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As we move closer to the Jubilee of 2025, Pope Francis wants 2024 to be dedicated to prayer. Thus, he is inviting the whole Church to a time of intense commitment in preparation for the Opening of the Holy Door.

When Pope Francis announced the Year of Prayer preceding the Jubilee 2025, he encouraged the faithful as follows:


I ask you to intensify your prayer to prepare us to live well this event of grace, and to experience the strength of God’s hope. […] A year dedicated to rediscovering the great value and absolute need for prayer in personal life, in the life of the Church, and in the world.


(Angelus, January 21, 2024)

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The Jubilee Logo



Father in heaven,

may the faith you have given us

in your son, Jesus Christ, our brother,

and the flame of charity enkindled

in our hearts by the Holy Spirit,

reawaken in us the blessed hope

for the coming of your Kingdom.


May your grace transform us

into tireless cultivators of the seeds of the Gospel.

May those seeds transform from within both humanity

and the whole cosmos

in the sure expectation

of a new heaven and a new earth,

when, with the powers of Evil vanquished,

your glory will shine eternally.


May the grace of the Jubilee

reawaken in us, Pilgrims of Hope,

a yearning for the treasures of heaven.

May that same grace spread

the joy and peace of our Redeemer

throughout the earth.

To you our God, eternally blessed,

be glory and praise for ever.


Filipinos are paying

How Filipinos are praying?

We pray through ART

Since many of the Filipinos crafted images of the Lord, the Blessed Mother, and the saints, it is good that we go back to the ideals of this endeavor: that images be of help in prayer rather than a decoration.


We pray through MUSIC

Filipinos express their prayer in music. Thus, a number of men and women wrote down songs as a fruit of their prayer.


We pray and TRAVEL

Pilgrimages are part of our faith-life. We won't miss chances to see churches that marked a great contribution to our local Church.


We pray through our CULTURE

From the north down to the south, Filipino culture springs forth as a mode of prayer.


We pray through CHARITY

The fruit of prayer is love. The concretization of prayer is charity.

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