Ang Kalatas Volume IV July 2014 Issue

Still no national artist award for Nora HEALTH & LIFESTYLE | PAGE 20 ENTERTAINMENT | PAGE 15 VOL IV • NO. 10 Australian surgeons help Filipino boy July 2014 | | [email protected] | | @angkalatas MANILA Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle will visit Australia early next month for a series of speaking engagements in Sydney and Melbourne. CARDINAL TO VISIT SYDNEY AFP PHOTO / VINCENZO PINTO CALLED the ‘Smiling Cardinal’, the charismatic Filipino Catholic leader will be in the Archdiocese of Sydney, the Diocese of Parramatta and Melbourne from August 1 to August 5. The public can listen to and meet Cardinal Tagle in some of his speaking engagements. In Sydney, the Cardinal will speak on the topic ‘Christian Families are called to Holiness’ and will also celebrate the Holy Eucharist at the St. Mary’s Cathedral. Cardinal Tagle was recently appointed by Pope Francis as one of three presidents-delegates of the Extraordinary Synod of Bishops who will discuss pastoral challenges and issues related to families. The Synod takes place in the Vatican in October. At 56, he is the fourth youngest cardinal in the world. He was ordained priest in Imus, Cavite, Philippines and after 19 years was appointed and ordained Bishop of the same diocese. In 2011, he was appointed and installed Archbishop of Manila and elevated to Cardinal in 2012. CARDINAL TAGLE IN AUSTRALIA: l AUGUST 1, FRIDAY – St Mary’s Cathedral: 5pm – Evening Prayer (Vespers); 5:30pm – Celebration of The Holy Eucharist; 7:30pm – Talk: Catholic Church in Asia: Joys and Hopes, Griefs and Anxieties l AUGUST 2, SATURDAY – Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, Kingsgrove: 3:30pm – Talk on “Christian Families are called to Holiness” in the parish church; 5pm – Celebration of The Holy Eucharist; 6:15pm – Fellowship in Clune Centre next to the parish church after mass l AUGUST 3, SUNDAY – The Diocese of Parramatta,10am Celebration of Eucharistic Mass; fellowship after the mass, Venue. Parramatta Marist’s High School Gym, 3 Darcy Road, Westmead (5pm, Departs for Melbourne) l AUGUST 4, MONDAY – The Australian Catholic University, 5:30pm – Cardinal Tagle lecture on Joy of the Gospel – Relevance in Asia; thenwill be conferred an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Theology at ACU l AUGUST 5, TUESDAY – Diocese of Melbourne: 6pm – Cardinal Tagle will preside the Lectio Divina at St Patrick’s Cathedral; 7pm – Celebration of The Holy Eucharist