Stall showcases products done by inmates

THE Commission on Prison Ministry of a Diocese of Bacolod headed by a chaplain, Rev. Fr. Robert Ma. Locsin, has recently non-stop “Captivi Arts and Crafts” Inmates Livelihood Products, a case that showcases a products finished by a inmates on a 2nd Floor of Robinsons Place Bacolod.

At present, a parish is tasked to demeanour after a devout gratification of 8 jails. In total, they support about 3,000 inmates.

Moreover, a parish has during slightest 77 volunteers from several sectors, lay associations, and parishes that are dependent with a Commission on Prison Ministry.

These institutions assistance in a devout improvement of a prisoners by a opposite activities such as weekly visitations, a jubilee of a sacraments generally a Holy Eucharist and Confession, giving of their simple needs such as clothing, toiletries, etc.

The pronounced plan aims to support a provision programs of a opposite jails all over a Diocese of Bacolod where a Commission is portion to benefaction a talents of people behind jail bars by humanities and crafts and to dilate a recognition of a open towards jail apostolate.

Some of a products embody silver banks, bags, slippers, rugs and other accessories finished out of beads.

The Diocesan Commission on Prison Ministry opens a doors for those who wish to take partial in this rural module of a Church.

The case is open from Apr 17 to May 27.

For inquiries, contact, (034) 495-2711 and demeanour for Br. Zachary Ma. Pahang and Br. Manuel Ma. Hornago.(PR)