Let us praise and thank God for all the blessings received.

When we give, when we serve,  we are not only blessing others. We are not only making God’s love more alive in others.. because as we serve God, and as we do it well and properly, we also allow God to bless usWe cannot give what we do not have, so as we serve, we are telling God to fill us up first, give us graces, energy and love so that we can also share these with others. We are telling God we need healing too so we can be instruments of God’s healing to others. It may require more effort and energy on our part to serve… but we are sure that as we do so, we will be doubly blessed. We are serving a generous God who cannot be out-given! let us joyfully thank our benefactors for making this outreach program meaningful. As Ritarians, we always put God as our first giver and lover, and let us join in thanking God by praising Him, ” ONE MIND ONE HEART, ONWARD TO THE LORD.”



LET US SUPPORT THIS CONCERT FOR A CAUSE. To be given by those people who are affected by typhoon Ulyses. Join us as we take this humble effort and initiative to help the victims of calamities. You can donate any amount in our bank (RCBC) account Saint Rita College-Manila, Inc. Account number: 7589705771 or in your GCash then transfer fund to RCBC. May you consider your donations as a gift to our brothers and sisters. Your small donations can create a big difference especially in these trying times. To watch all the performances please like and share our page. Merry Christmas Everyone.


Ritarians Celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Carmel with a Talangpaz flavor

For most Ritarians, July 16 is offered significantly to Our Lady of Carmel. However, what makes this year’s celebration a unique one is the 300 Years Anniversary of the Arrival of the Talangpaz Sisters in Calumpang (within the vicinity of the school and AR Motherhouse). In 1719, Mother Dionisia and Mother Cecilia Rosa Talangpaz travelled from their native Calumpit Bulacan in order to offer themselves at the foot of Our Lady of Carmel enshrined at San Sebastian Church.

The new Drum and Bell Corps facilitated by Sr. Marisa Bernasor, AR led the student body in a parade at 7:00am. It was their first time to showcase their talents along the streets of the school’s vicinity. Four students held the tarpaulin on the 3rd Centenary of the arrival of the Talangpaz Sisters. It was a way of informIng the public regarding the presence of the Servants of God in the vicinity 300 years ago.

It was followed by the Investiture of the members of Our Lady of Carmel at the school’s Chapel. Sr. Jamaikha Acle, AR with the ARSC Officers patiently prepared well the medals and the short ceremony. Ritarians expressed their faith in Jesus as they prayed, ‘To Jesus, through Mary’.

The Ritarians’ sponsored Holy Mass at San Sebastian Basilica was delayed from supposedy 10:00 into 10:45am. Despite the delay, Ritarians still showed enthusiam in walking towards the Church and celebrate the Thanksgiving Mass. There were some parents and guardians who joined the school community in celebrating the feast of Our Lady of Carmel.

Free Ritarian Shirts for the Drum and Lyre Bell Corps

Free Ritarian Shirts for the Drum and Lyre Bell Corps

Alumni Elementary Batch ’87 and High School Batch ’91 through Myra Arellano Astilla, Emmalyn Najera and Atty. Sheila Eileen Fernandez donated free Ritarian shirts to the new Drum and Lyre Bell Corps. Sr. Marisa Bernasor, AR shared that the Drum and Lyre Bell Corps will use them as part of the celebration on the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. There will be a parade on July 16, 2019 at 7:00AM and the Drum and Lyre Bell Corps will wear them for the first time. The school community is grateful for the assistance extended to the younger Ritarians. May the Lord bless the generosity of these alumni.

Ritarian Alumni Donates Hospital Bed and Wheelchair

Through the initiative of Jasmin Carrao, Ritarian alumni Batch ’81, the elderly Sisters of Tahanang Talangpaz,Tagaytay City were grateful for the hospital bed and wheelchair. It was Sr. Roselyn Jardenil, AR, the local Econome of Tahanang Talangpaz who picked them up at the residence of Jasmin Carrao on June 19, 2019. The donor of the hospital bed was Ms. Rose Zapanta, friend of Anna Liza Mariano Tupas, High School Batch ‘85 while the wheel chair was donated by Mylen Andres Rodenas Elementary Batch 81 & High School Batch 85 and her niece Janice Alog Walker-Jaime Santos, Elementary Batch 81.

It was also good to remember that Batch ’81 made an actual visit to Tahanang Talangpaz on November 24, 2018. The AR Sisters were so happy for the visit and for the gifts extended to them by these Ritarian alumni. It was also a charitable gesture of these alumni to remember their mentors during their formative days at Saint Rita College-Manila.

Gratitude is hereby extended to these alumni with a prayer that the Lord may bless them in great abundance!

The First AR Sister from the UST Conservatory of Music: Sr. Marisa Tutor Bernasor, AR

It was a melodious day for Sr. Marisa Tutor Bernasor, AR who graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Music Major in Music Education at the Pontifical and Royal University of Santo Tomas (UST) Manila on June 4, 2019.

Joining with her on this milestone at UST were Sr. Antonietta Castanares, AR, Sr. Cleofe Maria Agua, AR, Sr. Maria Lirio Guillermo, AR and Sr. Vicenta Climacosa, AR. She had her Graduation Recital in Piano on May 20, 2019 which was well attended by AR Sisters and Rev. Fr. Rene Paglinawan, OAR. Based on AR History, she is the first AR Sister who graduated with that course at UST. It is indeed a blessing for the Augustinian Recollect Family! Sr Marisa has been sharing her talent in music for several years already in collaboration with other AR Musicians. As a musician and educator, she will continue to spread music like that of David in the Book of Psalms. Presently assigned at Saint Rita College Manila as School Registrar, she will also handle Music classes… a Ritarian blessing as well! Congratulations our dear Sr. Maris!

New Ritarian LET passers from the College Department

The Ritarian community of Saint Rita College-Manila is proud of Ms. Michelle Edulan Carido (4693), Ms. Jean Iris Magboo Espiritu (8493), Sr. Maria Veronica Damasino Mendez (14173), Ms. Joenabeth Vargas Morbos (14769), and Ms. Ma. Joanna May Aguilar Nicolas (13538). They took the Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) on March 24, 2019.

As a Teacher Training Institution, the school community takes pride in the efforts and success of the College Department for producing new licensed educators! The Ritarian LET passing rate of the Elementary Department is 40% which is beyond the 27.28% national passing rate. The High School Department has 42.86% which is higher than the 25.95% national passing rate.

The Ritarian College Department offers Bachelor of Arts in English Studies, Bachelor in Elementary Education and Bachelor in Secondary Education major in English and Religious Studies.

Congratulations our dear successful Ritarians!