KAKATHA NEWS EVENTS 2013
Dated: July 15, 2013
|Si Rdo. Msgr. Ranilo Santos Trillana (Sta. Monica)|
kasama ang Lubhang Kgg. Jose F. Oliveros, D.D.,
Obispo ng Malolos.
GUIGUINTO, BULACAN - Two Hagonoeño priests in the Diocese of Malolos have been recently appointed by the Most Rev. Jose F. Oliveros, D.D., bishop of the Diocese with the nomination of the diocesan clergy to top positions in the diocesan curia. Rev. Msgr. Ranilo Santos Trillana, P.C. (Sta. Monica) and Rev. Fr. Elmer Roque Ignacio (Tampok) have been respectfully nominated and appointed as Chairman of the Commission on the Social Security and Welfare of the Clergy (CSWC) and the Commission on Temporal Goods (CTG).
Msgr. Trillana who is serving as the Episcopal Vicar for the Southern District of the Diocese has been a priest of the Diocese of Malolos for about 28 years. He is currently serving as the Parish Priest of Sto. Cristo in Marulas, Valenzuela City and formerly in Risen Lord Parish in Viente Reales also in that same city. He is to replace Rev. Msgr. Jose Antonio Galvez, H.P., Episcopal Vicar of the Eastern District and Parish Priest of Immaculate Conception Parish in Sta. Maria, Bulacan. Before Msgr. Galvez, another Hagonoeño priest was in charge of this commission then known as the Commission on Healthcare, Rev. Fr. Josefino Sarmiento Sebastian (San Sebastian) who is currently Parish Priest of St. Martin of Tours Parish in Bocaue, Bulacan. As head of this commission, he shall take care of the financial assistance for retired and semi-retired priests in the Diocese.
Fr. Ignacio on the other hand has been a priest of the Diocese of Malolos for 23 years. He is currently the Parish Priest of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish in Pulong Buhangin, Sta. Maria, Bulacan. He also serves as the President of the Malolos Bulacan Resources Corporation (MBRC), a corporation under the Diocese that manages the different properties of the Diocese. He is to replace Rev. Msgr. Mario Arenas, P.C. who is currently Parish Priest and Rector of the National Shrine of the Divine Mercy in Sta. Rosa I, Marilao, Bulacan. As head of this commission, he shall take care of the material goods and assets of the Diocese, including those in auditing, accounting and other related matters.
Their appointment shall take effect on November 2013 in line with the reshuffle of the priests in the Diocese of Malolos brought about by the conclusion of the Second Synod of Malolos held last April of this year. KAKATHA News Admin