His mother said to the servers,
“Do whatever he tells you.” John 2:5
Today's Mass Reading in Audio

Revised: February 12, 2014


The Rosarium New Catholic Information Service (TRNCIS) is an online ministry and service dedicated to participate to the mission of evangelization; transmitting and sharing the recent articles supplied by Vatican Information Service with permission under the subscription of the founder of this ministry. Since 2010, TRNCIS has been in communion with the Catholic Church in participation and mission; being able to transmit and shared the Catholic faith and traditions worldwide.

The Mission

In communion with the Catholic Church, TRNCIS sole mission is to participate the mission of evangelization, that is, to continue transmitting and sharing the: Word of God, Catholic faith and traditions, and the teachings of the Magisterium of Catholic Church established by Jesus Christ.

TRNCIS vision of the Church

TRNCIS vision of the Church is aligned to the vision of the PCP II (2nd Plenary Council of the Philippines) as communion, participation and mission, about the Church as priestly, prophetic and kingly people, and a Church of the poor, that is a renewed Church.

New Approach to Evangelization

TRNCIS mainly use Web technology as a new method of transmitting information. These includes but not limited to websites, webcasting, audio, video, email, printed articles and more.

TRNCIS welcomes article writers who wants to contribute their writings. To contact TRNCIS go to the contact page.

"Let us invoke the intercession of the Virgin Mary so that missionaries of the Gospel may multiply." (POPE BENEDICT XVI, ANGELUS, Saint Peter's Square, Sunday, 29 October 2006)

What moves us to believe is not the fact that revealed truths appear as true and intelligible in the light of our natural reason: we believe ‘because of the authority of God himself who reveals them, who can neither deceive nor be deceived. . .’ (Catechism, no. 156)

"Every baptized Christian is a missionary journeying accompanied by our Blessed Virgin Mary with angels and saints on the road Christ himself walked." (TRNCIS Founder)