Cubao launches JAM league season 4

By on April 4, 2012

QUEZON City, April 4, 2012—The Ministry for Youth Affairs (MYA) of Cubao diocese launched the 4th season of Jesus and Me (JAM) Brethren League (JBL4) last March 18 at the Transfiguration of Our Lord Parish.

“Promised to be a bigger and better league, JBL Season 4 has included not only new sporting events, but also socio-cultural events which will involve more youth from the vicariates,” read the statement from the MYA Cubao website.

MYA Cubao Minister Fr. Ronald “Jojo” Monis briefed members of the Diocesan Parish Youth Ministry (DPYM) core group about the idea that the said league will be open to all parish youth ministry members regardless whether they have undergone the JAM program or not.

The diocesan league will constitute six teams representing six vicariate of the said diocese; the parishes of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, San Pedro Bautista, Holy Family, Sto. Nino, St. Joseph and Sta. Rita.

JBL4 is set to open on May 9 with choral games and will last until May 26 with the dance competitions at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral School gym.

There are seven core virtues that the Jesus and Me (JAM) Brethren League Athletes consider to be very valuable in the practice of the faith for the athletes and those involved in the world of sports and competitions.

The seven core values are Charity, Honesty, Meekness, Moderation, Purity, and Good-Sportsmanship.

JAM program is one of the continuous program of Cubao diocesan youth ministry. After every JAM workshop-seminar, a JAM Brethren League takes place to foster camaraderie among the young people in the diocese. (Jandel Posion)

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