Monday, February 18, 2008

Pray for Fr. Raul

Please pray for Fr. Raul as God awakens sleepy souls through words he speaks. Thank you!


Fr. Raul Dael is a diocesan priest from the archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro, Philippines. He entered the College seminary in 1983 at the age of 16. After a decade of indomitable spirit, determination, dedication and generosity to seminary formation, he finished his theology as the 4th batch of graduates of St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in 1993. He was ordained priest on June 7 on that same year at St. Augustine’s Cathedral, Cagayan de Oro City, Phil. In 1997, after more than 4 years of pastoral ministry to three different parishes, he was sent for his licentiate studies in theology at Loyola School of Theology, Ateneo de Manila University, Phil. with spirituality as his field of concentration. After earning the degree, he was assigned at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary as one of the first batch of alumni to serve as professor and formator. He taught courses on systematic and pastoral theology. In 2003, he was sent to Rome to pursue his doctoral studies in spirituality at the Pontifical Gregorian University. At this point, he is now on the challenging stage of writing his dissertation.

Fr. Raul Dael just completed a successful Lenten mission at St. John. He'll be going to St. Catherine Church in Kapaa, Kauai Feb. 18 - 21 and then he said he'll go to the Co-Cathedral. If you would like to attend his mission, I would suggest that you contact the Co-Cathedral for the schedule.

From my friend, Melissa C.


Esther said...

Easter, if you find out about his next talk at the co-Cathedral, could you please let me know?

Mahalo and God bless,

Lisa said...

Hi, Easter,

Please stop by my blog again as I posted a brief reply to your post.

I always enjoy meeting members of the Pauline family.

Your blogs are a wonderful ministry. Thank you for sharing them especially this one honoring priests. St. John Vianney is smiling down on you as is Blessed James Alberione.

Easter A. said...

HI Esther, OK I will try to check.

Easter A. said...

Hi Lisa,

I did and I was happy to do that. Thank you for your reply. :-)

I was happy to have stumbled upon your wonderful blog.

Thank you, Lisa. I can tell you have a soft spot for our priests. Thank you for your words of love and encouragement. I will surely visit you again.