βελγίου, Ισπανίας,

Ολλανδίας & ΗΠΑ

Γεννημένος το 1896 στο χωριό Αδάμοβχα της επαρχίας Χάρκωφ, ο μακάριος ιεράρχης Ιωάννης ανήκε στην ευγενή οικογένεια των Μαξίμοβιτς. Βαπτίσθηκε με το όνομα Μιχαήλ, ολοκλήρωσε τη μέση εκπαίδευση στη στρατιωτική σχολή της Πολτάβας και εν συνεχεία σπούδασε Δίκαιο στο Πανεπιστήμιο του Χάρχωφ. Η επανάσταση και η κατάρρευση της Ρωσικής Αυτοκρατορίας που ακολούθησε, τον έπεισε για το πρόσκαιρο των επίγειων πραγμάτων, και το ανίσχυρο των ανθρώπινων δυνάμεων, οπότε και έλαβε την απόφαση να απαρνηθεί τη ματαιότητα του κόσμου για να αφιερωθεί ολοκληρωτικά στην υπηρεσία του Θεού. Κατά τον εμφύλιο πόλεμο (1921), η οικογένειά του κατέφυγε στο Βελιγράδι, όπου ολοκλήρωσε τις θεολογικές σπουδές του.

Εισήλθε στη Μονή του Μίλκοβο, όπου έζησε σε μια κοινότητα είκοσι Ρώσων και Σέρβων μοναχών, που τηρούσαν στην εντέλεια τις αρχές της μοναχικής πολιτείας. Το 1926 εκάρη μοναχός από τον μητροπολίτη Αντώνιο Κραποβίτσκυ (1863-1936), έναν από τους λαμπρότερους Ρώσους ιεράρχες, που είχαν κατορθώσει να γλιτώσουν από την επαναστατική θύελλα. Παίρνοντας το όνομα του αγίου συγγενή του Ιωάννη του Τομπόλσκ, oρίσθηκε σύντομα επιτηρητής και καθηγητής στο σερβικό ιεροδιδασκαλείο της Μπίτολα, όπου άσκησε μεγάλη επίδραση στους μαθητές του με την ασκητική βιοτή του και την πατρική φροντίδα του. Μετά την επιθεώρηση των κοιτώνων, περνούσε τη Continue reading “Άγιος Ιώάννης Μαξίμοβιτς Επίσκοπος Σαγγάης, Βρυξελλών & Σάν Φρανσίσκο – 2 Ιουλίου ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Ο Άγιος της Ρωσίας, Σερβίας, Κίνας, Φιλιππίνων, Γαλλίας, Βελγίου, Ισπανίας, Ολλανδίας & ΗΠΑ”

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ORTHODOX HEART

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Fr. Seraphim Bell, Scotland & USA:

“I became Orthodox for one reason: Obedience to the Truth”

The Orthodox Faith

Readings on The Church

The Nicene Creed – The Symbol of Faith of Orthodox Christians.
The Orthodox Church – the orthodox teaching, some contemporary questions, and more facts about how the Orthodox Churches are built.
I Believe…: A Short Exposition of Orthodox Doctrine
The Church is One – by Alexei Khomiakov, 1804–1860
Origin of the Orthodox Church
Finding the New Testament Church by Jon E. Braun
Beginning Orthodoxy – Part I | Part II
Where Is the True Church? Information on Churches and Sectarianism – Part I | Part II
Thoughts about the Kingdom of God, or the Church – by Bishop Alexander (Mileant)

On the Holy Scriptures

Where did the Bible come from?
About the Holy Bible – by Bishop Nathanael (Lvov, 1906-1985)
Understanding the Bible (Part 1)
Understanding the Bible (Part 9) – The Book of Revelation
How to Read the Bible – by Bishop Kallistos Ware
The Gospel Parables – by Bishop Alexander (Mileant)
The Old Testament in the New Testament Church – by Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
The Law of God: The Basics, Old Testament – by Archpriest Seraphim Slobodskoy
The Law of God: The New Testament – by Archpriest Seraphim Slobodskoy
The Law of God: On Faith, Life, Services – by Archpriest Seraphim Slobodskoy
The Sermon on the Mount
The Old Testament Regarding the Messiah
Sermon on the Mount – Matthew chapter 5-7 – by Blessed Theophilact

On Prayer, Worship, Holy Spirit

St. Seraphim of Sarov – On Acquisition of the Holy Spirit
Let us Learn to pray – advices given by Holy Theofan the Recluse
The Divine Services – by Archipriest Seraphim Slobodskoy
The Holy Spirit and His Varieties of Gifts – by Rev. George Mastrantonis
Prayers for Different Occasions

Church Saints & Fathers – lives and words of salvation

The Life and Teachings of Elder Siluan – by Bishop Alexander and Natalia Bufius
Selected Sermons of Saint John of Shanghai and San FranciscoPart I | Part II | Part III
Saint Nektarios of Egina (1846-1920)
Saint John of KronstadtPart I | Part II – by Bishop Alexander (Mileant)
A Spiritual Portrait of Saint John of Kronstadt – by Archimandrite Constantine (Zaitzev, 1888-1975)
St. Seraphim of Sarov – Life and Teachings
Elder Paisios the New of Mount Athos
Ambrose – Elder of Optina – by Bishop Alexander (Mileant), translated by Seraphim Larin
Articles by Fr. Seraphim Rose
The spiritual life in this world – excerpts from the sermons of Archbishop Sergious (Korolev) of Prague
The martyr of Christ Nun Heruvima – Petru Voda Monastery, Romania
Journey to HeavenPart I & II | Part III – by Saint Tikhon’s of Zadonsk
The Way into the Kingdom of Heaven – by Saint Innokenty Bishop of Alaska
Instructions of the Holy Fathers on Spiritual LifePart I | Part II | Part III – by Bishop Alexander (Mileant)

Various Orthodox Readings

Charismatic Revival As a Sign of the Times by Fr. Seraphim Rose
End of the World – an inside look at the end of the world and the Second Coming of Christ.
On the Law of God
A Comparison of the Mysticism of Francis of Assisi With That of St. Seraphim of Sarov
At the threshold of Fiery Gehenna – teachings of the Orthodox Church concerning Evil Spirits and God’s Judgment over Them.
From “Orthodoxy and the Religion of the Future” – by Seraphim Rose
Dogmas and Opinions – by Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
FAITH — Key to God’s Treasury – by Bishop Alexander (Mileant)
Apologetic Notes – Part I | Part II – by Archpresbyter Father Michael Pomazansky
Rock Music – from a Christian Viewpoint
The Temple of God — an island of Heaven on our sinful earth – by Bishop Alexander (Mileant)
Apologetic Sketches – by Bishop Alexander (Mileant)
The Great Feast Days of the Orthodox Church
Celibacy, Marriage or “free love”… — Which way to choose? – by Bishop Alexander (Mileant)
Conscience – God’s Voice In Mankind – by Bishop Alexander (Mileant)
Orthodox Psychotherapy – by Dr. Dmitri Aleksandrovici Avdeev
Talks about Faith – by Archbishop Nathanael (Lvov)

What’s Orthodoxy?

Origin of the Eastern Orthodox Church

The Orthodox Church began at Pentecost. It was founded by our Lord Jesus Christ, when after His Ascension, He sent down upon His Apostles the Holy Spirit who proceeds from God the Father as is written in the New Testament. The Orthodox Church of today can trace its history back to the New Testament Church in unbroken continuity. The Apostles, as per our Lord’s command, preached the Gospel of Jesus Christ and founded churches in Europe, Asia and Africa. Under the direction of the Apostles and their successors, whom they appointed to carry on their mission, the Orthodox Church began to thrive. At each city and town that the Apostles traveled they would appoint a bishop to continue to minister to the faithful, before leaving on their missionary journeys. As the Church grew, the bishops in turn had to appoint priests and deacons to help them with their flock.

The Orthodox Faith

Back to the First Church

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Finding the New Testament Church

Written by Jon E. Braun, Edited by Bishop Alexander Mileant

THERE IS A PREDICTABLY RELIABLE WAY to tackle the problem of who is right. Rather than trying to decide which of the over 2,500 Christian groups in North America keeps the original faith best by studying what they are like right now, we can start from the beginning of the Church itself and work our way through history to the present.

The birthday of the Church was Pentecost, the day the Holy Spirit descended on the twelve Apostles in the Upper Room. That day some 3,000 souls believed in Christ and were baptized. When the first Christian community began, “they continued steadfastly in the Apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread (Communion), and in prayers” (Act 2:42).

From Jerusalem, the faith in Christ spread throughout Judea, to Samaria (Acts 8), to Antioch and the Gentiles (Acts 13), where we find new converts and new churches throughout Asia Minor and other countries of the Roman Empire.

From the pages of the Epistles and the book of Acts, we learn that the Church was not simply another organization in Roman society. The Lord Jesus Christ had given the promise of the Holy Spirit “will guide you into all truth” (John 16:13). That promise was fulfilled at Pentecost, when the Church was given birth as an divine institution far above all earthly organizations. In Ephesians (Eph. 2:21) St. Paul called it “a holy temple of the Lord.” The Church was a dynamic organism, the living Body of Jesus Christ. She made an indelible impact in the world, and those who became part of her were inwardly renewed.

But we also discover in the New Testament itself that the Church had her share of problems. All was not perfection. Individuals in the Church sought to lead her off the path the Apostles established, and they had to be dealt with along with the errors they invented. Even whole local communities lapsed on occasion and had to be called to repentance. The Church in Laodicea is a vivid example (Revelation ch. 3). Discipline was administered for the sake of purity in the Church. But there was growth and a maturing even as the Church was attacked from within and without. The same Spirit who gave her birth gave her power to correct and purify her members. The Church grew and became strong until she eventually covered the whole of the Roman Empire.

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The Orthodox Faith

Written by Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko

The Orthodox Faith series is intended to provide basic, comprehensive information on the faith and life of the Orthodox Church. It consists of four volumes and is available for purchase from SVS Press.
Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko (1939–2015) was professor of dogmatic theology and served as dean of St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary. Alongside his numerous books and articles, Father Thomas was also renowned as a gifted speaker and homilist.


  • Volume I – Doctrine

    Volume 1 contains three sections: the sources of Christian Doctrine, the main doctrines of the Orthodox Church present by way of commentary on the Nicene Creed, and an explanation of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity.

  • Volume II – Worship

    Volume 2 contains 5 sections

  • Volume III – Bible and Church History

    Volume 3 contains one section on the contents and interpretation of the Bible, and one section on the history of the Church, emphasizing the main theological, liturgical and spiritual development of each century.

  • Volume IV – Spirituality

    Volume 4 deals with the main themes of Christian Life: prayer, fasting, repentance, the virtues, witness in the world, and communion with God.

Source:

http://oca.org/orthodoxy/the-orthodox-faith

ORTHODOX CHURCH IN AMERICA

9781878997326

These Truths We Hold

The Holy Orthodox Church: Her Life and Teachings

Source:

http://orthodoxyinamerica.org

http://orthodoxyinamerica.org/about_orthodoxy.html

ORTHODOXY IN AMERICA

The following articles on Orthodoxy are from the book, These Truths We Hold – The Holy Orthodox Church: Her Life and Teachings, published by and available from Saint Tikhon’s Seminary Press:

These Truths we hold – The Holy Orthodox Church: Her life & teachings

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PHILIPPINES OF MY HEART

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These Truths We Hold

The Holy Orthodox Church: Her Life and Teachings

Source:

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ORTHODOXY IN AMERICA

The following articles on Orthodoxy are from the book, These Truths We Hold – The Holy Orthodox Church: Her Life and Teachings, published by and available from Saint Tikhon’s Seminary Press:

Video – Philippines: Annunciation Orthodox Cathedral Church in Sucat Paranaque, Manila

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Philippines:

Annunciation Orthodox Cathedral Church

in Sucat Paranaque, Manila

Eastern Orthodox Parishes in Philippines – Find a Parish

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Find an Eastern Orthodox Parish in Philippines

Orthodox Mission of Philippines

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PHILIPPINE MISSION

Send email to Father Silouan or phone him.

https://philippine-mission.org/contact/

Email: silouan@gmail.com

Phone: +63 995 456 8317
We are 12 hours later than the US east coast, so 7pm Saturday night is 7am Sunday morning here.

Father Silouan Thompson
Lambino Village Street,
Santa Maria, Davao del Sur 8011
PHILIPPINES
0995 456 8317

Father Silouan Thompson
Lambino Village Street
Corner Colongan Road
Barangay Poblacion
Santa Maria, Davao del Sur 8011
PHILIPPINES
0995 456 8317

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ORTHODOX CHURCH IN MANILA:

Annunciation Orthodox Cathedral in Sucat Paranaque, Manila, Philippines
Sucat Paranaque Manila
36 Filipinas Avenue

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LUZON

Parishes:

Annunciation of the Theotokos Orthodox Cathedral
Address: 36 Filipinas Avenue, United Parañaque Subdivision, 1713 Parañaque, Metro Manila
Tel. & Fax: +63-220-829.3025
Rector: Rev. Fr. James Doronela
Tel: +63-918-991.3041
Email: james@aoc.ph
Assistant priest: Rev. Fr. Gregory Latoja
Tel: +63-917-871.3238
Email: gregory_latoja@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.aoc.ph
Facebook: Annunciation-Orthodox-Church-Ecumenical-Patriarchate-Manila-Philippines
Sunday Service: Matins: 8:30 am, Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom: 9:30 am

Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
Address: Sitio Sampaguita, 4030 San Antonio, Los Baños, Laguna
Rector: Very Rev. Fr. Philemon Castro
Tel: +63-908-429.2060
Email: frphilemonk@yahoo.com
Website: http://holytrinity.faithweb.com/a1_Holy-Trinity.html
Matins and Divine Liturgy every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at 8:00-11:30 A.M.

Holy Cross Orthodox Church
Address: 80 Valderama Street, 4019 Bagong Pag-Asa, Siniloan, Laguna
Rector: Very Rev. Fr. Philemon Castro
Tel: +63-908-429.2060
Email: frphilemonk@yahoo.com
Website: http://holytrinity.faithweb.com/a1_m-Holy-Cross.html
Matins and Divine Liturgy every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 8:00-11:30 A.M.

St. Eleftherios the Priest-Martyr Orthodox Church
Address: Burgos street, Balud der Norte, Gubat Sorsogon
Rector: Rev. Fr. Chrysostom Sarmiento
Address: 4710 Cogon, Gubat Sorsogon
Tel: +63-920-439.0437
Email: rhs_chrysostom@yahoo.com
Website: http://orthodoxyinbicol.blogspot.com/
Facebook: HolyMartyrSaintEleftheriosOrthodoxChurch
Youtube: orthodoxbicol
Missions:

St. Nicholas Orthodox Mission Center
Address: Phase 1, Block 98, Lot 12 Golden City Subdivision, 4026 Dila, Santa Rosa, Laguna
Rector: Very Rev. Fr. Philemon Castro
Tel: +63-908-429.2060
Email: frphilemonk@yahoo.com
Website: http://holytrinity.faithweb.com/a1_m-St-Nikolaos.html
Facebook: Bukas-Palad-Phil

Sts. Peter and Paul Orthodox Mission
Address: 349 Narra Street, 1300 Pasay City, Metro Manila
Rector: Very Rev. Fr. Philemon Castro
Tel: +63-908-429.2060
Email: frphilemonk@yahoo.com
Assistant priest: Rev. Fr. Gregory Latoja
Tel: +63-917-871.3238
Email: gregory_latoja@yahoo.com
Website: http://holytrinity.faithweb.com/a1_m-St-Eleftherios.html

Holy Theophany Orthodox Mission
Address: 4701 Del Rosario, Bacon, Sorsogon
Rector: Rev. Fr. Chrysostom Sarmiento
Tel: +63-920-439.0437
Email: rhs_chrysostom@yahoo.com
Website: http://orthodoxyinbicol.blogspot.com/
Youtube: orthodoxbicol
Chapels:

St. Nektarios Orthodox Chapel
Address: Blk 23 Lot 9a Violago Homes, Parkwoods 1119 Payatas, Quezon City
Monastic Communities:

Nativity of Theotokos Orthodox Monastery
Address: 5405 Bajada, Cataiñgan, Masbate
Abbess: Nun Theodoti
Tel: +63-929-351.0945
Email: orthodox.cataingan@gmail.com
Rector: Rev. Fr. George Daligdig
Tel: +63-947-301.9487
Facebook: Nativity-of-the-Theotokos-Orthodox-Monastery
Institutions:

Theotokos Orthodox Kindergarten
Address: 5405 Bajada, Cataiñgan, Masbate
Director: Mother Theodoti
Tel: +63-929-351.0945
Email: theokindercataingan@gmail.com
Facebook: TheotokosOrthodoxKindergarten
MINDANAO

Missions:

Theotokos Orthodox Mission Center
Address: 120 Dagohoy Street, Poblacion zone 5, 9512 Libertad, Surallah South Cotabato
Rector: Rev. Fr. Panharios Borreros
Tel: +63-916-543.3001
Email: theotokos_mission@yahoo.com

Holy Resurrection Orthodox Mission
Address: Poblacion, 9512 Lake Sebu, South Cotabato
Rector: Rev. Fr. Panharios Borreros
Tel: +63-916-543.3001
Email: theotokos_mission@yahoo.com

St. Isidore of Chios Orthodox Mission
Address: 8006 San Guillermo, Hagunoy, Davao Del Sur
Rector: Rev. Fr. Panharios Borreros
Tel: +63-916-543.3001
Email: theotokos_mission@yahoo.com
Sts. Andrew and James the Apostles Orthodox Mission
Address: 8008 Kisulan, Kiblawan, Davao Del Sur
Rector: Rev. Fr. Panharios Borreros
Tel: +63-916-543.3001
Email: theotokos_mission@yahoo.com

St. Nicholas Orthodox Mission
Address: 9506 Koronadal City South Cotabato
Originally under the canonical spiritual jurisdiction of the Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. On September 2011, after the suspension of it’s former Rector Fr. Kleopas Dackal, the community was led by him into the Old Calendar schism. The Holy and Sacred Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, during it’s regular monthly session held on Dec. 1, 2012, decided eventually to defrock Fr. Kleopas Daclan, according to decision with Prot. No: 1047/1-12-2012. Orthodox Christians in the Philippines are requested not to have any kind of communication with this schismatic community, until the problem is solved.

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Retired Clergy:

Very Rev. Fr. Vincentius Escarcha
Address: Theotokos Orthodox Monastery 5405 Bajada, Cataiñgan Masbate
Tel: +63-929-351.0945
Email: orthodox.cataingan@gmail.com

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PARISHES IN PHILIPPINES

The Missions in the PHILIPPINES

Vicar General:  Very Rev. Archpriest Yitzhak Pascualito D. Monsanto

Country telephone code +63

LUZON

 

CHURCH CHURCH ADDRESS PHONE PRIEST
(and Email )
STS PETER AND PAUL VICARIATE Lot 1, Block 2, Primavera Heights,

Sto. Cristo, City of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan,

Philippines 3023.

Phone:
029520942
024285342
Mobile:
09216496399
Very Rev. Fr Yitzhak (Pascualito D. Monsanto)
mailto:mshf_stfrancis@yahoo.com
THE PROTECTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY CHURCH No. 7 Banaba St., Pangarap, Caloocan City, 1426 Philippines Phone:
02794 8897
Mobile:
09193388786
Rev. Fr. Mikhael Yosef (Abundio J. Delim, Jr)
mailto:masterwenz@yahoo.com
ST MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL CHURCH Bagong Nayon 2, Padilla, Antipolo City, Philippines 02473 4075
Mobile: 09282240681
Rev. Fr. Gabriel Louie J. Delim
mailto:frgabriellouie@yahoo.com
ST. ANDREW HOUSE- CHURCH 151 San Salvador St,Pasig Greenpark Village, Manggahan, 1600 Pasig City 9467048114 Rev. Fr. Andrew
(Ricky Lim)mailto:fatherandrew@ymail.com
ST. JUSTIN CHURCH Sitio Rizza, Brgy. San Jose, Antipolo City, Philippines Mobile: 09079116559 Rev. Fr. Zurin Jerry
(Juanito A. Ellaga)
mailto:st.justin_philosopher@yahoo.com
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunrise Village, Brgy. San Juan,Taytay, Rizal, Philippines Mobile:09087856763 Rev. Fr. [Atty.] Paul (Reynaldo V. Ola-A)
mailto:reyola@yahoo.com
VISAYAS    
ST. THEOPHAN HOUSE- CHURCH Block 2 Lot 9 Phase 4, Kamagong St., Brgy. Monnwalk, Multinational Village, 1708 Paranaque City 2-8204857

9175265971

Rev. Fr. Konstantin
(Bernardino Lautillo)
mailto:dinolautillo@yahoo.com
MINDANAO    
ST. GEORGE CHURCH Km 7 Near Entrance Villa Park Subd.,  Brgy. Cabantian, Buhangin, Davao City 8000 Mobile:09216496399

09303552199

Rev. Fr. Eustaquio
( Felipe G. Lorejas)
mailto:vicaryitzhak@gmail.com
VANUATU    
  P.O.Box 2077

Port Villa, Vanuatu

  Bohn Robert

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