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Circular 2018-11: Bishop of Bayombong

May 28, 2018

Circular 2018-11

RE: Bishop of Bayombong

Reverend Fathers:

On account of the appointment of Bishop Elmer I. Mangalinao as Bishop of Bayombong, he has ceased to be Titular Bishop of Urusi and Auxiliary Bishop of Lingayen Dagupan since last May 24.  His name will no longer be mentioned in the Eucharistic Prayer in Masses celebrated in the Archdiocese of Lingayen Dagupan inasmuch as his name will be mentioned already in all the Masses in the Diocese of Bayombong.

He will be installed Bishop of Bayombong on July 25, 2018 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning at the Cathedral of Saint Dominic in Bayombong. We will send out information about a delegation from the archdiocese who will send him off and attend the installation rites.

Our thanksgiving Mass and farewell fellowship for Bishop Elmer will be held on July 21, Saturday at 10:00 am at the Cathedral of Saint John the Evangelist. Kindly reserve the date and organize a delegation from the parishes and schools for this despedida.

Let us thank the Lord for the ministry of Bishop Elmer to our Church in Lingayen Dagupan. We know the Diocese of Bayombong will be equally blessed by his ministry.

Sincerely yours,


Archbishop of Lingayen Dagupan


Circular 2018-10: Oratio Imperata Against Calamities

May 28, 2018

Circular 2018-10

RE: Oratio Imperata

Reverend Fathers:

Following our established pious tradition, the Oratio Imperata Against Calamities herein enclosed, must be prayed in all parishes, chaplaincies, pastoral stations and schools in every Mass BEFORE the POST COMMUNION PRAYER from the Sunday of Corpus Christi, June 3, 2018 until November 1, 2018, the Solemnity of All Saints.

Through the past years, our province has been spared from natural calamities thus helping our Catholic faithful to maximize the fruits of agriculture and aqua culture. Our parishioners gratefully attribute this blessing to our Oratio Imperata.

The English, Pangasinan, Tagalog and Ilocano translations may be used according to your prudent pastoral judgment.

Oremus pro invicem.

Sincerely yours,


Archbishop of Lingayen Dagupan



In the Archdioceses of Lingayen Dagupan to be prayed in every Mass BEFORE the POST COMMUNION PRAYER from the Sunday of Corpus Christi, June 3, 2018 until November 1, 2018, the Solemnity of All Saints.


Almighty God, Lord of the universe, Creator of everything, we come to you seeking your divine protection as we face our fears and confront the threats that cause us anxiety.

After every invocation let us say


From strong typhoons

From relentless rains

From destructive earthquakes

From drought and pests

From deadly floods and storm surges

From red tides and fish kills

From deadly lightning

From violence and wars
From corruption and sin

From criminality and terrorism
From selfishness and indifference


Divine Jesus, you calmed the storms and walked over the waters. Give us fine weather. Shield us from distress. Drive away from our land all calamities and disasters of nature. We entrust ourselves you now and forever.

Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag, pray for us.




Dios a Makapanyari, Katawan na kalapagan, Manamalsa na amin, onaasinger kamin manaanap na madibinon panangiyagel Mo no arapen mi ray pakataktatakotan mi tan saray kaugsan ya mangiiter na pagpaga’d sikami.

Kasumpal na balang pikakasi, say ebat tayo:


Ed saray maksil ya bagyo,

Ed saray agmanondan oran,

Ed saray makaderal a yegyeg,

Ed say kaekatan ed tiagew tan saray peste,

Ed red tides tan ipatey na saray sira-sira,

Ed maka-andi rad bilay a kirmat,

Ed say violenten kipapasen tan bakal,

Ed corruption tan kasalanan,

Ed kriminalidad tan terorismo,

Ed inkasiblet tan anggapoy pibabali.


Jesus a Dios, pinatondam iray bagyo tan nanakar kad tapew na danum. Iter mod sikami so maabig a panaon. Iyarawi Mo kamid saray gonigon. Ekal Mod bansa mi so amin a kalamidad tan panderal na kalikasan. Imamatalek mi dili mi’d Sika natan tan diad andi-aggaan.


Ina’y Santo Rosario na Manaoag, pikasi mo kami.


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