Jordan Legaspi

Rookie (24 July 1978 / Davao City, Philippines)

+ Spc –love Serves - Poem by Jordan Legaspi

SPC –Love and Serves

Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, whose experience of God
inspired her mission and vision of Christian Ideals: Love, Faith, Charity
Aught to provide excellent medical trainings
and agencies to address the society’s need
Nay to forget, thus, her commitment to education is holistic literary

Place on top among other country’s leading institutions
in the Philosophy and Discipline of Education, thus,
Every ups and downs is her blue print of reach and meaningful story;
Details of her achievement, not only the plaques,
the trophies, the certificates, or
Records of different contributions in shaping Davao City,
and the whole county, but
Of all the he and the she in their chosen industry
that became a portrait of Jesus’ reality

Came to, the growing community form her humble roots
and timely beginnings;
Over the years remains a living experience of growth and development
together with her devotion and prayer to The Holy Trinity:
Leading the journey, religiously in honesty and transparency; as-
Living the message of the Gospel –legacy of the PME,
and that of the Dominican Spirituality
Enterprise of opportunities –freedom from ignorance and poverty:
Going beyond to promote the culture of life of no division and strife;
Erudite men and women to adhere the highest good
–the love and service to both civic and religious affairs



Note:
The San Pedro College (SPC) is known to be one of the leading institutions in the country that provides quality and excellent medical training.
SPC was found on 1October 1956 by the Dominican Sisters (of Quebec) and known today as Dominican Sisters of the Trinity. And it is also noted that through the presence of the Foreign Mission of Quebec (PMA fathers) the said founding community of sisters was motivated to start a catholic medical school and hospital in Davao City.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 26, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, March 27, 2011


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