IEC Monstrance

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IEC Monstrance (Photo by Ador Vincent S. Mayol)

IEC Monstrance (Photo by Ador Vincent S. Mayol)

The custom-made monstrance that will be used at the Eucharistic Procession during the 51st International Eucharistic Congress in Cebu City on January 24-31, 2016 is shown to the media by Msgr. Marnel Media, chairperson of the IEC Procession Committee. This monstrance which stands 4 feet and weigns 45 kilos will be blessed by Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma during the mass that precedes the opening of the Holy Door of the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral on December 13, 2015. This sacred receptacle is studded with malungay leaves, pearls and sampaguita accents instead of the usual grapes or wheat. (CBCP News)

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  1. Napakaganda ng naisip na disenyo ngpapakita ito ng mga kahanga hangang mga bagay at talentong meron tayo bilang isang Pilipino. Ang pagiging iba nito sa naunang disenyo ay nagpapatunay lamang na napamalikhain at kakaiba ang Pilipino saan mang larangan. Ang simbolo nawang ito ay maging daan hindi lamang sa pagkakaisa kundi lalo’t higit pa ang malalim na pananampalataya sa tunay na dahilan ng programang ito si Hesus ang walang hangang awaat tunay na manifesto ng pagmamahal sa atin ng Diyos. Deo Gratias!

    Eduard III
    January 4, 2016 at 5:52 am
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