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LEAVE A MARK OF LOVE

TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

A MESSAGE FROM CYA’S PRESIDENT RAOUL RONCAL I grew up thinking that books are better than toys. My father would often talk about books and how you can enjoy entering into a world that you have never seen before. Reading books has become a huge part of me, and that’s a mark my father left in my life. How do people leave a mark in others’ lives? I believe it all begins with a choice to give themselves away to others. I experienced my father’s love and care for me. He always put the welfare of his family before his own. In all these experiences, I saw my dad giving of himself to us! That is why we “carry him” in our hearts. In the Gospel of John (15:12-13), Jesus said, “This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.” It is clear that Jesus wanted to pass on the love He has for his disciples

to the next generation. That’s you. The key to passing on this love is the willingness to give ourselves to the people that we serve. In order for us to leave a mark, we must be willing to lay down our lives for the love of our brethren and those we are yet to encounter. We are called to leave a mark. What are we to do? One clear command is to love the way Jesus loved us. The “mark” of love is what we leave. If we keep choosing the path towards love, we will definitely leave a mark. You must find in your heart the conviction that this is what you ought to leave behind – a legacy of love. My dad left a mark in my life just because he loved me. Let love move you to go out and leave your mark. The world is badly in need of restoration. Let the love we share be passed on. Go leave a mark of love!

“If we keep choosing the path towards love, we will definitely leave a mark.”

3 A Beautiful Mess

4 LEAVING A MARK (ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD!)

5 26 REALIZATIONS WHILE IN MALAYSIA KAIROS 2016

6 LEAVE A MARK: WYD AND DALEJ 2016!

8 SETTING HEARTS ON FIRE

9 TIME FOR HARVEST

10 BEST FRIENDS IN MISSION

11 R AO U L RO N C A L P R E S I D E N T, T H E P H I L I P P I N E F O U N DAT I O N O F C H R I S T ’ S YO U T H I N AC T I O N

INTERVIEW WITH JOHN KEATING

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t all began as questions. My mind, in its refusal to settle for the things it was made to believe, grew frantically in search for answers. Is God real or simply a product of desperate imagination? Yes, Jesus lived but did He actually rise from the dead? Isn’t faith mere consolation for all the pains of life? God, to me, was nothing more than a convenient, comforting thought that helped humans cope with the harsh reality of life. People would call Him a refuge, and I saw Him exactly like that—but a theoretical one. It came to a point where I was no longer content with what I was forced to believe. Time’s passage took with it what little belief I had in the idea of God. I grew content not believing in God, thinking I have found the answers that no amount of prayer could give. Months ago, I stumbled upon an Internet article

goodness I did not want to let go. When I look back to that time, I realize that it can only be God who was at work in my life at that moment, carefully planning out every single detail. What began as a moment of confusion and helplessness led to a personal encounter with the God I used to doubt. He was only beginning to mess up my happy atheist life. And He was not going to settle with simply messing it up; He was going to turn everything around. I am now a committed member of CYA, bringing with me the joy of knowing the Lord and confessing Him as my God. It wasn’t easy at first. I questioned not only the Lord’s existence, but also the fact that believing seemed to come so easily to other people except

the desire to go wherever He leads me—to bring His love wherever it is needed the most. I look around and see in people a desperate, throbbing need for Jesus, for the love only He can bring. How unthinkable everything has been. No one could have imagined my life to turn out into this beautiful, mercy-filled mess—not even me. Now, I wake up every day aware of His call to be present—even in the suffering of others. My response to His call for compassion is the very least I can do as gratitude for having witnessed Love up close. The desire to leave a mark on the lives of people who need Him the most is what draws me ever closer to Him each day, begging to be used as a channel of His mercy. “I will bring you where only love can go,” He assures me, and reminds me, “for My word never returns to Me empty.”

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E N C O U N T E R W I T H T H E G O D I U S E D T O D O U B T. that said: “How God Messed Up My Happy Atheist Life.” That’s exactly what God did with me. And, it was the most beautiful mess I had ever been in. I lose my scholarship, I quit college; this was the agreement with my parents. And when I did lose my scholarship, I didn’t know what to do. Days of helplessness ended when I got into student assistant work at one school department. That was where I met Poli Aquino, the brother who introduced me to CYA. He knew about my unbelief, invited me to join CYA, and did not stop until I attended the Christian Life Series. It was through him and other brothers and sisters in CYA that I encountered so much of the

me. But, seeking Him led me to ask for forgiveness and, ultimately, peace. It was the kind of peace that also came with courage: to admit that I was wrong, and to say, “Yes, Lord, I know You now.” After surrendering my life to God, I find that what began as questions have now become declarations. “You are my true refuge,” I tell the Lord with burning certainty, “the only one I have.” Today, I know, accept, and confess Him as my God because I have witnessed His work in my life. Indeed, one of the most powerful proofs for Jesus’ resurrection is not the absence of His body from the tomb, but His presence in the lives of those who chose to believe. My heart is filled with nothing but

JAM EL A DABUET is one o f th e f irs t members of CYA-Malaya n C o lleg es Laguna. She is on her 4th yea r s tu d y in g BA Broadcasting. 3


L E AV I N G A M A R K on the other side of the world!

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In household, I improved myself every day. With a consistent prayer time, I was able to set my relationship with God first. I was also able to relate and communicate with brothers in our community well. I hope to pass down the fire granted to me by God, by helping in building up the youth in our own community, raising up the leaders, and deepening the youth’s relationship with God.

When I came back from Household, I often found myself doing things I wouldn’t normally do, for my family and for my friends. The life in household has taught me to always serve others no matter what happens or how you feel. What I would bring back home is what I learned: to be a brother to others and a servant towards others, and to desire to grow more mature in spirit.

In my time as a CYA staffer in Manila, I saw the importance of having students lead and own the mission of CYA. Now that I’m back in Michigan, I’m continuing to apply this in the University Christian Outreach. I’m encouraging our students to have a bigger role in planning our events, leading prayer meetings, and reaching out to their friends. I’m convinced that this will help our students experience the Lord alongside them in service.

J OSH M I R A N DA A N D J OS E PH PAPA a re yout h me mbe rs of the City on the Hill Co m m u n i ty i n C al i f o r n ia . Jos e ph is a c olle ge f re s hma n and Josh is finishing h i s l as t year i n h i g h s chool. They bot h s t aye d in t he P hilippines for a month to j o i n an al l - m e n C YA tr a ining hous e hold. DAV I D D O L S E N i s a Se r va nt s of t he Word brot he r from Ann Arbor, Michigan. H e w en t to th e P h i l i p pine s f or a ga p ye a r. H e s e r ve d as a CYA Staffer, ser ving i n UP D i l i m an an d Atene o. 4


26 ReaWHILE l izat ion s IN K AI RO S M AL AYS I A

1. You don’t make fun of their inability to speak English properly, because they will make fun of your inability to eat spicy food.

influence can turn that 2% minority into the 98% majority.

2. Whenever they make you try their Char Koay Teow or their Mee Goreng, you don’t say no, you just simply open your mouth.

12. God cares for you.

3. If you’re planning to bring fancy shoes, don’t bother. You won’t get to wear them in the room and nobody will get to see how on point your outfit was that day. 4. God loves you. 5. God cares for you. 6. In Malaysia, there are three races: Indians, Chinese, and Malays. So when you come across someone who says they’re Malaysian but they look Indian. You don’t ask this following question: “But where are you really from?”. 7. Milo is a very big thing in Malaysia. If you don’t like Milo, there is a very big possibility you might not see the light of day tomorrow.

11. God loves you.

13. God loves you.

24. You are a Beacon of Light. 25. Do not be afraid. 26. You are the light of the world and the salt of the earth.

14. God cares for you. 15. You need to be reminded again that God loves you. 16. A brother shared to me how he was once persecuted for his faith by someone bigger than him. This brother prayed for him everyday. They’re now the best of friends today. God truly works wonders in our lives. 17. If you want to sound Malaysian, add that -la at the end of your sentence. For example, “Wow you look great todayla!”. 18. For those who have watched WreckIt Ralph. Apparently to the Malaysians, I look like Fix-it Felix. 19. Try the Torpedo soup.

8. You are the light of the world - like a city on a mountain, glowing in the night for all to see.

20. Pray for the Malaysians, the Singaporeans, and the Filipinos. We are God’s youth.

9. When Satan reminds you of your past, remind him of your future.

21. When the Malaysians struggle with their faith, their 2% minority makes them only have one shoulder to cry on. When in here, we have hundreds.

10. Christians in Malaysia are so full of hope and so full of love that their

23. God cares for you.

Last July 7-10, 2016, Kairos Malaysia held a conference for around 100 youth participants from Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines. The theme of this year’s conference, which was held in Penang, was “Be a Beacon of Light for His Glory”.

22. God loves you. ENZO RIZO is a mem b er o f C YA-U P Diliman. He is currently o n h is 3rd yea r taking up Business Admin is tr a tio n . 5


LEAVE A MARK WORLD YOUTH DAY 2016

“Life is always beautiful when we choose to live it fully, when we choose to leave a mark.” – POPE FRANCIS

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Last July 2016, the World Youth Day was held in Krakow, Poland. Pope Francis exhorted around 2 million young Catholics to not waste their lives and to go out and “leave a mark.” Before attending the World Youth Day, around 80 Filipino delegates from CYA and Ligaya ng Panginoon participated in a Pre-WYD Conference called Dalej!, which means “go further.”

“It was very life-giving for me to meet Christians from all parts of the world who loved God as much as I did. I learned about bigger and more relevant issues regarding faith and I was in awe of how clearly God was working in the lives of everyone I met. God’s message to me during one worship: “I want you in the morning, in the afternoon and at night.” I believe this is in line with what I’m called to do to respond to God. He simply wanted me to be more consistent in prayer and to put Him in the very center of my life. It was here that I took to heart becoming the version of myself most pleasing in God’s eyes, and felt to be most embraced by His insurmountable love.”

“Dalej fueled my passion to know God more. Six days of sleeping in a tent with people I don’t know, who live thousands of miles away from me, and speak a different language. Little did I know that they will end up inspiring me with their stories. As sisters in Christ, they all prayed for me, encouraging me to offer my life to the Lord, with no doubts and anxieties. Meeting different people from different nations with the same love for God was beyond amazing.Worshipping with the 450 people from different countries felt like I was in heaven and God was just there, facing me, and telling me that He loves me despite my imperfections and failures.”

- TINTIN YU, 1st year, BS Physical Therapy, UP Manila

- CHESKA NICOLAS, 2nd year, BS Medical Technology, UST

“I’ve returned as someone with more conviction of how powerful the Holy Spirit can be as seen in its impact internationally in the other Kairos groups with greater clarity on the importance of relationships with brothers and sisters. I have no plans on letting the fervor inside me that has been drawn from this privileged experience die down, but to share it with others that they may be drawn to do more mission for the building of God inside the hearts, minds and souls of those they may encounter.” - JAKE TAN, 3rd year, BS Behavorial Sciences, UP Manila

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SETTING HEARTS ON FIRE

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he sound of the distant drumroll hit me with the reality of what I was about to do. The rhythmic, almost hypnotic beat of the drums throbbed through the air. Then there was silence, brimmed with contained excitement and forbearing anxiety on what was about to unfold. I am onstage in the historic People Power Monument, about to deliver my speech, “Ang Bagong EDSA.” It is in this momentary silence that I hear the Lord speak to me, “I am with you. Ayan na. ” Here it comes, says the Lord. In front of me is a sea of Filipino faces who have taken part in the People Power thirty years ago. There were more than a dozen television cameras documenting the national event: the 30th Commemorative Anniversary of the EDSA People Power held last February 25, 2016. I am sharing the stage with icons of People Power and VIP’s, like Etta Rosales, Fidel V. Ramos, Apo Hiking Society, VP Leni Robredo, and then Pres. Noynoy Aquino. The Office of the President handpicked five youth leaders of the country, and out of that five, I was blessed to be able to speak to the Filipino nation about the indispensable role of the youth in nation-building. “Ayan na,” says the Lord. Here it comes. It was the Lord preparing my heart to carry out a part of His big mission for my life. It was the Lord telling me to anticipate for that one big God moment: that He will set my heart on fire. All my doubts, fears and anxieties

vanished when the Lord spoke. I offered my speech as a prayer to Him. I acknowledged the truth that it was He who was speaking, not I. I could not do anything apart from Him. I was just an ordinary, average and struggling medical student. But the Lord, in His mercy, chose me to be His voice to the people. With the whole country watching, and with trembling hands that held the microphone, I delivered the most powerful speech I have written so far. My mother was

” I H AV E B E E N A W IT N E S S ON HOW THIS FIRE CAN T R A N S F O R M A H E A RT T H AT I S N O W T U R N E D T O W A R D H I S V O I C E . ’’ literally crying after my speech. I got countless messages in Facebook telling me how inspiring and moving my message was. It also made headlines in our daily newspapers, and numerous invitations for media interviews followed. With all these, I am humbled. It was powerful, not because of who I am or what I can do. It was powerful because the Lord, in His might and sovereignty, has given me the grace to speak and touch the hearts and minds of people. He really set my heart on fire, and it has been burning ardently ever since. That was what I learned during my big God moment in EDSA: The Lord has been teaching me to leave His

GELA VILLA b e c am e pa r t of C YA in 2 01 4 whe n s he was studying in UP Manila. She is no w a l i ce n s ed m e d i c a l doc t or a nd is c urre nt ly s e r ving as a full-time staffer for CYA-UST. 8

mark by affecting the hearts and minds of people. I wanted to make them realize that the Filipino youth can spark change that is reflective of how God designed the youth: Christcentered, energetic, passionate and proactive. The Lord loves the youth. There is a unique trait that the youth has that bears God’s imprint—being radical. When God’s finger touches the heart of the youth, it is wildfire. The fire spreads exponentially. Those who catch it are fundamentally changed, forever. I am responding to His call. I have been a witness on how this fire can transform a heart that is now turned toward His voice. That is why as a youth leader, and as a daughter of God, it is both a privilege and a responsibility to lead His young people as I serve in CYA this year as a Staffer. I have given up a year and postponed my path to residency as a doctor as I respond to God and wait for His another “Ayan na” moment, to leave His mark.


TIME FOR HARVEST

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e wants to send me to a new mission, a vineyard. That was a calling from God when I prayed to Him asking where He was leading me. I transferred to California in 2003, where a big part of the land was used for—well—vineyards. It sounded so literal, but God’s word for me came to fruition in the next years.

on becoming single for the Lord. Both were challenging decisions, especially when I had to tell my parents about them. The hard decisions did not end there. When I transferred to California as a result of following His call, I continued to decide to offer every area of my life to the Lord in my family and in my workplace. I used to serve the Lord in a more radical

“AFTER YEARS OF TAKING CARE OF HIS VINEYARD, IT WAS TIME FOR HARVEST.” way, going on mission, spending most of my time with the youth. Now, I’m being called by the Lord to continue to witness to others, even in the most ordinary situations. I joined CYA when I was in my 3rd year in college already. And in my first Crossroads Retreat, that was the first time I saw Jesus welcoming me with open arms and embracing me. After that experience, my life has never been the same. All I wanted is to honor and please the Lord with all the things I do, and have decided at that point to give my all for Him. And, from then on, my every decision has been an act of offering to Him. After college, I decided to set aside my career to work as a full-time staffer for CYA. I also joined the Servants of the Word brotherhood to investigate

I work for the US government. Every morning before entering my office, I ask the Lord to let His Light shine upon me. I work with people with very diverse backgrounds, culture, and beliefs, but I do not hesitate to share my faith and be a good example of how our faith should be lived out. One time, we had a party for an outgoing manager. I spoke about him and gave him an honoring, the way we do it in CYA. I also asked everybody to stand up so we can give the best gift we can give to our manager—a prayer. Co-workers came up to me telling me that they have never seen

anyone dare to do anything like that. With God’s call to witness also comes God’s bountiful blessings. After 7 years with my department, a job promotion to be a manager was offered to me. Compared to many of my co-workers who have spent more than 20 years in the same job and position, I could be considered new in the playing field. But, looking at my job as a gift from God and a way to honor Him, I slowly got the respect and appreciation of my co-workers and management, and was asked to handled more special tasks, which became a way for me to get promoted. This experience confirmed how the Lord has been taking care of me and my family since the beginning. He sent me to a vineyard, and after years of taking care of His vineyard, it was time for harvest. I have my experiences in CYA to thank for the qualities that my bosses saw fit for the managerial position. I am assigned to handle our Youth Employment and Opportunity Program, a US federal funded program for at-risk youth ages 16-25. The program provides support for the youth to stay in college as they are helped in their issues and concerns. I have gone full circle with my service to the Lord, starting with helping college youth in Manila through CYA to serving the youth in the US. “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him.” (Romans 8:28) Be confident in God’s call always. Be faithful in taking care of His vineyard and, in His perfect time, God will bless you more harvest than what you can imagine!

NELSON LEONOR j oine d C YA in 1 99 3, whe n he wa s s t u dying in PUP. He w as par t of CYA f o r 8 year s , i n c l u d i n g his ye a rs a s a s t a f fe r. H e live s in the US now, w orks w ith the State, a nd i s p ar t o f a c o m munit y wit h his fa mily. 9


Best Fr iends In Mission Dear Papa, A year ago, you asked me a question: “Trish, how do you think my life would turn out if I didn’t join CYA?” I started looking back at the time when I was still a little girl. I remembered the times when you would bring me to music ministry practices and I would play with the instruments when the ate’s and kuya’s take a break. You would also gather an audience for me whenever I had a new joke so that I can share it with them. I remember you bringing me to CYA activities and I would follow you around despite how busy you seemed. I enjoyed being with you. But, as my age increased, so did your involvement in CYA. I remember there were so many nights you arrived home late. There were times that you had a lot of mission trips, and you had to miss some of my birthdays. It was during those times that I would question why you spent most of your time in CYA. When I went to high school, you slowly exposed me to the culture of CYA. You would bring me with you to the Mindanao Conferences (MINCON), National Youth Festivals and Days of Renewal. We would even be called to do the “Chuga Dance” together! I always ended up smiling on our way home. Experiences like these ignited my desire to join CYA. As soon as I graduated from high school, you invited me to join the MINCON that year. Without any hesitation, I accepted the invitation. That, for me, was the official start of my CYA journey. Now that I am actively serving the Lord through CYA, I saw in you that following the Lord is quite difficult but not impossible. Aside from the simple truths that God loves me and that His grace is sufficient for me, what keeps me going are the brothers and sisters, those who joined CYA before me and those serving with me now. Apart from them, it is you who has been my greatest inspiration and motivation to keep on keeping on. What I love and cherish the most are those times we spent in car rides sharing about the Lord, our experiences of serving Him, our struggles in following Him, and my questions and your answers of all sorts. My favorite is when you share about your visions, desires and plans for CYA. It urges me to do more for the Lord. You asked me what would have happened if you didn’t join CYA. This is my answer: if you didn’t join CYA, there could be a chance that I wouldn’t either. That’s why I’m thankful that you did. There is no doubt in my heart that the Lord used you to bring me to a personal relationship with Him. You taught me to love the Lord with all my heart, mind, soul and strength. You showed me that there is much to do for the Kingdom of God. The Lord used you to bring me to CYA, and until now you’re still serving the Lord. You did not only explain to me what you are doing in CYA, but you also allowed me to experience it. My heart is full of gratitude to the Lord for giving me you as my father, the one who paved the way to the Lord for me. CYA has become our common ground to the point that you have become “my best friend in mission.” Thank you for always being there for me. KAY KRISTO BUONG BUHAY HABAMBUHAY!

" You taught me to love the Lord with all my heart, mind, soul and strength." TRICIA BELEN is a 3 rd ye a r B S B us ine s s A dministration student in Xavier U n i ver s i ty – At e ne o De C a gaya n. She is a c t ive ly ser ving in CYA-CDO. Her f ath e r, Tan tan B e le n, j oine d C YA in 1 98 4, a nd is currently ser ving as the C YA D i re c to r a nd Ka iros c oordinat or for M inda nao.

With Lots of Love,

Tricia


INTERVIEW WITH J O H N K E AT I N G

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MAKING IT COUNT t makes the most sense for each of us, especially Christians, to say to the Lord, “I want to be someone whom you use to leave a mark.” It is much better than saying, “Let’s just drift through life and not make any difference, not expect much of ourselves, and just be “normal” people, with nothing great to offer.” Dreams and ambitions in life might help in motivating us to desire to leave a mark. But, we also have to be careful because if we’re too busy trying to make a mark, we might miss the real purpose for why we are here. Because, the mark that is really going to make a difference is the one the Lord wants us to make. And so, while the idea of wanting to leave a mark is good, it makes more sense to find God’s purpose first for those marks we are meant to leave. I invite you to think about this. When Pope Francis encouraged us to “leave a mark,” the first step, really, is not to go out and search tirelessly for ways to leave a mark. The first step, rather, is to find His purpose for you and to discover what His will is for you. He wants you to desire leaving a mark not because of your ambitions or your legacy, but because He desires for you to be part of His plans. Start by saying, “Here I am, Lord, I’ve come to do Your will. What I want to do is what you want me to do.” We can ask God practical questions, like “How might You want to use my life right now? What are my options? Which of these seem to be the ones you want me most to consider?” And,

we trust Him that if it’s something that we should do, He’ll open all the doors for us and it will make a huge difference for us and for other people. And if it’s not, those doors won’t open and what the Lord will show us instead are better options for us right now. In conclusion, this is just what I want to say to every person I know. The best way to leave a mark is to find His will, embrace it and do it. Don’t sell yourself short. Don’t just muddle your way through life or take the next thing that comes along passively. Your life is really meant to count. Make it count.

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Does it have to be the harder way?

o, it doesn’t have to be the harder way, or the obviously religious way. It’s really asking the question, “Lord, what kind of shape do you want my life to have?” and “What do you want me to do for you?”

good chance that the long-term major direction of their lives will look more “normal”. And by “normal”, I mean those disciples He called to establish families, raise children, pursue careers, etc. He wants you to be open to whatever He wills for you and to be ready to go that way if those are the doors that He opens for you.

How do I know God’s will?

Having spent a lot of time helping people figure this out, I get even more convinced of this. On the one hand, knowing His will for us is challenging; but on the other, it’s very doable. It’s not outside of our capacity. Because the truth is, the Lord wants you to know His will, even more than you want it. And if you truly want to know His will, and you seek Him with your whole heart, and you follow a basic path of pursuing Him, you will find His will. Pursuing Him includes earnestly seeking Him in prayer, and getting help from people who know you well and are wise in the Lord. And so, you just have to have a posture of confidence, faith and trust that our Father is really interested in helping you to find His will. With His help, you will.

For many people, that may involve doing some slightly crazy and out of the ordinary things. But, there’s a

JOHN KEATING i s th e A s ia R e giona l Elde r of t he Se r vants of the Word a n d th e V i ce P res i d e nt of t he SOS Int e rna t iona l Exe c utive Council. He sp e n d s a l o t o f ti m e w orking wit h t he yout h a s t he Ka iros Asia Director. 11


METRO MANILA

University of the Philippines – Diliman, Ateneo de Manila University, University of Sto. Tomas, Far Eastern University, Mapua Institute of Technology, University of the Philippines – Manila, De La Salle University – Manila, College of St. Benilde, San Beda Alabang

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is a Catholic movement of young men and women with a mission: to evangelize the youth and train leaders for service of the Church. Having personally experienced the love of God and the saving power of Jesus Christ, we want to share our renewed faith with other young people, that they may also know, love and serve the Lord.

BAGUIO: St. Louis University; PAMPANGA: Holy Angel University, Angeles University Foundation; LAGUNA: Malayan Colleges Laguna, San Pablo College, UP Los Baños, Colegio de San Agustin Southwoods; BATANGAS: Lyceum Philippines University, Lyceum International Maritime Academy, Batangas State University; BICOL: Ateneo de Naga University, University of Nueva Caceres, Camarines Sur National High School (SHS), Central Bicol State University of Agriculture

VISAYAS

College; ILOILO: University of Iloilo, St. Paul University, ILOILO: Franciscan College of the Immaculate Conception; LEYTE: Our Lady of Annunciation; CEBU: Southwestern University

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CDO: Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan, Liceo de Cagayan University, Mindanao University of Science & Technology, PHINMA Cagayan de Oro College, Capitol University, Lourdes College; DAVAO: University of Mindanao, Ateneo de Davao University, Holy Cross of Davao College; VALENCIA: Central Mindanao University; MALAYBALAY: Bukidnon State University; BUTUAN: Father Saturnino Urios University, Caraga State University; ILIGAN: Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology; ZAMBOANGA: Sta. Maria Parish

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DONATION OPTIONS: o Deposit to BPI Kamuning Account (3143-3228-22) o Deposit to BDO Kamuning Account (00-115-028208-6) o Deposit to UnionBank Plaza Account (00-059-002932-0) o Endorsed is my check/postal money order payable to Christ’s Youth in Action Bank: ___________________ Check no. ______________________ o Donate online via Paypal. Send donation for cya.correspondents@gmail.com or visit www.PayPal.me/CYAcentral o Charge my card Bank: ___________________ Credit Card no. __________________ CIV (3 digits at the back): ______ Expiry Date: ________________ Name: _______________________________________________________ Company/Position: ___________________________________________ Contact Number: _____________________ E-mail Address: ____________________ Billing Address ________________________________________________________

Mail or fax your donations to: 4/F Korben Place, #91 A. Roces Avenue, Quezon City 1103 Philippines Telefax: (632) 411 3848 For further details, contact: Len Perez at the CYA Office or at (0917) 392 4181

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF RACH CAHILIG CONTRIBUTORS JAMEL A DABUET SAM CRUZ ENZO RIZO JAKE TAN TINTIN YU CHESKA NICOL AS GEL A VILL A NELSON LEONOR JOSH MIRANDA JOSEPH PAPA DAVID DOLSEN TRICI A BELEN JOHN KEATING BEA MORALES RIENNE ANGELES NICK TAN PAULINE BELMONTE L AYOUT ARTIST TRISH A SULIT

CYA Action Update (2016)  
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