Quezon City. Fr. Josep Ma. Abella, CMF, General Superior of the congregation spent an evening with scholastics and formators last Thursday, September 11, 2014 at the San Antonio Ma. Claret Theology House expressing his expectations to the communities of Claretians.
The Claretian scholastics went through varieties of exposure during the summer of 2014. Each year level had different nature of summer apostolate from the program prepared by the prefect of students Fr. Amador Tumbaga, CMF. The first year
Quezon City – San Antonio Maria Claret Theology community here has been aiding all possible help for the victims of the recent Supertyphoon “Yolanda” that struck central Philippines particularly Leyte last November 8, 2013. Through Maryhil School of Theology (MST),
Quezon City – Twenty-five scholastics were installed into the Minor orders of Lector and Acolyte here at San Antonio Maria Claret Theology House, Wednesday, September 18, 2013. Sixteen of the scholastics were instituted in the ministry of Lector: Schs. Jacob
Seeing the tens of thousands protesters from wearing pig masks, singing a “pork barrel” song compositions, rendering an outraged rap, chanting a slogan, dancing expressively, reading a poem, and painting different expressions, the Claret Theology community joined the Million People
Claret Seminary, Quezon City. Seminarians from Claret College Seminary, Postulancy, and San Antonio Maria Claret Theology House together with the members of the different communities of the north gathered together, Monday, at the Rafael Briega, CMF Auditorium to celebrate the
March 17, 2012 at around 9:00 a.m., the Claret Formation Center along Tandang Sora Ave was renamed and rededicated. Now it is called the San Antonio Maria Claret Theology House. In the mid 70’s this house was piled brick by
Theology House. In response to the threat to the environment and the aytas in porc, pampanga, the San Antonio Maria Claret Theology house, the prefecture of Spirituality, and in coordination with the Stewards of Creation, National Church People’s Network for
Theology House. After four year of theological studies, Bro. Anthony Carreon, CMF, ended his academic journey. He finally reaped the fruits of his harvest in a thanksgiving mass held last March 12 at the Maryhill School of Theology.
One more Claretian scholastic, Mauricio T. Ulep, CMF, joined other graduates at Loyola School of Theology, Ateneo de Manila University on March 17, 2004 for the graduation rites. A baccalaureate mass was offered for the graduates at the Ignatius Oratory