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Right After Tagalog Mass “Christmas Mass”, MCCIC Christmas party take place!


An opening address


We call People come from Ichikawa church,Koiwa church,Toyoshiki church. and as the opening ceremony We sing together!!




Christmas party Start!!



A lots of Foods and drinks!!!


They come form Ichikawa chuch!!




Dance Performance



Children play games!!

Game 1


Game’s Winners!!



Game 2


Game’s Winners!!




As for adult!!



Santa Claus come!!




We declare raffle winner!!




To all those who contributed or donated some cash or in kind for our party, and to all who generously gave their time in the preparation for the party, we thank you very much.
Thank you is the least that we can say to show our appreciation for your time, effort and generosity extended to the community.

we have raised a total of  200,000yen for.
Proceeds will  goes to …

  1. CFC GK Cornerstone educational program
  2. Aetas in Guimaras

Your support had made the event successful.



Thank you is the least that we can say to show our appreciation for your time, effort and generosity extended to the community.
Thank you very much. May you have more blessings to come.



After Party…
Staff and Fr.Philip!!


Have a blessed and fruitful 2017!!!!

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Before Mass ,the Commentator announced about Christmas Mass.




The Introductory Rites




Liturgy of the Word



第1朗読 the First Reading


第2朗読 the Second Reading


福音朗読 the Gospel Reading


説教 Homily




第1朗読 イザヤ書 52章7~10節
第2朗読 ヘブライ人への手紙 1章1~6節
福音朗読 ヨハネによる福音書 1章1~18節





Liturgy of the Eucharist







The Communion Rite


The Lord’s Prayer










Concluding Rites

Matsudo Church gave children the Christmas Presents!!







Lots of people come Christmas Mass and share the Joy of Christmas.

Merry Christmas!



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Christmas Greetings



Merry Christmas to all!

One of Our Christmas decorations is the nativity. In Luke’s gospel, it says, ‘While they were there, the time came for her to have her child and she gave birth to her first born son. She wrapped him in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger, because there was room for them in the inn.” This episode in the life of the Holy Family recalls God’s complaint about His people Israel as unwelcoming people. As the Prophet Isaiah puts it, “an ox knows it’s owner, and an ass, it’s master’s manger; but Israel does not know, my people has not understood.”

And this is also what we find in the gospel of John that says, “He was in the world, and the world came to be through him, but the world did not know him. He came to what was his own, but his own people did not accept him, ” (John 1:10-12)
In a way, the gospel of John shows us that the greatest gift, God has given his son Jesus, was not received by many.

From the beginning, such has been the response to the Son of God: “There was no room for them in the inn;  and there was no room in the hearts of the people for Jesus.”

This reality of “no vacancy” or “no admittance” for Jesus in the hearts of people is not a thing of the past. It is still happening in our midst even as we celebrate Christmas today. Still many people overlook the main point of Christmas celebrating the birth of Christ; that it is a special time in the church that invites us to welcome Jesus anew into our hearts. It is to welcome anew the One who has already been given to us, the one who “has made his dwelling among us.”

“There was no room for them in the inn.” There was only a space on a manger for Jesus.

Indeed all that is needed is a simple and small but open and receptive space on which Jesus can truly pitch his tent and stay. Let us then make room for Jesus in our lives.

Have an enjoyable Christmas celebration.



Fr. Philip llio Bonifacio, SSC