Legazpi – The seminarians headed to Busay Falls on August 8th. It is located in Malilipot, Albay, about 45 minutes away. The eight seminarians and their formator, took time to relax, enjoy the falls and renew friendships and fraternity. All worries were pushed aside to make the day meaningful for discernment; they even shared their various talents of singing, dancing, playing volleyball and guitar. They had the opportunity to understand and be confident in their vocation. The Busay Falls is a marvel of nature reminiscent of St. Francis, who loved Gods creation and Pope Francis, who invites us to care for the environment in Laudato si. The second part of the journey was a visit to the “Brothers of Charity” congregation in Tabaco. The Superior, Bro. Isidore Kiro, was a gracious host; introducing their novices from Africa, India, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Philippines. It was an opportunity to see both the cultural diversity in their community, as well as their singular spirit of service to the church. The whole day was enriching for all the seminarians.