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Support Group for Filipino Seminarians USA
SERVING THOSE WHO WILL SERVE
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Rev. Albert Miranda
Diocese of Tuczon, AZ
Rev. Santos Castillo
Rev. Leo Salvania
Support Group for Filipino Seminarians USA
We continue to serve as spiritual support to the priests that have journeyed with us into their ordination.  We believe that more than ever, these priests need our prayers and moral support.  They have also become our allies in continuing the ministry that we have shared with them, and for this we give glory to God!  What a blessing to be part of the story of their vocations, and priesthood! 
Diocese of Joliet, IL
Diocese of Metuchen, New Jersey
Rev. Paul Aquino, SVD
Divine Word Missions
Rev. Cesar Pajarillo
Rev. Ricky Ordonez
Diocese of Rockford, IL
Diocese of Tuczon, AZ
 OUR BELOVED PRIESTS

 Rev. Ariel Valencia (2003) - Rockford, IL
 Rev. Joel Lopez (2003) - Rockford, IL
 Rev. Cesar Pajarillo (2003) - Rockford, IL
 Rev. Santos Castillo (2004) - Joliet, IL
 Rev. Noel Reyes (2006) - Chicago, IL
 Rev. Virgilio Tabo Jr. (2006) - Davenport, IA
 Rev. Ricky Ordonez (2008) - Tuczon, AZ
 Rev. Joseph Sia (2008) - Davenport, IA
 Rev. Leopoldo Salvania (2010) - Metuchen, NJ
 Rev. Reynante Alcantara (2011) - Claretian Missionaries
 ​Rev. Ramonito Celestial (2012) - Tuczon, AZ
 Rev. Albert Miranda (2014) - Tuczon, AZ
 Rev. Matthew Jamesson (2014) - Chicago, IL
 Rev. Gerard Alba (2014) - Kansas City, KS
 Rev. Ervin Pio Caliente (2015) - Rockford, IL
 Rev. Tetzel Umingli (2016) - Portland, OR
 Rev. Paul Aquino (2016) - Divine Word Missionaries USA
Rev. Irvin Pio Caliente
Diocese of Rockford, IL
PRAYER FOR PRIESTS

Lord Jesus, we your people pray to You for our priests. You have given them to us for OUR needs. We pray for them in THEIR needs.  We know that You have made them priests in the likeness of your own priesthood. You have consecrated them, set them aside, annointed them, filled them with the Holy Spirit, appointed them to teach, to preach, to minister, to console, to forgive, and to feed us with Your Body and Blood.

Yet we know, too, that they are one with us and share our human weaknesses. We know too that they are tempted to sin and discouragement as are we, needing to be ministered to, as do we, to be consoled and forgiven, as do we. Indeed, we thank You for choosing them from among us, so that they understand us as we understand them, suffer with us and rejoice with us, worry with us and trust with us, share our beings, our lives, our faith.

We ask that You give them this day the gift You gave Your chosen ones on the way to Emmaus: Your presence in their hearts, Your holiness in their souls, Your joy in their spirits. And let them see You face to face in the breaking of the Eucharistic bread.

We pray to You, O Lord, through Mary the mother of all priests, for Your priests and for ours. Amen.
Rev. Noel Reyes
Archdiocese of Chicago