Kolping Society Philippines, Inc

Guided by:
The Gospel and the Catholic Social Teachings

Our fundamental principles:

  • We act on the directives of Jesus Christ
  • We are at home in the Catholic Church
  • We take the life and the ideas of Blessed Father Kolping as our example

As a Catholic Social Movement:

  • We are partners in shaping of society
  • We uphold a Christian concept of work
  • We advocate for the family
  • We accompany people in their personal and occupational development
  • We want to help young people find direction for their lives
  • We create a world-wide network of partnerships

The Kolping Society invites us to give a Christian face to family life and the world of work.

The Society is a member of the International Kolping Society with the seat in Germany, Cologne.

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Jesus our Lord, has a legacy of loving and living. He said: now, I give you a new commandment: love one another. Just as I have loved you, you must also love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.(Jn.13:34-35. He is our model and mentor in the art of living. He provided us the motive and method of loving. Engaged through discipleship. Enhanced, by forming associations among disciples.

Culinary Arts Class Holds Final Food Presentation

The Culinary Arts, Baking and Pastry batch 2 class held its Final Presentation and Product Evaluation last September 3, 2010 at the Activity Center, LCC Mall, Felix Plazo Street, Naga City. It was participated in by 26 trainees who have just completed their 20-day Baking and Pastry training.

KYFT Participates in the MYC

The Kolping Youth Facilitators Team (KYFT) participated in the Marian Youth Congress 2010 last September 11-12 at the Naga City Coliseum and Naga Metropolitan Cathedral grounds. With the theme "YOUTH: Be eager to live, but to live joyfully, meaningfully, and cleanly: to live a life worth living." (My soul proclaims the goodness of the Lord... John 1:46), it was attended by thousands of young people from various parishes and youth organizations all over Bicol Region.

5th Batch of Kolping Trainees Graduates

The Kolping Society Philippines, Inc. held its 5th graduation ceremony last September 30, 2010 at the Blessed Adolph Kolping Training Center. Celebrated by Rev. Fr. Fidel Mamerto Bagayaua, the National Praeses a Holy Mass was attended by the candidates for graduation together with their trainers and KSPI Staff.

TESDA Conducts SMAW Assessment at KSPI

The KSPI Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) trainees underwent the round two assessment by TESDA last September 3 to 5, 2010. It is a requirement for the trainees who want to secure the National Competency Certificate Level II. Mr. June B. Oliveros , a certified registered Assessor assessed 26 trainees and 24 of them passed. Seventeen of them were invited for an On-the-Job Training in Cavite through the help of their trainer, Mr. Samuel Depositario. Four trainees on the other hand were directly hired by Toyota Philippines.