CFC Philippines STARTS DRUG REHAB PROGRAM
By ANCOP USA Communications)
Couples for Christ has started the 5-step drug rehabilitation program. Responding to Cardinal Tagle’s call for drug traffickers to surrender to their church to avoid getting killed, CFC has launched its rehabilitation program. Above photos show those,who surrendered to church in Quezon City undergoing values formation seminar. Machines,to cleanse organs of drugs will be brought from the US by retired American doctors to help in the program. Organ cleansing for each person lasts 6 months.
CFC ANCOP USA PREPARES FOR ITS DRUG REHAB PROGRAM
By ANCOP USA Communications
The Filipino drug addicts who want to reform and return as useful members of their communities are the first victims of President Duterte’s inconsistent, contradictory and unnecessary anti-American statements.
The American doctors who have agreed to go to the Philippines with rare American invented machines that will cleanse the body organs of the addicts are now delaying their decision to go in light of their concern over what President Duterte’s anti-American statements while visiting China.
This was learned from Roger Santos, Executive Director of CFC ANCOP USA and Margaret Lacson Ecarma of Bohol which are sponsoring the project to be implemented first in Bohol and in Caloocan City.
In fact, the two had been shown how the machines will work and help the addicts get rid of addicting and unwanted chemicals accumulated in their organs.
An American doctor who Intends to participate in ANCOP USA’s drug rehab program demonstrates to Margaret Lacson Ecarma and Roger Santos the machine that will be used to cleanse the bodies of drug addicts. Other in photos are Nap Curameng, Dr. Joe Yamamoto, Dr Mila Yamamoto and Mamie Curameng.
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CFC ANCOP USA’s Sponsor a Priest Program
Meeting attendees from Couples for Christ ANCOP NJ to the meeting with boyish-looking Fr. Gregory Ramon D. GASTON, Rector, Pontifico Collegio Filipino in Rome, held last Nov. 3 at the basement auditorium of St. Joseph Church in Maplewood, NJ. Fr. GASTON expressed his thanks for CFC ANCOP USA’s Sponsor a Priest Program. Please visit www.ancopusa-psp.org
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An eight-year old pageant winner, Mariana Lynn C. Togado, donates her winnings to ANCOPUSA. Mariana, who hails from Tampa Florida, is a multi-talented girl who has won in various state and and national pageants for young girls. She was 2nd runner up in the National American Miss held in Anaheim California in November 2015 and a finalist in the National American Miss Florida. She continues to join pageants locally and nationally enhancing her God-given talents and skills in academics, culture and the arts.
Mariana has sponsored a poor child in the Philippines through the ANCOP USA Child Sponsorship Program. Young as she is, Mariana has chosen to use her cash prizes in the pageants to send a poor child to school in the Philippines. She serves as a model for young people and adults that compassion and a heart for the poor has no boundaries. Even a young child like Mariana can make a difference and change the lives of poor children who otherwise would have no education.
Mariana had been commended by CFC-ANCOPTampa Bay for her active involvement in ANCOP USA activities in raising awareness and generating funds for the poor children. Whether it is an ANCOP Kick-off, ANCOP Dinner Appreciation of Sponsors or the ANCOP Global Walk, Mariana is there to help.
Bro. Rich and Sis. Tina Jensen, ANCOP Tampa Bay Coordinators, said to Mariana, “ We don’t know of any child sponsor as young as you are. We want to let you know that your child sponsorship will truly make a difference in the life of the child you sponsored. Instead of that child being out in the streets with no hope, this child will now have a bright future. We as adults are humbled by your generosity and compassion for the poor children.” (Tina Jensen)
Formerly kidnapped Catholic priest now CFC Spiritual Adviser in Iraq Rev. Douglas Al-Bazi, an Iraqi Chaldean Catholic priest who was kidnapped by ISIS in Iraq in 2006 and released after being tortured for 9 days and his church paying $170,000 in ransom, is visiting the US to speak in various platforms.
Rev. Douglas now serves as pastor of a large parish in Erbil, Iraq, and is the Spiritual Adviser of Couples for Christ (CFC) in that area.
Last Sunday night, the prelate availed himself to be interviewed by the Filipino Reporter (NY) through arrangements made by CFC USA leaders Roger Santos and Rollie Balanza in a New York City restaurant.
Among the subjects discussed were Filipino OFWs (Overseas Foreign Workers) in Iraq; religious freedom and conduct of medical mission by CFC ANCOP in poor areas of Rev. Douglas’ parish.
The Catholic priest had good words for hundreds of Filipinos who worship regularly in his parish. He cited Filipino foods occasionally served to him and the Pinoys’ penchant for pictures.
Rev. Douglas will speak at the United Nations (read more on Holy See excerpts)
Pictured are L-R: Rev. Douglas Al-Bazi, Roger Santos, Rollie Balanza and Manny Caballero. (By ANCOP USA Communication)