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    Fr. Romeo S. Saniel, OMI, DBM





      On June 20, 1958, Fr. Romeo S. Saniel was born to the exemplary family of Mr. Alejandro Saniel, Sr. and the late Mrs. Celerina Sombilon Saniel in Kidapawan City. The family of eleven children has produced one lawyer, one doctor, two social workers, two engineers, one priest, and four accountants. The commendable attributes of their family has won them the award of "Huwarang Pamilyang Pilipino Taon ng Bagong Milenyo."


         In June 1975, he entered the Oblate Juniorate in Cotabato City. He earned a Bachelor Degree in Philosophy from Notre Dame University in March 1980, and a Masters Degree inTheology at Ateneo de Manila University in March 1985. As a deacon, he was assigned for six months at Notre Dame of Midsayap College. He was ordained as priest at Our Lady of Mediatrix Cathedral in Kidapawan City on December 5, 1985.         


        Among his assignments are the following: in 1986-1987, he was assigned as Chaplain and Campus Ministry Director of Notre Dame of Jolo College, 1987-1991 Director of OMI Postulency, Cotabato, 1991-1995, Vocation Director in Quezon City, 1995-1998, Mission Director, Sibutu, Sitangkay. In June 1998-2001, he became the Parish Priest of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cathedral and te Vicar General of Vicariate of Jolo. On June 2001-2004, he was appointed as the 12th President of NDJC. It was at this time that he obtained his Masters Degree in Educational Management from Xavier University, Cagayan de Oro City. More than one-half of his twenty years in priesthood was spent in OMI mission in Sulu.


       In 2012, Fr. Saniel finished his Doctoral degree in Doctor in Business Management from at Xavier University, Cagayan de Oro City.


        Fr. Romeo S. Saniel, OMI, DBM is the 15th President of Notre Dame of Jolo College, Jolo, Sulu.


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