Mr. Clemente Delim for being an Istorya ng Pag-asa Baguio Champion

Congratulations to Mr. Clemente P. Delim Resident Artist of Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary

for being an Istorya ng Pag-asa Baguio Champion!
As we celebrate his triumphs over struggles, his story will be
inspiring the youth and many others to believe that there is hope
for the future, whatever circumstances are at present.

Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary family was present with 
Sister Nora Maulawin, Teacher Betty Tumbaga, Pamela Carcha, Mary Joyce Seguin, Ronald Burbano when he received the Recognition from our

Philippine Vice President Maria Leonor 'Leni" G. Robredo,
who launched Istorya ng Pag-asa in Quezon City, Dumaguete, Cagayan de Oro,
Palawan, Naga, Cebu, Baguio at the University of the Cordilleras August 30, 2017 and will be featured at Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary

September 30-October 30, 2017

Visit us and  be Inspired! 

 

Istorya ng Pag-asa

The traveling photo exhibit with 20 stories of hope 
 

will be featured at Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary besides Sunbeams Classroom
 

September 30-October 30, 2017

 

 

Istorya ng Pag-Asa is a traveling photo gallery featuring different stories of hope by the Filipino people. Through words and portraits, this project aims to inspire, empower and be a source of hope for all. Istorya ng Pag-asa wasoriginally a photoblog — an offshoot of Araw ng Pagbasa, Araw ng Pag-asa, an annual
reading advocacy program that began in 2008 in the Third District of Quezon City.

Today, Istorya ng Pag-asa continues to grow with stories of hope sourced from local communities, with the help of different socio-civic groups and local government units.

Istorya ng Pag-asa continues to expand its reach to all corners of the country, with the support of partners and stakeholders from Quezon City, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, Naga, Baguio City and Dumaguete.

 

Stations of the Death of the Forest 2018

May we invite you to walk meditatively on the way of the death of the forest. 

Let us learn the way of truth and life through our suffering, sacrifices, and death , a way to

          connect  our own sorrows with Christ's and with the misery of all God's creation            

  

 
 
 

INTRO GALLERY

The Introduction Gallery presents an overview of the advocacy of the Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary (MES) as a green museum.

It has five sections: the first “MES as a Green Museum;” the second provides the ecological context, “Grandeur of Creation” and the “Desecration of Nature;” the third provides historical context, “Maryknoll Sisters in Baguio;” the fourth is about its main feature, “The Cosmic Journey;” and the fifth is an example of sustainable building, “The Earth House.”

The MES is an alternative center for environmental education.  It aims to promote a new understanding of the earth and to initiate positive change by encouraging people to make sustainable choices in daily life.

 

The MES is the only green museum in Northern Luzon and is in a unique position to set an example of how informal environment education can become accessible to the general public-- to tell the story of the earth, of ecological change, and of the urgency to develop and implement sustainable solutions.

As a green museum, its primary goal is to encourage people to become more conscious of the earth’s limited resources and be aware of how actions affect its capacity to sustain life.

  

                                                                                                                                                                                                              AUTHOR: ERLYN RUTH ALCANTRA

 

Landbank visit MES

Maryknolll Ecological Sanctuary hosted the Landbank EMS Internal Auditors Planning Conference last February 9 – 11, 2017. Sister Nora Maulawin welcomed the 26 participants, led by Carolyn I. Olfindo, Chairperson of the Environmental Management System Working Committee. The visitors from Landbank made time to participate in some of the Learning Programs offered by MES. Ms. Lucia Ruiz facilitated a short eco-recollection, and Teacher Betty Tumbaga guided them on the Cosmic Journey.