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Roman Catholic Diocese of Cubao

Diocese of Cubao
Dioecesis Cubaoensis
Diyosesis ng Cubao
Civitas Supra Montem Posita
("A City Set on a Hill")
Location
Country  Philippines
Territory Quezon City - District 1
Quezon City - District 3
Quezon City - District 4
Ecclesiastical province Manila
Metropolitan Manila
Statistics
Area 76 km2 (29 sq mi)
Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2006)
1,297,041
1,142,044 (88%)
Parishes 46 (44 full-fledged parishes, 2 quasi-parishes)
Information
Denomination Roman Catholic
Sui iuris church Latin Church
Rite Roman Rite
Established 28 June 2003
Cathedral Immaculate Conception Cathedral of Cubao
Patron saint Immaculate Conception
Current leadership
Pope Francis
Bishop Honesto F. Ongtioco
Metropolitan Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle
Vicar General Daniel B. Sta. Maria
Website
Website of the Diocese

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Cubao (Latin: Dioecesis Cubaoensis) is a Roman Rite diocese of the Latin Church of the Catholic Church in the Philippines. The diocese was created by Pope John Paul II on June 28, 2003 by virtue of Papal Bull Quo Satius Provideretur,[1] and was canonically erected on August 28, 2003, Feast of Saint Augustine, from the Archdiocese of Manila. The diocese previously existed as the Ecclesiastical District of Quezon-City South (renamed the district of Cubao in 2002).

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Contents

  • Territorial Jurisdiction 1
  • History 2
  • Ordinaries 3
  • Diocesan Curia and Ministry Heads 4
  • Churches 5
  • Arms 6
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • Sources and References 9

Territorial Jurisdiction

The diocese comprises the southern part of Quezon City, starting from Tandang Sora Avenue and Mactan Street leading throughout the south of the city. particularly the three (3) legislative districts of the city in the south: District 1 (all barangays), District 3 (except Barangays Camp Aguinaldo, Matandang Balara and Mary, Queen of Peace Shrine in Brgy. Ugong Norte along EDSA-Ortigas), and District 4 (except the lower part of Barangay Bagong Lipunan ng Crame), with some barangays from District 6, namely Barangay Sangandaan, Baesa, Apolonio Samson, Unang Sigaw, Balon-bato (or Balumbato), New Era, and Culiat (only southern portion across Tandang Sora Avenue).

Camp Aguinaldo and the portion of Crame south of Bonny Serrano Avenue, with Veterans Memorial Medical Center along North Avenue, Project 6, are under the jurisdiction of the Military Ordinariate of the Philippines, whereas Mary, Queen of Peace Shrine[2] along EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue, Barangay Ugong Norte belongs to the Archdiocese of Manila.

History [3]

February 6, 1579 Pope Gregory XIII established the Diocese of Manila, a suffragan of Mexico.

August 14, 1595 Pope Clement VIII raised the Diocese of Manila to the rank of an Archdiocese. At the same time, three new dioceses were established as suffragan sees of Manila, namely: Nueva Caceres comprising Southern Luzon and the whole Bicol Peninsula (present-day Archdiocese of Caceres); Nueva Segovia comprising all of Northern Luzon from Batanes down to Pangasinan and Tarlac, up to the boundaries of Nueva Vizcaya; and Cebu comprising the Visayan Islands and Mindanao. The Archdiocese of Manila was composed of the provinces of Bulacan, Pampanga, Bataan, Rizal, Cavite, Batangas, Quezon, Mindoro, Zambales and Nueva Ecija.

April 10, 1910 The Diocese of Lipa (Batangas) was established.

May 19, 1928 The Diocese of Lingayen was established (present-day Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan).

December 11, 1948 The Diocese of San Fernando (Pampanga) was established.

November 25, 1961 The Diocese of Imus was established, comprising the civil province of Cavite, along with the Diocese of Malolos, which comprises the civil province of Bulacan. The Archdiocese of Manila comprised Manila, Quezon City, Pasay, Caloocan, and the Province of Rizal.

Quezon City at that time consisted of eleven parishes:

  • Our Lady of Ransom (established in 1856, presently Our Lady of Mercy Parish-Shrine in Novaliches)
  • San Pedro Bautista (established on November 11, 1932)
  • Sacred Heart (established October 3, 1941)
  • Our Lady of Lourdes (established March 21, 1942)
  • Immaculate Conception in Cubao (established on July 15, 1950)
  • Holy Family in Roxas (established on September 16, 1953)
  • Most Holy Redeemer in Brixton Hills (established on September 20, 1954)
  • Saint Joseph (established on November 23, 1951)
  • Santa Rita de Cascia (established on May 31, 1957)
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Project 6 (established August 3, 1961)
  • Christ the King in Project 7 (established on August 3, 1961)

1962-1974 Seven parishes in Quezon City were established:

  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Cubao (September 12, 1964)
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Project 8 (August 7, 1965)
  • Our Lady of Hope in Pag-asa (March 19, 1966)
  • Santo Niño in Bagobantay (April 22, 1967)
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary in UP Village (July 29, 1969)
  • Santo Domingo (February 23, 1972 * which was then a national shrine in existence)
  • Our Lady of Fatima in Cordillera-Galas (May 21, 1974)

December 3, 1974 Quezon City was divided into 4 vicariates: Sta. Rita, Holy Family, St. Joseph and Sto. Niño.

  • Sta. Rita - consisted of the parishes of Sta. Rita, Sto. Domingo, San Pedro Bautista, Christ the King and Our Lady of Lourdes.
  • Holy Family - consisted of the parishes of Holy Family, Fatima, Holy Redeemer, Immaculate Conception and Sacred Heart.
  • St. Joseph - consisted of the parishes of St. Joseph, Immaculate Heart of Mary, and Our Lady of Perpetual Help.
  • Sto. Niño - consisted of the parishes of Sto. Niño, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Our Lady of Hope, and Our Lady of Ransom (Novaliches)

1975-1982 Twenty more parishes were established:

  • Resurrection of Our Lord in Paltok (January 15, 1975)
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel in New Manila (February 17, 1975)
  • San Nicolas de Tolentino near Congressional Avenue (April 30, 1975)
  • Good Shepherd in Fairview (August 5, 1975)
  • Santa Perpetua in Manresa (December 22, 1975)
  • Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal in Project 4 (September 4, 1976)
  • Holy Sacrifice in UP Diliman (May 30, 1977)
  • Santa Teresita in Sta. Mesa Heights (August 23, 1977)
  • Ascension of Our Lord in Lagro (October 24, 1977)
  • Resurrection of Our Lord in Bagbag, Novaliches (November 15, 1978)
  • Saint Paul the Apostle near Timog Avenue (September 21, 1979)
  • Christ the King in Greenmeadows (November 21, 1979)
  • Holy Spirit in BF Homes, Commonwealth (May 13, 1980)
  • Holy Family in Kamias (November 21, 1980)
  • Santa Maria Della Strada near Katipunan Avenue (January 9, 1981)
  • Transfiguration of Our Lord in Murphy, Cubao (July 29, 1981)
  • Banal na Sakramento in Talipapa, Novaliches (December 31, 1981)
  • Holy Trinity in Capitol (December 11, 1982)
  • Nativity of the Lord along Ermin Garcia Avenue, Cubao (December 11, 1982)
  • Holy Cross in Novaliches (December 28, 1982)

Between 1981-1983 The Vicariate of the Good Shepherd was established.

January 25, 1983 The Diocese of Antipolo (Rizal Province) was established.

March 24, 1983 The Vicariate of St. Joseph was divided and the new Vicariate of Our Lady of Perpetual Help was created.

  • St. Joseph - consisted of the parishes of St. Joseph, Sta. Maria della Strada, Holy Sacrifice, Immaculate Heart of Mary and Holy Family (Kamias).
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help - consisted of the parishes of Our Lady of Perpetual help, Christ the King, Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, Transfiguration of the Lord and the Nativity of the Lord.

1985-1986 Eight parishes were established:

  • Santa Lucia in Novaliches (August 1, 1985)
  • Santo Niño in Bagong Silang, Kalookan (February 22, 1986)
  • Our Father in Sauyo (June 19, 1986)
  • San Bartolome in Novaliches (June 19, 1986)
  • San Antonio de Padua near Frisco and Muñoz (August 4, 1986)
  • Ina ng Buhay in Damong Maliit, Novaliches (September 10, 1986)
  • Our Lady of the Holy Rosary in Tala, Kalookan (December 15, 1986)
  • Our Lady of Consolation in Tandang Sora (December 19, 1986)

August 10, 1987 The District of Quezon City was divided into two: Quezon City-North and Quezon City-South.

  • Quezon City-North comprised the Vicariates of Good Shepherd, Our Lady of Mercy, Ascension and St. Joseph.
  • Quezon City-South comprises the Vicariates of Sta. Rita, Holy Family, Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Sto. Niño.

Between 1987-1989 The Vicariate of Our Lady of Perpetual Help was divided and became Vicariates of Our Lady of Perpetual Help 1 and 2.

1987-1988 Five more parishes were established:

  • San Lorenzo Ruiz in Culiat, Tandang Sora (August 15, 1987)
  • Immaculate Conception in Damar (August 22, 1987)
  • San Isidro Labrador in Pasong Tamo, Tandang Sora (September 11, 1987)
  • Hearts of Jesus and Mary in West Triangle (January 4, 1988)
  • Immaculate Conception in GSIS Village, Project 8 (August 1, 1988)

February 1, 1989 The Vicariate of Sta. Rita was revised and the new Vicariate of San Pedro Bautista was created.

  • Vicariate of Sta. Rita - consisted of the parishes of Sta. Rita, Christ the King, San Antonio de Padua, Resurrection of the Lord and Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
  • Vicariate of San Pedro - consisted of the parishes of San Pedro Bautista, Sto. Domingo. Sta. Teresita, Our Lady of Lourdes and Sta. Perpetua.

1990-2000 Ten new parishes were established:

  • Santo Cristo in Bungad, SFDM (February 27, 1990)
  • Mary, the Immaculate Conception in Teresa Village, Project 6 (December 7, 1991)
  • Our Lady of the Annunciation along Mindanao Avenue (March 18, 1992)
  • Lord of Divine Mercy in Sikatuna Village (February 19, 1993)
  • Jesus, Lord of the Divine Mercy in Mapayapa (April 26, 1993)
  • Most Holy Redeemer in Masambong (April 8, 1994)
  • Jesus, Lord of the Divine Mercy in Hobart-Novaliches (September 26, 1994)
  • San Roque in Bagumbayan, Libis (September 2, 1997)
  • Holy Cross in Krus na Ligas (February 10, 1998)
  • Our Lady of Pentecost in Loyola Heights (May 23, 1999)

December 9, 1997 The Vicariate of Our Lady of Perpetual Help 2 was renamed Vicariate of San Isidro Labrador. The composition of the parishes of the Vicariates of Sto. Niño and San Isidro Labrador was revised.

  • Vicariate of Sto. Niño - consisted of the parishes of Sto. Niño, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Our Lady of Hope, Mary the Immaculate Conception, Our Mother of Perpetual help and Immaculate Conception.
  • Vicariate of San Isidro Labrador - consisted of the parishes of San Isidro Labrador, Our Lady of Annunciation, Jesus, Lord of Divine Mercy in Mapayapa, San Lorenzo Ruiz, Our Lady of Consolation and San Nicolas de Tolentino.

August 31, 2001 Msgr. Socrates Villegas, Vicar-General of the Archdiocese of Manila and Episcopal Vicar for the Ecclesiastical District of Quezon City-South, was ordained Auxiliary Bishop of Manila. Bishop Villegas was designated by Manila Archbishop Jaime L. Cardinal Sin as the new District Bishop of the Ecclesiastical District of Quezon City-South. Msgr. Daniel Sta. Maria became the district’s new Episcopal Vicar.

October 22, 2001 St. Jude Chaplaincy in Nayong Kanluran, SFDM was established (now a quasi-parish).

March 15, 2002 The districts of Quezon City South and North were revised and renamed Districts of Cubao and Novaliches respectively. The Vicariate of St. Joseph was transferred to Cubao and the Vicariate of San Isidro Labrador to Novaliches. San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish (part of San Isidro) was included in Cubao under the Vicariate of Sto. Niño and the parish of St. Joseph in Balintawak (Caloocan) was added to Cubao under the Vicariate of San Pedro Bautista. Thus, the former Vicariate of St. Joseph (of which St. Joseph the Worker Parish is a part) in the Ecclesiastical District of Kal-Ma-Na (now, the Diocese of Kalookan) was renamed Vicariate of the Sacred Heart.

April 10, 2003 The Holy Family Chaplaincy in GSIS Village, Project 8 was established (now a full-fledged parish).

June 28, 2003 The Diocese of Cubao was created by virtue of Pope John Paul II’s Papal Bull Quo Satius Provideretur. The new local church constitutes the southern part of Quezon City, starting from Tandang Sora Avenue and Mactan Street extending southward. Most Rev. Honesto "Ness" F. Ongtioco, DD, STL, Bishop of Balanga (Bataan) was named first diocesan bishop of Cubao.

August 14, 2003 In preparation for the canonical erection of the new diocese, then Manila Auxiliary Bishop Socrates Villegas (outgoing district bishop of Cubao and now Archbishop of Lingayen-Dagupan) presided over the Solemn Dedication Rites of the Immaculate Conception Parish as it would be soon elevated into the status of a cathedral.

August 28, 2003 The new Diocese of Cubao was canonically erected and the first Bishop of Cubao, Most Rev. Honesto F. Ongtioco, was installed in the presence of the Apostolic Nuncio Antonio Franco, Manila Archbishop Jaime L. Cardinal Sin and numerous bishops gracing the occasion. The Parish of the Immaculate Conception along 39 Lantana Street, Barangay Immaculate Conception, Cubao, Quezon City was liturgically proclaimed the cathedral or seat of the diocese, with Reverend Monsignor Daniel P. Sta. Maria as its first Cathedral Rector and first Vicar-General

2004 Minor changes to the College of Consultors of the Diocese took place. With the creation of the Diocesan Pastoral Office, Fr. Emmanuel Sarez, then Oeconomus of the diocese, assumed its directorship. Msgr. Sta. Maria was subsequently named Oeconomus. Msgr. Antonio Mortillero became the second Vicar-General, with Msgr. Mylo Hubert Vergara as new Episcopal Vicar for the Clergy and Fr. Ramon Eloriaga as new Chancellor. Msgr. Jaime Mora retired as parish priest of Christ the King Parish (Greenmeadows) and Bishop Ongtioco temporarily took over as Parish Priest, while Fr. Ferdinand Santos, parochial vicar of the Parish of the Holy Sacrifice, and Fr. Odon Francia, parish priest of Sta. Perpetua, took their sabbatical leave.

February 12, 2005 Monsignor Mylo Hubert C. Vergara became the first cleric of the diocese to be elevated to the episcopacy, upon his appointment as third bishop of San Jose, Nueva Ecija. He was ordained bishop on April 30 at Cubao Cathedral. Fr. Jose "Bong" Tupino took over the post of Episcopal Vicar for the Clergy, which was left vacant upon Msgr. Vergara's election as bishop. The first ever priest to be ordained for the diocese that year was Fr. Ronaldo Santos.

2006 New assignments for parish priests took effect, between January and June. Due to shortage of number of parish priests, at least seven priests were assigned as pastors to two parishes simultaneously. On May 15, Vicar General Msgr. Mortillero, representing the Bishop, announced the creation of the new San Isidro Labrador Quasi-Parish in Pinyahan.

2007 Four priests were ordained: Fr. Gilberto Fortunato Dumlao, Fr. Herbel Torres, Fr. Victor William Garcia, and Fr. Ronald Monis.

2009 Second minor reassignment for the clergy took place. Fr. Fredrick Edward Simon assumed the office of Chancellor.

2010. Fr. Ronald M. Roberto was ordained priest.

2011 Two priests were incardinated for the Diocese of Cubao, namely Fr. Nicolas Salamanca (former Recoleto) and Fr. Luisito Caupayan (former Claretian). Saint Pedro Poveda College along EDSA and Poveda Street, Barangay Ugong Norte, transferred its proper jurisdiction from the Archdiocese of Manila to the Diocese of Cubao.

2012 Second major reassigment for the clergy took place between January and February. With the retirement of Msgr. Mortillero, Msgr. Sta. Maria was reappointed Vicar-General. Fr. Ronaldo Macale was named Episcopal Vicar for the Clergy. Fr. Nicolas Salamanca became the new Episcopal Vicar for the Religious. Fr. Ronaldo Santos was named Oeconomus. Fr, Raymond Joseph L. Arre, STL, was named Episcopal Vicar for Catholic Schools and Superintendent of the Diocese of Cubao Educational System, Inc. (DOCES). On January 8, Bishop Ongtioco signed the decree establishing the Blessed John Paul II Parish in Eastwood City, Libis (Barangay Bagumbayan), appointing Fr Arnel Recinto as its first Parish Priest. On February 5, the Holy Family Quasi-Parish in GSIS Village (Barangay Sangandaan) was elevated into a full-fledged parish, with the installation of Fr. Herbel Torres as first parish priest. On September 8 came the ordination of another priest, Fr. Rey Hector Paglinawan.

2013 With the death of Fr. Emmanuel Sarez, Fr. Jose Fortunato Garces, OAR, was named as temporary pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish in Project 6 with acting capacity. Fr. Nemesio Tolentin, OAR, was named parish priest of San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish. Msgr. Benjamin Razon retired as parish priest of Immaculate Conception Parish in Project 8 and was succeeded by Fr. Alfredo Pascual. On March 2, Fr. Victor Angelo Parlan was ordained to the priesthood. Fr. Ruben Villote, the founder of the Center for Migrant Youth, also a priest of the diocese, died on July 6.[4] The diocese marks the tenth anniversary of its inauguration on August 28, with the conferral of the Civitas Supra Montem Awards to distinguished lay leaders for their longtime meritorious service to the local church.

Ordinaries

Order Episcopate Coat of Arms Name Place of birth Age at start/end of episcopacy Notes
1 28 August 2003
– present
(11 years, 177 days)
Most Rev. Honesto Flores Ongtioco, D.D., S.T.L. San Fernando, Pampanga 54 / - First bishop of the Diocese of Cubao[5]

Diocesan Curia and Ministry Heads

Bishop Ongtioco appointed new members of the Diocesan Curia and heads of various ministries in the diocese for a period of three years beginning February 1, 2012.

  • Vicar General and Moderator Curiae: Rev. Msgr. Daniel B. Sta. Maria, PC
  • Episcopal Vicar for the Clergy and Guest Priests: Rev. Fr. Ronaldo M. Macale
  • Episcopal Vicar for the Religious: Rev. Fr. Nicolas G. Salamanca
  • Episcopal Vicar for the Schools: Rev. Fr. Raymond Joseph L. Arre, STL
  • Episcopal Vicar for Pastoral Concerns: Rev. Fr. Arthur T. Opiniano
  • Chancellor: Rev. Fr. Fredrick Edward C. Simon
  • Vice-Chancellor: Rev. Fr. Steven C. Zabala
  • Oeconomus/Treasurer: Rev. Fr. Ronaldo J. Santos
  • Auditor: Rev. Fr. Herbel F. Torres
  • Office for Research and Development and Human Resources Department: Rev. Fr. Jose S. Tupino III
  • Committee on Building Renovations and Constructions: Rev. Fr. Arnel F. Recinto
  • Ministry for Liturgical Affairs: Rev. Fr. Dennis S. Soriano
  • Ministry for Formation: Rev. Fr. Luisito O. Caupayan
  • Ministry for Social Services and Development: Rev. Fr. Odon L. Francia
  • Ministry for Public Affairs: Rev. Fr. Arnel F. Recinto
  • Ministry for Catechetical: Rev. Fr. Michell Joe B. Zerrudo
  • Ministry for Vocations: Rev. Fr. Gilberto Fortunato II C. Dumlao
  • Ministry for Basic Ecclesial Communities (BEC): Rev. Fr. Nelson C. Orqueta
  • Ministry for the Youth: Rev. Fr. Ronald L. Monis
  • Ministry for Transparochial Communities: Rev. Fr. Joselito M. Irlandes
  • Ministry for Restorative Justice: Rev. Fr. Raul D. Buen, CM
  • Ministry for Biblical Apostolate: Rev. Fr. Alfredo A. Pascual, Jr.
  • Ministry for Cultural Heritage: Rev. Fr. Enrique Aloysius Ma. S. Aliño
  • Ministry for Inter-Religious Dialogue: Rev. Fr. Angelito S. Ancla, CMF

Churches

The diocese is composed of 44 full-fledged parishes (three of which are national shrines), two quasi-parishes, and one non-parochial diocesan shrine, subdivided into six vicariates:

Vicariate of the Holy Family

  • Immaculate Conception Cathedral-Parish (F-1950, Barangay Immaculate Conception) - Rev. Fr. Ariston L. Sison, SCSL (Fr. Aris)
  • National Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (F-1975, New Manila, Barangay Mariana) - Rev. Fr. Danilo D. Lim, OCD (Fr. Danny) (administered by the Order of Discalced Carmelites)
  • Holy Family Parish (F-1953, Barangay Roxas) - Rev. Fr. Michell Joe B. Zerrudo (Fr. Jojo)
  • Jesus the Divine Word Shrine (Barangay Kristong Hari) - Rev. Fr. Joseph Anacleto M. Mananzan, SVD (Fr. Titus - shrine rector)
  • Most Holy Redeemer Parish (F-1954, Brixton-Araneta, Barangay Santol) - Rev. Msgr. Alfonso A. Bugaoan Jr., PC (Msgr. Jun)
  • Our Lady of Fatima Parish (F-1974, Barangay Don Manuel) - Rev. Fr. Herbel F. Torres (Fr. Dodot)
  • Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish (F-1941, Kamuning, Barangay Sacred Heart) - Rev. Fr. Linus E. Nicasio, SVD, Ph.D (Fr. Lino) (administered by the Divine Word Missionaries)
  • Saint Paul the Apostle Parish (F-1979, Barangay Laging Handa)- Rev. Fr. Arthur T. Opiniano (Fr. Aytoy)

Vicariate of San Pedro Bautista

  • Santo Domingo Parish/National Shrine of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary of La Naval de Manila (F-1972, Quezon Avenue, Barangay Sto. Domingo) - Rev. Fr. Ramon T. Salibay, OP (Fr. Ching) (administered by the Dominicans)
  • National Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes (F-1942, Retiro, Barangay Lourdes) - Rev. Fr. William T. Bustamante, OFM Cap. (administered by the Franciscan Capuchins)
  • Santuario de San Pedro Bautista (F-1932, SFDM, Barangay Damayan) - Rev. Fr. Edwin Peter R. Dionisio, OFM (administered by the Franciscan Friars)
  • Immaculate Conception Parish (F-1987, Barangay Damar) - Rev. Fr. Anthony Chan P. Olaguer, LRMS (Fr. Tony) (administered by the Lorenzo Ruíz Mission Society)
  • Most Holy Redeemer Parish / Santuario de Santa Philomena (F-1994, Barangay Masambong) - Fr. Rey Hector A. Paglinawan (Fr. Rey) (Parish Administrator)
  • Saint Joseph the Worker Parish (F-1959, Balintawak, Barangay Balingasa) - Rev. Fr. Gilberto Fortunato C. Dumlao II (Fr. Gido)
  • Santa Perpetua Parish (F-1976, Barangay Manresa) - Rev. Fr. Nicolas G. Salamanca (Fr. Nick)
  • Santa Teresita del Niño Jesus Parish (F-1977, Kanlaon Ave., Barangay Sta. Teresita) - Rev. Fr. Wilfredo C. Atienza, OFM Cap. (Fr. Willy) (administered by the Franciscan Capuchins)

Vicariate of Santo Niño

  • Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Sto. Niño (F-1967, Barangay Alicia, Bago Bantay) - Rev. Fr. Enrique Aloysius S. Aliño (Fr. Aloy)
  • Holy Family Parish (F-2012, GSIS Village, Barangay Sangandaan) - Rev. Fr. Romerico A. Prieto (Fr. Omer)
  • Immaculate Conception Parish (F-1988, GSIS Village, Barangay Sangandaan) - Rev. Fr. Alfredo A. Pascual Jr. (Fr. Jun)
  • Mary, the Immaculate Conception Parish (F-1991, Teresa Village, Barangay Project 6) - Rev. Fr. Moises M. Cabrera (Fr. Bong)
  • Our Lady of Hope Parish (F-1966, Barangay Bagong Pag-asa) - Rev. Fr. Joselito M. Irlandes (Fr. Joey)
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish (F-1961, Barangay Project 6) - Rev. Fr. Jose Fortunato J. Garces, OAR (Fr. Larry - administrator), assisted by Rev. Fr. Marvin Pajarillaga
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish (F-1965, Project 8, Barangay Bahay Toro) - Rev. Fr. Ben C. Arceño
  • San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish (F-1975, Congressional Village, Barangay Project 6) - Rev. Fr. Nemesio D. Tolentin, OAR (Fr. Nem) (administered by the Augustinian Recollects)

Vicariate of Saint Joseph

  • Diocesan Shrine and Parish of St. Joseph (F-1951, Project 3, Barangay Quirino 3-A) - Rev. Fr. Ramon N. Eloriaga (Fr. Mon)
  • Holy Cross Parish (F-1998, Barangay Krus na Ligas) - Rev. Fr. Ronald M. Roberto (Fr. Ronron)
  • Holy Family Parish (F-1980, Kamias, Barangay West Kamias) - Rev. Fr. Victor William C. Garcia (Fr. Choy)
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish (F-1969, Barangay UP Village) - Rev. Fr. Angelito S. Ancla, CMF (Fr. Lito) (administered by the Claretians)
  • Our Lady of Pentecost Parish (F-1999, Barangay Loyola Heights) - Rev. Fr. Dennis S. Soriano, M.A. Lit.
  • Parish of the Holy Sacrifice (F-1977, Barangay UP Campus) - Rev. Fr. Henry E. Ferreras, STL
  • Parish of the Lord of Divine Mercy (F-1993, Barangay Sikatuna) - Rev. Fr. Steven C. Zabala
  • San Isidro Labrador Quasi-Parish (F-2006, Barangay Pinyahan) - Rev. Fr. Michael James I. Ty (Fr. Mike - administrator)
  • Santa Maria Della Strada Parish (F-1981, Katipunan, Barangay Pansol)- Rev. Fr. Nelson C. Orqueta

Vicariate of Sta. Rita de Cascia

  • Santa Rita de Cascia Parish (F-1957, Barangay Philam) - Rev. Msgr. Domingo P. Erfe, PC (Msgr. Don)
  • Christ the King Parish (F-1961, Barangay Veterans Village, Project 7) - Rev. Fr. Odon L. Francia
  • Hearts of Jesus and Mary Parish (F-1988, Barangay West Triangle) - Rev. Msgr. Daniel B. Sta. Maria, PC, VG, MBA (Msgr. Dan), assisted by Rev. Fr. Ronald Monis (Fr. Jojo)
  • Resurrection of Our Lord Parish (F-1975, Barangay Paltok) - Rev. Fr. Emmanuel E. Del Rosario (Fr. Pong - administrator)
  • Saint Jude Quasi-Parish (F-2001, Barangay Nayong Kanluran) - Rev. Fr. Raul M. Gatbonton (administrator)
  • San Antonio de Padua Parish (F-1986, Barangay San Antonio) - Rev. Fr. Jose Glenn V. Orocio (Fr. Glenn)
  • Santo Cristo de Bungad Parish (F-1990, Barangay Bungad) - Rev. Fr. Raul D. Buen

Vicariate of Our Lady of Perpetual Help

  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish (F-1964, Cubao, Barangay Socorro)- Rev. Fr. Fredrick Edward C. Simon (Fr. Jojo)
  • Christ the King Parish (F-1979, Greenmeadows, Barangay Ugong Norte) - Rev. Fr. Jose S. Tupino III (Fr. Bong), assisted by Rev. Fr. Victor Angelo Parlan (Fr. Gelo)
  • Nativity of the Lord Parish (F-1982, Barangay E. Rodriguez)- Rev. Fr. Ronaldo M. Macale (Fr. Ronald)
  • Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Parish (F-1976, Project 4, Barangay Marilag) - Rev. Fr. Honorato N. Nadua Jr. (Fr. Rene)
  • Saint John Paul II Parish (F-2012, Eastwood City, Barangay Bagumbayan) - Rev. Fr. Arnel F. Recinto
  • San Roque Parish (F-1997, Barangay Bagumbayan)- Rev. Fr. Luisito O. Caupayan (Fr. Louie)
  • Transfiguration of Our Lord Parish (F-1981, Murphy, Barangay San Roque) - Rev. Fr. Ronaldo J. Santos (Fr. Ronnie)

Arms

Arms of Roman Catholic Diocese of Cubao
Notes
The arms of the Diocese of Cubao consists of:
Crest
Elaborately decorated heraldic Western mitre.
Escutcheon
Three hills surmounted by a Tau cross against a yellow field. The lower half contains four, five-petalled white flowers on a blue field.
Motto
Civitas Supra Montem Posita

See also

References

  1. ^ Latin text of the Official Papal Bull Quo Satius Provideretur establishing the Diocese of Cubao (June 28, 2003) http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/apost_constitutions/documents/hf_jp-ii_apc_20030628_cubaoensis_lt.html
  2. ^ http://www.edsashrine.com/v3/category/about-edsa-shrine/story-of-edsa-shrine/
  3. ^ http://dioceseofcubao.org/index.php?page=history
  4. ^ http://www.interaksyon.com/article/65766/mother-teresa-awardee-ex-up-chaplain-fr--villote-dies
  5. ^ http://www.cbcponline.net/bishops/bishops/ongtioco.html

Sources and References

  • CBCP Catholic Directory of the Philippines, 2012-2013
  • Official Website of the Diocese of Cubao
  • http://www.mycubao.org
  • http://www.ourladyofpentecostparish.org
  • http://www.tolpcubao.org

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