The Fr. President, in his homily during the Baccalaureate Mass last April 7, reminded the candidates for graduation to be thankful to God. He anchored his homily to the Psalms: “This is the day that the Lord has made. Let us all be glad and rejoice in God”. His homily consisted of three parts. First, he reminded the faithful of the triumph of Christ over Death. He noted that no other Prophet, King. Political leader or President has had risen from the dead or has come back to life. Only Jesus Christ has risen. He is, indeed, the Son of God. His resurrection is a victory over evil and death. Christ has set us all free. We are all friends of God and has given us access to His grace, he added. The second part was for the candidates for graduation to become mature grown-ups. He told them to live the spirit of true unorians. He reminded them to be competent, positive, silent workers for progress, service-oriented, simple and always in praise of God. Lastly, he told them that they tomorrow is a new day. It will be your first day as graduates. It will be the beginning of your journey towards your profound profession. And he challenged them to fly like an eagle, run like rum but with a humble heart, a clear conscience and an unyielding faith to God. The Baccalaureate Mass was presided by the Fr. President and concelebrating with him are Rev. Fr. William Villaflor, OAR; Fr. Don Besana, oAR; Fr. Persiuz Joseph Decena, OAR; Fr. Louie Gabinete, OAR; Fr. Walthrode Conde, OAR; Fr. Abraham Latoza, OAR; Fr. Jose Ernil Almayo, OAR and Rev. Fr. Eugene Lucerna III.