ST. MARY EUPHRASIA PELLETIER
"She died in Angers, France on April 24, 1868 leaving to her sisters her great example, her deep love for and loyalty to Our Mother Church, as well as her God-given vision and mission to go beyond horizons."www.goodshepherdsisters.org.ph/saints/st-mary-euphrasia-pelletier
St. Bridget College taught us optimism and determination that we can make our dreams come true by transforming all “impossibilities” to realities and the unachievable ideals to concrete achievement. It is our time to radiate more of this light proving how we were cared, transformed, developed, loved and cherished by our Bridgetine family”.
Jelmer Jon B. Ochoa and Raphael Alfredo Luis L. Buenafe emerged as the valedictorian and salutatorian respectively among 509 graduates in the 95th Commencement Exercises of St.
After reigning as over-all champion in Batangas City Athletic and Sports Meet (BCASM), SBC Shepherds prepare for the upcoming Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association (STCAA) competition to be held in Imus City, Cavite, Feb. 6-13, 2015.
The crowd was screaming with excitement as they witnessed how SBC Shepherds defeated the New District Volleyball Spikers in the Batangas City Athletic and Sports Meet (BCASM) Boys Championship volleyball game, Nov. 10.
To promote solidarity among the departments of the school community, provide up-to-date information on school activities and other concerns and to support the institution’s aim for evangelization, St. Bridget College, College Department, launched Bridgetine Broadcaster’s Society (BBS), November 21, 2014.
To be informed, the first year and second year students of the college department attended a seminar on the different forms of addiction at Mary Morrissey Hall, Nov. 28, 2014.
Two members of Sibul editorial board proved their journalistic craft as they garnered awards in the Regional Higher Education Press Conference held at Batis Aramin Hotel and Resort, Lucban, Quezon, December 3-5, 2014.
“I may not be remembered by my students for the lessons I had taught them, but they will remember me for the love and care I gave them when they were my students because I know that the heart of a teacher is bigger than the lessons she shares.”