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  • Program

The very start of any program is immersion. The result of immersion is integration with the people, thus, intensifying solidarity with them. Later on, scientific data gathering was conducted. The result of the survey states that they have so many concerns. But we started with housing then livelihood, health, education and values formation respectively.
The following are the indicators of success when it comes to empowerment:

The people are taught to start from reality by making the survey by themselves
They are assisted to analyze the result of the survey
They are guided to plan for their own basing on their analysis
One of their plans was the successful formation and registration in SEC of their organization which is St. Hannibal Christian Community
Ability to facilitate meetings even without us
Sense of owning their organization by having the initiatives to look for ways to improve it by setting up leadership trainings
Formation of Council of Servant leaders
Regular average attendance of participants during weekly meetings
Regular barangay meetings
Organized area masses
Active participation on committee meetings
Compliance with some requirements such as membership fees, community mappings and submission of survey forms
Voluntary moral support for Bro. Ranier about their plight
Formation of different committees such as on livelihood, health, values, education, research, finance and research
Tie up with other congregations and agencies
  • Personnel
    At least, each program is now taken charge of by certain persons such as: education – Hernan, health – Max, Values formation – Ranier, Livelihood – Mely, Housing – Fr. Dexter. However, all of the programs are under the supervision of Fr. Dexter.
    There is an increasing number of volunteers especially in education
    Commitment to work for the mission of SHEC is more intense on the part of the personnel due to constant moments of prayer during masses and meditations
  • Finance
    • The average amount of expenses is becoming stable. For a month, almost P80,000 is the regular expenses. However, there is also a gradual increase of sponsors and donors for the programs of SHEC especially on scholarship
  • Registration of SHEC in SEC
    • SHEC was registered in Securities and Exchange Commission last July 28, 2005. This makes it easier to relate with other funding agencies.
  • Advocacy
    • SHEC uses several ways to promote her spirit. First, living out the causes of  SHEC. This has inspired people who are coming over to SHEC. Secondly, sharing by teaching the biblical and charismaric foundations of SHEC to Religious Brothers, Rogationist novices, Aspirants of the Daughters of Divine Zeal, volunteers  has made SHEC attractive as a way of finding fulfillment in life.



1. Shared Financial Assistance for the purchase of BPI Lot which is P27M and for livelihood program (RCJ – 11M, DDZ – 11M, SHEC 11M)
2. Awareness of the spirit of SHEC by integrating it in the formative years according to the level of formation
3. Regularization of Mely Nadunop as an employee of SHEC
4. Fixing of the bank accounts such signatories and renaming of account names and consolidation of the two peso accounts
5. Formal settlement of the status of Max, Hernan and Ranier in order to give what is proper to them.
6. Possibility of borrowing a car on Tuesdays for our meditation


SHEC Personnel

  1. Fr. Dexter M. Prudenciano

While preparing for his ordination to the priesthood, he was finishing his course in Bachelor of Science in Social Work. Right after graduation, he was asked to prepare for the establishment of SHEC. At the first year of setting up of SHEC, he finished his degree in  Masters of Arts in Theology. At present, he is in his full-time work of empowering around 2000 informal settlers of the six barangays of Pasay City.

  1. Bro. Rainier Torres

In agreement with the Major Superior, Ranier is in the process of intensive discernment. He found SHEC to be the best place for him to process himself. While in SHEC, he is in charge of the value formation of the members of  St. Hannibal Christian Community. Initially, he is expressing his desire to continue his studies in Don Bosco by next school year while staying in SHEC.

  1. Hernan Recinto

He left the Rogationist Novitiate some time in November (2004) last year due to certain personal reasons. With certain arrangement with Fr. Bruno, he wanted to express his desire to go back. In search of a community, he found SHEC to be the place for him to continue his discernment. He came over to SHEC last June 2005. Right now, he is in charge of educational and scholarship programs of SHEC.

  1. Max Geli

He was a former Rogationist Senior Seminarian. After one and a half years of staying in Green Court, where the formation was first held, he went outside to finish his studies. When SHEC was just starting, he came to know about it. He came over and expressed his desire to go back because he was attracted to the kind of apostolate that the Rogationists have at present. That was in May 2004.  While staying longer in SHEC, Fr. Bruno arranged with Fr. Dexter that he has to finish his course on Economics in almost two years. After that, he has to go to Calcutta to pursue his postulancy together with the other senior seminarians. Right now, he is assisting in the Health Program.

  1. Mely Nadunop

She is from Baguio City. She finished her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in economics in Baguio City. She has also further studies in Germany in relation to her course. After her studies, she worked in National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) for almost ten years in technical positions as economic development specialist. Afterwhich, she worked also in other agencies with almost the same line of work. To further on her knowledge, last year she took up Bachelor of Science in Social Work in Asian Social Institute. While studying, she came to know SHEC and was attracted to the work. After graduation, she came over  and expressed her desire to work as a full-time collaborator. She started just last June 2005. She is now in charge of the livelihood program.

  1. Volunteers
    1. Housing/Community Organizing
      • Ms. Lita Nero – Executive Director of Foundation for Development Alternatives (FDA)
      • Mr. & Mrs. Lary Famadico – Employees of FDA & Habitat
      • Habitat for Humanity Personnel
    1. Livelihood
      • Ms. Lita Nero
      • Felix Tonog – Director of Mabuhay Ka Foundation
    1. Education
      • Scholarship
        • Andrea and Clarissa Reyna
        • Jojo Pre
        • Cherry Pie
        • Melissa Mina
        • Bro. Christian De Sagun
        • Michelle Hiyastro
        • Derace Nadunop
        • Ramon Espin
      • Tutorials
        • Students
          • San Beda
          • San Juan De Dios
          • Manila Doctors
        • DDZ Aspirants
      • Home Study Program and Out of School Youth Program
        • Social Work Students from Asian Social Institute:
          • Sr. Anne – Good Shepherd Sister
          • Sr. Maria – Burmese Sister
          • Sabine – German national, nurse
    1. Values formation
      • Fr. Carlos Abesamis, SJ
      • Bro. Adoration – collaborator of Fr. Abe
      • Bro. Tang – collaborator of Fr. Abe
      • Rogationist Religious Brothers
    1. Health
      • Camillian Fathers – Frs. Junrey and Charlie






  1. Masses
    1. Area Mass
      • Once a month mass for each of the six barangays
      • The venue is just along the alleys or creeks
    1. Every day Mass
      • This happens in the morning
      • The venue is in the house
  1. Meditation
    1. Everyday
      • At least 30-minutes in the morning before the mass
    1. Whole day Meditation
      • Schedule – every Tuesday
      • Venue – Oasis of Prayer, Silang & Lazo Resort, Laguna
      • Mode – 1st & 3rd Tuesday – Individual; 2nd & 4th -Group
  1. Lectio Divina
    1. Schedule – every Thursday after the Mass in the morning
    2. Venue - SHEC
  2. Spiritual Reading – this happens during meditations on Tuesdays
  3. Rosary –
    1. Group – every Saturday evening
    2. Individual – along the week
  4. Dialogues
    1. Dialogue with Max – Tuesday 9-10 AM
    2. Dialogue with Hernan– Tuesday 10-11 AM
    3. Dialogue with Ranier – Tuesday 11-12 AM
    4. Dialogue with staff – Tuesday 1PM
  5. Further Studies
    1. On St. Hannibal – Heran and Max; Mondays, 9-10AM
    2. Personality Development- Ranier and Max; Thursdays, 9-10AM
    3. Community life and discipline- Fr. Dexter and Max; Tuesdays 9-10AM
  6. Physical Exercise
    1. Mondays, Wednesdays 6PM
  7. Consultation Meetings of Housing and Livelihood
    1. This is held in Quezon City every Wednesdays, 8-10AM
  8. Staff Meeting
    1. Wednesday 10 AM
  9. Barangay Meetings
    1. 156 – Monday, 7:30 PM
    2. 157 – Monday, 3:00 PM
    3. 162 – Thursday, 3PM
    4. 165 Rodriguez – Friday, 2PM
    5. 165 Bukid – Sunday, 830PM
    6. 180 – Friday, 8PM
    7. 184 – Monday, 930 PM
  10. Committee Meetings
    1. Health – Tuesday, 8PM
    2. Education - Sunday, 5PM
    3. Livelihood – Friday, 4PM
    4. Values Formation – Wednesday, 4PM
    5. Finance- Thursday, 5PM
    6. Research- Wednesday, 2PM



Fr. Dexter M. Prudenciano

  • Sunday
    • Area Masses/General Assemblies
    • Bilibid Prison Mass
    • Meeting with the Scholars
    • Meetings with the Volunteers of Scholarship
    • Parochial Mass
    • Barangay Meeting - 165
  • Monday
    • Class with the Rogationist Novitiate
    • Barangay Meeting- 157
    • Barangay Meeting – 156
    • Barangay Meeting - 184
  • Tuesday
    • Meditation
      • Dialogue with Max
      • Dialogue with Hernan
      • Dialogue with Ranier
      • Dialogue with the Staff
      • Spiritual Reading – Backpack of a Jesus Seeker
      • Mass
    • Meeting with Health Committee
  • Wednesday
    • Consultation meeting about Housing, livelihood and community organizing
    • Staff Meeting
    • Values Formation Committee meeting
    • Music Class with the Novices of DDZ, Bicutan
  • Thursday
    • Lectio Divina
    • Personal Meditation
    • Barangay Meeting -162
    • Finance Committee Meeting
    • Board of Trustees Meeting (Shacc)
  • Friday
    • Meeting with the Students of ASI
    • Barangay Meeting – 165 Rodriguez
    • Meetings with the Religious Brothers
    • Livelihood Meeting
    • Barangay Meeting – 180
  • Saturday
    • Class with the Aspirants of DDZ
    • Leaders’ Meeting (Council of Servant Leaders)
    • Music Practice per barangay

Bro. Ranier Torres

  • he normally joins in all the activities but his focus is on the making of module for the value formation of the people
  • he is currently assisting Fr. Bruno in encoding and editing the PID News

Hernan Recinto

  • he also joins in all the activities but he is specifically in charge of the programs on Education, Health and benefactors’ office
  • he is coordinating with Angelicum regarding the home study program
  • he is making contacts with the doctors of the University of the Philippines about the program on health

Maxim Geli

  • he goes to his classes on economics in Pasig City from Monday to Friday. His classes normally are from 5PM to 10PM.
  • he assists also in all the programs depending on his availability considering that he is studying









7:30 – Area Mass
9:00 – Area Mass
1:00 – Bilbid Prison Mass
2:00 - Scholars’ Meeting
5:00 – Volunteers’ meeting
7:00 Parochial Mass
8:30 – Bgy. 165 Meeting


5:00- Meditation, Mass
6:00 Breakfast

9-10 - Study on the biography of St. Hannibal by Hernan and Max

10:12 Classes with Rog. Novices in Silang
3PM – Meeting in Brgy. 157
730PM - Meeting in Brgy. 156
930PM - Meeting in Bgy. 184

- Individual
--2nd, 4th tuesday
- Group
--1st, 3rd Tuesday

Place: either in Oasis or in Laguna

6AM - breakfast, departure
9AM dialogue with Max
10AM-..with Hernan
11AM-…with Ranier
3PM – Spiritual Reading
4PM- Mass

8PM- Meeting in Health

5:30 Meditation, Mass
8AM Consult- ation on Housing
10AM – Staff meeting
4PM – Values formation meeting
8PM – Classes with FDZ Novices

6AM- Meditation, Mass, Lectio Divina

9-10=study on community life by Ranier and Max

3PM – Meeting in bgy. 162

(personal meditation /study for Fr. Dexter

8PM – Board of Trustees Meeting
(2nd & 4th Thursday)
10PM – departure for Calcutta

6AM Meditation, Mass, breakfast, household chores
10-12 – Meeting with ASI students
2PM meetings with bgy. 165
4PM meeting with the religious bros.
8PM Meeting with bgy. 180

6AM- Meditation, Mass, Breakfast

9AM - meeting with the DDZ Aspirants

2-5PM- Leaders’ Meeting

6PM –Common Rosary, Dinner

730PM - Music Practice per barangay



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