Remembering Sr. Pilar Verzosa, RGS

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  1. jun chipeco says:

    To some especially those whose lives have been touched in a major way by Sis Pilar, her life might have seemed too short, abruptly cut by a thief in the night that left a ton of unfinished business. I don’t look at it that way.. How old was Christ when He died on the Cross? At the prime of His manhood. Yes, He finished His mission of redemption but He left His disorganized Church in the hands of His terrified and yet to be empowered disciples. Some founders of religious orders passed on while in the midst of pressing on, pushing the frontiers of God’s kingdom on earth. Died too young? Too sudden? By human standards, yes. But when we do God’s work on earth as exemplified by Sis. Pilar, we continue to live from generation to generation as the seeds we sow in our lifetime bear fruits Sister Pilar Versoza lives. This is my faith. This is the faith of the Church.

  2. Michelle Lim says:

    Sr. Pilar’s death came as a shock… I had the privilege of working at Welcome House as a student counsellor in January 2012 under her supervision and she was a great mentor and a wonderful supervisor. She was like a mother to all the girls – strict, yes, but very concerned in all facets of every girl’s life in and out of Welcome House. I saw her passion in her work, her dedication in her tasks, and her love for everyone whose lives she touched along the way.

    I am truly blessed for knowing someone like you, Sister. Your legacy will forever stay in our hearts as we all continue what you have started with the same passion and ardor. ❤

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