(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.