22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

First reading: Sir. 3:17–18,20,28–29 My child, conduct your affairs with humility, and you will be loved more than a giver of gifts. Humble yourself the more, the greater you are, and you will find favor with God. What is too sublime for you, seek not, into things beyond your strength search not. The mind of a sage appreciates proverbs, and an attentive … Continue reading

Call for external evaluator for Project ANTENA

The Presidential Assistant for Quality Assurance (PAQA) of the University of San Carlos is calling for applications for an External Evaluator for Project ANTENA.  Project ANTENA aims to enhance academic quality and research in the Philippines through the development of internalization capacities. This capacity-building project is funded by the ERASMUS+ Program – Capability Building in … Continue reading

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time

First reading: Is. 66:18–21 Thus says the LORD: I know their works and their thoughts, and I come to gather nations of every language; they shall come and see my glory. I will set a sign among them; from them I will send fugitives to the nations: to Tarshish, Put and Lud, Mosoch, Tubal and … Continue reading

USC connects with alumni group for future collaboration

The University of San Carlos, headed by Fr. Narciso A. Cellan Jr., SVD, D.Comm., welcomed an alumni group composed of Carolinian graduates from all over the world on August 16, 2022 in the USC Downtown Campus.  Representatives of the USC Diehards (see photo below) who met with the University President included Capt. Rhafael Luche, Past … Continue reading

20th Sunday in Ordinary Time

First reading: Jer. 38:4–6,8–10 In those days, the princes said to the king: “Jeremiah ought to be put to death; he is demoralizing the soldiers who are left in this city, and all the people, by speaking such things to them; he is not interested in the welfare of our people, but in their ruin.” … Continue reading

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time

First reading: Wi. 18:6–9 The night of the passover was known beforehand to our fathers, that, with sure knowledge of the oaths in which they put their faith, they might have courage. Your people awaited the salvation of the just and the destruction of their foes. For when you punished our adversaries, in this you glorified us whom you had summoned. For … Continue reading