Novena Schedule for 2008 (Updated 07/27/08)

May 28, 2008

Posted for Dr. Anita Cal-Jackson.

Here is the tentative Novena Schedule for the Fiesta of our Senor Santo Tomas de Villanueva for 2008.

First Novena July 6, 2008 Guiley/Bebe Roble Family (Sunday)
Second July 12, 2008 Barriga/Famor Family
Third July 19, 2008 Jojo/Monette Batucan
Fourth July 26, 2008

Proceso/Marieta Hermoso Palos

Fifth August 3, 2008, SUNDAY Lavides/Roble/Ecarma/Escario Families15528 Blaine Ave., Bellflower, CA

Novena: 11:00 am; Mass: 11:30                                     

Sixth August 9, 2008

Rey/Evelyn Espera Family,

23936 Old Pomegranate Rd.,Yorba Linda, CA,

Novena: 5:00 pm; Mass: 5:30pm  

Seventh August 16, 2008

Cabahug & Montegrande Families,

24508 Mariposa Ave, Harbor City, CA, Novena: 4:30 pm; Mass: 5:00pm 



Eight August 23, 2008

Domingo & Jackson Families

41027 Burgess  Ct., Temecula, CA, Novena: 4:30 pm; Mass: 5:00pm 



Ninth August 30, 2008 “Cruise Group”
Fiesta Day September 7, 2008 Silverado Park, Long Beach

A New Merylou is Back Home With Family

May 12, 2008

Merylou whose disfigured face made her unable to stay in school for long, underwent a series of cranio-facial surgery at the Children Hospital Los Angeles under the auspices of Mending Kids International, is back home to her family in Juan Luna, Danao City, arriving May 9, 2008.

A team of doctors of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, led by Dr. Mark Urata, seemed to have done some kind of surgical magic with Merylou’s amazing transformation.

She arrived in Los Angeles on May 27, 2007 with help from PAL Foundation, Inc. (for plane tickets) and some well meaning Danawanons who chipped in to pay for his visa fees and local transpo expenses.

Monching and Mariam Barriga hosted her stay in the U.S. for nearly a year, and taking her to numerous medical appointments. DAUSA Vice Presidnet Marieta Palos, who cared another Danao kid, Keith Montesu’s during his confinement for an open-heart surgery, also kept watch on Merylou at the Children’s Hospital relieving Mariam when unable.
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