“Play is our brain’s favorite way of learning” and for Chiro, play is one method of catechism!
Here is an article about the recently concluded Thematic Camp on Games in Agusan del Norte last October 22 to 24! Sixteen (16) promising leaders from Chiro Afga and Chiro Simbalan participated in this 3-da...
Chiro Youth Movement participated during the World Youth Day in Poland from July 20-August 1 2016...
During the partnership visit of Jungwacht and Blauring last July 2015, the Let’s Have Breakfast program hit a record high of feeding more than 200 children at LDMS Tacloban City...
Team 6 (Chiro leaders who went to Switzerland last March-April 2016) shares 2 article about the experiences they had during the 3 weeks stay in different parts of Switzerland.
Every day is a highlight – Run-through of the 3 weeks stay
By Ldr. Manilyn Resurreccion of Chiro Pacdal
4th Chiro Congress Statement
“Living the Chiro Spirit in a New Perspective”
Bukal ng Tipan Taytay, Rizal
May 19-22, 2016
We are the Chiro Youth Movement Philippines, Inc...
What is different about the Chiro Youth Movement from other Youth Movements? We are in constant search for meaning in life. We have to ask ourselves once in a while, is it worthwhile joining the Chiro Movement?
The Chiro movement is a faith-driven human activity...
The Pope announced a Jubilee Year of Mercy to encourage us to “welcome the numerous signs of compassion and mercy of God to the whole world”...
Teaching the history of the Philippines, Asia, and the World leads me to discover and learn more about the different styles of every leader...
Urukundo Iteka or Love Everyday.
It was a phrase that struck me immediately after I read it in the chapel inside the Xaveri Centre in Rwanda. I told myself that it is such an inspiring phrase to keep in mind everyday as I start my journey in the World Camp in Rwanda.
Love everyday. We arrived at K...
There was no rain when six Jungwacht and Blauring arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. Two other Swiss leaders came the next day to join the welcoming night.
The first days were more about knowing the Philippines, adjusting to the warm climate and getting impressions about th...