Generous Living, Generous Giving
“For it is in giving that we receive.” ―St. Francis of Assisi
Once again, your kindness and generosity reached the hearts of orphans and vulnerable children at Mo. Spinelli's Treasures (Tagaytay) this Christmas through your giving hearts and hands.
To our sponsors and volunteers, we thank you for your contribution to our mission of mercy last sunday. Your support will go a long way, not only this Christmas, but for the next 6 months.
To Sr. Marydeth, we wish you all the best in your new mission in London. Thank you for continuosly giving yourself to the mission of the Church. Vaya con Dios!
Indeed the real meaning of Christmas is giving. Merry Christmas and a grace filled 2023.
Yesterday, Kairos Momentum visited orphans and vulnerable children at Tahanang Vedruna in Tagaytay city to spread christmas joy. They welcomed us warmly with song and dance numbers. After the short program, they received toys, groceries, school supplies, and food packs.
We believe that every child deserves to receive Christmas gifts. Thanks to donations from people like you, we make sure that every child in our program feels special on Christmas Day. Your generosity to give back and bless others from the abundance the Lord has given you helps to make Christmas feel special to the children. God bless you, donors and volunteers.
The heavy rains and flooding brought about by Severe Tropical Storm Paeng did not stop Kairos momentum and friends in their Mission Outreach on Sunday, October 30, 2022 in Manresa suburb, Quezon City.
At 6 am, the community prayed the Most Holy Rosary along with the Carmeliste and Dominican sisters and with children acting as living beads. The Theotokos Singers provided leadership in singing Martian hymns at intervals.
At 7 am, Most Rev. Antonio R. Tobias, JCL, DD presided the Holy Eucharist with Fr. Jimmy Giron, OFM concelebrating. In his sharing, Bishop Tony pointed out that Jesus truly sees Zacchaeus. Not just his mistakes, not his sins, not his failures. And where Zacchaeus was so used to being ignored, hated, and overlooked, Jesus invites himself into Zacchaeus’s life. At the conclusion of the Holy Mass, Bp. Tony offered prayers of absolution and commendation to God. He blessed with holy water and incense the catafalque that represented all the deceased members of the comunity.
After the Holy Mass, the Theotokos Singers serenaded Bp. Tony and guests with songs of love and prayer.
At 8 am, 600 bowls of hot lugaw was served to the children, Mass attendees and the evacuees at the covered court.
At 9 am, volunteers conducted coloring activity and games for 120 children. They distributed food packs, loot bags, crayons and coloring books to the energetic participants.
Thank you again to all Kairos momentum sponsors and collaborators whose acts are known only to God. Your generous and untiring support make our monthly missions to the underprivileged possible. May God pour all his love and warmth on you in abundance! Rain or shine, we will honor our God divine!
The Theotokos Singers bring talented youth coming from the underprivileged of Manresa suburb, Quezon City and their love for music, service and Mama Mary together. The choristers provide regular musical leadership at Sunday Holy Mass at Our Lady of Fatima Chapel, Sta Perpetua Parish and The Immaculate Conception Cathedral of Cubao.
Much gratitude to all our friends for putting their hands and hearts together to sponsor polo shirts for Theotokos Singers. Everyone was overwhelmed with happiness. Thanks for your love and support. We pray your blessings will remain abundant.
Thank you, dear sponsors and volunteers for making the powerful decision through Kairos momentum to gift children on the autism spectrum at San Fernando Elementary School (Pampanga) with a 12 compartment bookshelf, over 300 picture books and kiddie meals! With your selfless support, we can create a world where no-one on the autism spectrum is left behind. Awareness, raised. God glorified!
Dakal salamat keng manyaman a panugtuan, Bubuy at Aysa Canda-Santos !
Note: Explicit permission from parents of children beneficiaries sought prior to posting.
Priests are human too! They grow old and get sick. Thankfully, the Archdiocese of Manila has committed to caring for our priests as they advance in age. We visited our lolo priests today at Cardinal Sin Welcome Home to interact with them and bring them provisions to meet their health and material needs. This is our little way of caring and giving back to them for their faithful service through the years.
Thank you to all who joined hearts and hands together to prepare the gifts for our lolo fathers. God is your reward!
Jaime Cardinal Sin, intercede for us!
Tagaytay City -- We cannot describe the gratitude that we feel for the support that you have provided to our mission yesterday to 23 orphaned children at Mo Teresa Spinelli's Treasures in Tagaytay City. We stepped out in faith and asked for help. Then we saw God move powerfully through your in kind and cash donations. These are challenging times for us all but still you have the heart to give. God bless you. Blessed be God for the goodness of your hearts!
On June 18, 2022, Kairos Momentum (www.jeffjacinto.com) hosted a visitation to the elderly impaired by sickness or old age at TAHANANG MAPAGPALA in Bulihan, Malolos City, Bulacan. Fr Lloyd Elauria, OFM celebrated the Holy Mass for the staff, Sisters of the Divine Shepherd, and friends of the elderly (Holy Trinity Fellowship and OLGMS alumni Orly Qujano and Jorge Diomampo). Afterwards, Fr Lloyd anointed the lolas with oil to bring them spiritual and even physical strength.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors whose deeds are known only to God. Accept our heartfelt thanks for donating Rice provision, Adult Diaper, Toiletries, and Medicines. May God reward you with His graces and bless you and all who those you hold dear immeasurably more than we might ask or think.
I give you a new commandment: love one another. As I have loved you, so you also should love one another. This is how all will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another" (John 13: 34-35). These words from the Gospel for the Fifth Sunday of Easter synthesize the whole meaning of the Paschal Mystery: Jesus died for us because of his unconditional love for all of us, and we are called to live this new life of unconditional love. Anyone who wants to live true Christianity is called to live selflessly.
Once again, the elderly and staff at Kalingap Casa de Sueños in Tagaytay are pleased to be recipients of care packages. We couldn’t achieve so much without you, our wonderful supporters selflessly share your blessings. Knowing that we are still in a time of pandemic, your contribution is extra special to us. May the good Lord reward you richly for the goodness of your hearts!
Spent most of the morning with the boys at Ang Bahay Parola Grace Home for Boys, a care facility for 20 deserted and abused 6-15 years old in Molino 2, Bacoor City.
Vulnerable children often do not celebrate birthdays. Most of them never had a birthday party or eaten a slice of birthday cake. Sometimes, celebrating our birthdays at an orphanage, makes the orphans feel more like orphans. So my millennial rockstar partners thought of having a shared birthday celebration where everyone would feel they matter and it made it a wonderful day for everyone!
We truly appreciate the hearts of our sponsors and volunteers for the Bibles, "birthday" meals, rice provisions, food packs, grocery items and cleaning supplies. The mission we do wouldn't be possible without your incredible support and prayers. "May God generously provide all you need. Then you will always have everything you need and plenty left over to share with others." 2 Corinthians 9:8
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