The Diocese of Tagbilaran in Bohol province held the “episcopal coronation” of Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion (Our Lady of Assumption), the patroness of Dauis town on Tuesday, Aug. 15.
Bishop Abet Uy of the Diocese of Tagbilaran has condemned what he called “killing” of four fully grown acacia trees along CPG North Avenue in Barangay Taloto in Tagbilaran City.
Dismayed over the way tourists and tours bring guests who are inappropriately dressed inside churches, or who come in during masses and church functions, distracting parishioners?
Gibuksan sa Diocese of Tagbilaran ang “Panagtagbo: 4 ka adlaw nga seminar ug pagbansay sa mga mahimong tig-abi-abi sa mga bisita sa mga simbahan ug museo sa Bohol, didto sa Elijah Spirituality Hall sa Seminaryo Mahal nga Kasingkasing ni Maria sa Taloto.
Agi og pagtampo sa ika 500 ka tuig nga kasaulogan sa pag-abut sa Kristyanismo dinhi sa nasud, tanyag sa Diyosesis sa Talibon ug Tagbilaran and usa ka dula sa entablado nga nagsaysay sa kinabuhi sa duha ka pari’ng Agustinian Recollets didto sa simbahan sa Carmen, karong Sabado, Agosto 6.
National Museum of the Philippines (NMP) Director General Jeremy Barns turns over the documents to the Bishop of the Diocese of Tagbilaran, Albert Uy, in ceremonies attended by the faithful of Maribojoc and devotees of the Holy Cross and Saint Vincent Ferrer.
Finally, after 8 years of grueling, comprehensive planning and execution, the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Luz Parish of Loon has been officially turned over by the National Museum of the Philippines to its legal owner the Diocese of Tagbilaran on September 7, 2021, the eve of the feast of Loon town’s Patron, Our Lady of Light and the nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
The National Museum of the Philippines (NMP) turned over on Sunday, May 16, 2021, the San Pedro Apostol Parish Church and Convent in Loboc to its legal owner, the Diocese of Tagbilaran.
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Tagbilaran Bishop Abet Uy said the Diocese of Tagbilaran raised some P2.5 million for typhoon victims.