Monday Nov, 29 2021 05:36:30 AM

Fr. Jun laid to rest

Church • 09:30 AM Sun May 30, 2021
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NDBC/Edwin O. Fernandez
Photos courtesy of one of Fr. Jun's closest friends, Susan Anayatin, BARMM member of parliament.

COTABATO CITY - Fr. Eliseo Mercado, OMI, missionary, ambassador of peace, theologian, philosopher, professor, lecturer, retreat master, writer, spiritual director, counsellor, artist, mystique, poet, the best chef, architect, gardener, nature lover, coffee drinker, politician in a positive sense, helper of the poor, true friend of the Muslims and GOAT, which means Greatest Of All Time,” has been laid to rest.

That was how Fr. Hilario Asilo, OMI described Fr. Jun.  

The Oblates bury Fr. Jun on his 73rd natal day Saturday, May 29, at the OMI cemetery in Tamontaka, Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao.

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