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Joel O. Jason

Diocesan Priest

San Carlos Graduate School of Theology

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www.ucanews.com

Father Joel Jason, a former dean of San Carlos Seminary in Manila, said the "belief" that attending the Misa de gallo without fail makes wishes come true is embedded in Filipino tradition.
It is a devotion "not a doctrinal teaching," he said. "When we do something [good], God will reward us," said Father Jason. But devotion "does not guarantee the endowment of desires." He said being motivated by wishes transforms worship into a mechanical practice instead of a spiritual one. "More than the number, I would rather focus on the dedication in the heart," the priest said. "We want to complete our attendance in the Misa de gallo as an expression of our devotion. Whether God grants our wishes or not ... is just a bonus," Father Jason said. It continues to be a reminder for people "to anticipate the grace of God at the first moments of our day and offer our first work of the day," Father Jason said. "The figure of Santa Claus is not doctrinally endorsed, but we do promote devotion to St. Nicholas to inspire us to become charitable," said Father Jason. Father Jason said it is about "giving without expecting anything in return."


www.kerygmaconference.com

Fr. Joel O. Jason is a diocesan priest who finished his studies at San Carlos Seminary with a Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy.
He earned his Licentiate Degree in Moral Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. Since his return to Manila, he has held various positions such as professor and formator at the San Carlos Seminary and Dean of Studies at the San Carlos Graduate School of Theology. He is currently the parish priest at the Mary Mirror of Justice Parish in Comembo, Makati. He continues to teach Fundamental Moral Theology, Bioethics, Sexuality and Integrity, and Hearing Confessions at the Theology department of San Carlos Seminary. He also heads the Commission on Family and Life of the Archdiocese of Manila.


www.couplesforchristglobal.org

Fr. Joel O. Jason, Head of the Commission on Family and Life of the Archdiocese of Manila and Dean of the Graduate School of Theology, San Carlos Seminary was main speaker, assisted by Aldy and Joy Katigbak, CFC Gift of Life national coordinators.


www.mb.com.ph

In our Sunday tele-radyo program Salitang Buhay on DZMM, our guest Fr. Joel Jason, commissioner on Family and Life and dean of theological studies of San Carlos Seminary, Makati, said the Catholic Church is not opposed to sex education in schools as provided in the Reproductive Health Bill.


www.rcam.org [cached]

FR. JOEL O. JASONDean of StudiesSan Carlos Graduate School of Theology


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