Archdiocesan School of San Fabian

A Catholic School of the Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan

New Books from Canada for the Elementary Dep’t

Posted by assf69 on January 15, 2009

Fr. Mark Bautista with Fr. Oliver E. Mendoza, Mr. Leonardo Carrera, Principal and the children

Fr. Mark Bautista with Fr. Oliver E. Mendoza, Mr. Leonardo Carrera, Principal and the children

Two boxes filled with books and other educational materials arrived yesterday from the Parish of the Precious Blood and its School, the Cloverdale Catholic School of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver in Canada. The pastor of the Parish of the Precious Blood is Rev. Fr. Mark Bautista, a Filipino and a Pangasinense, who is now actively ministering in the Archdiocese of Vancouver, Canada. Fr. Mark Bautista is also the School Director of the Cloverdale Catholic School.

Fr. Mark Bautista is a former classmate of Fr. Oliver E. Mendoza, the present parish priest of the Parish of St. Fabian, Pope and Martyr and the Director of the Archdiocesan School of San Fabian.They were classmates at the Mary Help of Christians Minor Seminary, Binmaley, Pangasinan and at the San Pablo Seminary, Baguio City during their High School and College days.

Fr. Mark Bautista through the principal of Cloverdale Catholic School, Ms. Trudy Dejardine,  has generously shared with the ASSF Elementary Department besides the books, also several video materials for the elementary pupils. Cloverdale Catholic School has also given three boxes of educational materials to ASSF last year.

The administration, staff and the studentry of the Archdiocesan School of San Fabian express their appreciation and gratitude to the generosity of the Parish of the Precious Blood and the Cloverdale Catholic School.

Fr. Mark with the two boxes of books and educational materials

Fr. Mark with the two boxes of books and educational materials

Fr. Mark with Fr. Oliver

Fr. Mark with Fr. Oliver

An elated Fr. Mark giving the traditional pinsiw (blessing) to the happy children

An elated Fr. Mark giving the traditional "pinsiw" (blessing) to the happy children

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