EUCHARISTIC CELEBRATION
At Which Will Be Held
THE RITE OF LITURGICAL RECEPTION AND INSTALLATION
of
THE MOST REV. MARTIN JUMOAD, D.D
as the
SECOND METROPOLITAN ARCHBISHOP
of Ozamis

30 November 2016 At 9 O’clock in the Morning
Metropolitan Cathedral of Ozamis
City of Ozamiz, Misamis Occidental

Archbishop Martin Jumoad, the Apostolic Nuncio, Msgr. Giuseppe Pinto, Concelebrating Archbishops, Bishops and Diocesan Administrators, and the ministering presbyters, the ministering deacons and other ministers (of the ceremony), put on the vestments for Mass in the preparation room, attached to the cathedral to the left side, as one comes in. When it is time and everything is ready the Master of Cermonies signals for all to go towards the main door of the Cathedral.

(The Blessed Sacrament had been taken from the Sanctuary and placed in the Adoration Chapel)

THE LITURGICAL RITE OF RECEPTION

The rite of reception takes place just inside the door of the cathedral where the newly Archbishop Jumoad is received by one of the parochial vicars.

The said parochial vicar offers Archbishop Jumoad a crucifix to be kissed. Archbishop Jumoad kisses the crucifix, then with a sprinkler of holy water, he sprinkles himself and those present nearby. The bell is rung to signal the start of the Eucharist.

Entrance Antiphon: Beside the Sea of Galilee the Lord saw two brothers, Peter and Andrew, and he said to them: Come after me and I will make you fishers of men.

Entrance Hymn:

While the Entrance Hymn is sung, the procession through the church takes place. The servers lead the procession followed by the deacon carrying the Book of the Gospels, the Concelebrating Archbishops, Bishops and Diocesan Administrators and Archbishop Jumoad. The Apostolic Nuncio is the last in the order of the procession. The Cardinals present take their place at the sanctuary before the procession begins. Archbishop Dosado for reasons of health also takes his seat at the sanctuary before the procession.

The Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Jumoad, the Concelebrating Archbishops, and Bishops and Diocesan Administrators give the usual reverence to the altar (the is no Blessed Sacrament) and go to the places reserved for them. The altar and the cross are incensed by the Apostolic Nuncio.

Greeting:

Archbishop Pinto: In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.

All: Amen.

Archbishop Pinto: Peace be with you.

All: And with your spirit.

Address by Archbishop Dosado

Archbishop Jesus Dosado, helped by the Vicar General, Msgr. Maximino Naron, Jr., goes to the middle of the sanctuary, sits down and briefly addresses the congregation and welcomes Archbishop Martin Jumoad.

My dear people,

You are my abiding and unshakeable joy, especially if you remain united with your new bishop, Archbishop Martin Jumoadwho by his own will strengthen them in the firmness which the Spirit gives.

He has obtained his ministry, neither by his own efforts, nor from men nor even out of vainglory, but from the love of God the Father and of the Lord Jesus Christ.

As sons and daughters of the light of truth, flee divisions; where your shepherd is, follow him as his flock. For all who belong to God and Jesus Christ are with the bishop.

Be careful, therefore, to take part only in the one eucharist; for there is only one flesh of our Lord Jesus Christ and one cup to unite us with his blood, one altar and one bishop with the presbyters and deacons, who are his fellow servants. Then, whatever you do, you do it according to the will of God.

My brothers and sisters, the new Archbishop will make you strong – though not so much he but Jesus Christ.

I leave you with fear because of my failings and mistakes in the thirty-five years of ministry as your Bishop. I beg indulgence for the former and pardon for the latter. Most of all may God show His mercy on me.

I thank you most sincerely for all the love and work with which you have supported me in my ministry and I ask pardon for all my defects. And now, let us entrust this Holy Church through Archbishop Martin Jumoad to the care of Our Supreme Pastor, Our Lord Jesus Christ, and implore his holy Mother Mary, so that she may assist the new Archbishop in the fulfillment of his sacred duties.

With regard to myself, I wish to also devotedly serve the Holy Church of God through a life of prayer.

Dear brothers and sisters, your prayers will perfect me in the eyes of God so that I might yet receive the inheritance promised me by the merciful God.

Afterwards rchbishop Dosado returns to his place.

THE RITE OF INSTALLATION

Archbishop Pinto: Let the Apostolic Letter from the Holy See be shown and read.

All stand in deference to the Holy Father.

Reading of the Apostolic Letter

The Chancellor, Msgr. Maximino Naron, Jr., standing at the middle of the sanctuary in the middle of the sanctuary shows the Apostolic Letter to the Board of Consultors and to all.

At the ambo, Msgr. Naron reads the Apostolic Letter in Cebuano (Copies of the letter in Latin and English shall have been distributed).

Bull of Appointment of Bishop Jumoad as Archbishop of Ozamiz

FRANCIS, BISHOP, SERVANT OF THE SERVANTS OF GOD.

To the Venerable Brother, MARTIN S. JUMOAD, bishop up to now of Isabela, elected Archbishop of Ozamis, greetings and Apostolic Benediction. Meditating piously the word of God contained in Sacred Scriptures, we devote diligently in announcing the truth about the salvific work of Jesus Christ to all men of good will, as we carry out the important office of Peter's successor. We wish to foster the good of all the faithful bearing in mind their spiritual situation. 

At this point in time we wish to appoint a new shepherd for the Church of Ozamis, since the previous bishop, Venerable Brother Jesus A. Dosado, CM., resigned from his duty of governing said church. Searching for a man qualified to undertake the pastoral field, we thought of you, Venerable Brother, whom we have seen prepared to undertake this office, since you have achieved human gifts both in spiritual and intellectual domain as well as in priestly and episcopal work in the prelature of Isabela.

 Upon consultation with the Congregation for Bishops and by the power of our Apostolic Office, we release you from said prelature and we appoint you as Metropolitan Archbishop with all the rights and privileges, conjoint with the congruent obligations thereof. 

We now turn our mind to the Clergy and to all the faithful of this Archdiocese and we exhort them that by this our decree made to a certain degree by you, to observe studiously the divine precepts in ineeveryday life with you following the path of holiness, and with you guiding them diliglently. Earnestly invoke the Holy Spirit, Venerable Brother, so that the heart of all the faithful entrusted to your pastoral care may be filled with joy and peace through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Given in Rome, at St. Peter, the 4th day of October, in the year of the Lord 2016, Jubilee of Mercy, the 4th Year of our Pontificate.

Francis
Francis Pive,
Protonotary Apostolic

As a response of thanks to the Holy Father all clap their hands and then an acclamation is sung.

Acclamation: (Sung) Thanks be to God!

Seating of Archbishop Jumoad

The Apostolic Nuncio escorts Archbishop Jumoad to the Cathedra. Archbishop Jumoad sits on the Cathedra.

Presentation of the Pastoral Staff

The Apostolic Nuncio standing in front of Archbishop Jumoad presents him the pastoral staff.

Apostolic Nuncio: Our Holy Father, Pope Francis has chosen you to be the Shepherd of the people of the Church of Ozamis. With prayerful confidence and trust I hand to you the pastoral staff as a sign of the office of shepherd.

May the Lord sustain you, as you watch over His flock of this Archdiocese to which the Spirit has assigned you as Archbishop to serve this Church of God.

Archbishop Jumoad, remaining seated, receives the pastoral staff and responds: With faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, and with love of God in my heart, I accept the pastoral care of the people of God in the Archdiocese of Ozamis entrusted to me in stewardship.

I resolve to serve faithfully the Church in this Archdiocese.

The choir leads the singing of the Alleluia and other hymns while the greeting and homage is being done.

 

Greeting and Homage

The attending Archbihsops, Bishops and Diocesan Adminisrators give Archbishop Jumoad their hands in partnership. The clergy of the Archdiocese of Ozamis offer the sign of obedience. Designaated persons offer a sign of obeisance or reverence to Archbishop Jumoad. During the whole time of the homage, appropriate hymns are sung.

The penitential rite and Kyrie are omitted.

Gloria

Archbishop Jumoad intones the Gloria. The Mass then proceeds in the usual way.

Opening Prayer

Archbishop Jumoad, with hands joined, sings or says:

Let us pray:

Archbishop Jumoad and the people pray silently for a while. Then, Archbishop Jumoad extends his hands and sings or says the opening prayer.

We humbly implore your majesty, O Lord, that, just as the blessed Apostle Andrew was for your Church a preacher and pastor, so he may be for us a constant intercessor before you.

He, then, adds the following:

O God, eternal shepherd of the faithful, who tend your Church in countless ways and rule over her in love, grant, we pray, that I, your servant, Whom you have set over your people, may preside in the place of Christ over the flock whose shepherd he is, and be faithful as a ateacher of doctrine, a Priest of sacred worship and as one who serves them by governing. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, For ever and ever.

The people answer: Amen.

Liturgy of the Word

First Reading Rom 10:9-18

The reader goes to the ambo and proclaims the First Reading.

A reading from the Letter of the Apostle Paul to the Church in Rome.

If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.

For one believes with the heart and so is justified, and one confesses with the mouth and so is saved.

The Scripture says, No one who believes in him will be put to shame. There is no distinction between Jew and Greek; the same Lord is Lord of all, enriching all who call upon him.

For everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.

But how can they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how can they believe in him of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone to preach? And how can people preach unless they are sent?

As it is written, How beautiful are the feet of those who bring the good news! But not everyone has heeded the good news; for Isaiah says, Lord, who has believed what was heard from us?

Thus faith comes from what is heard, and what is heard comes through the word of Christ.

But I ask, did they not hear? Certainly they did; for Their voice has gone forth to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world.

The Word of the Lord.

The people answer: Thanks be to God.

Responsorial Psalm (chanted) Ps 19:8, 9, 10, 11

The lay people, constituted into a choir, stand. The cantor sings the psalm, and the people respond.

C. Their message goes out through all the earth.

R. Their message goes out through all the earth.

C. The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament proclaims his handiwork. Day pours out the word to day, and night imparts knowledge.

R. Their message goes out through all the earth.

C. Not a word nor a discourse whose voice is not heard; Through all the earth their voice resounds, and to the end of the world, their message.

R. Their message goes out through all the earth.
Gospel Acclamation Alleluia Mt 4:19

R. Alleluia.

Come after me, says the Lord, and I will make you fishers of men.

R. Alleluia.

Gospel Mt 4:18-22

Archbishop Jumoad puts some incense in the censer. Then, the deacon who is to proclaim the gospel brings the gospel book, bows before Archbishop Jumoad and in a low voice asks for the blessing:

Father, give me your blessing.

Archbishop Jumoad says in a low voice:

The Lord be in your heart and on your lips that you may worthily proclaim his gospel. In the name of the Father+, and of the Son+, and of the Holy+ Spirit.

The deacon answers: Amen.

Then, the deacon goes to the ambo. He is accompanied by ministers with incense and candles. He sings or says:

The Lord be with you.

The people answer: And with your spirit.

The deacon sings or says:

A Reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew.

He makes the sign of the cross on the book, and then on his forehead, lips and breast.

The people respond:

Glory to you, O Lord.

The deacon incenses the Book of the Gospels, and proclaims the gospel.

As Jesus was walking by the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon who is called Peter, and his brother Andrew, casting a net into the sea; they were fishermen.

He said to them, "Come after me, and I will make you fishers of men." At once they left their nets and followed him.

He walked along from there and saw two other brothers, James, the son of Zebedee, and his brother John. They were in a boat, with their father Zebedee, mending their nets.

He called them, and immediately they left their boat and their father and followed him.
At the end of the Gospel, the deacon adds:

The Gospel of the Lord.

All respond: Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ.

The deacon carries the Book of the Gospels to Archbishop Jumoad, who as a sign of reverence, kisses it and blesses the gathered assembly with it.

HOMILY

Archbishop Dosado will give the homily.

Your Excellency. Most Rev. Giuseppe Pinto, Apostolic Nuncio in the Philippines, Most Reverend Martin Jumoad, newly installed Archbishop of Ozamis, my brother Bishops, Priests, religious, my brothers and sisters.

Of the gifts left by our Lord when he ascended to equip the holy ones for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ (cf. Eph 4,12), we have inherited three kinds of ministry, ranging upwards in being servants: deacons, presbyters, and bishops, with the bishop of Rome as the servant of the servants of God.

In the Bull of Appointment from the Servant of the Servants of God, Pope Francis wrote to Bishop Martin: we appoint you Metropolitan Archbishop. We were all surprised here in Ozamiz, to say the least, with this notification from the Apostolic Nunciature, and people asked, where did he come to be chosen?

But like all his ancestors in the ministry he was the result of an all night prayer of the Lord: "Jesus spent the night in prayer to God. ... When day came, he called his disciples to himself, and from them he chose Twelve: ... Simon, whom he named Peter, and his brother Andrew (cf. Luke 6,12-14)."

Andrew was elected from where he was: "Beside the Sea of Galilee the Lord saw two brothers, Peter and Andrew, and he said to them: Come after me and I will make you fishers of men." I suppose God looked at the boy from Kinasang-an, Pardo in Cebu and chose him. "It was not you who chose me, but I who chose you" (Jn 15,16).

What God has planned that He will do through whatever twists and turns this happens. Most of the chosen underwent some kind of formation, mostly in seminaries. Through interventions of various people they finally arrive at the supreme moment of their life: ordination.

In the language of the young today, "Awesome". I mean it is amazing that I could do this and more: to make our Lord present! I utter a few words and Our Lord comes down from heaven to enclose himself in a tiny host (From Saint John Mary Vianney)!

Or as our ancestors used to sing after the the 1937 In ternational Eucharistic Congress in Manila, "Gloria a Jesús que se enciera En la hostia de bendicion! Postraos, cielos y tierra en rendida adoración" That which had never been visible to human eyes began to be tangible to my hands as well.

We the ordained priests received the most frightening faculty to do what only He, the Son of God, can legitimately say and do: I can forgive you your sins!

When the priest forgives sins, or speaks the words of Consecration, or preaches, he speaks in the first person singular—I absolve you. I am rightly awed at such power realizing that behind these words lies His suffering. The forgiveness come at a price: In his Passion Christ went deep down into the sordid darkness of sins. Sins that make us sinners unlovable.

As the years pass by we the ordained grow on this certainty about our own identity, not artificially constructed, but freely and divinely given and received. Identity which came not through cultural and historical reasons as some would want us to believe, but on the explicit will of the Lord who during the Last Supper in the Upper Room He explicitly told the Apostles and their successors, and through them to us priests of different places, "Do this in memory of me."

The greatness of Christ’s priesthood can make us tremble. We can be tempted to cry out with Peter: "Lord, depart from me, for I am a sinful man" (Lk 5,8), because we find it hard to believe that Christ called us specifically. Could he not have chosen someone else, more capable, more holy? But Jesus has looked lovingly upon each one of us, and in this gaze of his we have confidence. The faithful expect only one thing from priests: that they be specialists in promoting the encounter between man and God.

The priest is not asked to be an expert in economics, construction or politics. He is expected to be an expert in the spiritual life. In the face of the temptations of relativism or the permissive society, there is absolutely no need for the priest to know all the latest, changing currents of thought through facebook or twitter or whatever new gadgets there are; what the faithful expect from him is that he be a witness to the eternal wisdom contained in the revealed word.

Christ needs priests who are mature, virile, capable of cultivating an authentic spiritual paternity. For this to happen, priests need to be honest with themselves and trusting in the divine mercy, the help of divine grace, even if ther are contained in earthenware vessels (cf. 2 Cor 4,7).

The Lord addresses to us priests these wonderful words: "I no longer call you slaves……I have called you friends" (Jn 15,15). So many times we feel like, and it is true, that we are only useless and sinful servants (cf. Lk 17,10). And despite this, the Lord calls us friends, he makes us his friends, he gives us his friendship.

I am proud that God has graced me to become one His priests. What I wear, what I eat, what kind of transport I have is less important than what I am. A priest of Jesus Christ. This may not make any sense to the world but to me it makes all the sense in the world.

We know God has a specific plan for each one of us whatever it is and I am convinced that what God has planned, that He will do. All things that happen to us were and are within the purview of God’s instruments even the bad ones and there are many of these. For we we know that to those who love God and are called according to His purpose all things work together (Rom 8,28). Or as they say in Spain and in one of their languages. "no hay mal que por bien no venga."

And so we go on with God as our only security. Security is a big thing for bishops. But actually this does not count any more because we know we can depend on Christ who will take care of us.

This calls to mind Saint Peter and the place in the Gospel where Jesus walked on the water and told the apostles in the boat tossed by a storm: "‘Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid.’ Peter said to him in reply, ‘Lord, if it is you, command me to come to you on the water.’ He said, ‘Come.’ Peter got out of the boat and began to walk on the water toward Jesus. But when he saw the wind he became frightened; and, beginning to sink, he cried out, ‘Lord, save me’"! (cf. Mt 14,24-31)

No one can see the wind. But when we lose our focus on Christ and become distracted by so many things, when we fear, then we begin to sink.

With the security of Christ we go on. We go on until our strength no longer sustains us. For as the Teacher tells us: "In your old age he sun is darkened and the light and the moon and the stars and the clouds return after the rain. ... when one is afraid of heights, and perils in the street; And the dust returns to the earth as it once was, and the life breath stops" (cf. Eccl 12,1-7).

Pope Francis was right when when he issued a Rescript or Decree on November 5, 2014, reminding everyone that the role and weight of the office of bishop in the modern world "requires great competence, ability, as well as human and spiritual qualities" and he encouraged diocesan bishops who do not feel up to the job to ask for early retirement.

Now I understand what Pope Benedict said: "In today’s world, subject to so many rapid changes and shaken by questions of deep relevance for the life of faith, in order to govern the barque of Saint Peter and proclaim the Gospel, both strength of mind and body are necessary, strength which in the last few months, has deteriorated in me to the extent that I have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry entrusted to me."

For all of us there is a time to move on, that we say with Saint Paul: "I have fought the good fight, I have kept the faith and – more or less – I have finished the race" (cf, 2Tim 4,7).

THE CREED (Archbishop Jumoad leads the recitation of the Creed)

We believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, maker of heaven and earth, of all that is seen and unseen.We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ, the only Son of God, eternally begotten of the Father, God from God, Light from Light, true God from true God, begotten, not made, one in Being with the Father. Through him all things were made.

For us men and for our salvation he came down from heaven: [bow during the next two lines:] by the power of the Holy Spirit he was born of the Virgin Mary, and became man.For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate; he suffered, died, and was buried. On the third day he rose again in fulfillment of the Scriptures; he ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father.

He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead, and his kingdom will have no end. We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of

life, who proceeds from the Father and the Son. With the Father and the Son he is worshipped and glorified. He has spoken through the Prophets.

We believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church. We acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins. We look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come. Amen.

General Intercessions

The Prayer of the Faithful follows.

(Borrowed from the Installartion of Archbishop Lavarias, culled from the speeches of Pope Francis. No chance yet to ask permission.)
Archbishop Jumoad:

"We are called and made shepherdsnot by ourselves but by the Lord,and not to serve ourselves, but rather to serve the flock entrusted to our care,to serve to the extent of offering our lives like Christ,theGood Shepherd."

1. For the Church: that it may be "like a field hospital after battle healing the wounds of sin and division of despair and misery with God’s grace and the miracle of his love."

(Cantor - sung) Let us pray to the Lord.

All respond: We beseech you, hear our our prayer.

2. For bishops: that "they may welcome their people with affection, with mercy, with fatherly gentleness and fairness, with humility, and with discretion; gentle, patient and merciful; animated by their inner poverty, the freedom of the Lord and also by outward simplicity and austerity of life… Shepherds without the psychology of princes."

(Cantor - sung) Let us pray to the Lord.

All respond: We beseech you, hear our our prayer.

3. For the priests: that "they may accompany the flock: walk alongside the faithful and all those who turn to them, sharing their joys and hopes, difficulties and sufferings, as brothers and friends, between more so as fathers, who are able to listen, to understand, to help, and to orient… who have the "smell of their sheep."

Cantor (sung): Let us pray to the Lord.

All respond: (sung) Lord, we beseech you, hear our prayer.

4. For the new archbishop of Ozamis: that he may tend the flock of God that is in his charge as a brother to fellow priests, a father to the youth and the poor, a teacher of faith, a pastor and servant to all of God’s faithful.

Cantor (sung): Let us pray to the Lord.

All respond: (sung) Lord, we beseech you, hear our prayer.

5. For all "those in possession of greater resources, for public authorities and all people of good will who are working for social justice: that they never tire of working for a more just world, marked by the greater solidarity, that is, seeking others not as rivals or statistics, but brothers and sisters."

Cantor (sung): Let us pray to the Lord.

All respond: (sung) Lord, we beseech you, hear our prayer.

Archbishop Jumoad: God, our Father give us servant-leaders and "pastorswho are vigilant of the dangers that threaten the flock, who can imbue hope and have sun and light in their hearts, to lovingly and patiently support the plans which you bring about in your people" Through Christ our Lord.

The people answer: Amen.

Liturgy of the Eucharist

Preparation of the Altar

The Offertory Song begins. Meanwhile, the ministers place the corporal, the purificator, the chalice, the pall, and the missal on the altar.

Preparation of the Gifts

The faithful express their participation by making an offering, bringing forward bread and wine for the celebration of the Eucharist. Only the items to be used in the Eucharist are brought to the sanctuary; gifts of any kind will be given after the Mass.
Archbishop Jumoad, standing at the altar, takes the paten with the bread and holds it slightly raised above the altar with both hands, saying in a low voice:

Blessed are you, Lord God of all creation, for through your goodness we have received the bread we offer you: fruit of the earth and work of human hands, it will become for us the bread of life.

Then he places the paten with the bread on the corporal.

The people may acclaim:

Blessed be God for ever.

Archbishop Jumoad then takes the chalice and holds it slightly raised above the altar with both hands, saying in a low voice:

Blessed are you, Lord God of all creation, for through your goodness we have received the wine we offer you: fruit of the vine and work of human hands it will become our spiritual drink.

Then he places the chalice on the corporal.

The people may acclaim:

Blessed be God for ever.

Archbishop Jumoad incenses the offerings, the cross, and the altar. The deacon then incenses Archbishop Jumoad, the Concelebrating Archbishops, Bishops and Diocesan Administrators, and the people. The singing by the choir may be extended until the incensation ends.

Next Archbishop Jumoad stands at the side of the alatar, washes his hands saying quietly:

Wash me, O Lord, from my iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin.

Standing at the middle of the altar, facing the people, extending and then joining his hands, Archbishop Jumoad says:

Pray, brothers and sisters, that my sacrifice and yours may be acceptable to God, the Almighty Father.

The people rise, if they are seated, and reply:

May the Lord accept the sacrifice at your hands for the praise and glory of his name, for our good and the good of all his holy Church.

Prayer Over the Offerings

With hands extended, Archbishop Jumoad sings or says the prayer over the gifts.

Grant us, almighty God, that through these offerings, which we bring on the feast day of Sint Andrew, we may please you by what we have brought and be given life by what you have accepted. Through Christ our Lord.

The people answer: Amen.

THE EUCHARISTIC PRAYER

Then, Archbishop Jumoad begins the Eucharistic Prayer.

Extending his hands, he says or sings:

V. The Lord be with you.

R. And with your spirit.

V. Lift up your hearts.

R. We lift them up to the Lord.

V. Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.

R. It is right and just.

It is truly right and just, our duty and our salvation, always and everywhere to give you thanks, Lord holy Father, almighty and eternal God, through Christ our Lord.  

For you have built your Church to satand firm on apostolic foundations, to be a lasting sign of your holiness on earth and offer all humanity your heavenly teaching.

Therefore, now and for ages unending, with all the host of Angels, we sing to you with all our hearts, crying out as we acclaim:

Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God of hosts, Heaven and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest.

The Apostolic Nuncio and Msgr. Edwin de la Pe a flank Archbishop Jumoad.
Archbishop Jumoad, with hands extended, says:

You are indeed Holy, O Lord, the fountain of all holiness.

Archbishop Jumoad and all concelebrants, holding their hands extended toward the offerings say:

Make holy, therefore, these gifts, we pray, by sending down your Spirit upon them like a dewfall,

Archbishop Jumoad joins his hands and makes the Sign of the Cross once over the bread and the chalice, saying:

so that they may become for us the + Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Archbishop Jumoad and the concelebrants join their hands. In the fomulas that follow, the words of the Lord should be pronounced clearly and distinctly, as the nature of these words require.

At the time he was betrayed and entered willingly into his Passion,

He takes the bread and raising it a little abive the altar, continues:

he took bread and, giving thanks, broke it, and gave it to his disciples, saying:

He bows a little. Each concelebrant extends his right hand toward the bread, if this seems appropriate.

TAKE THIS, ALL OF YOU, AND EAT OF IT, FOR THIS IS MY BODY, WHICH WILL BE GIVEN UP FOR YOU.

Archbishop Jumoad ahows the consecrated host to the people, places it on the paten, genuflects in adoration. The concelebrants join their hands, look toward the consecrated host as it is shown, and after this bow profoundly. After this, Archbishop Jumoad and all concelebrants continue:

In a similar way, when supper was ended, he took the chalice,

Archbishop Jumoad takes the chalice and, raising it a little above the altar continues with the concelebrants:

and, once more giving thanks, he gave it to his disciples, saying:

Each concelebrant extends his right hand toward the chalice, if this seem appropriate.

TAKE THIS, ALL OF YOU, AND DRINK FROM IT, FOR THIS IS THE CHALICE OF MY BLOOD, THE BLOOD OF THE NEW AND ETERNAL COVENANT, WHICH WILL BE POURED OUT FOR YOU AND FOR MANY FOR THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS.

DO THIS IN MEMORY OF ME.

The concelebrants join their hands, look toward the chalice as it is shown, and after this bow profoundly.

Then Archbishop Jumoad sings or says:

The mystery of faith.

And the concelebrants with the people continue, acclaiming:

When we eat this Bread and drink this Cup, we proclaim your death, O Lord, until you come again.

Archbishop Jumoad and the concelebrants, with hands extended say:

Therefore, as we celebrate the memorial of his Death and Resurrection, we offer you, Lord, the Bread of life and the Chalice of salvation, giving thanks that you have held us worthy to be in your presence and minister to you.

Humbly we pray that, partaking of the Body and Blood of Christ, we may be gathered into one by the Holy Spirit.

They join their hands.

With hands extended, the Aposotolic Nuncio says:

Remember, Lord, your Church, spread throughout the world, and bring her to the fullness of charity, together with Francis, our Pope and Martin, our Bishop and all the clergy.

He joins his hands.

With hands extended, Msgr. Edwin de la Pe a says:

Remember also our brotheers and sisters who have fallen asleep in the hope of the resurrection, and all who have died in your mercy: welcome them into the light of your face.

Have mercy on us all, we pray, that with the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God, with the blessed Joseph, her Spouse, with the blessed Apostles, and all the Saints who have plleased you through the ages, we may merit to be coheirs to eternal life, and may praise and glorify you.

He joins his hands.

through your Son, Jesus Christ.

Archbishop Jumoad raises the paten with the host and the deacon raises the chalice, while Archbishop Archbishop sings or says:

Through him, and with him, and in him, O God, almighty Father, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, all glory and honor is yours, forever and ever.

The people acclaim: Amen.

Communion Rite

Archbishop Jumoad sets down the chalice and paten and with hands joined sings or says:

At the Savior’s command and formed by his teaching , we dare to say:

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us, and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

With hands extended, Archbishop Jumoad continues to sing or say alone:

Deliver us, Lord, we pray, from every evil, graciously grant peace in our days, that, by the help of your mercy, we may be always free from sin and safe from all distress, as we await the blessed hope and the coming of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
He joins his hands.

The people conclude the prayer, acclaiming:

For the kingdom, the power and the glory are yours now and forever.

Then Archbishop Jumoad, with hands extended, sings or says aloud:

Lord Jesus Christ, who said to your Apostles, Peace I leave you, my peace I give you, look not on our sins, but on the faith of your Church, and graciously grant her peace and unity in accordance with your will.

He joins his hands.

Who live and reign forever and ever. The people reply: Amen.

Archbishop Jumoad, turned towards the people, extending and then joining his hands, adds:

The peace of the Lord be with you always.

The people reply: And with your spirit.

Then, the Deacon, adds:

Let us offer each other the sign of peace.

And all offer one another a sign that expresses peace, communion, and charity.

Then Archbishop Jumoad takes the host, breaks it over the paten, and places a small piece in the chalice, saying quieltly:

May this mingling of the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ bring eternal life to us who receive it.

Meanwhile the following is sung:

Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccáta mundi, miserére nobis.

Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccáta mundi, miserére nobis.

Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccáta mundi, dona nobis pacem.

Then Archbishop Jumoad, with hands joined, says quietly:

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the living God, who, by the will of the Father and the work of the Holy Spirit, through your Death gave life to the world, free me by this, your most holy Body and Blood, from all my sins and from every evil; keep me always faithful to your commandments, and never let me be parted from you.

Archbishop Jumoad genuflects, takes the host and, holding it slightly raised above the paten or above the chalice, while facing the people, says aloud:

Behold the Lamb of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the world. Blessed are those called to the supper of the Lamb.

And together with the people, he adds once:

Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof, but only say the word and my soul shall be healed.

Facing the people, Archbishop Jumoad says quietly:

May the Body of Christ keep ne safe for eternal life.

And he reverently consumes the Body of Christ.

Then he takes the chalice and says quietly:

May the Blood of Christ keep me safe for eternal life.

And he reverently consumes the Blood of Christ.

Afterwards Archbishoop Jumoad gives way to the Concelebrating Archbishops, Bishops and Diocesan Administrators for their Communion and withdraws to the Cathedra.

While people take comnmunion proper hyms are sung by the choir and the people after the Communion Antiphon.

Communion Anatiphon: Andrew told his brother Simon: We have found the Messiah, the Christ, and he brought him to Jesus.

When the distribution of Communion is over, the left-over hosts are taken to the Tabernacle. The deacon purifies the paten over the chalice and also the chalice itself. These are washed.

Afterwards Archbishop Jumoad will give a little talk.

Prayer After Communion

Archbishop Jumoad, with hands joined, sings or says:

Let us pray.

May communion in your Sacrament strengthen us, O Lord, so that by the example oof the blessed Apostle Andrew we, who carry in our body the Death of Christ, may merit to live with him in glory.

Then he adds:

Let us pray: By the power of this Sacrament, O Lord, increase the gifts of your grace in me, your servant and our Bishop, that I may serve you worthily in the pastoral ministry and receive the eternal rewards of a faithful steward. Through Christ our Lord.

The people answer: Amen.

The Apostolic Nuncio speaks to the people.

Archbishop Jumoad speaks to the people.

Concluding Rite

Then Archbishop Jumoad, facing the people and extending his hands, says:

The Lord be with you.

All reply: And with your spirit.

Archbishop Jumoad:

Blessed be the name of the Lord.

All reply: Now and for ever.

Archbishop Jumoad:

Our help is in the name of the Lord.

All reply: Who made heaven and earth.

Then Archbishop Jumoad receives the mitre pastoral staff, and says:

May almighty God bless you,

making the Sign of the Cross over the people three times, he adds:

the Father, + and the Son, + and the Holy + Spirit.

The deacon, with hands joined, sings or say:

Go in peace, glorifying the Lord by your life.

The people answer:

Thanks be to God.

After very brief announcements, Archbishop Jumoad kisses the altar. Then he makes the customary reverence with the ministers and leaves, preceded by the Concelebrating Archbishops, Bishops and Diocesan Administrators, and the Apostolic Nuncio.

EUCHARISTIC CELEBRATION
At Which Will Be Held
THE RITE OF LITURGICAL RECEPTION AND INSTALLATION
of
THE MOST REV. MARTIN JUMOAD, D.D
as the
SECOND METROPOLITAN
ARCHBISHOP
of Ozamis

30 November 2016 At 9 in the Morning
Metropolitan Cathedral of Ozamis
City of Ozamiz, Misamis Occidental

Archbishop Martin Jumoad, the Apostolic Nuncio, Msgr. Giuseppe Pinto, Concelebrating Archbishops, Bishops and Diocesan Administrators, and the ministering presbyters, the ministering deacons and other ministers (of the ceremony), put on the vestments for Mass in the preparation room, attached to the cathedral to the left side, as one comes in. When it is time and everything is ready the Master of Cermonies signals for all to go towards the main door of the Cathedral.

(The Blessed Sacrament had been taken from the Sanctuary and placed in the Adoration Chapel)

THE LITURGICAL RITE OF RECEPTION

The rite of reception takes place just inside the door of the cathedral where the newly Archbishop Jumoad is received by one of the parochial vicars.

The said parochial vicar offers Archbishop Jumoad a crucifix to be kissed. Archbishop Jumoad kisses the crucifix, then with a sprinkler of holy water, he sprinkles himself and those present nearby. The bell is rung to signal the start of the Eucharist.

Entrance Antiphon: Beside the Sea of Galilee the Lord saw two brothers, Peter and Andrew, and he said to them: Come after me and I will make you fishers of men.

Entrance Hymn:

While the Entrance Hymn is sung, the procession through the church takes place. The servers lead the procession followed by the deacon carrying the Book of the Gospels, the Concelebrating Archbishops, Bishops and Diocesan Administrators and Archbishop Jumoad. The Apostolic Nuncio is the last in the order of the procession. The Cardinals present take their place at the sanctuary before the procession begins. Archbishop Dosado for reasons of health also takes his seat at the sanctuary before the procession.

The Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Jumoad, the Concelebrating Archbishops, and Bishops and Diocesan Administrators give the usual reverence to the altar (the is no Blessed Sacrament) and go to the places reserved for them. The altar and the cross are incensed by the Apostolic Nuncio.

Greeting:

Archbishop Pinto: In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.

All: Amen.

Archbishop Pinto: Peace be with you.

All: And with your spirit.

Address by Archbishop Dosado

Archbishop Jesus Dosado, helped by the Vicar General, Msgr. Maximino Naron, Jr., goes to the middle of the sanctuary, sits down and briefly addresses the congregation and welcomes Archbishop Martin Jumoad.

My dear people,

You are my abiding and unshakeable joy, especially if you remain united with your new bishop, Archbishop Martin Jumoadwho by his own will strengthen them in the firmness which the Spirit gives.

He has obtained his ministry, neither by his own efforts, nor from men nor even out of vainglory, but from the love of God the Father and of the Lord Jesus Christ.

As sons and daughters of the light of truth, flee divisions; where your shepherd is, follow him as his flock. For all who belong to God and Jesus Christ are with the bishop.

Be careful, therefore, to take part only in the one eucharist; for there is only one flesh of our Lord Jesus Christ and one cup to unite us with his blood, one altar and one bishop with the presbyters and deacons, who are his fellow servants. Then, whatever you do, you do it according to the will of God.

My brothers and sisters, the new Archbishop will make you strong – though not so much he but Jesus Christ.

I leave you with fear because of my failings and mistakes in the thirty-five years of ministry as your Bishop. I beg indulgence for the former and pardon for the latter. Most of all may God show His mercy on me.

I thank you most sincerely for all the love and work with which you have supported me in my ministry and I ask pardon for all my defects. And now, let us entrust this Holy Church through Archbishop Martin Jumoad to the care of Our Supreme Pastor, Our Lord Jesus Christ, and implore his holy Mother Mary, so that she may assist the new Archbishop in the fulfillment of his sacred duties.

With regard to myself, I wish to also devotedly serve the Holy Church of God through a life of prayer.

Dear brothers and sisters, your prayers will perfect me in the eyes of God so that I might yet receive the inheritance promised me by the merciful God.

Afterwards rchbishop Dosado returns to his place.

THE RITE OF INSTALLATION

Archbishop Pinto: Let the Apostolic Letter from the Holy See be shown and read.

All stand in deference to the Holy Father.

Reading of the Apostolic Letter

The Chancellor, Msgr. Maximino Naron, Jr., standing at the middle of the sanctuary in the middle of the sanctuary shows the Apostolic Letter to the Board of Consultors and to all.

At the ambo, Msgr. Naron reads the Apostolic Letter in Cebuano (Copies of the letter in Latin and English shall have been distributed).

Bull of Appointment of Bishop Jumoad as Archbishop of Ozamiz

FRANCIS, BISHOP, SERVANT OF THE SERVANTS OF GOD.

To the Venerable Brother, MARTIN S. JUMOAD, bishop up to now of Isabela, elected Archbishop of Ozamis, greetings and Apostolic Benediction. Meditating piously the word of God contained in Sacred Scriptures, we devote diligently in announcing the truth about the salvific work of Jesus Christ to all men of good will, as we carry out the important office of Peter's successor. We wish to foster the good of all the faithful bearing in mind their spiritual situation. At this point in time we wish to appoint a new shepherd for the Church of Ozamis, since the previous bishop, Venerable Brother Jesus A. Dosado, CM., resigned from his duty of governing said church. Searching for a man qualified to undertake the pastoral field, we thought of you, Venerable Brother, whom we have seen prepared to undertake this office, since you have achieved human gifts both in spiritual and intellectual domain as well as in priestly and episcopal work in the prelature of Isabela. Upon consultation with the Congregation for Bishops and by the power of our Apostolic Office, we release you from said prelature and we appoint you as Metropolitan Archbishop with all the rights and privileges, conjoint with the congruent obligations thereof. We now turn our mind to the Clergy and to all the faithful of this Archdiocese and we exhort them that by this our decree made to a certain degree by you, to observe studiously the divine precepts in ineeveryday life with you following the path of holiness, and with you guiding them diliglently. Earnestly invoke the Holy Spirit, Venerable Brother, so that the heart of all the faithful entrusted to your pastoral care may be filled with joy and peace through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Given in Rome, at St. Peter, the 4th day of October, in the year of the Lord 2016, Jubilee of Mercy, the 4th Year of our Pontificate.

Francis
Francis Pive,
Protonotary Apostolic

As a response of thanks to the Holy Father all clap their hands and then an acclamation is sung.

Acclamation: (Sung) Thanks be to God!

Seating of Archbishop Jumoad

The Apostolic Nuncio escorts Archbishop Jumoad to the Cathedra. Archbishop Jumoad sits on the Cathedra.

Presentation of the Pastoral Staff

The Apostolic Nuncio standing in front of Archbishop Jumoad presents him the pastoral staff.

Apostolic Nuncio: Our Holy Father, Pope Francis has chosen you to be the Shepherd of the people of the Church of Ozamis. With prayerful confidence and trust I hand to you the pastoral staff as a sign of the office of shepherd.

May the Lord sustain you, as you watch over His flock of this Archdiocese to which the Spirit has assigned you as Archbishop to serve this Church of God.

Archbishop Jumoad, remaining seated, receives the pastoral staff and responds: With faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, and with love of God in my heart, I accept the pastoral care of the people of God in the Archdiocese of Ozamis entrusted to me in stewardship.

I resolve to serve faithfully the Church in this Archdiocese.

 

The choir leads the singing of the Alleluia and other hymns while the greeting and homage is being done.

Greeting and Homage

The attending Archbihsops,  Bishops and Diocesan  Adminisrators give  Archbishop Jumoad their hands in partnership. The clergy of the Archdiocese of Ozamis offer the sign of obedience. Designaated persons offer a sign of obeisance or reverence to Archbishop Jumoad. During the whole time of the homage, appropriate hymns are sung.

The penitential rite and Kyrie are omitted.

 

Gloria

Archbishop Jumoad intones the Gloria. The Mass then proceeds in the usual way.

Opening Prayer

Archbishop Jumoad, with hands joined, sings or says:

Let us pray:

Archbishop Jumoad and the people pray silently for a while. Then, Archbishop Jumoad extends his hands and sings or says the opening prayer.

We humbly implore your majesty, O Lord, that, just as the blessed Apostle Andrew was for your Church a preacher and pastor, so he may be for us a constant intercessor before you.

He, then, adds the following:

O God, eternal shepherd of the faithful, who tend your Church in countless ways and rule over her in love, grant, we pray, that I, your servant, Whom you have set over your people, may preside in the place of Christ over the flock whose shepherd he is, and be faithful as a ateacher of doctrine, a Priest of sacred worship and as one who serves them by governing. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, For ever and ever.

The people answer: Amen.

Liturgy of the Word

First Reading Rom 10:9-18

The reader goes to the ambo and proclaims the First Reading.

A reading from the Letter of the Apostle Paul to the Church in Rome.

If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.

For one believes with the heart and so is justified, and one confesses with the mouth and so is saved.

The Scripture says, No one who believes in him will be put to shame. There is no distinction between Jew and Greek; the same Lord is Lord of all, enriching all who call upon him.

For everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.

But how can they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how can they believe in him of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone to preach? And how can people preach unless they are sent?As it is written, How beautiful are the feet of those who bring the good news! But not everyone has heeded the good news; for Isaiah says, Lord, who has believed what was heard from us?Thus faith comes from what is heard, and what is heard comes through the word of Christ.But I ask, did they not hear? Certainly they did; for Their voice has gone forth to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world.

The Word of the Lord.

The people answer: Thanks be to God.

Responsorial Psalm (chanted) Ps 19:8, 9, 10, 11

The lay people, constituted into a choir, stand. The cantor sings the psalm, and the people respond.

C. Their message goes out through all the earth.

R. Their message goes out through all the earth.

C. The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament proclaims his handiwork. Day pours out the word to day, and night imparts knowledge.

R. Their message goes out through all the earth.

C. Not a word nor a discourse whose voice is not heard; Through all the earth their voice resounds, and to the end of the world, their message.

R. Their message goes out through all the earth.

Gospel Acclamation Alleluia Mt 4:19

R. Alleluia.

Come after me, says the Lord, and I will make you fishers of men.

R. Alleluia.

Gospel Mt 4:18-22

Archbishop Jumoad puts some incense in the censer. Then, the deacon who is to proclaim the gospel brings the gospel book, bows before Archbishop Jumoad and in a low voice asks for the blessing:

Father, give me your blessing.

Archbishop Jumoad says in a low voice:

The Lord be in your heart and on your lips that you may worthily proclaim his gospel. In the name of the Father+, and of the Son+, and of the Holy+ Spirit.

The deacon answers: Amen.

Then, the deacon goes to the ambo. He is accompanied by ministers with incense and candles. He sings or says:

The Lord be with you.

The people answer: And with your spirit.

The deacon sings or says:

A Reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew.

He makes the sign of the cross on the book, and then on his forehead, lips and breast.

The people respond:

Glory to you, O Lord.

The deacon incenses the Book of the Gospels, and proclaims the gospel.

As Jesus was walking by the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon who is called Peter, and his brother Andrew, casting a net into the sea; they were fishermen.

He said to them, "Come after me, and I will make you fishers of men." At once they left their nets and followed him.

He walked along from there and saw two other brothers, James, the son of Zebedee, and his brother John. They were in a boat, with their father Zebedee, mending their nets.

He called them, and immediately they left their boat and their father and followed him.
At the end of the Gospel, the deacon adds:

The Gospel of the Lord.

All respond: Praise to you, Lord Jesus Christ.

The deacon carries the Book of the Gospels to Archbishop Jumoad, who as a sign of reverence, kisses it and blesses the gathered assembly with it.

HOMILY

Archbishop Dosado will give the homily.

Your Excellency. Most Rev. Giuseppe Pinto, Apostolic Nuncio in the Philippines, Most Reverend Socrates Villegas, President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conferance of the Philippines, Most Reverend Martin Jumoad, newly installed Archbishop of Ozamis, my brother Bishops, Priests, religious, my brothers and sisters.

Of the gifts left by our Lord when he ascended to equip the holy ones for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ (cf. Eph 4,12), we have inherited three kinds of ministry, ranging upwards in being servants: deacons, presbyters, and bishops, with the bishop of Rome as the servant of the servants of God.

In the Bull of Appointment from the Servant of the Servants of God, Pope Francis wrote to Bishop Martin: we appoint you Metropolitan Archbishop. We were all surprised here in Ozamiz, to say the least, with this notification from the Apostolic Nunciature, and people asked, where did he come to be chosen?

But like all his ancestors in the ministry he was the result of an all night prayer of the Lord: "Jesus spent the night in prayer to God. ... When day came, he called his disciples to himself, and from them he chose Twelve: ... Simon, whom he named Peter, and his brother Andrew (cf. Luke 6,12-14)."

Andrew was elected from where he was: "Beside the Sea of Galilee the Lord saw two brothers, Peter and Andrew, and he said to them: Come after me and I will make you fishers of men." I suppose God looked at the boy from Kinasang-an, Pardo in Cebu and chose him. "It was not you who chose me, but I who chose you" (Jn 15,16).

What God has planned that He will do through whatever twists and turns this happens. Most of the chosen underwent some kind of formation, mostly in seminaries. Through interventions of various people they finally arrive at the supreme moment of their life: ordination.

In the language of the young today, "Awesome". I mean it is amazing that I could do this and more: to make our Lord present! I utter a few words and Our Lord comes down from heaven to enclose himself in a tiny host (From Saint John Mary Vianney)!

Or as our ancestors used to sing after the the 1937 In ternational Eucharistic Congress in Manila, "Gloria a Jesús que se enciera En la hostia de bendicion! Postraos, cielos y tierra en rendida adoración" That which had never been visible to human eyes began to be tangible to my hands as well.

We the ordained priests received the most frightening faculty to do what only He, the Son of God, can legitimately say and do: I can forgive you your sins!

When the priest forgives sins, or speaks the words of Consecration, or preaches, he speaks in the first person singular—I absolve you. I am rightly awed at such power realizing that behind these words lies His suffering. The forgiveness come at a price: In his Passion Christ went deep down into the sordid darkness of sins. Sins that make us sinners unlovable.

As the years pass by we the ordained grow on this certainty about our own identity, not artificially constructed, but freely and divinely given and received. Identity which came not through cultural and historical reasons as some would want us to believe, but on the explicit will of the Lord who during the Last Supper in the Upper Room He explicitly told the Apostles and their successors, and through them to us priests of different places, "Do this in memory of me."

The greatness of Christ’s priesthood can make us tremble. We can be tempted to cry out with Peter: "Lord, depart from me, for I am a sinful man" (Lk 5,8), because we find it hard to believe that Christ called us specifically. Could he not have chosen someone else, more capable, more holy? But Jesus has looked lovingly upon each one of us, and in this gaze of his we have confidence. The faithful expect only one thing from priests: that they be specialists in promoting the encounter between man and God.

The priest is not asked to be an expert in economics, construction or politics. He is expected to be an expert in the spiritual life. In the face of the temptations of relativism or the permissive society, there is absolutely no need for the priest to know all the latest, changing currents of thought through facebook or twitter or whatever new gadgets there are; what the faithful expect from him is that he be a witness to the eternal wisdom contained in the revealed word.

Christ needs priests who are mature, virile, capable of cultivating an authentic spiritual paternity. For this to happen, priests need to be honest with themselves and trusting in the divine mercy, the help of divine grace, even if ther are contained in earthenware vessels (cf. 2 Cor 4,7).

The Lord addresses to us priests these wonderful words: "I no longer call you slaves……I have called you friends" (Jn 15,15). So many times we feel like, and it is true, that we are only useless and sinful servants (cf. Lk 17,10). And despite this, the Lord calls us friends, he makes us his friends, he gives us his friendship.

I am proud that God has graced me to become one His priests. What I wear, what I eat, what kind of transport I have is less important than what I am. A priest of Jesus Christ. This may not make any sense to the world but to me it makes all the sense in the world.

We know God has a specific plan for each one of us whatever it is and I am convinced that what God has planned, that He will do. All things that happen to us were and are within the purview of God’s instruments even the bad ones and there are many of these. For we we know that to those who love God and are called according to His purpose all things work together (Rom 8,28). Or as they say in Spain and in one of their languages. "no hay mal que por bien no venga."

And so we go on with God as our only security. Security is a big thing for bishops. But actually this does not count any more because we know we can depend on Christ who will take care of us.

This calls to mind Saint Peter and the place in the Gospel where Jesus walked on the water and told the apostles in the boat tossed by a storm: "‘Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid.’ Peter said to him in reply, ‘Lord, if it is you, command me to come to you on the water.’ He said, ‘Come.’ Peter got out of the boat and began to walk on the water toward Jesus. But when he saw the wind he became frightened; and, beginning to sink, he cried out, ‘Lord, save me’"! (cf. Mt 14,24-31)

No one can see the wind. But when we lose our focus on Christ and become distracted by so many things, when we fear, then we begin to sink.

With the security of Christ we go on. We go on until our strength no longer sustains us. For as the Teacher tells us: "In your old age he sun is darkened and the light and the moon and the stars and the clouds return after the rain. ... when one is afraid of heights, and perils in the street; And the dust returns to the earth as it once was, and the life breath stops" (cf. Eccl 12,1-7).

Pope Francis was right when when he issued a Rescript or Decree on November 5, 2014, reminding everyone that the role and weight of the office of bishop in the modern world "requires great competence, ability, as well as human and spiritual qualities" and he encouraged diocesan bishops who do not feel up to the job to ask for early retirement.

Now I understand what Pope Benedict said: "In today’s world, subject to so many rapid changes and shaken by questions of deep relevance for the life of faith, in order to govern the barque of Saint Peter and proclaim the Gospel, both strength of mind and body are necessary, strength which in the last few months, has deteriorated in me to the extent that I have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry entrusted to me."

For all of us there is a time to move on, that we say with Saint Paul: "I have fought the good fight, I have kept the faith and – more or less – I have finished the race" (cf, 2Tim 4,7).

THE CREED (Archbishop Jumoad leads the recitation of the Creed)

We believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, maker of heaven and earth, of all that is seen and unseen.We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ, the only Son of God, eternally begotten of the Father, God from God, Light from Light, true God from true God, begotten, not made, one in Being with the Father. Through him all things were made.

For us men and for our salvation he came down from heaven: [bow during the next two lines:] by the power of the Holy Spirit he was born of the Virgin Mary, and became man.For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate; he suffered, died, and was buried. On the third day he rose again in fulfillment of the Scriptures; he ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father.

He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead, and his kingdom will have no end. We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of

life, who proceeds from the Father and the Son. With the Father and the Son he is worshipped and glorified. He has spoken through the Prophets.

We believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church. We acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins. We look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come. Amen.

General Intercessions

The Prayer of the Faithful follows.

(Borrowed from the Installartion of Archbishop Lavarias, culled from the speeches of Pope Francis. No chance yet to ask permission.)
Archbishop Jumoad:

"We are called and made shepherdsnot by ourselves but by the Lord,and not to serve ourselves, but rather to serve the flock entrusted to our care,to serve to the extent of offering our lives like Christ,theGood Shepherd."

1. For the Church: that it may be "like a field hospital after battle healing the wounds of sin and division of despair and misery with God’s grace and the miracle of his love."

(Cantor - sung) Let us pray to the Lord.

All respond: We beseech you, hear our prayer.

2. For bishops: that "they may welcome their people with affection, with mercy, with fatherly gentleness and fairness, with humility, and with discretion; gentle, patient and merciful; animated by their inner poverty, the freedom of the Lord and also by outward simplicity and austerity of life… Shepherds without the psychology of princes."

(Cantor - sung) Let us pray to the Lord.

All respond: We beseech you, hear our our prayer.

3. For the priests: that "they may accompany the flock: walk alongside the faithful and all those who turn to them, sharing their joys and hopes, difficulties and sufferings, as brothers and friends, between more so as fathers, who are able to listen, to understand, to help, and to orient… who have the "smell of their sheep."

Cantor (sung): Let us pray to the Lord.

All respond: (sung) Lord, we beseech you, hear our prayer.

4. For the new archbishop of Ozamis: that he may tend the flock of God that is in his charge as a brother to fellow priests, a father to the youth and the poor, a teacher of faith, a pastor and servant to all of God’s faithful.

Cantor (sung): Let us pray to the Lord.

All respond: (sung) Lord, we beseech you, hear our prayer.

5. For all "those in possession of greater resources, for public authorities and all people of good will who are working for social justice: that they never tire of working for a more just world, marked by the greater solidarity, that is, seeking others not as rivals or statistics, but brothers and sisters."

Cantor (sung): Let us pray to the Lord.

All respond: (sung) Lord, we beseech you, hear our prayer.

Archbishop Jumoad: God, our Father give us servant-leaders and "pastorswho are vigilant of the dangers that threaten the flock, who can imbue hope and have sun and light in their hearts, to lovingly and patiently support the plans which you bring about in your people" Through Christ our Lord.

The people answer: Amen.

Liturgy of the Eucharist

Preparation of the Altar

The Offertory Song begins. Meanwhile, the ministers place the corporal, the purificator, the chalice, the pall, and the missal on the altar.

Preparation of the Gifts

The faithful express their participation by making an offering, bringing forward bread and wine for the celebration of the Eucharist. Only the items to be used in the Eucharist are brought to the sanctuary; gifts of any kind will be given after the Mass.
Archbishop Jumoad, standing at the altar, takes the paten with the bread and holds it slightly raised above the altar with both hands, saying in a low voice:

Blessed are you, Lord God of all creation, for through your goodness we have received the bread we offer you: fruit of the earth and work of human hands, it will become for us the bread of life.

Then he places the paten with the bread on the corporal.

The people may acclaim:

Blessed be God for ever.

Archbishop Jumoad then takes the chalice and holds it slightly raised above the altar with both hands, saying in a low voice:

Blessed are you, Lord God of all creation, for through your goodness we have received the wine we offer you: fruit of the vine and work of human hands it will become our spiritual drink.

Then he places the chalice on the corporal.

The people may acclaim:

Blessed be God for ever.

Archbishop Jumoad incenses the offerings, the cross, and the altar. The deacon then incenses Archbishop Jumoad, the Concelebrating Archbishops, Bishops and Diocesan Administrators, and the people. The singing by the choir may be extended until the incensation ends.

Next Archbishop Jumoad stands at the side of the alatar, washes his hands saying quietly:

Wash me, O Lord, from my iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin.

Standing at the middle of the altar, facing the people, extending and then joining his hands, Archbishop Jumoad says:

Pray, brothers and sisters, that my sacrifice and yours may be acceptable to God, the Almighty Father.

The people rise, if they are seated, and reply:

May the Lord accept the sacrifice at your hands for the praise and glory of his name, for our good and the good of all his holy Church.

Prayer Over the Offerings

With hands extended, Archbishop Jumoad sings or says the prayer over the gifts.

Grant us, almighty God, that through these offerings, which we bring on the feast day of Sint Andrew, we may please you by what we have brought and be given life by what you have accepted. Through Christ our Lord.

The people answer: Amen.

THE EUCHARISTIC PRAYER

Then, Archbishop Jumoad begins the Eucharistic Prayer.

Extending his hands, he says or sings:

V. The Lord be with you.

R. And with your spirit.

V. Lift up your hearts.

R. We lift them up to the Lord.

V. Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.

R. It is right and just.

It is truly right and just, our duty and our salvation, always and everywhere to give you thanks, Lord holy Father, almighty and eternal God, through Christ our Lord.  

For you have built your Church to satand firm on apostolic foundations, to be a lasting sign of your holiness on earth and offer all humanity your heavenly teaching.

Therefore, now and for ages unending, with all the host of Angels, we sing to you with all our hearts, crying out as we acclaim:

Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God of hosts, Heaven and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest.

The Apostolic Nuncio and Msgr. Edwin de la Pe a flank Archbishop Jumoad.
Archbishop Jumoad, with hands extended, says:

You are indeed Holy, O Lord, the fountain of all holiness.

Archbishop Jumoad and all concelebrants, holding their hands extended toward the offerings say:

Make holy, therefore, these gifts, we pray, by sending down your Spirit upon them like a dewfall,

Archbishop Jumoad joins his hands and makes the Sign of the Cross once over the bread and the chalice, saying:

so that they may become for us the + Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Archbishop Jumoad and the concelebrants join their hands. In the fomulas that follow, the words of the Lord should be pronounced clearly and distinctly, as the nature of these words require.

At the time he was betrayed and entered willingly into his Passion,

He takes the bread and raising it a little abive the altar, continues:

he took bread and, giving thanks, broke it, and gave it to his disciples, saying:

He bows a little. Each concelebrant extends his right hand toward the bread, if this seems appropriate.

TAKE THIS, ALL OF YOU, AND EAT OF IT, FOR THIS IS MY BODY, WHICH WILL BE GIVEN UP FOR YOU.

Archbishop Jumoad ahows the consecrated host to the people, places it on the paten, genuflects in adoration. The concelebrants join their hands, look toward the consecrated host as it is shown, and after this bow profoundly. After this, Archbishop Jumoad and all concelebrants continue:

In a similar way, when supper was ended, he took the chalice,

Archbishop Jumoad takes the chalice and, raising it a little above the altar continues with the concelebrants:

and, once more giving thanks, he gave it to his disciples, saying:

Each concelebrant extends his right hand toward the chalice, if this seem appropriate.

TAKE THIS, ALL OF YOU, AND DRINK FROM IT, FOR THIS IS THE CHALICE OF MY BLOOD, THE BLOOD OF THE NEW AND ETERNAL COVENANT, WHICH WILL BE POURED OUT FOR YOU AND FOR MANY FOR THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS.

DO THIS IN MEMORY OF ME.

The concelebrants join their hands, look toward the chalice as it is shown, and after this bow profoundly.

Then Archbishop Jumoad sings or says:

The mystery of faith.

And the concelebrants with the people continue, acclaiming:

When we eat this Bread and drink this Cup, we proclaim your death, O Lord, until you come again.

Archbishop Jumoad and the concelebrants, with hands extended say:

Therefore, as we celebrate the memorial of his Death and Resurrection, we offer you, Lord, the Bread of life and the Chalice of salvation, giving thanks that you have held us worthy to be in your presence and minister to you.

Humbly we pray that, partaking of the Body and Blood of Christ, we may be gathered into one by the Holy Spirit.

They join their hands.

With hands extended, the Aposotolic Nuncio says:

Remember, Lord, your Church, spread throughout the world, and bring her to the fullness of charity, together with Francis, our Pope and Martin, our Bishop and all the clergy.

He joins his hands.

With hands extended, Msgr. Edwin de la Pe a says:

Remember also our brotheers and sisters who have fallen asleep in the hope of the resurrection, and all who have died in your mercy: welcome them into the light of your face.

Have mercy on us all, we pray, that with the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God, with the blessed Joseph, her Spouse, with the blessed Apostles, and all the Saints who have plleased you through the ages, we may merit to be coheirs to eternal life, and may praise and glorify you.

He joins his hands.

Through your Son, Jesus Christ.

Archbishop Jumoad raises the paten with the host and the deacon raises the chalice, while Archbishop Jumoad sings or says:

Through him, and with him, and in him, O God, almighty Father, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, all glory and honor is yours, forever and ever.

The people acclaim: Amen.

Communion Rite

Archbishop Jumoad sets down the chalice and paten and with hands joined sings or says:

At the Savior’s command and formed by his teaching , we dare to say:

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us, and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

With hands extended, Archbishop Jumoad continues to sing or say alone:

Deliver us, Lord, we pray, from every evil, graciously grant peace in our days, that, by the help of your mercy, we may be always free from sin and safe from all distress, as we await the blessed hope and the coming of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
He joins his hands.

The people conclude the prayer, acclaiming:

For the kingdom, the power and the glory are yours now and forever.

Then Archbishop Jumoad, with hands extended, sings or says aloud:

Lord Jesus Christ, who said to your Apostles, Peace I leave you, my peace I give you, look not on our sins, but on the faith of your Church, and graciously grant her peace and unity in accordance with your will.

He joins his hands.

Who live and reign forever and ever. The people reply: Amen.

Archbishop Jumoad, turned towards the people, extending and then joining his hands, adds:

The peace of the Lord be with you always.

The people reply: And with your spirit.

Then, the Deacon, adds:

Let us offer each other the sign of peace.

And all offer one another a sign that expresses peace, communion, and charity.

Then Archbishop Jumoad takes the host, breaks it over the paten, and places a small piece in the chalice, saying quieltly:

May this mingling of the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ bring eternal life to us who receive it.

Meanwhile the following is sung:

Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccáta mundi, miserére nobis.

Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccáta mundi, miserére nobis.

Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccáta mundi, dona nobis pacem.

Then Archbishop Jumoad, with hands joined, says quietly:

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the living God, who, by the will of the Father and the work of the Holy Spirit, through your Death gave life to the world, free me by this, your most holy Body and Blood, from all my sins and from every evil; keep me always faithful to your commandments, and never let me be parted from you.

Archbishop Jumoad genuflects, takes the host and, holding it slightly raised above the paten or above the chalice, while facing the people, says aloud:

Behold the Lamb of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the world. Blessed are those called to the supper of the Lamb.

And together with the people, he adds once:

Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof, but only say the word and my soul shall be healed.

Facing the people, Archbishop Jumoad says quietly:

May the Body of Christ keep me safe for eternal life.

And he reverently consumes the Body of Christ.

Then he takes the chalice and says quietly:

May the Blood of Christ keep me safe for eternal life.

And he reverently consumes the Blood of Christ.

Afterwards Archbishoop Jumoad gives way to the Concelebrating Archbishops, Bishops and Diocesan Administrators for their Communion and withdraws to the Cathedra.

While people take comnmunion proper hyms are sung by the choir and the people after the Communion Antiphon.

Communion Anatiphon: Andrew told his brother Simon: We have found the Messiah, the Christ, and he brought him to Jesus.

When the distribution of Communion is over, the left-over hosts are taken to the Tabernacle. The deacon purifies the paten over the chalice and also the chalice itself. These are rinsed by the servers.

Afterwards Archbishop Jumoad will give a little talk.

Prayer After Communion

Archbishop Jumoad, with hands joined, sings or says:

Let us pray.

May communion in your Sacrament strengthen us, O Lord, so that by the example oof the blessed Apostle Andrew we, who carry in our body the Death of Christ, may merit to live with him in glory.

Then he adds:

Let us pray: By the power of this Sacrament, O Lord, increase the gifts of your grace in me, your servant and our Bishop, that I may serve you worthily in the pastoral ministry and receive the eternal rewards of a faithful steward. Through Christ our Lord.

The people answer: Amen.

The Apostolic Nuncio speaks to the people.

Archbishop Jumoad speaks to the people.

Concluding Rite

Then Archbishop Jumoad, facing the people and extending his hands, says:

The Lord be with you.

All reply: And with your spirit.

Archbishop Jumoad:

Blessed be the name of the Lord.

All reply: Now and for ever.

Archbishop Jumoad:

Our help is in the name of the Lord.

All reply: Who made heaven and earth.

Then Archbishop Jumoad receives the mitre pastoral staff, and says:

May almighty God bless you,

making the Sign of the Cross over the people three times, he adds:

the Father, + and the Son, + and the Holy + Spirit.

The deacon, with hands joined, sings or say:

Go in peace, glorifying the Lord by your life.

The people answer:

Thanks be to God.

After very brief announcements, Archbishop Jumoad kisses the altar. Then he makes the customary reverence with the ministers and leaves, preceded by the Concelebrating Archbishops, Bishops and Diocesan Administrators, and the Apostolic Nuncio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KASAULOGAN SA EUKARISTIYA
Kanus-a Ipahigayon Ang
RITO SA LITURHIKANHON NGA PAGDAWAT
UG PAGPALINGKOD
kang
LABING TALAHURON MARTIN JUMOAD, D.D
isip ang
IKADUHA NGA ARSOBISPO 
METROPOLITANO
sa Ozamis

30 Nobiembre 2016 Sa A Las 9 Sa Buntag
Katedral Metropolitano sa Ozamis
Dakbayan Sa Ozamiz, Misamis Occidental

Si Arsobispo Martin Jumoad, ang Nuncio Apostoliko, Msgr. Giuseppe Pinto, ang mga Nagduyog nga mga Arsobispo, mga Obispo, ug mga Nanagdumala og mga Diosesis, ang mga nangalagad sa Kasaulogan nga mga pari, mga diakono ug uban pa nga mga nangalagad sa Kasaulogan mag-ilis alang sa Eukaristiya sa lawak pangandamanan, nga gidugtong sa kilid sa katedral sa may walá pagsulod sa atubangan niini. Diha nga yakna na ug andam na ang tanan, ang Tigdumala sa Kasaulogan musinyas ug ang tanan mangadto paingon sa pultahan sa Katedral.

(Ang Santisimo gikuha nang daan gikan sa Butanganan niini ug gibalhin sa Perpetual Adoration Chapel)

ANG RITO NGA LITURHIKANHON SA PAGDAWAT

Ang rito sa pagdawat anha himoa sa sulod sa pultahan sa katedral diin si Arsobispo Jumoad dawaton sa usa sa mga luyuluyo nga pari sa Parokya sa Simbahan sa Katedral.

Ang gihisgot nga luyuluyo mutanyag kang Arsobispo Jumoad sa krusipiho aron mahagkan. Hagkan kini ni Arsobispo Jumoad, dayon musablig og bendita sa iyang kaugalingon ug sa mga duol nga nanambong. Bagtingon ang gamay nga kampana pagtimaan sa sinugdan sa Eukaristiya.

Antipona sa Pagsugod: Sa daplin sa Lanaw sa Galilea nakita sa Ginuo ang duha ka igsuon si Pedro ug si Andres, Gitawag sila niya sa pag-ingon: "Kuyog kamo kanako kay tudloam ko kamo pagpanagat og mga tawo."

Awit sa Pagsugod:

Samtang kamulo nga giawit ang Awit sa Pagsugod, ipahigayon ang prosisyon sa sulod sa simbahan. Mag-una ang mga kolitos, nga sundan sa diakono nga nagdala sa Basahon sa Ebanghelyo, sa mga Nanag-unong sa Kasaulogan nga mga Arsobispo, Obispo ug Tigdumala og mga Diosesis ug ni Arsobispo Jumoad. Ang Apostolic Nuncio ang ulahi sa prosisyon. Ang mga Kardenal nga nag-apil sa kasaulogan manglingkod nang daan sa sanctuary sa dili pa magsugod ang prosisyon. Si Arsobispo Dosado maglingkod nang daan usab sa sanctuary sa wala pa ang prosisyon.

Ang Apostolic Nuncio, si Arsobispo Jumoad, ang nanag-apil sa Misa nga mga Arsobispo, Obispo Nanagdumala of mga Diosesis muhimo sa naandan nga pagtahod sa altar (Walay sulod ang Tabernakulo niining tungora) ug muadto sa gigahin nga mga dapit alang kanila. Ang altar ug ang krus insensohan sa Apostolic Nuncio.

Himamat:

Arsobispo Pinto: Sa ngalan sa Amahan, ug sa Anak, ug sa Espiritu Santo.

Tanan: Amen

Arsobispo Pinto: Ang kalinaw maanaa kaninyo

Tanan: Maanaa usab kanimo.

Pamulong ni Arsobispo Dosado

Si Arsobispo Jesus Dosado, inabayan sa Pangtanan nga Puli, Monsenyor Maximino Naron, Jr., muadto sa taliwala sa sanctuary, mulingkod ug hamubo nga mamulong sa pundok ug mahinangpon nga mudawat kang Arsobispo Martin Jumoad.

Binati nako nga katawhan,

Kamo ang ako nga magpabilin ug dili matay-og nga kalipay, labi na kon kamo pabilin nga usa sa bag-o ninyo nga obispo, si Arsobispo Martin Jumoad nga sa iyang kaugalingon nga kabubut-on magpalig-on kanila dinha sa kahugot nga ihatag kanila sa Espiritu.

Naiya ang pangalagad, dili pinaagi sa kaugalingon niya nga paningkamot, ni gikan sa mga tawo, ni aron mangandak, kondili gikan sa gugma sa Dios Amahan ug sa Ginuong Jesukristo.

Isip mga anak sa kahayag sa kamatuoran, likaye ang pagbahinbahin; asa gani ang inyong magbalantay, sunda siya. Kay tanan nga iyaha sa Dios ug ni Jesukristo anaa uban sa obispo.

Mao nga pagbantay, pag-ambit sa usa lamang ka eukaristiya; kay usa lamang ang unod sa atong Ginuong Jesukristo ug usa ka kopa paghiusa kanato sa iyang dugo, usa ka altar ug usa ka obispo uban sa iyang mga pari nga iyang kauban nga mga alagad. Mao, nga unsa ang inyong buhaton, buhata kini sumala sa Dios.

Akong mga igsuon, ang bag-o nga Arsobispo maglig-on kaninyo - bisan og dili kaayo siya ang maglig-onkondili si Jesukristo.

Mubiya ako uban og kahadlok tungod sa akong mga kakulangon ug mga kasipyatan sa katloan ug lima ka tuig nga pangalagad nako isip Obispo. Magmatugutanon unta kaomo niadto ug magmapasayluonniini. Labaw sa tanan, ipakita unta sa Dios kanako ang kaluoy.

Pinakamatinud-anon nakong pasaIamat kaninyo sa tanan ninyong gugma ug buhat nga inyong gisuporta kanako sa akong pangalagad ug nangayo ako og pasaylo sa mga sayop. Ug karon, itugyan nato kining Balaan nga Simbahan pinaagi ni Arsobispo Martin Jumoad ngadto sa pag-atiman sa Labaw nga Magbalantay, Atong Ginuong Jesukristo ug pangayuon nato sa iyang balaan nga Inahan nga si Maria aron tabangan niya si Arxobispo Jumoad pagtuman sa iyang tahas.

Bahin kanako, buot ako nga mapuanguron nga nga mag-alagad sa Balaan nga Simbahan sa Dios pinaagi og kinabuhi sa pag-ampo.

Binati nga mga igsuon, ang inyong mga pag-ampo maghingpit kanako sa mga mata sa Dios aron makadawat gihapon ako sa kabilin nga gisaad sa maluluy-on nga Dios.

Human niini Arsobispo Dosado mubalik sa iyang dapit.

ANG RITO SA PAGPALINGKOD

Arsobispo Pinto: Ipakita ug ipabasa ang Apostolikanhon nga Sulat gikan sa Santo Papa.

Tanan manindog pagpakita og pagtahod sa Santo Papa

Pagbasa sa Apostolikanhon nga Sulat

Ang Kansilyer, si Monsenyor Maximino Naron, Jr., nga nagtindog sa taliwala sa sanctuary mupakita ngadto sa Hunta sa mga Tigtambag ug ngadto sa tanan sa Apostolikanhon nga Sulat.

Dinha sa ambo, si Monsenyor Naron mubasa sa Apostolikanhon nga Sulat sa Binisaya (Mga kopya nga linatin ug iningles naapud-apod nang daan).

Selyado nga Kasulatan Pagtudlo kang Obispo Jumoad isip Arsobispo sa Ozamiz

GIKAN NI FRANCISCO, SULUGUON SA MGA SULUGUON SA DIOS.

Alang sa Talahuron nga Igsuon, MARTIN S. JUMOAD, obispo hangtod karon sa Isabela, gipili nga Arsobispo sa Ozamis, mga pagtimbaya ug Apostolikanhon nga Bendisyon. Maampuon nga namalandong sa pulong sa Dios nga anaa dinha sa Balaan nga mga Kasulatan, makugihon namo nga gisangyaw ang kamatuoran mahitungod sa buhat sa pangluwas ni Jesukristo ngadto sa tanan nga mg tawo nga maayo og kabubut-on, sa among paghimo sa mahinungdanon nga katungdanan sa sumusunod ni Pedro. Buot kami mag-amuma sa kaayohan sa tanan nga mga matuuhon, nga mahunahunaon sa kahimtang nila nga espirituhanon. Niining tungora sa kasaysayan buot kami magtudlo og bag-o nga magbalantay sa Simbahan sa Ozamis, kay ang kanhi nga obispo, ang talahuron nga Igsuon Jesus A. Dosado, CM., niluwat sa iyang kaakohan paggahom sa mao nga simbahan. Pagpangita og tawo nga sarang makasagubang sa lunâ sa magbalantay, kami nakahunahuna kanimo, Talahuron nga Igsuon, nga amo nga nakita nga andam pagpahigayon niining mao nga katungdanan, kay nakab-ot man nimo ang mga gasa sa espiritu ug sa salabotan ug ingon man sa buhat sa pari ug sa obispo didto sa prelatura sa Isabela. Sa pagpakisayod sa Buhatan alang sa mga Obispo sa gahom sa amo nga Katungdanan nga Apostolikanhon, amo ikaw nga buhian sa mao nga prelatura ug amo ikaw nga gitudlo isip Arsobispo Metropolitano uban sa tanan nga mga katungod ug mga pribilihiyo, ug ingon man sa giuban nga mga kaakohan nga naggikan niini. Karon sa mga Kaparian ug sa tanan nga mga matuuhon niining mao nga Artsidiosesis amo sila nga awhagon nga pinaagi sa gahom niining mao nga kasulatan ug pinaagi sa imong paningkamot, matinun-anon nila nga tumanon ang mga sugo sa Dios sa adlaw-adlaw nga pagpuyo uban kanimo nga nagasunod sa dalan sa kabalaan, ug uban sa imong makugihon nga pagtultol. Tininud-a pagsangpit ang Espiritu Santo, Talahuron nga Igsuon, aron ang kasingkasing sa tanan nga mga matuuhon nga gitugyan sa imong pag-atiman isip magbalantay mapuno sa kalipay ug sa kalinaw pinaagi sa pangaliya sa Bulahan nga Birhen Maria.

Pinirmahan sa Roma, sa Basilika ni San Pedro, sa 4 sa Octubre, sa tuig sa Ginuo 2016, Juibileo sa Kaluoy, sa Ika Upat nga tuig sa among Pagka Santo Papa.

Francisco

Francisco Pive,
Protonotario Apostoliko

Timaan sa pagpasalamat sa Santo Papa mamakpak ang tanan ug dayon awiton ang usa ka aklamasyon.

Aklamasyon (inawit) Salamat sa Dios!

Pagpalingkod kang Arsobispo Jumoad

Ang Apostolic Nuncio muabay kang Arsobispo Jumoad ngadto sa Cathedra. Mulingkod si Arsobispo Jumoad sa Cathedra.

Pagtugyan sa Sungkod sa Magbalantay

Ang Apostolic Nuncio nga nagtindog sa atubangan ni Atsobispo Jumoad mutugyan kaniya sa sungkod sa magbalantay.

Apostolic Nuncio: Ang atong Santo Papa nipili kanimo isip ang Magbalantay sa katawhan sa Simbahan sa Ozamis. Uban og maampuon nga kompyansa ug pagsalig ako nga itugyan kanimo ang sungkod sa magbalantay isip timaan sa katungdanan sa magbalantay.

Musagang unta kanimo ang Ginuo sa imong pagbantay sa Iyang panon ning Artsidiosesis nga niini gitudlo kanimo sa Espiritu isip Arsobispo pag-alagad sa Simbahan sa Dios.

Si Arsobispo Jumoad nga nagpabili nga naglingkod, mudawat sa sungkod ug mutubag: Uban og pagsalig sa atong Ginuong Jesukristo, ug uban og gugma sa Dios diha sa akong kasingkasing, dawaton nako ang pag-atiman sa katawhan sa Dios sa Artsidiosesis sa Ozamis nga gitugyan kanako aron dumalahon.

Musaad ako og malig-on pag-alagad nga matinud-anon sa Simbahan dinhi niining mao nga Artsidiosesis.

Ang koro manguna pag-awit sa Alleluia ug uban pa nga mga awit samtang gipahigayon ang pagtimbaya ug pagtahod.

Pagtimbaya ug Pagtahod

Ang nagtambong nga mga Arsobispo, mga Obispo, ug mga Nanagdumala og mga Diosesis muadto kang Arsobispo Jumoad ug muhatag kaniya sa lamano sa panag-uban. Mga kaparian sa Artsidiosesiss sa Ozamis mutanyag sa timaan sa pagtuman. Pinili nga mga tawo magtanyag og timaan sa pagtahod o pagyukbo kang Arsobispo Jumoad. Panahon sa tibuok Pagtimbaya ug Pagtahod takdo nga mga himno awiton.

Laktawan ang rito sa pagbasol ug ang Kyrie.

Gloria

Iintonar ni Arsobispo Jumoad ang Gloria. Dayon mupadayon ang Misa sumala sa naandan.

Pangbukas nga Pag-ampo

Si Arsobispo Jumoad, tinipo nga mga kamot, muawit o mamulong:

Mag-ampo kita:

Si Arsobispo Jumoad ug ang mga tawo hilom nga mag-ampo og makadiyot. Dayon si Arsobispo Jumoad binayaw ang mga kamot muawit o mamulong sa pag-ampo.

Nangamuyo kami kanimo, O Ginoo, nga maingon nga si San Andres imong apostol nagtudlo ug nagdumala sa imong Simbahan, mangaliya unta siya nga walay hunong alang kanamo.

Dayon idugang niya kining musunod:

O Ginoo, tunhay nga magbalantay sa mga matuuhon, nga sa dili maihap nga paagi nagbantay sa imong Simbahan ug naggahom niini sa gugma, himoa, nga ako, imong alagad, nga imong gibutang ibabaw sa imong mga tawo, magdumala puli ni Kristo sa panon nga Siya mao ang magbalantay, ug magmatinud-anon isip magtutudlo, isip usa ka Pari sa balaan nga pagsimba ug isip usa nga nag-alagad sa paggahom. Pinaagi ni Jesukristo among Ginuo, Imong anak, nga buhi ug hari uban kanimo sa kahiusahan sa Espiritu Santo, Dios nga usa, hanagtod sa kahangtoran.

Mutubag ang mga tawo: Amen.

Liturhiya sa Pulong

Una nga Pagbasa Rom 10:9-18

Ang Tigbasa muadto sa ambo ug muproklamar sa Una nga Pagbasa.

Pagbasa gikan sa Sulat ni San Pablo ngadto sa Simbahan sa Roma.

Maluwas ka kon ipahayag mo nga si Jesus mao ang Ginoo, ug sa kinasingkasing motuo ka nga gibanhaw siya sa Dios. Kay mituo man kita sa kinasing gayod, gimatarong

kita sa Dios; ug naluwas kita kay gipadayag man nato kini.

Kay ang Kasulatan nag-ingon, "Ang nagtuo kaniya dili gayod magmahay." Alang kini sa tanan sanglit wala may kalainan sa mga Judio ug sa dili Judio; ang Dios mao ray Ginoo sa tanan, ug manalangin sa tanan

nga magsangpit kaniya. Sumala sa Kasulatan, "Ang tanan nga magsangpit sa ngalan sa Ginoo maluwas."

Apan unsaon man nila pagsangpit kaniya kon wala sila motuo? Ug unsaon man nila pagtuo kon wala nila hidunggi ang mensahe? Ug unsaon man nila pagkadungog kon wala kini iwali? Ug unsaon man pagwali sa mensahe kon walay gipadala nga magwawali?

Sumala sa Kasulatan, "Pagkatahom sa mga tiil niadtong nagwali sa Maayong Balita!" Apan wala modawat ang tanan sa Maayong Balita! Si Isaias miingon, "Ginoo, kinsay mituo sa among giwali?"

Busa ang pagtuo naggikan sa pagpamati sa mensahe, ug ang mensahe naggikan sa pagwali kang Cristo.

Apan mangutana ako: Tinuod ba nga wala sila makadungog sa mensahe? Nakadungog sila---sumala sa Kasulatan: "Milanog sa tibuok kalibotan ang ilang tingog, Miabot sa mga utlanan sa kalibotan ang ilang mga pulong."

Ang Pulong sa Ginuo.

Mga tawo mutubag: Salamat sa Dios.

Salmo  nga  Igtutubag  (Awiton)   Salmo  19:8,9.10,11

Ang mga laygo nga nahimong kabahin sa koro, mutindog. Mukanta ang kantor sa salmo ug mutubag ang mga tawo.

K. Ang ilang mensahe migula latas sa tibuok kalibotan.

T. Ang ilang mensahe migula latas sa tibuok kalibotan.

K. Ang mga langit nagpadayag sa himaya sa Dios, ug ang kahitas-an nagsangyaw sa buhat sa iyang kamot. Ang adlaw nagsulti ngadto sa sunod adlaw, ang gabii nagpahibalo ngadto sa sunod gabii.

T. Ang ilang mensahe migula latas sa tibuok kalibotan.

K. Pakigsulti kansang tingog wala madungog. Latas sa tibuok yuta milanog ang ilang tingog, ug hangtod sa kinatumyam sa kalibotan, miabot ang ilang mensahe.

T. Ang ilang mensahe migula latas sa tibuok kalibotan.

Gospel Acclamation Alleluia Mt 4:19

R. Alleluia.

Kuyog kamo kanako ug tudloan ko kamo sa pagpanagat og mga tawo.

R. Alleluia.

Ebanghelyo Mt 4:18-22

Mubutang si Arsobispo Jumoad og  insenso sa insensaryo. Dayon, ang diakono nga muproklamar sa ebanghelyo magdala sa Ebangheliaryo, muduko sa atubangan ni Arsobispo Jumoad ug sa hinay nga tingog mangayo sa panalangin:

Panalangini ako, Amahan.

Musulti si Arsobispo Jumoad og hinay:

Ang Ginoo maanaa sa imong kasingkasing ug sa imong mga ngabil aron mahimo kang angay ug sarang mosangyaw sa iyang Ebanghelyo sa ngalan sa Amahan + ug sa Anak + ug sa Espiritu + Santo.

Mutubag ang diakono: Amen.

Dayon, ang diakono muadto sa ambo inubanan sa mga nagdala sa insensaryo ug mga kandela. Muawit siya o mamulong:

Ang Ginuo maanaa kaninyo.

Mutubag ang mga tawo: Maanaa usab kanimo.

Ang diakono muawit o mamulong:

Ang Pagbasa sa Santos nga Ebanghelyo sumala ni San Mateo.

Himoan niya og timaan sa krus ang basahon, ug dayon ang iyang agtang, mga ngabil ug dughan.

Mutubag ang mga tawo:

Himayaon ikaw, O Ginoo.

Insensohan sa diakono ang Ebangheliaryo, ug muproklamar:

Samtang naglakaw si Jesus daplin sa Lanaw sa Galilea nakita niya ang duha ka magsuon nga mananagat, si Simon (nga ginganlag Pedro) ug si Andres nga iyang igsuon, nga namukot.

Si Jesus miingon kanila, Kuyog kamo kanako ug tudloan ko kamo pagpanagat og mga tawo." Dihadiha gibiyaan nila ang ilang mga pukot ug mikuyog kaniya.

Mipadayon siya paglakaw ug nakita niya ang laing duha ka managsuon, si Santiago ug si Juan nga mga anak ni Sebedeo. Didto sila sa ilang sakayan uban sa ilang amahan, nagpunâ sa ilang mga pukot.

Gitawag sila ni Jesus, ug dihadiha gibiyaan nila ang ilang mga pukot ug ang ilang amahan, ug mikuyog sila kaniya.

Ang Ebaghelyo sa Ginoo.

Mutubag ang tanan: Daygon ikaw, o Cristo.

Dad-on sa diakono ang Ebangheliaryo ngadto kang Arsobispo Jumoad, nga isip pagtahod, muhalok niini ug manalangin sa pundok ginamit ang Ebangheliaryo.

HOMILYA

Si arsobispo Dosado ang maghatag sa homiliya.

Your Excellency. Most Rev. Giuseppe Pinto, Apostolic Nuncio in the Philippines, Most Reverend Socrates Villegas, President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conferance of the Philippines, Most Reverend Martin Jumoad, newly installed Archbishop of Ozamis, my brother Bishops, Priests, religious, my brothers and sisters.

Of the gifts left by our Lord when he ascended to equip the holy ones for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ (cf. Eph 4,12), we have inherited three kinds of ministry, ranging upwards in being servants: deacons, presbyters, and bishops, with the bishop of Rome as the servant of the servants of God.

In the Bull of Appointment from the Servant of the Servants of God, Pope Francis wrote to Bishop Martin: we appoint you Metropolitan Archbishop. We were all surprised here in Ozamiz, to say the least, with this notification from the Apostolic Nunciature, and people asked, where did he come to be chosen?

But like all his ancestors in the ministry he was the result of an all night prayer of the Lord: "Jesus spent the night in prayer to God. ... When day came, he called his disciples to himself, and from them he chose Twelve: ... Simon, whom he named Peter, and his brother Andrew (cf. Luke 6,12-14)."

Andrew was elected from where he was: "Beside the Sea of Galilee the Lord saw two brothers, Peter and Andrew, and he said to them: Come after me and I will make you fishers of men." I suppose God looked at the boy from Kinasang-an, Pardo in Cebu and chose him. "It was not you who chose me, but I who chose you" (Jn 15,16).

What God has planned that He will do through whatever twists and turns this happens. Most of the chosen underwent some kind of formation, mostly in seminaries. Through interventions of various people they finally arrive at the supreme moment of their life: ordination.

In the language of the young today, "Awesome". I mean it is amazing that I could do this and more: to make our Lord present! I utter a few words and Our Lord comes down from heaven to enclose himself in a tiny host (From Saint John Mary Vianney)!

Or as our ancestors used to sing after the the 1937 In ternational Eucharistic Congress in Manila, "Gloria a Jesús que se enciera En la hostia de bendicion! Postraos, cielos y tierra en rendida adoración" That which had never been visible to human eyes began to be tangible to my hands as well.

We the ordained priests received the most frightening faculty to do what only He, the Son of God, can legitimately say and do: I can forgive you your sins!

When the priest forgives sins, or speaks the words of Consecration, or preaches, he speaks in the first person singular—I absolve you. I am rightly awed at such power realizing that behind these words lies His suffering. The forgiveness come at a price: In his Passion Christ went deep down into the sordid darkness of sins. Sins that make us sinners unlovable.

As the years pass by we the ordained grow on this certainty about our own identity, not artificially constructed, but freely and divinely given and received. Identity which came not through cultural and historical reasons as some would want us to believe, but on the explicit will of the Lord who during the Last Supper in the Upper Room He explicitly told the Apostles and their successors, and through them to us priests of different places, "Do this in memory of me."

The greatness of Christ’s priesthood can make us tremble. We can be tempted to cry out with Peter: "Lord, depart from me, for I am a sinful man" (Lk 5,8), because we find it hard to believe that Christ called us specifically. Could he not have chosen someone else, more capable, more holy? But Jesus has looked lovingly upon each one of us, and in this gaze of his we have confidence. The faithful expect only one thing from priests: that they be specialists in promoting the encounter between man and God.

The priest is not asked to be an expert in economics, construction or politics. He is expected to be an expert in the spiritual life. In the face of the temptations of relativism or the permissive society, there is absolutely no need for the priest to know all the latest, changing currents of thought through facebook or twitter or whatever new gadgets there are; what the faithful expect from him is that he be a witness to the eternal wisdom contained in the revealed word.

Christ needs priests who are mature, virile, capable of cultivating an authentic spiritual paternity. For this to happen, priests need to be honest with themselves and trusting in the divine mercy, the help of divine grace, even if ther are contained in earthenware vessels (cf. 2 Cor 4,7).

The Lord addresses to us priests these wonderful words: "I no longer call you slaves……I have called you friends" (Jn 15,15). So many times we feel like, and it is true, that we are only useless and sinful servants (cf. Lk 17,10). And despite this, the Lord calls us friends, he makes us his friends, he gives us his friendship.

I am proud that God has graced me to become one His priests. What I wear, what I eat, what kind of transport I have is less important than what I am. A priest of Jesus Christ. This may not make any sense to the world but to me it makes all the sense in the world.

We know God has a specific plan for each one of us whatever it is and I am convinced that what God has planned, that He will do. All things that happen to us were and are within the purview of God’s instruments even the bad ones and there are many of these. For we we know that to those who love God and are called according to His purpose all things work together (Rom 8,28). Or as they say in Spain and in one of their languages. "no hay mal que por bien no venga."

And so we go on with God as our only security. Security is a big thing for bishops. But actually this does not count any more because we know we can depend on Christ who will take care of us.

This calls to mind Saint Peter and the place in the Gospel where Jesus walked on the water and told the apostles in the boat tossed by a storm: "‘Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid.’ Peter said to him in reply, ‘Lord, if it is you, command me to come to you on the water.’ He said, ‘Come.’ Peter got out of the boat and began to walk on the water toward Jesus. But when he saw the wind he became frightened; and, beginning to sink, he cried out, ‘Lord, save me’"! (cf. Mt 14,24-31)

No one can see the wind. But when we lose our focus on Christ and become distracted by so many things, when we fear, then we begin to sink.

With the security of Christ we go on. We go on until our strength no longer sustains us. For as the Teacher tells us: "In your old age he sun is darkened and the light and the moon and the stars and the clouds return after the rain. ... when one is afraid of heights, and perils in the street; And the dust returns to the earth as it once was, and the life breath stops" (cf. Eccl 12,1-7).

Pope Francis was right when when he issued a Rescript or Decree on November 5, 2014, reminding everyone that the role and weight of the office of bishop in the modern world "requires great competence, ability, as well as human and spiritual qualities" and he encouraged diocesan bishops who do not feel up to the job to ask for early retirement.

Now I understand what Pope Benedict said: "In today’s world, subject to so many rapid changes and shaken by questions of deep relevance for the life of faith, in order to govern the barque of Saint Peter and proclaim the Gospel, both strength of mind and body are necessary, strength which in the last few months, has deteriorated in me to the extent that I have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry entrusted to me."

For all of us there is a time to move on, that we say with Saint Paul: "I have fought the good fight, I have kept the faith and – more or less – I have finished the race" (cf, 2Tim 4,7).

ANG KREDO (Si Arsobispo Jumoad manguna sa pagpangadye sa Kredo)

Nagatuo kami sa usa ka Dios, ang Amahan, ang makagagahum sa tanan, magbubuhat sa langit ug sa yuta, ug sa tanang makita ug dili makita. Nagatuo kami sa usa ka Ginoo, si Jesukristo, ang Bugtong Anak sa Dios, gianak sa Amahan sa wala pay katuigan, Dios gikan sa Dios, kahayag gikan sa kahayag, matuod nga Dios, gikan sa Dios nga matuod, gianak, dili binuhat, usag kinaiya sa

Amahan. Pinaagi kaniya nangahimo ang tanan. Tungod kanatong tanan ug alang sa kaluwasan mikanaog siya gikan sa langit. [Tanan muduko niining pipila ka mga kudlis:]Sa lalang sa Espiritu Santo nhimo siya nga may lawas gikan ni Maria nga ulay ug nahimong tawo. Tungod kanato gilangsang siya sa krus sa sugo ni Poncio Pilato; nag-antos siya, namatay ug gilubong. Sa ikatulong adlaw nabanhaw siya aron matuman ang Kasulat an. Misaka siya sa langit ug nagalingkod sa tuo sa Amahan.

Mobalik siya nga mahimayaon aron paghukom sa mga buhi ug sa minatay, ug ang iyang gingharian walay katapusan.

Nagatuo kami sa Espiritu Santo, ang Ginoo ug Maghahatag sa kinabuhi. Nagagikan siya sa Amahan ug sa Anak. Dungan sa Amahan ug sa Anak gisimba siya ug gihimaya, ug misulti pinaagi sa mga propeta. Nagatuo ksmi sa usa, santos, katoliko ug apostoliko nga Simbahan. Nagaila kami sa usa ka bunyag alang sa kapasayloan sa mga sala. Nagapaabot kami sa pagkabanhaw sa mga minatay, ug sa kinabuhi sa umaabot nga kalibotan. Amen.

Pangtanan Nga Mga Pangaliya

Musunod ang Pag-ampo sa mga Matuuhon.

(Hinulaman gikan sa Pagpalingkod kang Arsobispo Lavarias nga gihagpat gikan sa mga pamulong ni Papa Francisco. Wala pa makahigayon pagpananghid.)

Arsobispo Jumoad:

"Gitawag kita ug gihimong mga magbalantay dili pinaagi sa atong kaugalingon kon dili pinaagi sa Ginoo, dili pag-alagad sa atong kaugalingon kon dili sa panon nga Iyang gisalig kanato nga atimanon sa tibuok kinabuhi sama ni Kristo, ang Maayong Magbalantay."

1. Alang sa Simbahan: Nga mahisama kini og usa ka "ospital nga tapos sa gubat anaa ang kaaliman sa mga samad sa sala ug pagkabahin sa kawalay paglaom ug sa kaalaot uban sa grasya sa Dios ug sa milagro sa Iyang gugma."

Kantor: (awiton) Mag-ampo kita sa Ginoo.

Tubag (Tanan): Nangamuyo kami ug pamatia ang among pag-ampo.

2. Alang sa mga Obispo: Nga "ilang dawaton ang ilang katawhan uban sa malumo nga pagbati, sa kalooy ug sa amahanon nga kaaaghop uban sa pagpaubos, ug kamabinatayon; ligdong, mapailubon ug maluluy-on; dinasig sa anaa sa sulod nga kakabus, sa kagawasnon sa Ginuo ug ingon man diha sa kayano ug kapig-ot sa kinabuhi….usa ka magbalantay nga walay sikolohiya sa mga principe."

Kantor: (awiton) Mag-ampo kita sa Ginoo.

Tubag (Tanan): Nangamuyo kami ug pamatia ang among pag-ampo.

3. Alang sa mga pari: Nga "sila magauban sa panon; magalakaw sa kiliran sa mga matuuhon ug sa tanan nga mudangop kanila, pagpaambit sa ilang mga kalipay ug paglaum, kalisdanan ug pag-antus, isip mga igsuon ug higala ug labaw sa tanan isip amahan, kinsa maantigo nga maminaw, musabut, mutabang ug mutultol…kinsa ‘manimaho sa ilang mga karnero.’"

Kantor: (awiton) Mag-ampo kita sa Ginoo.

Tubag (Tanan): Nangamuyo kami ug pamatia ang among pag-ampo.

4. Alang sa bag-o nga Arsobispo sa Ozamis: Nga iyang ampingan ang panon sa Ginuo nga gitugyan kaniya, isip igsuon sa kauban nga mga pari, amahan sa mga batan-on ug sa mga kabus, magtutudlo sa pagtuo, magbalantay ug alagad sa tanan nga mga matuuhon sa Dios.

Kantor: (awiton) Mag-ampo kita sa Ginoo.

Tubag (Tanan): Nangamuyo kami ug pamatia ang among pag-ampo.

5. Alang sa adunay labaw ka daghan nga kapaninguhaan, sa mga anaa sa gahum ug sa tanan nga maayo og kabubut-on nga nagalihok alang sa kaangayan ug hustisya; nga dili sila kapuyan sa paglihok alang sa labaw ka makiangayon nga kalibotan, tiniman-an sa labaw ka dako nga kahiusahan, nga mangita sa uban dili isip mga kaatbang o kaihapan, kon dili isip mga igsoon."

Kantor: (awiton) Mag-ampo kita sa Ginoo.

Tubag (Tanan): Nangamuyo kami ug pamatia ang among pag-ampo.

Arsobispo Jumoad: O Dios, among Amahan, hatagi kami ug mga alagad ug "magbalantay nga mabinantayon sa dagkong mga piligro nga giatubang sa panon, nga makahatag ug paglaum ug adunay adlaw ug kahayag sa ilang kasingkasing, nga uban og gugma mudason uban og pailob sa imong mga laraw alang sa mga tawo." Pinaagi ni Kristo, among Ginoo.

Tubag sa Katawhan: Amen

Liturhiya sa Eukaristiya

Pag-andam sa Altar

Ang Awit sa Opertoryo sugdan. Sa kasamtangan mga nangalagad mubutang sa corporal, puripicador, kaliz, tabon sa kalis, ug misal sa altar.

Pag-andam sa mga Gasa

Ang mga matuuhon magpadayag sa ilang pagtampo diha sa paghalad, pagdala ngadto sa altar sa pan ug bino nga gikinahanglan sa kasaulogan sa Eukaristiya. Ang mga butang lamang nga gamiton sa Eukaristiya maoy dad-on ngadto sa sanctuary; maskin unsa nga mga gasa ihatag sa pagkatapos sa Misa.

Si Arsobispo Jumoad, nga nagtindog sa altar, mukuha sa patena nga may ostiyas ugmagkupot niini nga naisa og diutay ibabaw sa altar sa duha ka kamot, ug muingon og hinay:

Daygon ikaw, Ginoong Dios sa tanang kalibotan, kay gikan sa imong kamanggihatagon nadawat namo kining among gihalad kanimo, ang pan nga abot sa yuta ug ginama sa kamot sa mga tawo. Mahimo kini nga pan sa kinabuhi alang kanamo.

Dayon iyang ibutang ang patena uban sa ostiyas ibabaw sa corporal.

Ang mga tawo mahimong mutubag:

Daygon ang Dios hangtod sa kahangtoran.

Dayon si Arsobispo Jumoad mukuha sa kaliz ug mukupot niini ibabaw og diutay sa altar sa duha ka kamot, uban sa pag-ingon sa hinay nga tingog:

Daygon ikaw, Ginoong Dios sa tanang kalibotan, kay gikan sa imong kamanggihatagon nadawat namo kining among gihalad kanimo, ang bino nga abot sa yuta ug ginama sa kamot sa mga tawo. Mahimo kini nga ilimnon nga espirituhanon alang kanamo.

Dayon iyang ibutang ang kaliz ibabaw sa korporal.

Ang mga tawo mahimong mutubag:

Daygon ang Dios hangtod sa kahangtoran.

Insensohan ni Arsobispo Jumoad ang mga halad, ang krus, ug ang altar. Dayon ang diakono muinsenso kang Arsobispo Jumoad, sa mga Nagduyog nga mga Arsobispo, mga Obispo, ug mga Nanagdumala og mga Diosesis, ug sa mga tawo. Ang awit sa mahimo nga ipataastaas og diutay aron mulungtad ngadto sa pagkahuman og insienso.

Dayon si Arsobispo Jumoad nga nagtindog sa kilid sa altar, maghugas sa mga kamot ug sa hinay muingon:

Hugasi ako. Ginoo, sa akong kadautan, ug linisi ako sa akong kasal-anan.

Nagtindog sa taliwala sa altar, nag-atubang sa mga tawo, tinaas ang mga kamot ug dayon usahon kini niya, si Arsobispo Jumoad muingon:

Mga igsuon, pag-ampo kamo aron ang ako ug ang inyong sakripisyo dawaton unta sa Dios Amahan, makagagahom sa tanan.

Ang mga tawo mutindog kon naglingkod sila ug mutubag:

Dawaton unta sa Ginoo ang sakripisyo gikan sa imong mga kamot alang sa pageayeg ug paghimaya sa iyang ngalan alang usab sa atong kapuslanan ug sa tibuok niyang Santos nga Simbahan.

Pag-ampo Ibabaw sa mga Halad

Uban og mga kamot nga binayaw, si Arsobispo Jumoad muawit o mamulong sa pag-ampo ibabaw sa mga gasa.

Itugot kanamo, makagagahom nga Dios, nga sa pangilin ni San Andres, pinaagi niining mga gasa nga among gihalad, makapahimuot unta kami kanimo tungod sa among gipakita ug mabuhi tungod sa among gidawat. Kini among gipangayo pinaagi ni Cristo among Ginoo.

Ang mga tawo mutubag: Amen.

EUKARISTIKANHON NGA PAG-AMPO

Dayon sugdan ni Arsobispo Jumoad ang Eukaristikanhon nga Pag-ampo.

Binayaw ang mga kamot, mamulong omuawit:

V. Ang Ginuo maanaa kaninyo.

R. Maanaa usab kanimo.

V. Ibayaw ang inyong mga kasingkasing.

R. Amo na nga gibayaw ngadto sa Ginoo.

V. Magpasalamat kita sa atong Ginoong Dios.

R. Angay ug matarong.

Santos nga Amahan, Dios nga tunhay ug makagagahom sa tanan, angay ug matarong gayod nga magpasalamat kami kanimo kanunay ug sa tanang dapit, pinaagi ni Cristo among Ginuo.  

Kay imong gitukod ang imong Simbahan ibabaw sa mga apostoles, aron mobarog kini nga lig-on hangtod sa kahangturan ingon og timaan sa imong kasantos dinhi sa kalibotan aron pamation sa tanan nga katawhan.

Ug busa, uban sa mga anghel ug mga santos sa langit nagasangyaw kami sa imong himaya duyog sa ilang walay hunong nga pag-awit:

Santos, Santos, Santos nga Ginoo, Dios sa kagahuman, Puno ang langit ug yuta sa imong himaya. Osana sa kahitas-an. Daygon ang nagaanhi sa ngalan sa Ginoo. Osana sa kahitas-an.

Ang Apostolic Nuncio ug si Mons. Edwin de la Pe a mutapad kang Arsobispo Jumoad. Si Arsobispo Jumoad, binayaw ang mga kamot muingon:

Santos gayud ikaw, O Ginoo, ang tuburan sa tanang kasantos.

Si Arsobispo Jumoad ug ang tanan nga mga nanagduyog uban og mga kamot nga gipunting sa mga halad muingon:

Ipadala ang imong Espiritu aron pagsantos niining mga gasa,

Tipuon ni Arsobispo Jumoad ang iyang mga kamot ug kurosan niya og kausa ang pan ug ang kaliz, diha sa pag-ingon:

aron mahimo kini alang kanamo ug Lawas ug + Dugo ni Jesucrosto among Ginuo.

Tipuon ni Arsobispo Jumoad ug sa mga nanagduyog sa kasaulogan ang ilang mga kamot. Sa mga pulong nga nagsunod, ang mga pulong sa Ginuo litukon nga tin-aw ug lahion sa usa’g usa sa gipangayo sa kinaiya niining mao nga mga pulong.

Sa pagpasakit sa iyang kaugalingon, mikuha siya og pan, ug

Kuhaon niya ang pan ug kuptan ibabaw og diutay sa altar, mupadayon siya:

mipasalamat kanimo, mipikas ug mihatag niini ngadto sa iyang mga tinun-an, ug miingon:

Muduko siya og diutay. Ang matag nanagduyog sa Misa mupataas sa ilang tuong kamot ug ipunting paingon sa pan, kon kini mora og angay:

DAWATA KINI NINYO NGA TANAN UG KAN-A KAY KINI MAO ANG AKONG LAWAS NGA ITUGYAN ALANG KANINYO.

Si Arsobispo Jumoad mupakita sa kinonsagrahan nga ostiyas ngadto sa mga tawo, mubutang niini sa patena, mubaliko sa tuhod sa pagsimba. Ang mga nanagduyog sa Misa mutipo sa ilang mga kamot, mutan-aw sa kinonsagrahan nga ostiyas, ug lawom nga muduko. Human niini, si Arsobispo Jomuad ug ang tanang mga nanagduyog mupadayon:

Sa samang paagi, tapos ang panihapon, mikuha siya sa kalis,

Si Arsobispo Jumoad mukupot sa kalis ug, pinataas og diutay ibabaw sa altar, mupadayon siya ug ang mga nanagduyog:

mipasalamat kanimo pag-usab, mihatag niini ngadto sa iyang mga tinun-an ug miingon:

Matag nanagduyog sa misa mupunting sa ilang tuo nga kamot sa kalis, kon kini mora og angay.

DAWATA KINI UG PANGINOM KAMO NGA TANAN GIKAN NIINI: KAY KINI MAO ANG KALIS SA AKONG DUGO, SA BAG-O UG TUNHAY NGA KASABUTAN, ANG DUGO NGA IULA ALANG KANINYO UG ALANG SA TANANG MGA TAWO ARON ANG MGA SALA MAPASAYLO.

BUHATA KINI ARON PAGHANDUM KANAKO.

Ang mga nanagduyog mutipo sa ilang mga kamot, mutan-aw sa kaliz sa pagpakita niini, ug human niini lawom nga muyukbo.

Si Arsobispo Jumoad muawit o mamulong:

Ang misteryo sa pagtuo.

Ang mga nanagduyog uban sa mga tawo mupadayon diha sa pag-ingon:

Matag kaon namo niining pan ug matag inom gikan sa kalis nagmantala kami, Ginoo, sa imong kamatayon hangtod nga ikaw mobalik.

Si Arsobispo Jumoad ug ang nanagduyog, tinaas ang mga kamot mamulong:

Aron paghandom sa kamatayon ug pagkabanhaw ni Jesucristo, nagahalad kami kanimo, Amahan, niining pan sa kinabuhi ug kalis sa kaluwasan. Nagpasalamat kami kanimo tungod kay imo kaming giisip nga angayan nga moatubang ug moalagad kanimo.

Himoa nga kami nga mangalawat sa Lawas ug Dugo ni Cristo magkahiusa diha sa Espiritu Santo.

Tipuon nila ang ilang mga kamot.

Pinabukas ang mga kamot, ang Apostolic Nuncio muigon:

Hinumdomi, Ginoo, ang imong Simbahan sa tibuok kalibotan, himoa nga mahingpit kami diha sa gugma uban ni Francisco, among Papa, ni Martin, among Obispo ug sa tanang mga pari.

Tipuon niya ang iyang mga kamot.

Bukas og mga kamot, si Mons. Edwin de la Pe a muingon:

Hinumdomi usab ang among mga igsuon nga nangamatay, malaumon nga mabanhaw sila, ug ang tanang nangamatay diha sa imong kaluoy. Dad-a silang tanan sa pagsud-ong sa kahayag sa imong nawong.

Kaloy-i kaming tanan: himoa kaming angayan nga makaambit sa kinabuhing tunhay, uban ni Maria ang inahan nga Ulay sa Dios, uban ni San Jose iyang bana, uban sa mga Apostoles ug sa tanan nga mga santos nga nagatuman sa imong kabubut-on latas sa katuigan. Uban kanila amo ikaw nga daygon, ug amo ikaw nga himayaon.

Tipuon niya ang iyang mga kamot.

Pinaagi ni Jesucristo, imong Anak.

Si Arsobispo Jumoad mupataas sa patena nga may ostiyas ug ang diakono mupataas sa kalis ug muawit o mamulong si Arsobispo Jumoad:

Pinaagi kaniya, uban kaniya ug diha kaniya, makagagahum nga Amahan, diha sa kahiusa sa Espiritu Santo ang tanang gahom ug himaya hangtod sa kahangturan.

Mudason ang mga tawo: Amen.

Rito sa Pagkalawat

Ibutang ni Arsobispo Jumoad ang kalis ug ang patena ug uban og mga kamot nga gitipo muawit o mamulong:

Mag-ampo kita sa Amahan, atong gamiton ang mga pulong nga gitudlo kanato sa atong Manunubos:

Amahan namo, nga anaa sa mga langit, pagdaygon ang imong ngalan, moabot kanamo ang imong gingharian matuman ang imong pagbuot dinhi sa yuta maingon sa langit. Ang kalan-on namo sa matag adlaw ihatag kanamo karong adlawa, ug pasayloa kami sa among mga sala, ingon nga nagapasaylo kami sa mga nakasala kanamo ug ayaw itugot nga mahulog kami sa panulay hinonoa luawas kami sa daotan.

Uban og mga kamot nga gipataas, si Arsobispo Jumoad mupadayon nga siya lamang usa:

Mangayo kami kanimo, Ginoo, nga imo kaming luwason sa tanang dautan. Hatagi kami sa kalinaw niining panahona, aron tinabangan sa imong kaluoy, mahalikay kami kanunay sa sala ug mahilayo sa tanang kasamok samtang nagapaabot kami nga malaumon sa pagbalik ni Jesucristo, among Manunubos.
Tipuon niya ang iyang mga kamot.

Tapuson sa mga tawo ang pag-ampo, sa pag-ingon:

Kay imo man ang gingharian ug ang gahom ug ang himaya hangtod sa kahangturan.

Dayon si Arsobispo Jumoad uban og mga kamot nga gipataas, muawit o mamulong:

Ginoong Jesucristo, nag-ingon ka sa imong mga apostoles: "Ang kalinaw ibilin ko kaninyo, ang akong kalinaw ihatag ko kaninyo." Ayaw tan-awa ang among mga sala, kondili ang pagsalig sa imong Simbahan, ug sibo sa imong kabubut-on hatagi kami sa imong kalinaw ug kahiusa.

Tipuon niya ang iyang mga kamot.

Ikaw nga buhi ug hari hangtod sa kahangturan. Ang mga tawo mutubag: Amen.

Si Arsobispo Jumoad, nga nag-atubang sa mga tawo, mupataas ug mutipo sa iyang mga kamot, mudugang:

Ang kalinaw sa Ginoo sa kanunay maanaa kaninyo.

Mga tawo mutubag: Maanaa usab kanimo.

Dayon, ang Diakono mudugang:

Ipakita ta ang pag-inigsuonay.

Ug ang tanan mag-isig tanyag og timaan nga nagpadayag og kalinaw, kaambitan, ug gugma.

Dayon kuhaon ni Arsobispo Jumoad ang ostiyas, pikason ibabaw sa patena ug mubutang og gamay nga bahin sa kalis, ug sa hilom muingon:

Kining panagsagol sa Lawas ug Dugo sa atong Ginoong Jesucristo magdala unta sa kinabuhing dayon alang kanato nga modawat niini.

Sa kasamtangan kining musunod awiton:

Kordero sa Dios nga nagawagtang sa mga sala sa kalibutan, kaloy-i kami.

Kordero sa Dios nga nagawagtang sa mga sala sa kalibutan, kaloy-i kami.

Kordero sa Dios nga nagawagtang sa mga sala sa kalibutan, hatagi kami sa kalinaw.

Dayon si Arsobispo Jumoad, tinipo ang mga kamot, hinay nga tingog muingon:

Ginoong Jesucristo, Anak sa Dios nga buhi, gikan sa kabubut-on sa Amahan ug binuligan sa Espiritu Santo, gihatagan mo og kinabuhi ang kalibutan pinaagi sa imong kamatayon. Pinaagi sa imong santos nga Lawas ug Dugo luwasa ako sa tanan kong mga sala ug sa tanang dautan. Himoa nga sa kanunay magtuman ako sa mga sugo, ug ayaw gayod itugot nga mahimolag ako kanimo.

Si Arsobispo Jumoad mubaliko sa tuhod, mukuha sa ostiyas, kuptan kini nga ipataastaas og diutay sa patena o ibabaw sa kalis, muatubang sa mga tawo, ug muingon:

Kini mao ang Kordero sa Dios nga nagawagtang sa mga sala sa kalibutan. Bulahan ang gidapit alang sa panihapon sa Ginoo.

Ug uban sa mga tawo, mudugang siya og makausa:

Ginoo, dili ako angay nga mokalawat kanimo, apan ipamulong lamang ug mamaayo ako.

Nag-atubang sa mga tawo, mamulong nga hinay si Arsobispo Jumoad:

Ang Lawas ni Cristo mag-amping kanako alang sa kinabuhing dayon.

Matinahuron niya nga kan-on ang lawas ni Cristo.

Dayon kuhaon niya ang kalis ug sa hinay muingon:

Ang Dugo ni Cristo mag-amping kanako alang sa kinabuhing dayon.

Matinahuron niya nga imnon ang dugo ni Kristo.

Human niini si Arsobispo Jumoad muadto sa iyang katedra aron ang mga Nagduyog sa pagsaulog nga mga Arsobispo, mga Obispo, ug mga Nanagdumala og mga Diosesis makakalawat.

Samtang nangalawat ang mga tawo angay nga mga himno awiton sa koro ug sa mga tawo human sa Antipona sa Pagkalawat.

Antipona sa Pagkalawat: Miingon si Andres kang Simon iyang igsuon: "Nakaplagan namo ang Mesiyas," nga sa ato pa, "Cristo". Unya gidala niya si Simon ngadto kang Jesus.

Sa pagkatapos sa pagkalawat sa tanang mga buot nukalawat, dad-on ang mga nahabilin nga mga ostias sa Tabernakulo. Ang diakono maglinis sa patena ibabaw sa kalis ug sa kalis mismo. Waswasan kini sa mga akolito.

Human niini si Arsobispo Jumoad muhimo og mubo nga pakigpulong.

Prayer After Communion

Si Arsobispo Jumoad, tinipo ang mga kamot, muawit o mamulong:

Mag-ampo kita.

O Ginoo, maglig-on unta kanamo ang pagkalawat. Subay sa panig-ingnan ni San Andres apostol dad-on unta namo sa among lawas ang kamatayon ni Cristo aron madala namo ang iyang kinabuhi sa himaya.

Dayon mudugang siya:

O Ginoo, pinaagi sa gahom niining misteryo, hupnga sa mga gasa sa imong grasya ako nga imong alagad nga obispo; aron makapahimuot unta kanimo ang akong pagtuman sa akong pagkamagbalantay, ug madangat kanako ang walay kataposan nga mga ganti sa matinud-anon nga tigdumala. Pinaagi ni Kristo among Ginuo.

Mutubag ang mga tawo: Amen.

Pangtapos nga Rito

Dayon si Arsobispo Jumoad, nag-atubang sa mga tawo, binayaw ang mga kamot, muingon:

Ang Ginoo maanaa kaninyo.

Tanan mutubag: Maanaa usab kanimo.

Arsobispo Jumoad:

Dayegon ang ngalan sa Ginoo.

Tanan: Karon ug hangtod sa kahangtoran.

Arsobispo Jumoad:

Ang atong panabang anaa sa ngalan sa Ginoo.

Tanan: Nga mibuhat sa langit ug sa yuta.

Dayon isul-ob ni Arsobispo Jumoad ang mitra ug dawaton ang Sungkod ug muingon:

Manalangin kaninyo ang Dios nga makagahom sa ngatanan,

Himoan ug timaan sa Krus og makatulo ang mga tawo, ug mudugang:

ang Amahan, + ug ang Anak, + ug ang Espiritu + Santo.

Ang diakono, tinipo ang mga kamot, muawit o mamulong:

Lakat kamo sa kalinaw aron pag-alagad sa Dios.

Mutubag ang mga tawo:

Salamat sa Dios.

Human sa mubo kaayo nga mga pahibalo, si Arsobispo Jumoad muhalok sa altar. Dayon muhimo siya sa naandan nga pagtahod sa Santisimo uban sa mga nangalagad sa kasasulogan ug mubiya nga giunhan sa mga Arsobispo, mga Obispo, ug mga Nanagdumala og mga Diosesis ug sa Apostolic Nuncio.