Official Logo for the 25th Anniversary
of the San Isidro Labrador Parish

(2000—8 DECEMBER—2025)

Parish Logo

Inaugurated at San Isidro Labrador Parish,
Makiling, Calamba City, Laguna,
on 12 March 2022,
400th Anniversary of the Canonization of San Isidro Labrador,
and Opening of the Pamparokyang Taon ni San Isidro Labrador.

The church in the background is a caricature of the parish church. It is a symbol of communion in the parish community, where the sacraments, the means of God’s grace, are celebrated.

San Isidro Labrador and Santa Maria de la Cabeza are depicted in a very intimate manner to highlight that the closeness in the family can lead the way to peace, unity, harmony, and holiness. They are also clothed in their work attire. This symbolizes the readiness to act and to participate in the mission of proclaiming the gospel.

The three stalks of rice yielding rich grains allude to San Isidro Labrador being the patron saint of farmers and to the three-year preparation for the 25th anniversary of the parish. They likewise make reference to the three offices of Christ: Priestly, Kingly, and Prophetic, the themes of the three-year preparation. Like the rich rice stalks, the parish community aims to prepare worthwhile for the celebration, increasing in unity, participation, mission, and holiness.

The quote “Tingnan ninyo ang magsasaka” is taken from the epistle of St. James 5,7 (Magandang Balita Biblia). The patience of the farmer is the exemplification of faith in action. San Isidro, a farmer, attained holiness by living out his faith, an attitude that all the faithful must emulate.

The rendition of the logo is light and jovial to convey that the Silver Anniversary is kairos and an occasion of joy.