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Harp Hits for Healing 5

Harp Hits for Healing 5 is a CD you must have because you are our mission partner. Thank you for believing in our mission to bring peace into the world into your heart through contemplative Prayer. Our mission together will start with the building of funds for the construction of the Regina Rosarii Institute of Contemplation in Asia. For every donation of at least Php 500.00, you can avail of the Harp Hits for Healing 5 for free.

Harp Hits for Healing 5 was launched at the Grand Ballroom of the Quezon City Sports Club last September 5, 2014.  Harp artist Noelle Cassandra was present during the launching where she sang Ryan Cayabyab’s, the Prayer of St. Francis in duet with Robert Cheng.

Be a part of the Regina Rosarii Institute Construction Heroes (RICH). Share your blessings and get Sr. Eppie’s newest CD: Harp Hits for Healing 5. Leave a legacy at Regina RICA!



Ministry after the storm

Last Saturday, September 20, 2014 immediately after the mass the Dominican Sisters of Regina Rosarii went around the streets wanting to know if in what way they can help the homeless people after the wrath of typhoon Mario. They brought with them some rice, pan de sal and even cook champorado (chocolate flavored rice porridge) as a little way of help to the typhoon victims.  As they pass by the streets they found those homeless, restless and still awake as they articulates that they are sleepless the entire the night watching with anxious heart, waiting if the water will rise up. They are so much thankful to the little blessing they received.







Mama Mary is inviting you, Celebrate my birthday in Regina RICA


FREE seminar September 15 to 17


RICH ka na HERO ka pa


What a coincidence.

When we attended the annual convention of the Association of Major Superiors in Tagaytay. Sr. Eppie was approached by the sister in charge asking her if she can make a prayer for the OFW and the migrant workers to which Sr. Eppie without hesitation said YES.


We then produced candles for OFW & Migrant workers. Part of what we earn will be given for the cause of the OFW & Migrant desk of the Association of Major Superiors.


Today Sr. Reice of the Scalabrinian Sisters saw Mama Mary on top of our building and immediately she asked if they can pray the rosary to our Lady Regina Rosarii. We answered YES you can and you are most welcome. So Reice and 20 OFWs came to pray.


What a coincidence because we did not know of Sr. Reice and her OFW & migrant workers, nor they ever knew of our pledge to help the OFW & Migrant workers desk of the AMRSP until just NOW.





Hours after Typhoon Glenda hits the country, the Dominican Sisters of Regina Rosarii

Just hours after Typhoon Glenda hit the country, The Dominican Sisters of Regina Rosarii went to the many streets in search for the K friends people who have no homes who live in the kalsada, kariton and karton to give them food. Sr. Eppie says in the storm these people cannot cook for themselves nor can they find basura or garbage to sell.



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The Dominican Sisters of Regina Rosarii receives award from Radio Veritas

Radio Veritas in celebration of thier 45th anniversary, recognizes the Dominican Sisters of Regina Rosarii with a plaque of appreciation for it's program "Sacred Space on the Air featuring Sunday Psalms and Sounds" aired every sunday 10 PM to 11 PM.




What is a contemplative in the heart of the world?


Soon to Rise in Regina RICA: The Institute


If you happen to read or look at this article right now then Mama Mary is calling for you at this moment to be part of her project of giving HOPE to a broken world.

Come to Regina RICA so you can see for yourself and experience God's gift of grace. In what way can you help Regina RICA make this institution a reality.

In a few weeks from now The Regina RICA Institute of Contemplation in Asia will begin her construction. Feel in your hearts what Mama Mary wants you to do to help.


St. Paul's Pilgrimage Path


Pilgrimage to Greece, Turkey and Holy Land with Sr. Eppie Brasil

St. Paul like you and me has not personally seen Jesus in Christ in person and yet the experience of being blind and sight restored had brought impact in his life that he served Jesus with so much passion. We are also likewise called to the same fiery service for Jesus in whatever walk of life we are in.

The irritations, boredom, helplessness and even hopelessness are the stimuli that can open us to invite Jesus in our hearts to be our companion for life.

As we walk in the streets were Paul had walked, we breathe in the air the challenges he met with courage, the sights he saw, hear the sounds Paul has heard before us, feel the trees and rocks that has been there since the time Paul and let these experiences be enhanced by contemplative prayer for all of us who follow Jesus friend of the poor and healer of the broken.

And like Jesus, may I say to you: come & see, come & hear, come & smell, come & touch, come & experience.


Contemplative prayer


“The only thing to seek in contemplative prayer is God;
and we seek Him successfully when we realize that we cannot find Him unless He shows Himself to us, and yet at the same time that He would not have inspired us to seek Him unless we had already found Him.”


The Dominican Sisters of Regina Rosarii Geared Up Towards the Challenges of Promoting Vocation


The Dominican Sisters of Regina Rosarii is now up to the challenges of promoting Vocations after attending a two-day Seminar last September 21 to 22, 2013. The Seminar Workshop was organized by the Dominican Family Commission on Social Communication and Office for Social Communication Institute of Preaching.



Power Message

When the going is tough and there seems no end to trouble,

Look beyond. Burn bright with hope.

God carries you. You are safe.



Sr. Eppie Brasil, OP


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