Monday, January 24, 2011

UST: 400 Years of Unending Grace

The long wait is over.

The University of Santo Tomas Quadricentennial Week is on the roar with the line-up of the following activities. Please take note that the quadricentennial celebration is a year-long affair. In connection with its 400th year anniversary, the UST Santisimo Rosario Church has received an extraordinary grant of plenary indulgence from Pope Benedict XVI. The Pope said he is giving a plenary indulgence on all those who will go to the UST church from January 2011 to January 2012 under the usual conditions of Sacramental Confession, Eucharistic Communion, and prayers for the intentions of the Holy Father.

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January 24, 2011

* 3:30 pm
o Opening of the Quadricentennial Fair, UST Plaza Mayor

* 5:15 pm
o Opening of the Jubilee Door
o Opening Eucharist for the Q Week, UST Chapel

January 25, 2011

* 7:00 pm
o Q Short Film Festival Awards Night, UST Plaza Mayor

January 26, 2011

* 8:00 am
o Q PARADE, Mendiola to UST Plaza Mayor

* 9:00 am
o Opening of the International Council of the Universities of St. Thomas Aquinas (ICUSTA) Conference , UST Chapel

* 5:00 pm
o Cavalleria Rusticana Opera, UST Medicine Auditorium

January 27, 2011

* 9:00 am
o ICUSTA Conference, UST TARC (Thomas Aquinas Research Center) Auditorium

* 6:30 pm
o Unveiling of the Quattromondial Monument, Quadricentennial Square

* 7:00 pm
o Q Grand Program, UST Grandstand and Open Field

January 28, 2011

* 8:00 am
o UST ALPA (Alumni Priests Association) Homecoming, UST Central Seminary Gymnasium

* 5:00 pm
o Q Thanksgiving Mass, UST Grandstand and Open Field

* 7:00 pm
o One@400: Q Grand Alumni Homecoming Dinner, UST Plaza Mayor and Benavides Park

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January 24-27, 2011

* Quadricentennial Fair

For more updates please visit the UST Quadri Facebook account.

Proud to be a Thomasian!

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