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Ministry and Profile of Members

Anna Esguerra acts as the lead person in the worship activity Block Rosary in her parish, and is engaged in small business as she tends to her sari-sari store and takes care of her elderly parents and younger siblings while Maricel Rosadino conducts Catechism classes for the children and the youth in the parish. She also manages the drug store business of their family.
Gaudiosa Castro has three children and whose husband works abroad is active in church activities in her locality.
Josefina Flores, an experienced trainer is a volunteer in her parish while she works as staff in the Philippine Congress and does consultancy work in private offices.
Both Cherrylene Girado and Luela Villagarcia are social workers who work for a non- government organization concerned with the welfare of OFWs and their families.
Betty Tan, who is now in the US, involved herself in parish work by serving as lector / commentator in church service and was the former Coordinator of the Lay Salvatorians, Christoper Rojas, at present the sole male member, works as technical staff in an NGO. Cecille Boyles works for a private company and does her ministry at Don Bosco. Luz Malibiran, an Executive Director of the NGO Community Organization on Multi-Diversity is also active in apostolate work.
Jane Howard, one of the pioneer Lay Salvatorians, is also a social worker, and Josefina Fernando, is a Coordinator in their parish and a working mother.

The members of the Lay Salvatorians, Philippines attend and participate in various occasions and feasts day celebrated by the congregation.
Some of the  Lay Salvatorians are also taking part in the read aloud program of the Salvatorian Pastoral Care for Children, an NGO run by the Sisters of the Divine Saviour based in New Manila.
The Lay Salvatorians, Philippines have also conducted Gift- Giving Programs for the poor children of the urban communities in collaboration with the Salvatorian Sisters, given special support for children’s education and have done various parish apostolate work. And as they continue to grow in their spirituality, they seek more way and means to give special meaning to their faith, their life, and the life of others.