- The Benedictine nuns setup their own community pantry despite the red-tagging issues thrown at organizers
- The nuns were seen praying during the opening of their community pantry
- They set it up outside the St. Scholastica's College campus in manila
- Many netizens cheered them on and prayed for them
Benedictine sisters setup their own community pantry right outside St. Scholastica's college in Manila.
The nuns were spotted praying first before they opened the pantry.
People were also lining up outside the campus, waiting for them to be able to secure their needs.
The heartwarming photos were quickly uploaded on the Facebook page of the CBCP, and quickly gained traction online.
Many netizens prayed for the sisters, expressing their support for such a noble venture.
Tnx and God bless you Sisters. I joim you in your prayers that we all be spared from the snares of the devils.
Lord, pls. give them Your divine protection and security. May the PNP do not harass them for red tagging. They are Your good servants. Thank You Lord, God bless
MORE POWER SISTERS, OUR HOPE & CONTINUE PRAYER FOR EVERYTHING WLL' BE ALRIGHT... GOD BLESS PHILIPPINES...GOD BLESS PILIPINO PEOPLE... MABUHAY...
goodness triumphs from this evil of the pandemic and corruption of the world.
"For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me . . .(Matthew 25:35)
A community pantry is an area where people can give anything and those who are in need could also get anything, all based on their needs.
Several Pinoy celebrities slammed the red-tagging of the organizers of the rapidly becoming popular community pantry. Many of them are asking why should the government train its guns on something that benefits the community when there are so many other problems that it should focus on. The Maginhawa community pantry organizers halted its operations after government forces and supporters linked their initiative to the communists. Some government officials also suggest that such initiatives need government approval.
The Maginhawa community pantry in Quezon City has shut down its operations due to red-tagging. The organizer appealed to the Office of Mayor Joy Belmonte last week for help after three police officers asked for her contact number and asked which organization she belonged. This created fear and now, she had to stop what she's doing due to red tagging. She said that the accusations were all baseless and that all she wanted to do was to help others.
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