QUEZON CITY — Bro. Tito Revereal on Tuesday, July 11,  revealed that men who are “with calling” may apply to become priests themselves.

The revelation was made by Bro. Tito in an interview by the Media House Express during the QC Media Hour program hosted by Quezon City Press Club President and Manila Standard veteran reporter Rio Araja II.

Bro. Tito is the program director of the Antipolo Seminary Foundation of Redemptorist Baclaran located in Baclaran, Paranaque City.

He said that single men may just approach the front desk of the Redemptorist Seminary in Baclaran, Paranaque City and they will be entertained accordingly.

Bro. Tito added that the seminarians or those who would want to become priests, are conducting their studies in Christ the King in E. Rodriguez Avenue, Quezon City, but when they take up their Theology, they continue their studies in Davao City where a Redemptorist College Seminary is located.

He stressed that they also provide financial assistance for water, food and electricity, especially to those who are less fortunate in life.

Bro. Tito noted that three months ago, they also helped a community in Bataan who complained of harassment and violation of their human rights.

He explained that firstly, they would send a priest in a community complaining of harassment for the assessment of the situation there. Once the said priest made the proper conclusion and recommendation regarding the area, the Redemptorist Foundation would then take the appropriate action.

The Antipolo Seminary Foundation also has a school in Mariposa Street, Barangay Bagong Lipunan in Quezon City.

Likewise, the Redemptorist Church in Baclaran, Paranaque City where the Our Lady of Perpetual Help is enshrined, has been popular to Filipino Catholics as their petitions and prayers are answered when they attended the novenas and other religious celebrations there. – By Perfecto T. Raymundo, Jr.