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Papal Nuncio to the Philippines Giuseppe Pinto, Jaro Archbishop Angel Lagdameo, San Carlos Bishop Gerardo Alimane Alminaza, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle and Cebu Bishop Jose Palma (l-r, front row) with other  bishops at  the San Carlos Borromeo Cathedral  yesterday.*
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Cardinal: Stop blaming,
focus on suffering poor

SAN CARLOS CITY, Neg. Occ. – Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle and Jaro Archbishop Angel Lagdameo yesterday said that, despite the devastation wrought by super typhoon Yolanda, now is not the time for blaming each other, but to work together to help those who are suffering.

Tagle and Lagdameo were in this city  yesterday morning for the installation of  Bishop Gerardo Alminaza as the third head of the Diocese of San Carlos Borromeo.

“A big crisis does not need so much blaming, what we need is learning and working together,” Tagle said.moremoremore

Live as Christ lived, Tagle asks

SAN CARLOS CITY, Neg. Occ. – Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle yesterday said he prays that the motto adopted by Bishop Gerardo Alminaza will become a reality in the Diocese of San Carlos Borromeo and the whole country.

It is not enough to know His teachings and commandments, it is also important to live as Christ lived, the Cardinal stressed.

Tagle delivered the homily at the installation of Alminaza as the third bishop of the Diocese of San Carlos Borromeo at the Cathedral here attended by Papal Nuncio to the Philippines Giuseppe Pinto, Jaro Archbishop Angel Lagdameo, Capiz Archbishop Jose Advincula Jr., Lipa Archbishop Ramon Arguelles, 21 bishops, 150 priests and a crowd of 1,000.moremoremore

We must save Earth - Alminaza

SAN CARLOS, Neg. Occ. – San Carlos Bishop Gerardo Alminaza yesterday said, “As we work together to feed the survivors of the recent earthquake and super typhoon Yolanda, and rebuild their lives, we must also  join hands in saving Mother Earth.”

“Our recent tragic experience calls us to strengthen our faith in God and in each other, as we help the victims of earthquake and the super typhoon,” he said.

At the same time, there is a need to look at the laws of nature put in by God which some greedy people and nations have broken, Alminaza added. moremoremore

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