Sunday, January 29, 2006


Having been denied access to the U.P. Sunken Garden, the Silent Majority Prayer Movement would like to announce that the venue for prayer gathering is the Quezon Memorial Circle.

The date and time are the same: Monday, 30 January 2006, 3:00 PM onwards.

Everybody is invited to come to the inter-faith prayer event-irrespective of their political affiliations, ideological persuasions, creeds or other differences. It is in prayer that they all become one under one God in one country.

As a sign of respect for the sacred occasion, no banners, placards and any other protest symbol are welcome. In the same way there are no protest speeches and the like.

Please bring food and water to share. It might be good also to bring umbrellas and the like just in case in rains.

Members of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines will presence the prayer occasion. They are led by his Eminence Ricardo J. Cardinal Vidal and its President Archbishop Angel N. Lagdameo, DD.

The movement ardently invites all to come and to pray as one people.