officials Bacolod Bishop Patricio Buzon signs the guest book at the Capitol where he was welcomed last night by Negros Occidental Gov. Alfredo and Marilyn Marañon (right) and Bacolod Mayor Evelio and Elsa Leonardia (left) as Vicar General Louie Galbines looks on*
( Richard Mailihan photo )


Pray for me, Buzon asks
Calls for respect for human rights
BY NIDA BUENAFE

Moved by the warm welcome he received from Hinigaran town to Bacolod City, Bishop Patricio Buzon, the new bishop of the Diocese of Bacolod, asked the faithful to pray for him as he takes on the challenges of leading the Church in the diocese.

Buzon said his new assignment in Bacolod will not be as easy as it was in the Diocese of Kabankalan since the society is bigger and life in the city is more complicated than in the countryside.

The new bishop of the diocese said he is thankful for his predecessors for stabilizing the diocese, and looks forward to great things ahead. moremoremore

Negros, city officials
welcome new bishop
BY CARLA GOMEZ

Negros Occidental Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. and Bacolod Mayor Evelio Leonardia welcomed Bishop Patricio Buzon as the new shepherd of the Diocese of Bacolod at a dinner at the Social Hall of the Capitol last night.

Other guests included Bishop Emeritus Vicente Navarra, and bishops from various parts of the country who are attending the official installation of Buzon as the 6 th bishop of the Diocese of Bacolod at rites at the San Sebastian Cathedral in Bacolod City at 9 a.m. today.

Marañon assured Buzon that the people of Negros Occidental will be praying for his success. moremoremore

 

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Inverted crosses, black paints
hit Dumaguete Catholic school
BY JUDY F. PARTLOW

Police investigators are looking deeper into acts of vandalism inside the campus of a Catholic university in Dumaguete City even as regular classes resumed yesterday.

The St. Paul University-Dumaguete administration, however, continues to decline requests from the media for comment on the activity, allowing police investigation to progress without interruption, University External Affairs director, Raffy Duhaylungsod, said.

Duhaylungsod confirmed that classes were suspended Friday following the discovery of the vandalism acts spread across the campus. .