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WHEN IS GOD’S PERFECT T IM E ? hand; repent and believe in the Gospel.” When Jesus proclaims that the Kingdom of God is here, he was actually talking about Himself! He is the reason of God’s nearness; He is God. He has taken initiative to come near us and to be with us.
“EVER SINCE GOD ENTERED THE W O R L D , I T I S A LW A Y S G O D ’ S
I CAN & I WILL
I H AVE LIVED TO TELL MY STORY
A M E S S A G E F R O M C YA’ S P R E S I D E NT R A O U L R O N C A L “Should I wait a bit longer? Or, will it be too late? When really is the perfect time?” Have you ever asked yourself these questions? As Christians, we believe that God has promised us that his timing will always be perfect and impeccable.
to repent and believe in the Gospel? He invites us to accept Him in our lives. He has already come. The time to come near Him is NOW.
Trust in Him and His perfect time. He has made everything beautiful in its time. (Ecclesiastes 3:11)
THE TIME IS NOW
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P E R F E C T T I M E F O R U S .” And, if we ask in faith for His plans to be fulfilled in our lives, then we will see for ourselves His plans unfolding in His perfect time. In the bible, we encounter truths about God’s perfect time. In Mark Chapter 1, Jesus Christ begins his ministry by proclaiming a very important Gospel truth. He said, “The time is fulfilled, and the Kingdom of God is at
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So, when we ask the question about God’s perfect time, this Gospel truth shows us that the moment Jesus came to earth, the time has been fulfilled. Ever since God entered the world, it is always God’s perfect time for us, as long as we fully repent and believe in the Gospel. Now, the only question is: When do we accept His time in our lives? When do we start
RAOUL RONCAL President, The Philippine Foundation of Christ’s Youth in Action
PRAY THE MISSION PE TITION WITH US P R A Y E R F O R A N E W E V A N G E L I Z AT I O N
Father in Heaven and Lord of all, we approach your throne as Your young people, called to belong to you, and to share in the mission of our Redeemer. We pray for our nation. Establish now Your reign among us. We pray for peace in our land, provision for our needs, justice and freedom. Grant us grace to repent from our
individual and collective sins, and bring us to genuine conversion. May Jesus be Lord of this renewed nation.
young people might offer their lives to You. Let Your youth build up the Church. May Jesus be Lord of this renewed generation.
We pray especially for the youth. Send forth Your Spirit like a mighty rushing wind, and awaken the young people of this land. We dedicate ourselves to preach Your word, unweary in well-doing, that more
We pray all these through Christ our Lord. Hail Mary… Glory be…
GOOD NEWS! BY ATTY. BOBBY QUITAIN CYA alumnus, missionary
When you’re in love with Jesus, you can’t help but do crazy things for Him! Go out, talk to your friends about Christ, and share the Good News today! BUT… You might encounter some obstacles:
grew up, together with my family, in a community similar to CYA. The things we do in community and CYA, like coming together with other people to pray together, going to retreats more than once a year, have all been very familiar to me. And, although our way of life is different from others’, it is something that I’ve grown to appreciate and love. It was only in college that I realized more how different our way of life really is. When I would talk to my friends about what we do in community, they would sometimes be surprised or even find it funny. Yet despite their reactions, I would think to myself that they’re the ones who miss out. But even with that in mind, something would always stop me from inviting them to CYA. Last August 19, 2015, I attended a workshop named, “Everybody Say: Good News!” The speaker, Bobby Quitain, discussed about evangelization, the why’s, the how’s and the obstacles. Some of these are FEELING OF UNWORTHINESS and SELF-DOUBT. Looking
back, I realized that these could be the reasons why I’ve always been hesitant to invite others to CYA and to the Lord. I never saw myself as one of the active members in CYA. I felt like I was not
“I REALIZED THAT EVANGELIZATION IS NOT ABOUT ME.” someone who had perfect attendance or had significant contributions, which made me feel unworthy to evangelize. I really doubted myself many times. I would catch myself thinking, “Why would I invite people if I am not the holiest or the most active member?” Coming to this workshop, I realized that evangelization is not about me. I am merely a bridge for others to reach and get to know the Lord. That’s why my personal concerns should not stop
me from bringing in others, especially when I know that it is something they need. I told myself that I would push these concerns aside and gather the courage to invite my friends to the next CYA event, in the hope of bringing them to a relationship with Christ. There were times I would casually invite people, and I wouldn’t always get a “yes”. Some would respond with “I’m busy that day.” or “I have other commitments.” And, being a student who also has a lot of extra-curricular activities, I understand where they are coming from. I also sometimes catch myself using those lines. But, another thing that Kuya Bobby said was, “It’s good to be passionate about academics, work and family. But, GOD should be your biggest passion.” Bearing this in mind, I told myself I can make a difference. I CAN share the GOOD NEWS to others, and I WILL. BEA M ANZO is a 2nd year Psychology student at the University of the Philippines Diliman. Bea (pictured on the left) started inviting friends, including Magu (right), to CYA activities.
Fear of Rejection Being rejected because of Christ is worth it. Just try! Feeling of Unworthiness Don’t worry! You’re preaching God, not yourself! Complacency Never relax! Help bring a soul to Christ NOW! Doubt Be convinced of God’s love and provision in your life!
HOW? Here are some of the ways:
Choose to love.
Have a joyful disposition.
Reach out to the least, last and lost.
Instill discipline in all things and put order into your life.
Stand your ground in areas of morality.
Talk about what God has done & is doing in your life.
Remember: WWJD? What would Jesus do?
I HAVE LIVED TO TELL MY STORY BY B I A N C A P UN Z AL
n November 2013, a terrible and nightmare-like typhoon struck the Philippines, specifically in the city of Tacloban. Typhoon Yolanda affected more than a million families, leaving thousands of casualties. One of those who experienced this tragedy is a 17-year old Sean Cordero. Sean recalls that before his own eyes, he saw his home city being destroyed, cars, roofs and even animals flying off the ground, fearing for the safety of his own family. In recalling this tragedy, Sean says, “I talked to God in prayer a lot of times, before, during and after Yolanda. I
favorite bible verses, it says in Matthew, ‘Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.’ If anything, this experience we had may have been a clear reminder that all the material riches we have here on earth cannot be kept and brought to heaven. Rather, the help and the service you give for those who need it most, these you will bring to heaven.” Today, Sean is a 2nd year Information Technology student in the University of Santo Tomas. As he tried making sense of everything that had happened to him – the storm, the tragedy, and his stay in Manila, Sean shares,
“I COULD’VE BEEN ONE OF THE UNKNOWN BODIES BURIED IN T H E M A S S G R AV E S ” remember conversations with Him. Even with the storm hitting our city, I did not get mad at God. Instead, I prayed in desperation, fully hoping, since it was the only thing we can do, to be spared from the tragedy. And, when the typhoon went away, I couldn’t do anything else but to pray over and over again, thanking the Lord that we are still alive. During the typhoon, I asked God, “Why did we have to experience this? Why here in the Visayas?” But, at that time, seeing things being uprooted, lives being taken away, I came to a realization that maybe, this was a wake-up call, for the people, and for me. In one of my 4
“It started to make more sense to me why God might have spared our lives. Before Yolanda, I remember praying to God, asking Him if he can grant my desire to serve Him. I have seen a lot of missionaries before, and I’ve always been inspired by them. I found myself yearning for an opportunity to serve God. A year after, as I moved to Manila for college, this was when I started to see God answering my prayer. One of my subjects required that I spend 40 hours for church involvement. Looking for the place to do this, I came across a tarpaulin hanging outside a retreat house. A Christian Life Series was being offered
by a group I have not heard of – Christ’s Youth in Action. And near the tarpaulin was a big guy named Jam Villorente, who invited me to come in. It seemed to me that what they’re offering will fit the school requirement, so I was convinced to come and see. And I kept coming back even after all the hours needed for the requirement were filled up! After the Christian Life Series, I continued going to different CYA events, mainly because of the relationships the brothers and sisters have with one another. Every time, in everyone, I see the Lord working in and through them. Ultimately, in CYA, I finally saw myself serving as I have always desired, the answer to my honest prayer. Looking back, it all felt like one big plan from God, from before Yolanda to where I am now in CYA. I remember the feeling of telling the Lord that I will start living my life for Him because He has spared this life of mine. I could’ve been one of the unknown bodies buried in the mass graves, but I have lived to tell my story. I couldn’t express fully how grateful I am to have the opportunity to inspire others with my experience, especially those who have lost hope in the difficult trials in their lives.”
BY QQ Q UIB L AT
Dear Anika, A few months ago, my heart was leaping for joy when you popped a very surprising question for me and your Mama. You asked us, “If I am already in college, can I join CYA?” With so much excitement, I answered you with a BIG, “Of course, anak ! We would be very happy if you will!” It’s been almost two decades since I joined my first CYA prayer meeting. As I entered college, I knew that I was searching for something in my life, but I had no idea what it was. I wanted to be the Central Student Government President (just like your desire to be the Class President!) and make an impact in the lives of university students, but God had other plans. He surely has plans for us; for me, it was to get to know CYA. His plan for me was to be a light and transform these lives. God led me to people whose lives were transformed
and whose mission was to transform others’ lives and bring them closer to Him. It was in CYA that I learned to seek God and His plans. Although
“I HAV E SO MA NY STO RIE S TO SHA RE, WER S IN GRE AT HOP E THA T THE Y WIL L FIN D ANS AND THA T THE ANS WER S ARE WIT H GOD .”
I never became the CSG President, I realized that my calling was more than just making an impact. I was called to help bring life to those who were (spiritually) dead. Every morning that I drive you to school, you often ask me about different bible stories: “Why did David have to kill Goliath?”, ”Why did God
choose David to be king instead of his brothers?”, ”Why did Ruth say that she will go wherever Naomi goes?” And yes, I’ll always be glad to answer those questions because I see how much you love reading bible stories at your young age of 6. More than reading, it gives me joy to see how much you love to know more about God. It was through CYA that I also got to see the bible come to life through our teachings and the lives of our CYA brothers and sisters. In CYA, I saw people who were after God’s heart like David, relationships that were bound by the cords of God’s love like Ruth and Naomi, and brothers and sisters who live and die for their faith like Paul. As I have said, it’s been almost two decades since I’ve been part of CYA. What compels me to continue with my journey with God in CYA are young people like you -- those who never tire in searching for answers about God, those who are hungry, thirsty, lost and searching for something. I have so many stories to share to young people about God; how He has saved me by His grace. I have so many stories to share, in great hope that they will find answers and that the answers are with God. Even as I age, it will still be a joy for me to answer your questions and share more about God. As how CYA would say it: For Christ our whole lives, for the rest of our lives! This simply means that we give all of our lives to God for the rest of our lives. It means that we don’t stop when we are done with college, but we keep on sharing to other young people what God has done for me, for Mama, for you, your little sister (who’s still on her way to join us) and our family! I pray that you continue to be hungry for the Lord and never tire in seeking Him. I will see you in a few years, serving with me in CYA. And together, we bring light to the lost and those in darkness! KAY KRISTO BUONG BUHAY HABAMBUHAY!
Q Q Q U IB L AT graduated from Xavier University – Ateneo De Cagayan in 2003 with an Industrial Engineering degree. He continues to serve now in CYA as the Sector Head for North Mindanao, even with a family and a full time job as a medical representative.
PLEADING MUSIC AND LYRICS BY ESTHER LOH 1st yr, Bachelor of Music, University of Science Malaysia
My beloved children, You are wonderfully made; For I am your father, In my likeness you’ve been made. Come to me and allow me, To mold you again; I have greater plans you’ll see, Please trust me again. Through trials I will be with you, I promise I won’t forsake you; How much do I need to prove to you, That I love you.
Esther composed this after a bible study in the Prep 15 household held last May 12 -26, 2015, Alabang, Philippines. She shares, “It was a reminder from God that He’s always there for me even when I don’t feel Him or I think He’s not answering my prayers. He invites me to open up my heart and come back to Him again and again.”
P HOTOGRAPHERS Danica Alvarez, John Rich Villas, Vince Arcilla, Sly Ingua, and Elyse Pilapil
THE TIME IS NOW Come to Him. Repent and believe in the Gospel! Scenes from Kairos Arise Conference and Crossroads Retreat (2015)
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efore, people would describe me as a stubborn, lazy, rebellious guy, and the “black sheep”. True to their observations, I did things I thought would give me happiness and some sense of fulfillment – selfabuse, alcohol, promiscuous acts. In all these, I was just
really a lost soul. My life started to change the day my Dad brought me to a wake of a long-time friend of his. I would always hear stories about this “Mike Joseph, Jr.” and how this man has been one of my Dad’s greatest inspirations. To be honest, I didn’t want to attend. I didn’t know the man personally and I would have to travel from La Union to Manila. But, why would my Dad go to such great lengths just to go this man’s wake? Attending the wake turned out to be a good decision. Eulogies and messages of the people close to Mike Joseph’s heart intrigued me most. Even without elegant words, their honest words struck me and made me want to meet him. They shared their
experiences with this wellloved man. I remember one story about Mike Joseph and the demons he had to face before he went all out to love and serve God. He also had demons to face, just like me. But, his experience of God changed all his ways. He even founded a student movement for students like me to know Christ personally; he was the founder of CYA. I thought to myself; how can this man who had done such bad things, like I did, change for the better? I came to a realization; there can still be hope for me. Months after the wake, I was invited to a retreat that was held in Malaysia. I went thinking it would be nice to go out of the country. Little did I know that it would change my life forever. It was in that retreat that I made a commitment to give my life to God. I began to change for the better, remembering the wake of the man that gave me hope for myself. Through Mike Joseph and CYA, I regained the connection I had with God. That small decision of going with my dad to a wake eventually became a big part of my life. Now, here I am: less of a sinner than I used to be, more of a man of God.
M A R C PA D ER O N is currently studying English and Journalism in the National University.
espite only being a little over a year apart, Kuya Marc and I were never really close growing up. There was a time when he had to train full-time as a swimmer for the national team, which meant he would be away from us most of the time. My description of him became as impersonal as “my swimmer kuya”. Because there were more days apart than together, we grew distant from each other. I would always just hear arguments between him and our parents, an endless cycle of my father shouting and my mother crying. He grew to be violent and illtempered, which resulted to me avoiding him out of fear. That’s why when I learned the news that we’ll be living together in Manila when I entered college, there’s nothing I felt but discontent.
change surprised me; I thought to myself, what could have happened during his Malaysia trip? This curiosity led me to attend a similar formation retreat, when I was invited by CYA. I wanted to know what happened to my brother that made him change his ways. Now, my Kuya Marc and I are now closer than ever. We help each other in our relationship with God. We serve the Lord hand in hand through CYA. If not for his fateful encounter with CYA, he would not have gone to that mission trip in Malaysia, and our relationship wouldn’t have changed. Today, my description of my kuya
As we lived in Manila, in my mind, we had a silent agreement to avoid bothering each other. But, coming to a retreat my kuya attended in Malaysia, he started to break off this silent agreement. When he came back, he was an entirely different person. He started talking to me; he was interested in what I want to do. He paid more attention to the people around him. He would remind me to pray before meals. To this day, I still get dazed when he gives a little something to beggars. He also brought me to the CYA Youth Center to meet CYA. His sudden
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“WE HELP EACH RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD. WE SERVE THE LORD HAND IN HAND THROUGH CYA.”
would be more than just a swimmer. My Kuya Marc is a good brother, a good son and a good servant.
M AT T PADERON is a sophomore in DLSU-Manila, taking up Advertising Management. Marc and Matt’s Dad, Mike, studied in DLSU and was part of CYA from 1982 to 1987.
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s a student at the University of the Philippines, in 2011, I would describe myself as a carefree, “come-what-may” type of person. An amazing race called E-pic Hunt, sponsored by CYA, was the start of a path that led me to become someone with a more positive and clearer sense of direction, who would prioritize God through prayer, service and excellence (especially in academics!). Spending more time with members from CYA led me to true happiness – a sense of belongingness, a community, and a fresh perspective on life.
“IT HIT ME THAT, IN MY LIFE, IN MY EMPTINESS, GOD HAS ALWAYS PURSUED ME. HE HAS NEVER REALLY LEFT ME.” However, life is not without its fair share of challenges. Towards the end of my
college life, as I slowly became inactive in CYA, my faith in God started to wane and it felt like my life was falling apart. Suddenly, putting God above all else and going against the norm seemed very impractical to do. Life outside CYA was more interesting. My happiness now stemmed mainly from music, sports and a special someone. But as graduation neared and schedule became so tight, time for things that made me happy - sports, music and the romantic relationship - became lesser and lesser. This made me feel that I had lost everything. The only things that gave me joy, even temporary joy, were all taken away. In all this, I thought that something was missing from my life. Then one Sunday, coming from a not-sogood night, glancing upon the televised Holy Mass, I saw the screen close up to Jesus’ face. It hit me that, in my life, in my emptiness, God has always pursued me. He has never really left me.
“No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other.” (Matthew 6:24) This passage reminded me to pursue God over everything else, to forego the other things that would give me temporary joys. Slowly, I grew in my confidence
again, and in God, to go back to CYA and find opportunities to serve God. Reaching out to the same brothers and sisters I had before, I eventually found myself at God’s disposal again. Today, as a young professional, I have
“I N GRAT ITU D E AND I N S ERV I CE TO T H E LORD, I C H O O S E TO BE A L I G HT ” found a home in CYA’s sister community for young professionals, Ang Lingkod ng Panginoon. In gratitude and in service to the Lord, I choose to be a light, to bring my friends to CYA and Lingkod, hoping that those who have experienced the same emptiness I had would also experience God pursuing their hearts. JOHN PAUL “PERYA” FER R ER I A took up Secondary Education in UP Diliman (2015). Now that he’s graduated, he continues to be active in a community for young professionals, Ang Lingkod ng Panginoon.
P.U.S.H. BY JANICA JAVIER
ntering college, I wanted to enjoy and maximize the “fun” college freedom has to offer. It took me awhile to realize that I have gone beyond the limits I set for myself, making me lose sight of the important things, most especially my sense of the Lord. When I was invited to be part of a sisters’ household*, I counted myself in and saw it as God’s answer to my prayer to go back to Him. My experience in the household allowed me to P.U.S.H. PERSONAL OUTLOOK While I was in household, I also took up a Chemistry subject, an area I’m not particularly good at. But, convinced that this is an answer to my prayer, I took the challenge. It was a challenge turned into a blessing. It made me surrender
to the Lord and find optimism in His providence. God’s provision did not disappoint; I found help from the sisters who tutored me with my lessons, six of which took the same subject! Household helped me look at life’s challenges as opportunities to experience God’s
way of life, one that they have. They made me see the beauty of obeying the Lord, which inspired me to always abide in the Lord. HAPPINESS From the book Youcat, it says “God has
“HOUSEHOLD WAS A LEAP OUT O F MY C O M FO RT ZO N E A N D I N TO M A NY O P P O RT U N I T I E S F O R G R O W T H .” provision. UNION WITH THE LORD I understood more the importance of having a personal relationship with the Lord. Through household, I realized that God speaks to me every day in different ways. And, in gratitude, I know I should also exert effort in this relationship: consistently praying to God, writing again on my prayer journal, and striving to read and reflect on the Gospel. Praying with other sisters daily made me more sensitive of how the Lord works around me. SPIRITUAL ENLIGHTENMENT As the days went by, I’ve come to realize that my prior understanding about my faith was insufficient. I understood more about worship; that it is not just singing the melody but praising God with every word. I was able to praise the Lord, not just in my mind, but by voicing out and declaring who He is. Being with the sisters also showed me a simple yet deep
placed in our hearts such an infinite desire for happiness that nothing can satisfy it but God. All earthly fulfillment gives us only a foretaste of eternal happiness.” When people would ask me about household, I would often just smile because no words can explain the joy it has brought to me. I no longer felt dry, but rather refreshed. Household helped me become more aware of the blessings I receive, of the joy that comes from the Lord. For me, household was really a PUSH from God and towards God! It was a leap out of my comfort zone and into many opportunities for growth. A PUSH that comes from the Lord is a push worth experiencing.
*A sisters’ household, usually monthlong, provides a venue for instruction and formation for women, with opportunities to learn about our faith and practical things together.
JANIC A JAV IER is currently on her 2nd year studying Behavioral Sciences in UP Manila.
C YA C E B U R E I G N I T E D Bearing in mind God’s call to widen our reach in preaching His Word, last June 2015, a groundbreaking mission was done to rekindle CYA Cebu. Led by JR Bajuyo, a full-time CYA-CDO staffer, they started going out to universities, reaching out to students. They started holding activities for Cebuanos to get to know God more personally, e.g. Christian Life Series, fellowships to share their personal testimonies. They have greate hope to add more soldiers to God’s army in Cebu.
“I thank God for leading us in the mission. It was Him who sent His Spirit and awakened the young people of Cebu.” –JR Bajuyo
Q&A WITH CYA’S FOUNDING FULL-TIME STAFFERS For 35 years, God has always been at work in the lives of students through CYA. Here are our first CYA staffers, who have seen God’s hand from the start.
W H AT HAV E Y OU S E E N
HO W DI D BEIN G A C YA
WH AT WA S IN Y O U R
W HAT I S YOU R
AS G OD ’S G IFT TO CYA
STA F F E R M AK E A N
M IN D WH EN Y O U M A D E
M E S S A GE T O C YA
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I MPA CT I N Y O U R L IF E
T H E C YA L O G O 3 5
T OD AY ON I T S 35T H
Y E ARS?
U P T O T OD AY ?
Y EA R S A G O ?
A N N I V E R S A R Y?
God has blessed CYA over
The things I learned while working for CYA, all these I carried on years after my staff work. I kept with me basic discipline in my work, an honest and professional work ethic. As they say, “Once an evangelist, always an evangelist.” My desire to spread God to others and a heart for people have always stayed with me. Of course, bringing with me the teachings, I am always reminded to follow the ways of the Lord in everything I do. Truly, Kay Kristo Buong Buhay
I only had one question in mind: “What characterizes a young person deeply in love with Jesus Christ?” Only three words came to mind then: radical discipleship in action.
On our 35th year, I would like to encourage you to continue giving your ALL to Christ and guiding others to the same personal and wholehearted devotion to Him. Keep your life
Thirty-five years after, these three words continue to capture both the internal and external dynamism of CYA members. This fiery dynamism has only grown even more creative, expansive and radically fervent over the years. Thank you for keeping CYA’s missionary fire burning!
open to the transforming power of His love. Go on serving Him with your whole heart, mind and strength, bringing His love to other young people. ASK HIM TO SEND YOU farther and wider! Live Kay Kristo Buong Buhay Habambuhay in the most excellent way you can!
the past 35 years with many gifted young leaders who are willing to generously give of their time to share the Good News with other young people. The value of one soul coming to Christ cannot be measured, and CYA
young souls to the Lord. I praise God for the gift of CYA and how He has used it to bless the Church.
DR. ELIZABETH MELCHOR Consultant, Far Eastern University Senior Woman Leader, Ang Ligaya ng Panginoon
GIL GALESTE VP Corp Planning & Sales, Motorplaza, Inc.
FRANCIS ITURRALDE Former National Director, Ang Lingkod ng Panginoon Brother, Servants of the Word
MAE LEGASPI Life Coach, Retreat Facilitator, Counselor, Senior Woman Leader, Ang Ligaya ng Panginoon
M E TRO M ANIL A
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
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, University of Assumption; LAGUNA: Malayan Colleges Laguna, San Pablo College; BATANGAS: Lyceum Philippines University, Lyceum International Maritime Academy, Batangas State University; BICOL: Ateneo de Naga University, University of Nueva Caceres
BACOLOD: University of St. La Salle, Riverside College; ILOILO: University of Iloilo, St. Paul University, ILOILO: Franciscan College of the Immaculate Conception; LEYTE: Our Lady of Annunciation; CEBU: Southwestern University
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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