17 Couples Graduated at Prince of Peace Church in Scarborough
By Manuel Papa
March 24, 2017
Prince of Peace Parish presented the MPC Class Certificates to the 17 young couples who recently graduated on their Marriage Preparation Course.
The couples were guided by volunteer Course Conductors who facilitated the seven week course held at PoP Church Hall, to prepare them for their married life. These couples will be married at Prince of Peace Church in 2017.
The couples were given lessons and discussed with them the subjects on Marital Consent, Readiness & Maturity, Wedding Rites, Parenthood, Natural Family Planning, Communication & Intimacy, Spirituality, Sexuality, Stewardship and Budgeting.
The Marriage Preparation Course course was administered by four parishioner couples, who shared their over 190 years of married experience to the young couples who will get married in the Catholic Church in 2017.
PARTNERS FOR CHANGE. Undersecretary Joel B.Maglunsod and OWWA Administrator Hans Cacdac, together International Labor Affairs Bureau OIC Director Mary Sol D. Dela Cruz, meet with the group of repatriated workers from Saudi Arabia who sought assistance in claiming their unpaid wages and benefits from their employers.
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