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IEC 2016 Day 8 – Statio Orbis Photo Gallery

The 8th and last day of the International Eucharistic Congress (IEC) 2016, January 31, 2016, was highlighted by the Statio Orbis culminating rites and Holy Mass held at the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod in South Road Properties (SR) Complex, where the canonization of San Pedro Calungsod took place in October 12, 2012. Most memorable during the Holy Mass was the homily of Papal Legate Charles Maung Cardinal Bo and the video message of Pope Francis that was aired after Archbishop Jose Palma, DD gave his own message

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The Eucharist As Mission, Mission As Dialogue Testimony

By Mr. Paul Ponce and Family
51st International Eucharistic Congress
Testimony
IEC Pavillion, San Carlos Seminary Complex, Cebu City
January 27, 2016

 

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The Eucharist: Dialogue With The Poor and Suffering Testimony

By Ms. Ma. Georgia Cogtas
51st International Eucharistic Congress
IEC Pavillion, San Carlos Seminary Complex, Cebu
Testimonial
January 29, 2016

 

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Message and Homily of the Papal Legate at the Statio Orbis

By His Eminence Charles Maung Cardinal Bo, SDB, DD
51st International Eucharistic Congress
Statio Orbis Mass
SRP Complex, Cebu City
January 31, 2016

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The Eucharist and the Dialogue With Cultures

By His Eminence Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, DD
51st International Eucharistic Congress
Catechesis
IEC Pavillion, Cebu City
January 28, 2016

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IEC 2016 Day 7 – Children’s Mass Photo Gallery

The highlight of Day 7 of the International Eucharistic Congress (IEC) 2016 was the Children’s Mass  officiated by His Eminence Ricardo Cardinal Vidal, D.D. at the Cebu Sports Complex. The Children’s Mass was meant to give first Communion to more than 4,000 children from all over the Philippines. Aside from this, the occasion was also monumental because Cardinal Vidal was among the first communicants in the last IEC held in the Philippines, which was in 1937.

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IEC 2016 Day 7 – Afternoon Session / Deaf Tracks Photo Gallery

There were three Deaf Tracks on Day 7 of the International Eucharistic Congress (IEC) 2016:  one was held in the morning on “Eye People: Including Deaf Persons with Disabilities” by Fr. Cyril Axelrod and Fr. Ralph Schimitz; while two, held in the afternoon, were on “Deaf Catholics: Leaders and Teachers” by Stephanie Authier and Fr. Matthew Hysell and on “Deaf Ministry–South East Asia” by Fr. Charlie Dittmeier and Fr. Min Seo Park.

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IEC 2016 Day 7 – Morning Session Photo Gallery

Day 7 Morning Session of the International Eucharistic Congress (IEC) 2016, being the last day for the Catechesis and Plenary Sessions, involved a talk on “The Eucharist and Mary” from His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, DD. and a Testimony by Ms. Sarindhorn Mativachranon. There were also three Deaf Tracks on this day with one on “Eye People: Including Deaf Persons with Disabilities” by Fr. Cyril Axelrod and Fr. Ralph Schimitz held in the morning. The SocComm Nova Team  had the chance to interview His Eminence Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle in line with its partnership with One Billion Stories for its video coverage of the event, which will be aired globally online.

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IEC 2016 Day 6 – Delegates & Host Families Photo Gallery

The families who hosted the subsidized delegates of the Diocese of Novaliches held a dinner at La Fortuna Hotel after the procession on Day 6 of the International Eucharistic Congress (IEC) 2016 at Cebu City.

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IEC 2016 Day 6 – Procession Photo Gallery

The afternoon session on Day 6 of the International Eucharistic Congress (IEC)  2016 comprised of two Deaf Tracks one by Ms. Mary O’Meara entitled “That they all may be one; Virtual Learning Opportunities and Social Media for Deaf Ministry” and by Fr. William Byrne entitled “Ministering where no birds sing; creating welcome in our parishes”. But the height of the afternoon session was the Holy Mass held at Cebu Capitol Building in Osmena Boulevard, Cebu City that was followed by an almost-3-hour procession to the Plaza Independencia. Around a million people was recorded to have joined the said procession.