Sister Regina was elected as Province Leader of the Philippines during the Province Chapter which was held in Maryridge, Tagaytay, from 14 - 23 March 2014.
Regina made her perpetual profession on 31 May 1998.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and a Licentiate degree in Social Sciences with specialization in Social Communications.
Her ministry experiences include work in the fields of education and residential care. She has served in vocation ministry, and has facilitated retreats for sisters and mission partners. From 2003 to 2009 she was the Congregational Communications Coordinator in Rome.
From 2014, she led the sisters in Philippines through a process of discernment, reflection and discussion, linked with a similar process taking place in the Sector of Japan. The outcome resulted in the Sector of Japan and the Philippines Province officially becoming one, known as the Province of Philippines/Japan. This took place on 24 April 2017, Feastday of St Mary Euphrasia.
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Celebration of Earth Day at the Farm of the Good Shepherd, Sariaya included a Ritual, an Eco Walk, planting of seedlings and invitation to make a personal commitment to help preserve the Earth
The 9 Province Leaders of Asia Pacific held their annual meeting from 25-26 August 2017, in Jakarta Indonesia
Sister Maria Juanita 'Nenet' Dano leads a team of lay Mission Partners working to support and advocate for families of the victims of the government's anti-drug war
Good Shepherd justice activities are coordinated through their organization Women, Justice, Peace & Integrity of Creation (WJPIC). In this story Sr Nenet Dano describes some recent involvements
Good Shepherd Sisters from South West India, CE India/Nepal and Philippines attended this session highlighting sexual exploitation of marginalised women and girls
Journeying with a parish community on Victory Island since the Typhoon, the Philippine Province contributes significantly to a successful Desalination Project
Sisters and lay Mission Partners in the Philippines celebrate special feasts of Mary throughout the year by contributing to a Feeding Program for urban poor children
In the Philippines, Overseas Workers make a significant contribution to economic strength and wellbeing of families. Sisters of the Good Shepherd run programs which help to safeguard their rights
Sisters and staff at Mountain Maid Training Center are very proud of this year's graduates, who have completed college degrees or technical vocational training
In Baguio City, Philippines a new environmental initiative transforms tons of vegetable and fruit waste material every week into organic fertilizer
A long established Good Shepherd social enterprise in Baguio City aims to empower young people to break the cycle of poverty through education - and it produces a famous and highly sought jam
Comprehensive overview from the GSAPP team - how Good Shepherd Partnership for Mission is developing in this region
Ruhama Center for girls and women in Quezon City, Manila continues the work of the late Sister Mary Soledad Perpiñan
In the Philippines a community of Good Shepherd Contemplative Sisters is creating a sacred space for prayer, and a place of healing of Mother Earth
Good Shepherd Sisters offer a caring and therapeutic environment for women and children working in the sex industry and at risk of trafficking