Erbie calls for peaceful, prayerful ‘Undas’ observance in Zambo City PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 14:17

City 2nd District Rep. Erbie A. Fabian today called on the police to secure the city’s various cemeteries and memorial homes to insure the two day ‘Undas’ holidays in the city will be peaceful and safe as thousands are expected to go visit the remains of their loved ones here.

Fabian said the two-day annual all saints and all souls day holidays will see a heavy traffic of people and vehicles going to and from cemeteries and it is imperative that
authorities must control traffic flow in the city.

The solon also called on the people for a more meaningful and prayerful reflections as we remember our dearly departed loved ones and pay our respects by visiting their remains in the cemeteries.

The Filipino by heart is family centered and we Zamboangueños are no different as we look forward to these days to come and visit our departed relatives and pay our respects.

It should be done in the spirit of prayerful reflection as we re-kindle memories of our departed in our hearts.

Offering of masses, flowers and candles are manifestations of our deep filial love for our relatives and family members and it is on these days that we highlight these while we pray for their eternal repose with the Heavenly Father the Almighty.

“I’m confident in the abilities of our police force under Supt. James Mejia that they can secure these places properly to allow an incident free observance of All Saints and All Souls day.

May we be blessed with a peaceful and incident free observance of All Saints and All Souls Days,” Rep. Fabian added.