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From Wikipilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide Anniversary Celebration {{#invoke:InfoboxImage|InfoboxImage|image=|size=|sizedefault=frameless|upright=1.1|alt=}} Official name Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide Anniversary Celebration Also called JIL Church Worldwide Anniversary Celebration Observed by Philippines Liturgical Color Green Significance Commemoration of the Founding Anniversary of "Jesus is Lord Church" and the Birth Anniversary of it's founder, international president Bro. Eddie C. Villanueva. Celebrations Anniversary of the Founding of Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide, Birthday Celebration of Eddie Villanueva Begins October 25 Ends October 27 Date October 25 2016 date October 8-10 2017 date October Template:Weekday in month  ( Error: Invalid time. ) 2018 date October Template:Weekday in month  ( Error: Invalid time. ) 2019 date October Template:Weekday in month  ( Error: Invalid time. ) Next time Template:Date-mf Duration 3 day Frequency annual

Jesus is Lord Church Anniversary Celebration is an annual event that gathers a celebration of the Roman Catholic religious group's anniversary since October 1979. Organized by Jesus is Lord Church, the City Government of Manila, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, and the National Parks Development Committee since October 1986, the event is dubbed as "the annual, biggest, the grandest and the mammoth celebration in the world".

For the twenty-eighth time in the history of Rizal Park and the whole of Metro Manila for that matter, about five million people joined the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration of the Foundation at the national park from October 27, 2013.

The participants crowded the 61-hectare national park and adjacent areas-Roxas Boulevard, Taft Avenue, United Nations Avenue, T.M. Kalaw St., Port Area, and Jones Bridge. Some of them came to the venue as early as three days before the event. They came not only from Metro Manila, but also from provinces of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Abra, Isabela, Cagayan, Batanes, Quirino, Nueva Vizcaya, Benguet, Ifugao, Mountain Province, Kalinga and Apayao, northern Luzon provinces of Pangasinan, La Union, Baguio City and Benguet, Ifugao, Mountain Province, Tarlac, and Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Bataan, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon, Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan, Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Sorsogon and the island-provinces of Catanduanes and Masbate, Aklan, Antique, Roxas City and Capiz, Iloilo City and Province, Guimaras, Bacolod City and Negros Occidental, Dumaguete and Negros Oriental, Cebu City & Province, Siquijor, Bohol, 4th and 5th Districts of Leyte, Tacloban City and Leyte, Western Samar, Eastern Samar, Northern Samar, Biliran and Southern Leyte, Cagayan de Oro and Misamis Oriental, Ozamiz City and Misamis Occidental, Iligan City and Lanao del Norte, Marawi City and Lanao del Sur, Malaybalay City and Bukidnon, Dipolog City and Zamboanga del Norte, Pagadian City and Zamboanga del Sur, Camiguin, Butuan City, Surigao City, Bislig City, Tandag City, Bayugan City, Cabadbaran City, Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Dinagat Islands, Davao City, Davao del Norte, Davao del Sur, Davao Occidental, Davao Oriental, Compostela Valley, Cotabato City and Maguindanao, North Cotabato, General Santos City and South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani Province, Zamboanga City, Dipolog City and Zamboanga del Norte, Pagadian City and Zamobanga del Sur, Isabela City and Basilan, Ipil and Zamboanga Sibugay, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi.

Most of the attendees were already in the venue days before the overnight affair beamed live nationwide via satellite over ABS-CBN Channel 2, PTV-4, ABC Channel 5, GMA Channel 7, RPN Channel 9 and IBC Channel 13 and on radio DZXL RMN Manila 558, DZBB Radyo Bisig-Bayan 594, DZMM Radyo Patrol 630, DZRH 666 and DZRV Radio Veritas 846.

Each year, the anniversary celebration of Jesus is Lord Church and the birthday celebration of Bro. Eddie Villanueva makes its way the participants crowded along the streets of Rizal Park, Port Area and the Quiapo district, with attendees reaching up to 6 to 8 million. In recent years, the traffic re-route was altered due to a rise in vehicular and stampede accidents, and to afford other neighbourhoods a chance to participate in the festivities.

Since 1993, the celebration held on the second Sunday of October now commences at 9:00 a.m. with the praise and worship, followed by the standing assembly in singing the Philippine National Anthem. Representatives of various religious groups then lead the Invocation.

Before noon of October 6, in observance of Bro. Eddie's birthday, the attendees feasted on roasted chickens, pigs and calves as a gift of the family and friends for his natal day. Early in the afternoon, the crowd jubilantly caught with their umbrellas inverted thousands of miracle-souvenir handkerchiefs thrown into the air from several helicopters. A thanksgiving prayer was offered by Bro. Eddie for his birthday and for the anniversary of Jesus is Lord Church. He also led the congregation in prayer for their prayer-requests, which were tied to balloons and released to the air at the signal of Bro. Eddie.

In the 2013 celebration last October 27, 2013, His Excellency, President Benigno S. Aquino III, the guest of honor in the occasion, gave his greetings and message to the crowd. The President was with the Aquino Family. In attendance also were some members of the cabinet; several senators led by Senate President Franklin Drilon; several congressmen led by House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr.; and friends of Bro. Mike Velarde of El Shaddai from the business, entertainment, media, legal, and religious sector.

A Thanksgiving Mass was led by His Eminence Gaudencio Rosales, Archbishop-Emeritus of Manila, together with Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, Archbishop of Manila; Jose S. Palma, Archbishop of Cebu, Ricardo Cardinal Vidal, Archbishop-Emeritus of Cebu, Very Rev. Msgrs. Mariano T. Balbago Jr. of Antipolo Diocese and Mario A. Castillo; and Rev. Fr. Anton Pascual and Rev. Fr. Sanny de Claro, spiritual directors of the DWXI Prayer Partners Foundation International. Joining them also were several spiritual directors from the international chapters of the Foundation namely Reverend Fathers Bernard J. Nolan of Brisbane, Australia; Leo E. Steinbock of Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.; and Thomas Kawamura of Tokyo, Japan, as well as from the Philippines namely, Dwight de Jesus; Remigio Mendoza of Mabini, Batangas; Manheim Abellana, SDB; Eligio Santos of San Ildefonso Parish, Makati; and Stephen Punnakal and Victor Maung Thit of the Our Lady of Assumption Parish, Malate, Manila.

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About the Celebration

The Anniversary Celebration Themes are:

TESDA Chief Emmanuel Joel Villanueva said the movement has begun its preparations for this year’s annual festivities. On Wednesday, Jesus is Lord Church’s Fiesta Committee met with the Metro Manila Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council led by Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Chair Francis Tolentino to discuss plans on how to manage security, emergency traffic and crowd control during the event, would feature the Bro. Eddie Villanueva’s birthday thank-offering salo-salo simultaneously from the Quirino Grandstand at the Rizal Park to the Port Area to the Plaza Miranda in Quiapo, Manila.

History

1979

On October 5, 1978, Bro. Eddie C. Villanueva invited his listeners for a Thanksgiving Holy Mass and Worship and Healing Prayer Rally that was held at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Santa Mesa Campus on the Thursday nearest his birthday, October 6. About one thousand people attended the affair and experienced the miracle-working power of God! Encouraged by the success of the rally, Bro. Eddie scheduled a monthly Roman Rite Holy Mass and Worship and Healing Prayer Rally at the DWRV Compound in Quezon City. Some time later, as more people came to be led back to the Lord Jesus Christ, the rally was held weekly. A monthly Catholic Life-in-the-Spirit Seminar (CLSS) and a weekly fellowship were also held at the 22nd Floor, Strata 2000 Building, F. Ortigas Jr. Avenue, and Ortigas Center in Pasig City. After a while, Bro. Eddie decided to air his program three times a week and began thinking of a new title and theme song for it. At this time, a friend gave him a magazine entitled "Jesus is Lord," which quickly aroused his interest. He made a study of the meaning of the term and discovered that it was one of the seven Covenant Names, by which God the Father revealed Himself to Israel. Jesus is Lord, the motto of the World Council of Churches. The most popular and briefest was "Jesus is Lord" found in 1 Corinthians 12:3; Romans 10:9 and probably in the baptisms referred to in Acts 8:16; 19:5 and 1 Cor 6:11 since their being described as "in the name of the Lord Jesus" certainly seems to imply that "the formula 'Jesus is Lord' had a place in the rite". The phrase might be extended as "Jesus Christ is Lord" as in Philippians 2:11. Shortly, he heard the song "Jesus is Lord" over Radio DWRV 860 itself: "Jesus is Lord" by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend

Jesus is Lord
The cry that echoes through creation
Resplendent pow'r eternal Word our Rock
The Son of God
The King whose glory fills the heavens
Yet bids us come to taste this living bread
Jesus is Lord
Whose voice sustains the stars and planets
Yet in His wisdom laid aside His crown
Jesus the man who washed our feet
Who bore our suffering
Became a curse to bring salvation's plan
Jesus is Lord
The tomb is gloriously empty
Not even death could crush this King of love
The price is paid the chains are loosed
And we're forgiven
And we can run into the arms of God
Jesus is Lord,a shout of joy a cry of anguish
As He returns and every knee bows low then every eye and every heart will see His glory the judge of all will take His children home.

Through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, the weekly fellowship came to be called the DWRV Prayer Partners Jesus the Healer, since Radio DWRV was the broadcast medium, he and his first listeners became prayer-partners, and Jesus is Lord was the Divine Name revealed to him by God. Every week, God added thousands of new prayer-partners to this community by means of the Good News aired over the radio DWRV and the Mass and Healing Rallies held all over Metro Manila and nearby provinces. As the community grew, they voluntarily gave their tithes and miracle-seed-of-faith offerings to support the radio program "Jesus the Healer" and the Roman Rite Holy Mass and Worship and Healing Prayer Rallies. Some prayer-partners even volunteered to serve without compensation. Inspired by the outcome of events, Bro. Eddie thought it was time to formally organize the community. Thus, the Jesus is Lord Fellowship, Inc. was established, which in due time was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. It was organized, primarily, as an institution where Bro. Eddie could channel his tithes and donations derived from his real estate business and other companies to support the religious activities of various Catholic charismatic groups and some projects of charitable organizations. These however were not enough to support the expenses of the newly-founded Roman Catholic charismatic community, especially the radio programs of DWRV Radio Veritas and the Roman Rite Holy Mass and Worship and Healing Prayer Rallies. And so, he had to continue shelling out funds from his own personal earnings. For him, though, it was a great enough blessing from Jesus is Lord that his radio listeners came to know Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour and was receiving answers to their prayer-requests. From 1986 to present, other chapters were formed in Abkhazia, Afghanistan, Akrotiri and Dhekelia, Åland Islands, Anguilla, Armenia, Aruba, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bonaire, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Brunei, Bulgaria, Cambodia, China, Christmas Island, Clipperton Island, Cocos Islands, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Curaçao, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Egypt, Estonia, Federal Dependencies of Venezuela, Finland, French Guiana, French Polynesia, Gabon, Gambia, Gibraltar, Greenland, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guam, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guernsey, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Isle of Man, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jersey, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kosovo, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Macedonia, Madagascar, Madeira, Malawi, Malaysia, Mali, Malta, Maldives, Martinique, Marshall Islands, Mayotte, Mauritania, Mauritius, Melilla, Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Montserrat, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nagorno-Karabakh, Nauru, Navassa Island, Nepal, Netherlands, North Korea, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norfolk Island, Northern Cyprus, Northern Mariana Islands, Norway, Nueva Esparta, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Palestine, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Réunion, Russia, Rwanda, Saba, Saint Barthélemy, Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Martin, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, San Andrés and Providencia, San Marino, São Tomé and Príncipe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Sint Eustatius, Sint Maarten, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, Somalia, Somaliland, South Korea, South Ossetia, South Sudan, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Suriname, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Togo, Tonga, Transnistria, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, kahmcxln. louis comfort tiffanyUkraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vatican City, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia and Zimbabwe. These were formed by Filipino and foreign prayer-partners working abroad, who were motivated by the desire to bear witness to the love and goodness of Jesus Christ our Lord. With the emergence of the chapters abroad, the corporate name registered with the SEC was amended to Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide, Incorporated. Later in 1993, the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) realized that the growth of the Foundation, particularly since it was affecting Catholics, could not be taken for granted any longer. Most Rev. Teodoro C. Bacani Jr., DD, then-Auxiliary Bishop of Manila and Overall Spiritual Director of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement (CCRM) in the Archdiocese of Manila, invited Jesus Miracle Crusade International Ministry spiritual director Pastor Wilde Almeda, El Shaddai Servant-Leader Bro. Mike Z. Velarde and Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide founder and spiritual director Bro. Eddie C. Villanueva to the CBCP Conference on January 24, 1993, to shed light on what was going on in the Foundation. On that occasion, Bishop Bacani was beside Pastor Wilde, Bro. Mike and Bro. Eddie, not to defend him, but to bear witness to what God was doing through the Foundation. The result of the meeting was satisfactory because most of the questions asked were clearly and humbly answered by Bro. Eddie.

1979

On October 13 to 14, 1979, during its First Anniversary Celebration of Jesus is Lord Fellowship at the DWRV Compound in Pasig City one year after the founding of Jesus is Lord Fellowship on October 5, 1978, about five thousand people witnessed and experienced the miracle touch of Jesus is Lord.

1980

Some eight thousand people gathered together on the Second Anniversary Celebration of the Jesus is Lord Fellowship at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) on October 12, 1980. Even the seemingly indifferent PICC staffs were surprised because the affair lasted one whole day and it was the first time that it’s Reception and Plenary Halls were filled to capacity.

1981

The Third Anniversary Celebration of the Jesus is Lord Fellowship was celebrated with an Overnight Roman Rite Holy Mass and Worship and Healing Prayer Rally at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium in Vito Cruz, Manila, from October 17 to 18, 1981. It rained heavily throughout the affair, but the estimated two hundred thousand attendees stayed until it ended in the morning.

1989

As early as 9:00 a.m. of October 8, 1989, members and followers of the Jesus is Lord Fellowship began trooping to the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium in Vito Cruz, Manila to participate in its Eleventh Anniversary. By midnight of Monday, October 9, 1989, the entire stadium was jammed with over half a million people from all over the Philippines to take part in an overnight activity of praise and worship dedicated to Jesus Christ our Lord, our Savior. Bishop Teodoro C. Bacani, together with some Roman Catholic priests from the different parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila, Archdiocese of Lipa and Archdiocese of Cebu, led the Holy Mass.

1990

From October 13 to 14, 1990, the Twelfth Anniversary of the Jesus is Lord Fellowship was held at the Quirino Grandstand in Rizal Park, Manila. In attendance were thousands of its members and followers, who experienced the wonderful works of the Holy Spirit as they praised and worshipped to Jesus and listened to His Word despite a storm which flooded some parts of the venue with knee-deep water.

1991

The scenario of the Thirteenth Anniversary of the Jesus is Lord Fellowship held at the Quirino Grandstand in Rizal Park, Manila, from October 12 to 13, 1991, was identical to that of its 12th Anniversary. Nevertheless, the almost half a million attendees braved the monsoon rains and knee-deep flood to give thanks, praise and worship to God.

1992

On the occasion of the Fourteenth Anniversary Celebration of the Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide held at the Quirino Grandstand in Rizal Park, Manila, from October 17 to 18, 1992, more than one-and-a-half million prayer-partners attended the affair. His Excellency, President Fidel V. Ramos, gave his greetings to the congregation.

1994

For the first time in the history of Rizal Park and the whole of Metro Manila for that matter, about three million people joined the Sixteenth Anniversary Celebration of the Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide at the national park from October 8 to 9, 1994. The participants crowded the 61-hectare national park and adjacent areas-Roxas Boulevard, Taft Avenue, UN Avenue, T.M. Kalaw St., Port Area, and Jones Bridge. Some of them came to the venue as early as three days before the event. They came not only from Metro Manila, but also from Cavite, Laguna, Pampanga, the Ilocos Region, Quezon, the Bicol Region, Sorsogon, Leyte, and other distant provinces. Also present were members from different overseas chapters of the Foundation.

1996

His Excellency, President Fidel V. Ramos was the guest of honor during the Eighteenth Anniversary of the Foundation at the Quirino Grandstand, Rizal Park, Manila on October 13, 1996. In line with the anniversary theme, which is unity, leaders from the different charismatic groups and religious groups were invited to speak in a CLSS. During the Thanksgiving Mass officiated by Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin, a mass wedding took place, in which 5000 couples who had been living together as common-law spouses finally tied the knot.

2012

Two days after the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Season 75 Men’s Basketball Tournament Finals between the Ateneo de Manila University Blue Eagles versus University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers at Smart Araneta Coliseum on October 11, 2012, at least nine million participants participated in the 34th Anniversary Celebration of Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide, with no less than the President of the Republic of the Philippines, His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III as guest-of-honor in the celebration, traversing a crowd from the 61-hectare Rizal Park to Port Area to the Quiapo church in a celebration that lasted twenty-four hours from 7:00 a.m. of Sunday, October 14, 2012 to 8:00 a.m. of Monday, October 15, 2012.

2013

2014

“We are not afraid”

By Maria Ceres P. Doyo Manila, Philippines, October 27, 2014 (INQUIRER) - “MR. PRESIDENT does not worry about us being afraid. We have been threatened by experts. We have faced bullets outside the silver screen and faced down tanks with only rosaries in our hands.”

Former President Fidel V. Ramos’s voice reverberated yesterday in Makati City as an estimated 70,000 marched in unison and stood shoulder to shoulder to denounce Charter change now, suppression of press freedom, compromise with the Marcoses, and cronyism.

In a rally of a magnitude not seen since the decline of the Marcos dictatorship, Paner and Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle exhorted pro-democracy advocates to preserve the gains of Edsa, and sent a stinging message of no surrender to President Benigno Aquino III.

Other, as fervent, mass actions were held simultaneously in major cities in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, drawing an estimated total of 160,000 people.

Ramos and Tagle did not mince words in getting their message across.

Addressing the President, Ramos said: “We will not surrender the guarantees of freedom and good government for which we paid so dearly. We will not allow those who plundered our country to return to power no matter who they think their best friend is.”

Warned Tagle in Filipino: “Mag-ingat ang mga may masasamang balak para sa kalayaan. Lalaban kami. Hindi kami uurong (To those hatching sinister moves against freedom, I say beware. We shall fight. We shall never surrender).”

The Ayala business center, site of anti-Marcos rallies in the 1980s, turned yellow once again as a continuous downpour of confetti competed with sudden rains.

Elected officials, Church and grassroots leaders joined the pork barrel groups on the stage set up in front of the bronze statue of the President's slain father, former Sen. Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. at the corner of Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas.

The Cardinal's spokesperson, Atty. Hernando Cabrera told the INQUIRER that Sin was “very happy and very proud” of the turnout at Ayala.

The turnout of 70,000 was estimated by the INQUIRER based on the ground area of streets occupied, at the density rate of two persons per square meter.

“A strong moral message has been sent. Democracy is alive and well. People came in big numbers in bad weather. This is a good sign,” said Makati Business Club chair Guillermo Luz.

Former Solicitor General said: “These are the preliminary stirrings of potential unrest.

“One has to give in, and I am sure that the rallyists (at Ayala) did not brave the rains just to give in. This is a strong message that they would not be cowed into submission.”

Chavez attended the Ayala rally with Peter Muller, one of the foreign witnesses who testified on the $13.2-billion Swiss account allegedly held by Irene Marcos Araneta.

Issue “The issue is not whether to remove the economic provisions of the Constitution,” Ramos said.

“The issue is whether these are all we stand to lose--or we may well ask: Will cherished rights and liberties are lost as well?” Ramos was referring to Mr. Aquino’s assurances that only economic and not political provisions in the Constitution would be amended.

“The issue is not whether the Charter should be changed, but why now, when Malacañang admits it does not yet know what should be changed,” Aquino said, citing more pressing problems that needed to be addressed.

“Why now, when not only are kidnapping and bank robbery on the rise, and drug addiction and drug dealing at an all-time high, but agents of the National Bureau of Investigation are into car (theft)? Their building even blew itself up. Are these not more disturbing concerns for foreign investors?” she added.

Tagle who usually speaks in English, spoke in strong Filipino this time: “Narito tayo para sabihin sa lahat: Hindi na kami papayag na lokohin muli. Natuto na kami. Hindi na kami papayag paglaruan ng kahit sino ang ating kalayaan.Pinaghirapan natin ito (We are here to tell everyone: We will not allow ourselves to be fooled again. We have learned our lesson. We will never allow freedom to be manipulated by anybody. We have suffered a lot for it).

To Mr. Aquino’s statements that the protests against Charter change were causing division, Tagle said: “The source of all disorder is Cha-cha. If there is no Cha-cha, then the nation will be at peace.”

He added: “The root of our economic problems is not Charter change. Corruption in government is the cause. Investors' money is wasted in bribes and payola. If the government is clean and honest, even if there are many restrictions in the Constitution investors will come because they know they will get a fair deal.”

Promises Quoting Archbishop Socrates Villegas, head of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines, the Cardinal said “changing the Constitution was certainly not in the campaign promises of those now elected in office,” and that “in fact, they even solemnly swore before God to follow the Constitution and protect it.”

Tagle noted that the Constitution was always being toyed with if there were economic and political problems, or if the Philippines had to show its indebtedness to foreigners.

“Kawawa naman ang Konstitusyon. Ginagamit nating palusot (Poor Constitution. It is always used as a scapegoat)”, he said.

He added: “Is Charter change the answer to political problems? The problem is political ambition. Politicians say they cannot do much because their term is short. We say: If they cannot do anything in a short period, they can't do anything even if they prolong their term. If they are lazy and corrupt during their first term, they will be lazy the next time.”

Then he exclaimed: “Tama na! Palitan agad ang mga corrupt at tamad sa gobyerno (Enough! Remove the corrupt and the lazy in government at once)!”

Ramos assailed those surrounding the President, saying: “The issue is trust. Not trust in the President but in the company he keeps. I trust the President. But who can trust the people who stepped out of the police lineup of the People Power Revolution?”

She pointed out: “Of course, we should not be telling the President what kind of company to keep. But he cannot expect us not to worry when he tinkers with the Constitution given the company he keeps.” “We are not saying that this administration is like the Marcos regime, but we do have cause to worry, because even George Hamilton is back. The characters in power today are the ones the people threw out yesterday.” Hollywood actor Hamilton, a close friend of Imelda Marcos, is said to be a beneficiary of the Marcos largesse. He is reported to have borrowed huge sums of money from the former first lady. Back again “The Marcoses and their cronies lost every election for national office,” Aquino said. “But they are back again because of a popular President who did not say in the campaign that he was taking them with him. Maybe he did not know. But they appear to be back in and trying to grab everything they stole.”

She took up Mr. Aquino’s biblical-sounding assurance “Be not afraid,” saying: “Yes, Mr. President, we are not afraid… But you are too trusting for our country's own good.

“But trust me, Mr. President, we are not afraid.”

Aquino enumerated threatening instances, and stressed that fear had never gotten in the way.

But she cited things “of which we are afraid”—“evils that may tear up the country again” and “the past breaking loose in the present with a Marcos restoration.”

“Mr. President,” she said, it is not just the future, but the present that calls for courage, clarity of vision and concord. “It calls for vigilance against the return of a past this nation paid so high a price--in blood, tears and wasted years--to escape.”

Ramos also spoke of freedom of the press and her own experiences of it.

Ramos had earlier made the assurance that the pro-democracy rally was not against the President’s person.

Yesterday, he issued a similar assurance: “This is not a fight against him. He has been President only one year. He was only representative of Tarlac, Philippine senator and now Philippine President.”

“This is a fight against a 29-year dictatorship and a dark legacy that refuses to die.”

‘Magical’ Among those present at the rally was Rene Saguisag, who briefly served as Aquino’s spokesperson and legal adviser.

Saguisag described the mood of the rally as “euphoric” and “magical,” and a celebration of the Edsa spirit.

The former senator recalled the various campaign rallies in February 1986 on Ayala, which also drew huge crowds.

“But it was nothing like this. Then, it was personality-oriented and the weather was divine. Now (the weather) is feisty. At the time, Marcos was universally despised. This time we are up against a popular President,” he said.

“The turnout is incredible--the palpable excitement, the sense of commitment. It is delightful to be present at the reconvening of the parliament of the streets when you are betrayed by your President.”

Saguisag said the rally had delivered its message to Mr. Aquino. “The people should exercise from time and time the sovereign right to speak directly to the leadership and deliver the kind of message that we thought we did this afternoon,” he said.

“We had the number, the quality, the entire spectrum, walang hakot .” Satur Ocampo, former spokesperson of the communist-led National Democratic Front, said it was the first time that various issues converged and attracted a united front.

“A broad front, not only the traditional politicians, not only the Left but also sections in the business community, the basic masses, are united here in the registration of a basic opposition,” Ocampo said. “There is a very strong message against the return of the Marcoses, or a Marcos style of government.” Ocampo warned the President against being headstrong regarding Charter change and pursuing his tough stance against the press. “If that is his response, he is asking for an intensification of confrontation with the people. Even Cory and Sin have said that he should step aside for the people,” Ocampo said. “He is asking for trouble. This is as a warning to him.” Jose Ma. Sison, NDF chief political consultant, had a stronger message: “A broad united front should strive to oust the Aquino ruling circle from power and replace it with a government of national unity and people's democracy.”

Conviction Fr. Monching Carillo, a parish priest of San Pedro, Laguna, said that if it came to a contest, the Ayala rally won over the three-day El Shaddai gathering at Quirino Grandstand, Rizal Park in time for the pastoral and state visit of Pope Francis here in the Philippines on October 23 to 27. “It's not the numbers, but the conviction,” Carillo told the INQUIRER.

He said the people who braved the rains and other difficulties to join the rally showed the strength of their conviction against the issues raised.

“We came here because we are against Charter change, for one. We did not come for lechon,” he added.

The CBCP said the rallies nationwide were “very successful” despite the inclement weather.

“There's no way of giving an exact estimate. All the rally venues in the major provincial cities were all filled to capacity,” said Msgr. Hernando Coronel, a CBCP spokesperson.

Coronel also said the Philippine National Police's estimate that 9,000 people were at the Ayala rally was unbelievable. “Maybe that's the number of policemen they deployed,” he said. Dirty tricks

Certain sectors made a last-ditch effort to prevent people from joining the Ayala rally by distributing leaflets indicating that communists were behind the mass action.

The 6”-by-8” leaflets, circulated in various government offices, including police and military camps in Quezon City, contained a seven-line invitation to join the “Ramos-Cardinal Tagle Rally and put an end to the Aquino regime.”

On the leaflets were pictures of three top officials of the NDF and Communist Party of the Philippines--Sison, Luis Jalandoni and Gregorio Ka Roger Rosal.

People who got a leaflet said it was apparently intended to sow fear among would-be rally participants. With reports from Donna S. Cueto, Dona Pazzibugan and Dave Veridiano

160,000 rally outside Metro

Manila, Philippines, October 27, 2014 - SOME 160,000 people outside Metro Manila heeded the call of the Catholic bishops and former President Fidel V. Ramos to join the pro-democracy rallies in time for the four-day pastoral and state visit of Pope Francis here in Manila.

Neither strong rains nor winds brought about by Typhoon Luding prevented protesters from joining the marches in Metro Manila and other parts of Luzon. Dripping wet, many trudged on under the banner of their organizations.

But others sought refuge in churches and covered gymnasiums where they held the rallies.

In the Visayas and Mindanao, protesters were greeted with generally fair weather. But their opposition to Charter change, threats to press freedom and the return of Marcos cronies were not as less intense as that of their counterparts in Luzon.

LUZON: Protest marches held in the eye of the typhoon

PROTESTERS in Ilocos Sur, La Union, Baguio City, Pangasinan, Nueva Vizcaya and Pampanga braved the heavy downpour and strong winds to protest the government's proposal to change the Constitution and scrap the pork barrel.

About 500 protesters, including teachers and students, carrying anti-Charter change placards and umbrellas marched on Session Road in Baguio City.

Others chose to march without their umbrellas and rain gear, ignoring the heavy downpour that drenched their bodies.

Baguio-Benguet Bishop Carlito J. Cenzon, C.I.C.M. said there might be a pro-democracy rally after October 26. “We believe that there is a need to change our Constitution but this is not the right time for it. I still don't want to be an alien in my homeland,” he said.

Dripping wet, Jeanette Ribaya of the Cordillera multi-sectoral alliance, said Cha-cha was a threat to national sovereignty and patrimony.

More than 1,000 members of religious, student and civic groups disregarded the rains to support the pro-democracy rallies in Candon and Vigan towns in Ilocos Sur.

Telephone brigade

In Ilocos Norte, the Catholic Church offered Masses in all parishes in support of the rally. Some sectors lit candles in front of their homes while other groups formed a telephone brigade asking friends to call television stations conducting a poll survey to register their vote against Charter change. Despite the possibility of flash floods, current Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan and some 1,000 residents went to Makati to join the rally.

About 600 protesters belonging to the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) and ally organizations staged a protest rally at the city proper.

Members of the Kilusan para sa Pambansang Demokrasya (KPD) in Central Luzon sang their version of “Que rico Vacelon,” a popular cha-cha tune, before proceeding to Makati.

Jay-Ar Hipolito and Mel Soto, artists from the KPD's Teatrong Bayan, said they wrote the song to “help the people get the basic point of Charter change.”

Prayers

Anti Cha-cha rallies in Isabela were called off after Typhoon Peping hit Cagayan Valley. Instead, the groups held silent prayers inside churches.

Isabela bishops, priests and members of the Catholic Church signed a manifesto rejecting Charter change, calling it “demonic and hellish.”

In La Union, Bishop Rodolfo Beltran of the diocese of San Fernando asked some 400 lay people, Catholic school principals and school administrators to resist efforts of the administration to amend the Charter.

Despite the downpour, people from the Ilocos, Cagayan Valley and Cordilleras gathered with fanfare at the Saint Louis College gymnasium to echo the Church position on Charter change, cronyism and press freedom.

The gathering was led by representatives from the Catholic Educators Association of the Philippines and the Basic Ecclesial Communities in Northern Luzon.

During the Mass concelebrated by 11 priests from Northern Luzon, Beltran bewailed the lack of transparency and the use of deceit by the Benigno Aquino III administration in pushing for Charter change and Pork Barrel Funds.

In Pangasinan, civic-oriented and religious groups held a motorcade despite the bad weather. At 5 p.m., they led a noise barrage in Dagupan City.

Protesters in a convoy of at least 100 vehicles held a motorcade in Bayombong.

Church bells in Bicol

At least 10,000 people joined the rallies in Bicol.

The “MaRCh-¬Bicol” (Movement against Revision of the Charter¬ Bicol) in Albay was attended by about 5,000 people.

Starting at three points, they braved a short rain and started moving at 1 p.m. amid the pealing of church bells.

They started gathering in the morning at the St. Raphael Church and the Redemptorist Church in Legazpi City and the Ninoy Aquino Park in Daraga town.

The marchers, mostly students, converged at Peñaranda where ecumenical prayers and messages from sectoral representatives were delivered.

Two of their streamers read: “ Pilipino Muna Bago Dayuhan, Huwag Baguhin ang Konstitusyon ,” and “ Crony mo, ihulog mo na sa impiyerno .”

In Sorsogon, bells rang in all churches at 6:00 a.m. and Masses were held simultaneously. Priests enjoined the faithful to participate in the rallies. The assembly point in the capital town was at the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral.

Some 1,000 protesters led by Bayan attended the activity.

Earlier on Thursday, as part of the build-up activities for yesterday's rally, a press forum was organized jointly by Bayan and the 15-year-old Sorsogon's Independent Media Reporters, Inc. to discuss possible actions against “the continuing attacks on press freedom.”

In Naga City, about 2,000 participants joined the rally led by Bayan and the Pandayan para sa Sosyalistang Pilipinas.

Some 2,000 people led by People's Resist against Tyranny staged their own protest action in Iriga City.

Three schools in the small upland town of Buhi in Camarines Sur--St. Bridget’s Academy, Buhi Lyceum and St. Joseph Academy--held their own protest activity.

A Church¬led group also held a “Solidarity” rally in Daet, Camarines Norte.

Residents of Quezon province held a rally on Wednesday. Close to 10,000 people attended the mammoth protest rally on Wednesday in Lucena City.

In Baler, Aurora, Bayan¬Aurora distributed leaflets as gesture of support to the nationwide rallies. Though no protest action was launched, various Church-led organizations earlier voiced out support to the rally.--Reports from Catherine Aquino, Estanislao Caldez, Melissa Curameng, Leander Domingo, Gia Dumo, Kira Espino, Yolanda Fuertes, Peter La. Julian, Juliet Pascual, Imelda Visaya and Villamor Visaya Jr., PDI Northern Luzon Bureau; Bert Basa, Jun Malig and Tonette Orejas, PDI Central Luzon Desk; and Juan Escandor, Rey Nasol, Reynaldo T. Jamoralin and Delfin T. Mallari Jr., PDI Southern Luzon Bureau

MINDANAO: Bishop says Aquino must listen to the people

PROTESTERS in Davao City wore white ribbons to symbolize their “pure intentions” in demanding an end to moves to amend the Charter.

During the march, motorcycle-riding workers from the Kilusang Mayo Uno took the lead, waving red, blue and white flags.

Some placards, carried by high school students read: “Promote life, dump Concord,” “Ang Concord di maayo sa atong isig katawo,” and “Foreign investors make Filipinos poor.” Nuns carried a streamer which read Cha-cha is morally sinful.”

Davao Archbishop-Emeritus Fernando Capalla and Davao Archbishop Romulo Valles said 40,000 attended the rally. “If he wants to serve the people, he must listen,” he said of President Benigno Aquino III.

Capalla disclosed that Mr. Aquino phoned him Monday about his pastoral letter which said that the proposed Charter changes were “outright oppressive” and “morally sinful.”

The archbishop said he stood by his statements.

In Iligan City, Archbishop Elenito de los Reyes Galido told about 1,000 protesters that the Filipino people should fear Mr. Aquino’s promise to change only the economic aspects of the Charter.

Galido called Mr. Aquino III a liar.

In Cagayan de Oro City, some 400 people marched from the Vicente de Lara Park to the city center yesterday morning. At 2 p.m., about 500 students and faculty and university officials conducted a prayer-rally inside the Xavier University campus.

Msgr. Rey Monsanto, vicar general of the archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro, said the attacks on press freedom were “immoral and unjust.” He said the right to free expression and the right to a free and independent press were God-given and must be upheld. Kidapawan Bishop said his opposition to the Cha-cha was based on “faith and moral ground.”

The plan to change the Constitution “will put the people at the losing end,” he said, adding that the “unrestricted coming of foreign capitalists in the country will only cause harm to the economy.”

Simplicia Delada, spokesperson of Cause-Davao del Sur, said some 5,000 people joined the rally in Digos, Davao del Sur. Police, however, placed the number at 1,000.

In General Santos City, some 500 protesters expressed disgust over what they called the “imperious attitude” of the administration of Mayor Adelbert Antonino for preventing them to use the Carlos Garcia Park in front of the City Hall.

Around 20 El Shaddai members joined some 1,500 people in the rally against Charter change in Iligan City.

Heavy rains since yesterday morning spoiled the plan of Western Mindanao’s “anti-Charter change and pork barrel” protesters to gather in Pagadian City.

Some 120 houses were submerged in waist-deep waters for about three hours Friday afternoon.

Rallies in the cities of Zamboanga, Dipolog, Oroquieta and Ozamiz were cancelled, according to a statement of the Alyansang Makabayan in Western Mindanao.

In Dipolog City, at least 1,000 residents joined a prayer rally to denounce the alleged return of Marcosian rule and the administration’s effort to amend the Constitution and scrapping the pork barrel.

The rally, which started at 1 p.m., was disrupted by a power outage. Power was restored only at 4:50 p.m., after the rally. The power outage gripped the entire province of Zamboanga del Norte.

Bishop Jose Manguiran of the Diocese of Dipolog told the crowd that Charter change “would do more harm than good to the Filipino people.”--Reports from Jowel F. Canuday, Ayan C. Mellejor, Rex Godinez-Ortega, Roney C. Pacilan, Bobby Timonera, JB Deveza, Larry C. Agpalo, Allan A. Nawal, Aquiles Z. Zonio and Hernan P. de la Cruz, PDI Mindanao Bureau

VISAYAS: Palma writes down speech so he won’t be misquoted

“DO NOT touch the Constitution!”

With this call, Cebu Archbishop Jose Cardinal Palma rallied the people to be vigilant against any moves to amend the Constitution.

Palma’s call was echoed in at least nine key cities in the Visayas where simultaneous marches and rallies brought to the streets six Catholic Church bishops, including Vidal, and some 95,000 people.

“We must be vigilant. Let as make our voice heard and we must speak out,” Palma said in Cebuano to a cheering crowd of 15,000 who took part in the pro-democracy rally at the Fuente Osmeña Oval in Cebu City.

In Bacolod City, a crowd of 60,000 led by Current Bacolod Bishop Vicente Navarra braved the rain and marched on the city's main plaza to denounce moves to amend the Constitution.

The protest actions also drew 8,000 in Iloilo City; 5,000 in Kabankalan City (Negros Occidental), 3,000 in San Carlos City (Negros Occ.), 1,500 in Tagbilaran City, 1,000 in Kalibo, 1,000 in Dumaguete City, and 500 in Ormoc City.

Some El Shaddai members in Iloilo showed they had a mind of their own. About 20 El Shaddai members from the town of Batorac Viejo joined the anti-Charter change rally in Iloilo City.

Early in his speech, Palma said he wrote his message and read it to the crowd “so that nobody will misinterpret what I truly think and feel.”

This drew laughter among some of the protesters who remembered the conflicting versions of what transpired during the meeting between President Benigno Aquino III and the archbishop on the BRP Ang Pangulo on August 5 in Cebu.

The President had quoted Vidal as saying there was press freedom under the Aquino administration. Vidal denied this, saying he was only referring to state of press freedom in Cebu.

The President also said Vidal promised to help explain the administration's proposed constitutional reforms. This was also belied by Vidal who reiterated his stand against constitutional changes at this time.

“We are not against anybody,” Vidal stressed. “We are only for something.”

“We are for our country's patrimony, we are for economic sovereignty, we are for the entire Filipino people's civil and political liberties,” he said.

Vidal criticized “globalization,” saying this would only worsen the misery of the Filipino people.

He said globalization was being backed by “greedy men” supported by laws such as the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program Law, Banking Sector Reform Law, Omnibus Power Sector Act, Retail Trade Liberalization Act and other “private transnational interests.” The weather in Cebu was overcast but there was no downpour, only a light short drizzle and balmy winds.

Palma attributed the good weather to God's graces.

The Cebu rally also brought together former anti-Marcos street parliamentarians, including former Assemblywoman Nenita Cortes-Daluz and former Cebu City congressman Antonio Cuenco.

Bacolod

In Bacolod City, the protesters represented a cross section of Negros society. They included workers, students and hacienda owners.

While Bacolod Bishop Vicente Navarra was not at the rally, Fortich gave the crowd the moral boost they needed.

“We are gathered together to inform the people that this is not the time for change, this is the time for implementing programs for the poor,” he said.

“Noynoy promised to be for the poor but has failed to fulfill his promise,” Fortich said.

“We do not want to give a chance for a social volcano to destroy the structures of democracy again,” he said.

Navarra said Mike Velarde and Eddie Villanueva’s holding an affair at the same time as the anti-Cha-cha rally showed a defect in his character.

“This is not a contest of popularity. This is a question of showing loyalty to the Constitution, showing loyalty to the church,” Fortich said.

In Iloilo City, Msgr. Jose Gamboa, administrator of the Jaro Archdiocese, called on the President to listen to the people, who he said, were against Cha-cha.

Some 500 members of Bayan staged a separate rally at the Freedom Grandstand near the Iloilo City Hall.

In Tacloban City, the protest action came in the form of a forum on Charter change, initiated by the Freedom from Debt Coalition-Leyte Island Chapter (FDC-LIC).

In Kalibo, Bishop Jose Corazon Tala-oc led the some 1,000 participants in a rally at the Pastrana Park.

“We had been fooled before. Let us not allow ourselves to get fooled again,” was the gist of his message.

In Kabankalan City, about 5,000 persons led by Bishop Patricio Abella Buzon attended the rally at the public plaza amid slight drizzle at 10 a.m.

He called on those who attended the rally to sign petitions against Charter change and to send these to President Benigno Aquino III, the Congress and to local officials.

He also asked the Kabankalan residents not to remove anti-Cha-cha streamers posted in public places and in the homes “so the protests will continue to be felt.”

“We will continue (our anti-Cha-cha protests) even after today, he said.

In San Carlos City, about 3,000 people attended an anti-Charter change Mass officiated by Fr. Alfredo Quiniquitio, judicial vicar of the Diocese of San Carlos, at the San Carlos Borromeo Cathedral.

After the Mass, the people marched around the city to drum up support for the anti-Charter change rally.

In Ormoc, students made up the bulk of those who took part in the rally. Reports by Piedad Y. Gonzalez, Froilan Gallardo, Cynthia A. Borgueta, Carla P. Gomez, Vicente S. Labro, Nereo C. Lujan, Romy G. Amarado, Chito A. Fuentes, Odon S. Bandiola and Recto I. Vidal, PDI Visayas Bureau

Aquino leads ‘prayer for nation’ at JIL anniversary

By Kristine Angeli Sabillo, INQUIRER.net, 6:05 PM | Friday, October 24th, 2014

President Benigno Aquino III on Saturday gave a speech and “prayer for the nation” during the 36th anniversary of the Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide (JILCW) held at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila.

Aquino offered his prayer after JILCW International President Bro. Eduardo Villanueva gave a 28-minute welcoming speech.

“ Biyayaan po ninyo ng tunay na kapayapaan ang aming bayan ,” he said in his prayer. (Bless our nation with real peace.)

The President asked for hope for the people and strength to pursue the “daang matuwid” (straight path).

Aquino lauded the JIL for helping Filipinos and the government in its reform agenda.

He urged the group to continue to help uplift the lives of the people, especially those who are less fortunate.

Aquino praised Villanueva and his son, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Secretary Joel Villanueva. He said the televangelist was clearly focused on the situation of others.

“ Nang dumating ang panahon na tila namnhid na ang maraming kababayan sa korapsyon…nanguna ulit si Bro. Eddie sa panawagan sa pagbabago ,” he said. (At a time when many of our fellow citizens were numb from corruption…Bro. Eddie led the call for change.)

He also pointed out that since the younger Villanueva was appointed TESDA secretary, the employment rate of trainees had increased substantially.

From an employment rate of only 28.5 percent from 2006 to 2008, it rose to 68.5 percent in 2012.

He added that 96 percent of Tesda trainees from April to September this year now have jobs.

After his speech, the President was prayed over by Villanueva and other JILCW officials.

Villanueva said Aquino should receive a pray over because he was sincere and deserving.

Villanueva added that his son, the TESDA secretary, was appointed by Aquino not because of connections but because he was competent and God willed it to happen.

The JIL, founded on October 5, 1978 by televangelist Villanueva, hopes to draw one to four million attendees from Metro Manila and nearby provinces.

The organizers of the event appealed to the public for understanding because of the heavy traffic caused by the celebration.

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JIL prays for Noy’s love life

Evangelist Bro. Eddie Villanueva yesterday led the Jesus Is Lord (JIL) community in praying for President Aquino’s love life. The President was the keynote speaker at JIL’s 36th anniversary celebration and Villanueva’s 68th birthday party at the Quirino Grandstand in Rizal Park, Manila yesterday.

The President was also joined together in this annual gathering at the stage of Quirino Grandstand are: the President’s sisters Ballsy Aquino-Cruz, Pinky Aquino-Abellada and Viel Aquino-Dee and their children Jiggy, Jonty, Kiko, Jia, Manolo and Nina, former presidents Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Joseph Ejercito Estrada and Fidel V. Ramos, Vice President Jejomar Binay, House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte, Jr., Senate President Franklin Drilon, and Supreme Court Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Chairman Atty. Francis Tolentino, Mindanao Development Authority Chairperson Luwalhati Antonino, Philippine National Police Director General Alan Purisima, Manila Police District Chief Leocadio Santiago, Jr., Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Governor Amando Tetangco, Jr., Commission on Higher Education Chairman Patricia B. Licuanan, Cultural Center of the Philippines Chairperson Emily Abrera, National Commission for Culture and the Arts Chairman Felipe de Leon Jr., National Historical Commission of the Philippines Chairman Maria Serena Diokno, National Historical Commission of the Philippines Executive Director Ludovico Badoy, National Library of the Philippines Director Antonio M. Santos, Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office GM and acting chairman Jose Ferdinand Rojas II, Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board Commissioner and CEO Antonio M. Bernardo, Land Transportation Office Chairman Virginia P. Torres, Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board Chairman Winston M. Ginez, Advertising Board of the Philippines founding Chairman Mr. Franciso “Pacquing” Floro, Advertising Board of the Philippines Chairman Bienvenido Niles, Jr., Philippine Association of National Advertisers President Maria Belen Fernando, Association of Accredited Advertising Agencies of the Philippines President Norman A. Agatep, Advertising Suppliers Association of the Philippines Chairman Roy Del Valle, Advertising Suppliers Association of the Philippines President Alfredo Santiago, Jr., Ad Standards Council Chairman Raul Alvarez, Ad Standards Council Executive Director Mila Marquez, Association of Broadcasters of the Philippines Chairman Butch S. Canoy, Chamber of Real Estate and Builders' Associations Chairman of the Board and Director Charlie A.V. Gorayeb, Media Specialist Association of the Philippines President Puneet Arora, Marketing & Opinion Research Society of the Philippines President and GroupM Director Nicco De Jesus, Media Specialists Association of the Philippines president Angelito Pangilinan, Philippine Cable Television Association Chairman Allan Dungao, Philippine Cable Television Association President Cedric Sazon, Independent Blocktimers Association of the Philippines Chairman Ricky Velez, Independent Blocktimers Association of the Philippines President Ron De Los Reyes, Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines Founding President Dr. Donald Patrick Lim, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Director General Joel Villanueva, Presidential Management Staff Chief Julia Abad, Commission on Elections Chairman Sixto Brillantes, Customs Commissioner Ruffy Biazon, National Computer Center Officer-in-Charge Juli Ana E. Sudario, Telecommunications Commissioner Gamaliel A. Cordoba, Internal Revenue Commissioner Kim Jacinto-Henares, Movie and Television Review and Classification Board Chairman Atty. Eugenio Villareal, Optical Media Board Chairman Ronald N. Ricketts, Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordination Agency Executive Director Joselito C. De Vera, Socio-Economic Planning Secretary Arsenio M. Balisacan, Deputy Director-General Nestor R. Mijares IV, Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center Executive Director Cosette Canilao, Independent Realty Corporation (IRC) Group of Companies Chairman of the Board of Directors Andres Bautista, Executive Secretary Pacquito Ochoa, Jr., Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala, Communications and Strategic Planning Office Secretary Ricky Carandang, Director-General of the National Security Council Cesar Garcia, Head of the Presidential Management Staff Julia Abad, Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda, Solicitor-General Francis Jardeleza, Presidential Legal Counsel Eduardo V. de Mesa, Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin, Enviorment and Natural Resources Secretary Ramon Paje, Jr., Budget and Management Secretary Florencio Abad, Jr., Health Secretary Dr. Enrique Ona, Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel A. 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From Wikipilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide Anniversary Celebration {{#invoke:InfoboxImage|InfoboxImage|image=|size=|sizedefault=frameless|upright=1.1|alt=}} Official name Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide Anniversary Celebration Also called JIL Church Worldwide Anniversary Celebration Observed by Philippines Liturgical Color Green Significance Commemoration of the Founding Anniversary of "Jesus is Lord Church" and the Birth Anniversary of it's founder, international president Bro. Eddie C. Villanueva. Celebrations Anniversary of the Founding of Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide, Birthday Celebration of Eddie Villanueva Begins October 25 Ends October 27 Date October 25 2016 date October 8-10 2017 date October Template:Weekday in month  ( Error: Invalid time. ) 2018 date October Template:Weekday in month  ( Error: Invalid time. ) 2019 date October Template:Weekday in month  ( Error: Invalid time. ) Next time Template:Date-mf Duration 3 day Frequency annual

Jesus is Lord Church Anniversary Celebration is an annual event that gathers a celebration of the Roman Catholic religious group's anniversary since October 1979. Organized by Jesus is Lord Church, the City Government of Manila, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, and the National Parks Development Committee since October 1986, the event is dubbed as "the annual, biggest, the grandest and the mammoth celebration in the world".

For the twenty-eighth time in the history of Rizal Park and the whole of Metro Manila for that matter, about five million people joined the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration of the Foundation at the national park from October 27, 2013.

The participants crowded the 61-hectare national park and adjacent areas-Roxas Boulevard, Taft Avenue, United Nations Avenue, T.M. Kalaw St., Port Area, and Jones Bridge. Some of them came to the venue as early as three days before the event. They came not only from Metro Manila, but also from provinces of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Abra, Isabela, Cagayan, Batanes, Quirino, Nueva Vizcaya, Benguet, Ifugao, Mountain Province, Kalinga and Apayao, northern Luzon provinces of Pangasinan, La Union, Baguio City and Benguet, Ifugao, Mountain Province, Tarlac, and Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Bataan, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon, Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan, Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Sorsogon and the island-provinces of Catanduanes and Masbate, Aklan, Antique, Roxas City and Capiz, Iloilo City and Province, Guimaras, Bacolod City and Negros Occidental, Dumaguete and Negros Oriental, Cebu City & Province, Siquijor, Bohol, 4th and 5th Districts of Leyte, Tacloban City and Leyte, Western Samar, Eastern Samar, Northern Samar, Biliran and Southern Leyte, Cagayan de Oro and Misamis Oriental, Ozamiz City and Misamis Occidental, Iligan City and Lanao del Norte, Marawi City and Lanao del Sur, Malaybalay City and Bukidnon, Dipolog City and Zamboanga del Norte, Pagadian City and Zamboanga del Sur, Camiguin, Butuan City, Surigao City, Bislig City, Tandag City, Bayugan City, Cabadbaran City, Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Dinagat Islands, Davao City, Davao del Norte, Davao del Sur, Davao Occidental, Davao Oriental, Compostela Valley, Cotabato City and Maguindanao, North Cotabato, General Santos City and South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani Province, Zamboanga City, Dipolog City and Zamboanga del Norte, Pagadian City and Zamobanga del Sur, Isabela City and Basilan, Ipil and Zamboanga Sibugay, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi.

Most of the attendees were already in the venue days before the overnight affair beamed live nationwide via satellite over ABS-CBN Channel 2, PTV-4, ABC Channel 5, GMA Channel 7, RPN Channel 9 and IBC Channel 13 and on radio DZXL RMN Manila 558, DZBB Radyo Bisig-Bayan 594, DZMM Radyo Patrol 630, DZRH 666 and DZRV Radio Veritas 846.

Each year, the anniversary celebration of Jesus is Lord Church and the birthday celebration of Bro. Eddie Villanueva makes its way the participants crowded along the streets of Rizal Park, Port Area and the Quiapo district, with attendees reaching up to 6 to 8 million. In recent years, the traffic re-route was altered due to a rise in vehicular and stampede accidents, and to afford other neighbourhoods a chance to participate in the festivities.

Since 1993, the celebration held on the second Sunday of October now commences at 9:00 a.m. with the praise and worship, followed by the standing assembly in singing the Philippine National Anthem. Representatives of various religious groups then lead the Invocation.

Before noon of October 6, in observance of Bro. Eddie's birthday, the attendees feasted on roasted chickens, pigs and calves as a gift of the family and friends for his natal day. Early in the afternoon, the crowd jubilantly caught with their umbrellas inverted thousands of miracle-souvenir handkerchiefs thrown into the air from several helicopters. A thanksgiving prayer was offered by Bro. Eddie for his birthday and for the anniversary of Jesus is Lord Church. He also led the congregation in prayer for their prayer-requests, which were tied to balloons and released to the air at the signal of Bro. Eddie.

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