Philippines religious keep alive monsignor's drive against poverty


Mar. 19, 2012

Tagle leads commemoration of Aloysius Schwartz’s 20th death anniversary

Servant of God Msgr. Aloysius Schwartz died on March 16, 1992, from Lou Gehrig’s disease which left him incapacitated for years. He died in the presence of his Sisters of Mary and Brothers of Christ, which he founded in Busan, South Korea, and brought to Manila in 1985.

The amazing ministry of Father Al, as he is affectionately called, was putting up the Girls Town and Boys Town in Silang, Cavite, and Cebu. These institutions have given at least 11,000 less privileged Filipino youth access to education.

The nuns and students mark the 20th anniversary of his death on March 16 at the Girls Town in Barangay Biga in Silang. Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle will lead the Concelebrated Mass at 10 a.m.

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SMS Adlas Boystown Soars again in 2 Competitions

The team (Ronald Tolentino, Wilmar Sabalsa & Jeffrey Bonzo) with Coach Mr. Juanito A. Sariego II and Sr. Nory Espulgar, SM
The “Cavite Search for Math, Science and Computer Wizards 2012” was held last February 15, 2012 at the De La Salle University, Dasmariñas Campus. Twenty (20) schools, private and public, within Cavite joined the annual search for the best.  The Sisters of Mary School Boystown earned First Runner-up with Php 4,000.00 cash gift and certificates.


The team (Christian Mahilom, Ray Anthony Dela Cruz, Maucel Caacbay, Noel Garcia Jr., Lexter John Fulgencio and Roman Baluyot Jr.) with Coach Mr. Mark Lester Agellon and Sr. Nory Espulgar, SM
The Manila Tytana College (MTC) sponsored the “MTC – IT Wizards and Artists Competition” last February 22, 2012 with twenty-two (22) teams vying for the title. The team entered the Final Ten the last yet eventually ended as the events’ champion. They received medals and certificates plus a 50% off on Tuition Fee (for the first sem. only) if they decide to study in MTC.


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