In this section, you will find basic information about APAC – its goals, history and hopes, and something about St Augustine, whose particular priorities within Christian life and ministry helps to characterise these APAC congregations.
The twelfth triennial APAC Convention took place on 21-24 October 2014, with the theme of “New Evangelization through Collaboration in the Asia Pacific.”
What follows is the major part of the President’s Report, sometimes by quoting his words, and at other times by summarising the content.
What follows below is extracted from the APAC President’s Report given at the Twelfth Triennial APAC Convention in October 2014.
The 12th APAC Triennial Convention 2014 convened at the Motherhouse of the Augustinian Sisters of the Divine Mercy.
An APAC Convention is the only authority for amending the Statutes. The only change made at the 2014 Convention was the addition of Statute 3.1.
This is a slightly abbreviated copy of the keynote address that was given at the twelfth triennial APAC Convention at Ketapang in Indonesia on 22 October 2014.
I am happy to stand here with all of the participants of Asia Pacific Augustinian Conference for a reflection together.
The APAC Convention Youth Encounter that took place at Ketapang, Indonesia on 25th-29th October 2014, with great results.
Wlecome to the APAC website! I am sure that you will appreciate the information on the Congregations of the Augustinian family in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Asia-Pacific region holds the largest population of any region in the world, but within it some of the worst aspects of poverty are to be found.
At the first APAC Convention, held in Manila in February 1980, the late Bishop Pieter van Diepen OSA, was asked to speak on the future envisioned for APAC.
The first APAC President, Fr Miguel Manrique OSA, wrote a list of challenges that faced APAC. Some of them still face APAC today.
Fr Miguel Manrique OSA spent much of most of his life establishing the procedure for the creation of the Augustinian Province of Cebu.
This article was written for the APAC Bulletin in 1981 by Bishop Pieter van Diepen OSA of the Dutch Augustinian Province.
God has certainly blessed APAC member congregations in the Asia-Pacific during the first thirty years of the existence of APAC.
MANILA (PH) – In its response to celebrate the church-wide Year of Faith, a special gathering was convened by the APAC about the hopes of Vatican II.
The eleventh triennial APAC Convention that was originally scheduled to occur at Aluva, India on 11th to 14th October 2011 did not take place.
As soon as the Asia-Pacific Augustinian Conference (APAC) was formed in 2007 it began the APAC Bulletin.
This address was delivered at the banquet following the thirtieth anniversary Mass at the Church of San Agustin, Intramuros, Manila on 10th November 2007.
For its entire existence of over thirty years, APAC has adopted an operating structure.
The executive committee has overall responsibility for guiding APAC during the years between APAC Conventions.
“The Commission on Vocations and Youth strives to promote religious life in countries still rich in popular religiosity yet dealing with violence...
The 2012 APAC Convention proposed: That the Commission on Formation & Spirituality shall come up with joint programs for those in initial formation,...
The Commission on Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation seeks to sensitize religious and Augustinian lay partners to address poverty and misery.
The members of APAC join the Augustinian Sisters of Our Lady of Consolation in commemorating the life and death of Sr Leontina Castillo OSA in late March 2015; she was APAC President in 1984-1987.
The APAC Communications Commission will strive to raise the awareness and appreciation of APAC,
The Commission on Education accompanies those involved in schools, colleges and universities sponsored by Augustinians to help promote a true and vivid Augustinian spirituality.
All people baptised in any Christian denomination share the One Lord, One Faith and the One Baptism.
The ninth triennial APAC Convention took place in Incheon, South Korea on 24th-30th July 2005.
A three-day APAC youth festival - Luzon Edition - took place at Mount Makiling, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines on 9th – 11th November 2007.
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