Friday, November 30, 2007

It Just Keeps Getting Better

UPDATE: Date and Venue Changed.

Friends, lets us support Kenosis in their own benefit concert for the Home Office, appropriately titled "For All You've Done", to be held at 8PM on Dec. 19, 2007 at Pearl Hall, SEAMEO-Innotech, Commonwealth Ave., Quezon City. It is sure to be a fun filled evening full of God, music, praise, and best of all brotherhood (and sisterhood of course!).




This is also a reminder that A Time To Dance is only a couple of days away! I personally can't wait until we can all dance together in an awe inspiring show of Love and Unity.

See you ALL there!


10 comments:

acc wc said...

The Kenosis benefit concert for the Home Office, appropriately titled "For All You've Done", has been moved to Dec 19, 2007 7PM and it will be held at the SEAMEO INNOTECH Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology along Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City in order to have a better acoustic for the beautiful music of the Kenosis Band of West C.

neokidntown said...

The Kenosis benefit concert for the Home Office, appropriately titled "For All You've Done", has been moved to Dec 19, 2007 and it will be held at the INNOTECH Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology along Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City in order to have a better acoustic for the beautiful music of the Kenosis Band of West C.

Anonymous said...

Please see the article of Billy Esposo's article "As I wreck my chair" today, December 2, 2007 about the Pharisees.

2 of us from Singapore said...

We just attended a concert at the St. Theresa's church in Singapore, which featured the Tatalon Performing Arts Choir (from SIGA and SAGIP kids trained for 4-6 months) for the benefit of Tatalon Singapore GK. The 27 kids (ages 7-20) were sponsored by individual Singaporean families - who have welcomed these children into their homes. This enterprise was spearheaded by a Singaporean Catholic, Aileen Ong, who was touched by GK. Local choirs from the Church of the Holy Spirit, St. Anthony's and other local talent participated. It ended with a song "We are One".

Great experience! A great witnessing of love of neighbor. We left - proud to be Filipinos, and CFC members.

roundeyedtoddler said...

Billy Esposo's article indeed warms our hearts. Thanks Mr. Anonymous for pointing out this article.

To those who are curious about it, please click this link.


Tony Meloto 'speaks out' against his detractors

AS I WRECK THIS CHAIR By William M. Esposo
The Philippine Star 2007-12-02

This statement strikes me the most:

We cannot talk about nation building without touching on religion since more than 80% of Filipinos are Catholics and their control and influence in the country is almost absolute.

I heard Tony Meloto say this twice already. He still says it, and I agree with him. Catholics have a great responsibility to move this country forward.

The Round-Eyed Toddler

neokid on cajun said...

CD!

We are inviting you to be with us in thanking the good Lord on Dec19.

one problem though, how to personally send the invitation... and you personally accept... hohoho

Keep the spirit, CFC! said...

Watch for it!

FFL writers will have a comment on the article of Esposo, the one about TMeloto 'striking back' at his detractors.

One thing I observe.

People outside of the CFC community love the work that we do for the poor, through our Pillar - GAWAD KALINGA!

And they help GK in its nation-building effort even if they know (it was never hidden from them no matter what FFL says to the contrary!) that the moving force behind GK is really CFC.

Yet, our ex-brothers, who similarly profess to be doing the work of God, criticize every small 'defect' that they think is so material to the effort and has tainted our work, saying that we miss out on the spirituality of what we do.

Their claim is that in GK, we've put so much secularism in it that they also jump to the conclusion that we are nothing but an NGO!

All of a sudden they become judges of our spirituality.

I think these are all the results of the charges that their resigned leader calls on us.

But let me stop.... for really after the event of the Dec 02, "... A Time to Dance" party, why should I even bother of what they think, what they charge, what they write about, what event they conduct near Ultra on that same day...such things they do..to copy in order to appear everything is well with them!

Jun D said...

To Mike and our brothers/sisters with West C and the Kenosis Band:

North B brethren will miss your performance tonight.

We can't go because our Cluster Head Semy Dimalibot, died this morning.

Please offer prayers. Thank you.

neokid in gratitude said...

Tito Jun!

We miss you and the rest of North B last night. I am sure you were with us in spirit. Thank you for the support.

We will pray for Semy Dimalibot!

For those who attended last night, seeing you all were enough to fill us up.

And the cup overflowed, all for God's glory!


mike santos


I'll wait for West C's official account of last night's offering from the brethren...

neokid ecstatic said...

i have not heard from the leaders of West C the official account of the money raised, but someone told me it's well over Php250,000.00 (still unofficial).

you see i am ecstatic cause the brethren from West C is not yet over and done with in giving.

this morning, West C elders and leaders attended 4:30am Simbang Gabi at Our Lady of Consolation Parish (Recoletos). Kenosis was choir. the church was filled with the faithful.

After the Holy Mass, the faithful were treated to a breakfast c/o West C brethren. I saw the priests, the lay ministers, the dear OLCP parish priest, the commentators, the seminarians, collectors, people from all walks of life, young ones, young once, altogether having breakfast. Pasko na talaga!

Really, It just keeps getting better!!

mike-rea santos