Congratulations! His Eminence Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle, D.D., S.T.D.

 Congratulations and we are proud of you! Truly deserving of the title, a very gentle and humble shepherd of his flock and servant of God.

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In Memoriam: Sec. Jesse M. Robredo (May 27, 1958 — August 18, 2012)

 Hon. Jesse M. Robredo
Secretary of the Interior and Local Government
May 27, 1958 — August 18, 2012

Thank you for the inspiration! and for being a role model of a TRUE SERVANT LEADER! We, Bikolanos and Filipinos are very proud of you! May your legacy continue to inspire those in the government service.

+Eternal rest grant unto him, Lord and let your perpetual light shine upon him. Receive Him Lord into your Kingdom - being one of your faithful servant. And maybe the mantle of our beloved 'Ina', Virgin of Peñafrancia, protect and embraced you, Manoy Jess! Amen.

In Memoriam: George E. Doty+

Our sincerest and deepest condolences to the bereaved family of our beloved, George E. Doty - a very generous man and a very loyal supporter of the wonderful programs of Fr. Aloysius Schwartz and the Sisters of Mary not just in the Philippines but in other countries as well especially in Korea. 
Eternal rest grant unto him Lord, may he rest in peace with his lovely wife - Marie J. Doty and our dear Fr. Al :(
“If I did not have the Catholic faith and I wanted to invent a faith for myself, what would I do? I think I would reinvent the Catholic faith. It may sound foolish, but I think of a loving God, a forgiving God. How can you beat that?” ~ George E. Doty
His Eminence, Jaime Cardinal Sin confers the Serviam Award to George and Marie Doty for their outstanding support to the Sisters of Mary. The Serviam Award is the highest award in Service given by the Philippine Catholic Church in recognition of the great service to the Filipino people and the Catholic Church.
George Doty receives the Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters (Honoris Causa) from the Adamson University, Manila, Philippines (July 14, 1994)
George and Marie Doty with children of the Sisters of Mary - Girlstown in the Philippines
CNEWA at 75: Into The Future: George and Marie Doty, seated with Msgr. Stern at the inaugural service, gaze at the renovated dome of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, 2 January 1997. (photo: Joel Fishman)
Truly, the George E. and Marie J. Doty Award by the American Federation for Aging Research is a fitting tribute to these two great people. 
The last but definitely not the least in the inaugural class of the Founding Spirit: The Fordham University Hall of Honor.
The Charles Carroll Award in Catholic Philanthropy : George and Marie Doty (1999). In a spirit of profound admiration, affection, and gratitude, and in recognition of their generous and caring lives in service to humanity and to the church.
More about this great man can be found on the links below:
George E. Doty, FCRH ’38
Alumnus Sets Standard for Giving Consistency
Giving back: the generous legacy of George E. Doty 

CNEWA: Remembering George Doty
Obituary: George E. Doty Sr. (1918 - 2012)
Former Board Members of FADICA Mourned
Betlehem University: Remembering Mr. George Doty
BusinessWeek NewsFromBloomberg: George Doty, Who Guarded Goldman Sachs Purse, Dies at 94

Photo Credits: The Sisters of Mary, CNEWA,  Fordham University

Related Post: Congratulations Sisters of Mary on the Inauguration of the Marie J. Doty Memorial Infirmary


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