Vice President Leni Robredo (left) met with ANCOP USA President Roger Santos and wife Josie at the VP’s offices in Quezon City on Thanksgiving Day. They discussed their forthcoming joint medical mission and relief operations in Marawi.

ANCOP USA Communications

In a meeting of ANCOP USA Board of Directors this past week, Roger Santos of CFC New Jersey has been elected President for the next two years.

Santos will also be ANCOP USA’s Chief Executive Officer.

This was announced by Eric Villanueva, outgoing president of the non-profit organization with chapters in 42 States of the U.S.

“I thank and praise God for this new responsibility to our members and supporters. I need everyone’s support. All for His Glory! All for the benefit of the poor, whom Jesus was referring to when He said that Faith without action is dead faith,” said Santos as he accepted his new post.

ANCOP USA is the action for the poor ministry of the Catholic-based Couples for Christ (CFC USA).

In a mass e-mail on Nov. 17, 2018 to ANCOP members, Villanueva said, “Today marks a new beginning for our work for the poor ministry.  Join me in congratulating Bro. Roger Santos, our new ANCOP USA President! Exciting times lie ahead for the ministry and I would like to request for all of us to pray for Bro. Roger as he leads ANCOP USA to its next stages of growth.”

Santos announced that the ANCOP USA motto for the next two years shall be “Working together and building partnerships for the poor.”

Santos will begin his term with functional partnership with the PH Office of the Vice President’s (Leni Robredo) ANGAT BUHAY project.

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