Millennials asked to be ‘CPAs’

June 19 2016 12:02 PM

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A priest based in Leyte wants millennials to drop their indifference and learn to become so-called CPAs – or those with Competence, Professionalism and Accountability.

Fr. Virgilio Manaog made the suggestion at the St. Paul School of Professional Studies, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines said.

Manaog had presided over a thanksgiving Mass marking the installation of Raymundo Gallardo as the St. Paul School of Professional Studies School of Law’s third dean.

During the Mass, Manaog cited the example set by St. Barnabas, whose feast day the event coincided with.

He said Barnabas was like one of Jesus Christ’s disciples who sacrificed all he had for his love of God – including selling his belongings and giving the proceeds to the apostles.

“He was a man always looks for unity even in times of difficulty, a lover and doer of peace,” Manaog said.  MC

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