Guidelines for CMO Activities



Guidelines for CMO Activities

Serving as venue to the various liturgical celebrations and activities of Holy Angel is the University Chapel. On December 9, 2009, it was dedicated to the Holy Guardian Angel, the patron saint of the University and of Angeles City; hence, it was named the Chapel of the Holy Guardian Angel. The event was graced by the presence of the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines His Excellency, the Most Rev. Edward Adams, D.D., the Archbishop of San Fernando His Grace, the Most Rev. Paciano Aniceto and the Auxiliary Bishop of Pampanga. The chapel serves as a shrine to an antique image of the Holy Guardian Angel which was commissioned in 1830 by Don Angel Pantaleon de Miranda. It was built by Highspire, Inc., while the main 'retablo' was designed by Willy Layug, who was the recipient of the Presidential Award of Merit in the same year. Situated at the heart of the campus, the Chapel of the Holy Guardian Angel signifies the place of Catholic Education in the university as the core of all instruction, formation, advocacies and endeavors of Holy Angel.

Guidelines for the use of the Chapel of the Holy Guardian Angel

  1. Only Religious activities are allowed.
  2. Regular schedule should be followed by the requesting party.
  3. The chapel's usage is limited to a maximum of two hours per session. This is to give way to the students, faculty, and employees who are visiting the chapel anytime during the day of prayer.
  4. No activity is allowed after office hours.
  5. Activities that create noise or loud sounds are not allowed.
  6. University and CMO activities are given priority over the regular activity of the requesting party.
  7. The chapel's cleanliness should be maintained.
  8. No vandalism.
  9. Pews should not be rearranged.
  10. Air conditioning units should be turned off after use.
  11. Violations of any guidelines mentioned above will mean termination of the use of the Chapel by the requesting party.