I miss my only thoughts being “what shall I eat next?”, “what shall I drink next?”, “why is my drinks bill €158371??” I also miss walking down this yellow spotted street everyday that now reminds me of little suns ☀️
On September 30th, the Philippine Chaplaincy/Tahanan celebrated "Family Day," an event that takes place every two years beginning in 2014.
Its main objective is to celebrate family and to feel a sense of community beyond that of the Sunday Mass.
The last Sunday of September was chosen, not only for being the point between summer's end and the beginning of the year, but mainly because September 28th was the feast of San Lorenzo Ruiz, a Filipino lay martyr, and the patron of overseas Filipinos.
You can read more of the story (in its original Spanish) by visiting https://bit.ly/2Afbyc7 and also view the day's events on YouTube at https://youtu.be/CDIszSpNaJY (Article by Menci Molina and courtesy of Misioneros del Verbo Divino Espana)