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QC officials prepare for Sto. Domingo Parish's 50th anniversary 

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Quezon City - In anticipation of the upcoming celebration of the 50th anniversary of the proclamation of Our Lady of Patroness of Quezon City in 1973, Mayor Joy Belmonte convened a meeting with key individuals involved in the preparations. District 1 Action Officer Ollie Belmonte, Quezon Memorial Circle (QMC) Administrator Windsor Bueno, and City Tourism Department head Teresa Tirona were among those present during the gathering. Also in attendance was the leadership of Sto. Domingo Parish, led by Parish Priest Rev. Fr. Mandy Malijan.

The meeting aimed to discuss and coordinate various initiatives to commemorate the significant milestone in Quezon City's history. The proclamation of Our Lady of Patroness holds great importance for the city, and the 50th anniversary celebration is an opportunity to reflect on the rich heritage and spiritual significance it brings to the community.

Mayor Joy Belmonte, known for her commitment to preserving Quezon City's cultural and religious traditions, emphasized the need for collaborative efforts to ensure a meaningful and memorable celebration. With District 1 Action Officer Ollie Belmonte, QMC Administrator Windsor Bueno, and City Tourism Department head Teresa Tirona actively participating in the meeting, it is evident that the city government is fully dedicated to organizing a remarkable event that pays homage to the city's patroness.

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The involvement of the Sto. Domingo Parish leadership further highlights the strong partnership between the local government and religious institutions. Rev. Fr. Mandy Malijan, as the Parish Priest, brings his valuable insights and guidance to the planning process, ensuring that the spiritual aspects of the celebration are appropriately incorporated.

As plans are set in motion, the city officials and Sto. Domingo Parish are expected to work closely together, exploring various activities and events that will engage the community and foster a sense of unity and devotion. The 50th anniversary celebration presents an opportunity not only to honor the city's patroness but also to deepen the faith and spirituality of the residents of Quezon City.

The forthcoming celebration of the 50th anniversary of the proclamation of Our Lady of Patroness of Quezon City holds great significance for both the city government and its residents. It serves as a reminder of the city's rich history, strong faith, and enduring devotion. Through careful planning and collaboration, Mayor Joy Belmonte and the stakeholders involved aim to create an extraordinary celebration that will leave a lasting impact on the hearts and minds of the Quezon City community.


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