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Ending My Term as CEAP President, Thank You!

[CEAP National Convention. 27 Sept. 2019.] I stand here before you to thank God and yourselves for the privilege in the last three years of having served you as your President.  This distinction follows many years of service on the … Continue reading

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Christus Vivit! – Christ is Alive! – in our Catholic Schools

[Address of Fr. Joel Tabora, SJ, to the CEAP Regional Convention of Region II, University of St. Louis of Tuguegarao, August 27, 2019.] Dr. Exuperio “Jun” Flores, the CEAP Regional Trustee of Region II; Fr. Renillo Sta. Ana, the President … Continue reading

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Holiness in Brokenness, Commitment and Gratitude

[CEAP President’s Closing Statement:  CEAP National Convention, SMX Center, Pasay, October 5, 2018.] We have come to the end of a journey, yet we know we are still at its beginning.  We came in response to a call to holiness: … Continue reading

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Embracing Holiness, Enflaming our Mission and Setting the World on Fire

[Address:  CEAP Superintendents’ Commission Annual Assembly, Century Park Hotel, Malate, Manila.  Sept. 30, 2018.]   So close to the opening of the CEAP National Convention, it is my privilege to address this Annual Assembly of CEAP Superintendents’ Commission with its … Continue reading

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Accepting the CEAP Presidency

Last night the Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution of thanks to Brother Jun Erguiza for his stewardship of CEAP over the last three years. Let us together give him a grateful round of applause. First of all, I … Continue reading

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Catholic Education and the Poor

The Annual Convention of the Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) is probably the most impressive of educators’ conferences in the Philippines, and arguably among the most impressive in the world. This year’s 3,357 delegates representing some 1,400 Catholic … Continue reading

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