St. Paul University Philippines

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CHED Autonomous Institution;    Center of Excellence in Nursing;    Center of Excellence in Teacher Education;    Center of Development in Information Technology;    Delivering Higher Education Institution for Graduate Studies for the K-12 Transition Program;    The First ISO 9001 Certified Catholic University and Private University in Asia;    The First University in the Philippines recognized by the International Accreditation Organization (IAO);    The only University in the Philippines accredited by the Asian Association Schools of Business International (AASBI);    One of the twelve participating schools in the Philippines for ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme;    Outstanding Academic/Research Library by Philippine Association of Academic and Research Librarians, Inc.;    Center for Teacher Training Institution by the Department of Education;    Deputized institution of Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP);    One of only 16 Universities in the Philippines granted a Knowledge Development Center (KDC) by World Bank;    Most Outstanding Student Services Program in the Philippines;    Catholic Center for Culture by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines;    National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines;    UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPNet) Affiliate;    Most Environment-Friendly and Sustainable School in Region II by the Environmental Management Bureau;    Best Non-Government Organization (SPUP Community Development Center Foundation Inc.) by the Department of Social Welfare and Development;    Regional Arts Center by the Cultural Center of the Philippines;    Accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU);    Accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA);    Top Performing School and Producer of Board Topnotchers and Passers in Licensure Examinations;    Producer of Winners in various searches for Outstanding Students and Professionals;   

Paulinian Achievers

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Nurse Licensure Examination (June 2019)
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Physician Licensure Examination (2019)
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Medical Technoligist Licensure Examination (2019)

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CURTAINS CLOSE FOR PYW 2019, DELEGATES EMPOWERED BY PAULINIAN TOSP AWARDEES

(by: Krisarah A. Enriquez)

Caritas Christi urget nos!

Mr. Mark Anthony Baliuag, CPA, Ms. Pinny Elaine Cesar, RN and Dr. John Kit Masigan, all Paulinian TOSP awardees and former PSG officers of SPUP enriched the Paulinian Youth in Worship (PYW) event in its second and final day this August 11 through sharing their leadership insights and advocacies to their fellow Paulinians.

Mr. Baliuag, a member of Waste Watch Philippines, relayed that Paulinians must educate, engage, and empower people with their grounded principles and advocacies.

When asked about the hallmarks of a Paulinian in the outside world, Dr. Masigan said that Paulinians stand out due to their Christ-centeredness, the root for their traits of being simple, warm, active, and prayerful.

Furthermore, Ms. Cesar, being an advocate for community development through quality health care, mentioned that the advocacy made her appreciate life, prompting her to grab opportunities inclined in improving health care system.

Meanwhile, the Paulinian delegates celebrated the morning Mass at the St. Clare Monastery.

The 2-day event officially ended through a Eucharistic celebration in the Our Lady of Chartres chapel.


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"I AM GIFTED" BANNERS DAY 1 OF PAULINIAN YOUTH IN WORSHIP (PYW) 2019

(by: Krisarah A. Enriquez)

Caritas Christi urget nos!

Bearing one of the themes of the Year of the Youth “I am gifted!”, the PYW in its day 1 this August 10 consisted of activities and plenary sessions aligned with the celebration of Paulinian’s charism.

Fr. Fredel Go Agatep, Rector of Basilica of Our Lady of Piat, enlightened the delegates with the relevance of the Emmaus Experience to their walk of faith as gifted Paulinian youths.

“Like the two disciples, we also walk through our own respective life journey. Like them, we have our own worries in life. But the good thing is that Jesus walks with us,” remarked Fr. Agatep

He also highlighted that like the two disciples, Jesus enlightens and inspires people’s hearts which enables them to share the Good News from their personal encounter with Christ.

In the afternoon session, Fr. Kristian Noel Sibbaluca, Parish Priest of St. Vincent Ferrer Parish, stressed the importance of sharing one’s gifts by means of talents, time, and treasure in response to God’s unconditional love and the needs of the community.

“You have the means: talents, time, and treasure which are worth sharing with others,” said Fr. Sibbaluca.

A night of worship also summoned all delegates for the praise feast and testimonial sharing of selected religious persons and youths.

Meanwhile, the first day of PYW commenced with the Paulinian Footprints, a retracing of the SPUP History through a procession from SPUP to St. Peter’s Metropolitan Cathedral.


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LUZONWIDE PAULINIANS FLOCK SPUP IN FIRST-EVER PAULINIAN YOUTH IN WORSHIP (PYW) 2019

(by: Krisarah A. Enriquez)

Caritas Christi urget nos!

St. Paul University Philippines (SPUP) welcomed Paulinian delegates from different SPC institutions in Luzon for the celebration of Paulinian Youth in Worship (PYW), a two-day event of the SPC Congregation which commenced this August 9, 2019.

The day 0, themed as “I am Loved,” started with the grand entrance of the delegates in the University gymnasium, followed by the orientation proper.

During the opening ceremonies, Sr. Merceditas O. Ang, SPC, SPUP President, assured the delegates that they are welcome in the university. Furthermore, she emphasized that the PYW is an opportunity for spiritual reflection and sharing of one’s giftedness.

“This activity is a means for celebrating God’s love, goodness, and fidelity. It is an opportunity to reflect and nurture our talents to be used for God’s glory,” remarked Sister Merceditas.

Proceeding the orientation program was the Lucernarium with Vespers bannering 1 Corinthians 13:1-13 and a Eucharistic celebration in the Our Lady of Chartres Chapel.

As part of welcoming the participants, cultural presentations led by SPUP students entertained them during the dinner.

In celebration of the 115 th year of the SPC Congregation in the Philippines and the Year of the Youth, the first-ever PYW aims to trace the SPC history in the Philippines and to empower Paulinians through praise and worship, commitment to environment, and Paulinian footprints.


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TAIWAN’S CJCU OFFICIAL EXPLORES MORE PARTNERSHIPS WITH SPUP

(by: Dr. Concepcion Doyugan)

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Dr. Yu-Su Lan, (Dean, Department of Translation and Interpretation) of Chang Jung Christian University (CJCU), Taiwan visited St. Paul University Philippines on July 30-August 2, 2019. She accompanied her three students who will undergo internship at SPUP for one month starting from August 1 to August 31, 2019. They will be teaching Mandarin at the Intercultural Institute for Languages.

Dr. Lan paid courtesy visits to Dr. Inicia Bansig, (Dean, Graduate School); Dr. Agripina Maribbay, (Vice President for Academics); and to Sister Merceditas Ang, SPC, (University President) where they discussed possible additional collaboration between CJCU and SPUP. Among other partnerships discussed were collaborative researches, future trainings of faculty and additional joint venture with the other departments of both universities.


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TOSP-CaValYEROS HONORS 3 SPUP STUDENT LEADERS

(by: Ms. Alma Quinagoran)

Caritas Christi urget nos!

Three of the Paulinian finalists had recently been inducted as awardees of the Regional Search for the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP) last July 30, 2019 at the Amphitheatre of Isabela State University?Echague Campus.

Linus Janvier Pagulayan (BS-Accountancy) was formerly the President of the university-wide Paulinian Student Government; Allaine Jonel Azada (BS-Medical Technology) was formerly the Editor-in-Chief of The Paulinian; and Janesis RR Buena (BS-Social Work) was formerly the President of the Paulinian Volunteers for Community Development.

The finalists underwent a formation program from July 27-29 at Nueva Vizcaya State University-Bayombong prior to interview, judging and awarding ceremonies.

TOSP is an awards program that recognizes role models of the country who have personified academic excellence, exemplary leadership and deep sense of social responsibility, all anchored on good moral values.


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