Sino Pope Francis? 2015 Manila Schedule Itinerary visit, roads closed list, Kailan, ano favorite food?

Precious Gomez
is a Nurse in the Philippines


Who is Pope Francis? He was born in Buenos Aires on December 17 1936. He is an Italian. His real name o ang tunay niyang pangalan ay Jorge Mario Bergoglio. Pope Francis is the son of Italian immigrants, his father’s name is Mario and was an accountant employed by the railways and his mother Regina Sivori was a house wife. He is a middle-class and have four siblings. He graduated as a chemical technician and nightclub bouncer before beginning the path of the priesthood. He spent most of his pre-papal career as the archbishop of Buenos Aires.


Nang mag-resign si Pope Benedict XVI noog February 28, 2013. The conclave elected George Mario Bergoglio, an Argentine cardinal and Archbishop of Buenos Aires, who selected the papal name of Francis in honor of Saint Francis of Assisi.


“My people are poor and I am one of them”, Ang lagi niyang sinasabi, Pinaliwanag niya ito dahil sa kanyang desisyon to live in an apartment and cook his own supper. Pope Francis will be the first Pope in 110 years not to live in Papal apartments on the third floor of the apostolic Palace. Kilala siya sa kanyang simpleng pamumuhay. He has always advised his priests to show mercy and apostolic courage and to keep their doors open to everyone. Sinasabi ni Pope Francis parati sa iba’t ibang okasyon na Ang pinakamasamang bagay na maaring mangyayari sa simbahan, “is what de Lubac called spiritual worldliness”, which means, “being self-centred”. His project is simple: if you follow Christ, you understand that “trampling upon a person’s dignity is a serious sin”.


What is the favorite food of Pope Francis? Ano paboritong niyang pagkain?


Pope Francis favorite dishes are Empanadas; Roast Sirloin also known as ”Colita de Cuadril”; and Dulce de Leche, a milk-based Argentinian dessert that began appearing on Vatican dining tables when Pope Francis was elected lastyear. In his nature, preferring frugal, healthy meals up of fruit, baked skinless chicken and salads, with the occasional glass of simple wine.






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Schedule of Pope Francis in the Philippines from January 15-19 2015
The head of the Roman Catholic Church worldwide will be in the country on January 15-19, 2015 following his apostolic visit to Sri Lanka.
January 15, 2014- Pope Francis arrival at Villamor Airbase at around 5:45 PM, The official welcome rites will be held.
Pope Francis goes on a motorcade to the Apostolic Nunciature along Taft Avenue in Manila.

January 16, 2014
9:00 a.m.- Welcome Ceremony at Malacañang Palace where the Pope will pay a courtesy call on President Aquino.
10:15 a.m. – Pope’s meeting with the authorities and the diplomatic corps at the Rizal Ceremonial Hall of Malacañang.
11:15 a.m. – Pope will deliver the homily during a Mass with the bishops, priests, men and women of the religious community at the Manila Cathedral in Intramuros, Manila.
5:30 p.m.- Meeting with the families at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.

January 17, 2015- The Pope will visit Tacloban where he will hold a Mass at the Tacloban International Airport at around 10:00 AM.
12:45 p.m.- Meeting with Yolanda survivors at the Archbishop’s Reside in Palo, Leyte.
3:00 p.m.- blessing of the Pope Francis Center for the Poor.
3:30 p.m.- Meeting with priests, women and men of the religious community, seminarians an families of the survivors at the Cathedral before the Pope departs for Manila.

January 18, 2014- Pope Francis brief meeting with religious leaders at the UST at 9:45 AM.
10:30 p.m.- Meeting with the youth at the UST sports field.
3:30 p.m. - Holy Mass by Pope Francis at the Rizal Park in Manila.

January 19, 2014- Pope Francis will leave for Rome at 10:00 AM, after a departure ceremony at the Presidential Pavilion of Villamor Airbase in Pasay City.


Vehicle to be used by Pope Francis in Philippines
Pope Francis will travel in a different car of Pope Mobile during visit here in the Philippines.
Iconic Jeepney- Originally made from converted US military jeeps left behind World War II. Which are known in the country as the “Kings of the Road” and transport anything from people to fram animals and produce. While jeepneys are often painted with colorful religious scenes, the pontiff’s vehicle is white and has an elevated rear deck and seats.
Organisers did not elaborate on the style of the second vehicle, while the third, the popemobile used in South Korea last year, will be flown into the country.

Where did the Pope Francis stay in Philippines during Papal Visit
The Nunciature will be the Pope’s official residences in the Philippines. The Nunciature, which is the Embassy of the Holy See.
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