THE news about the finding of forensic experts about the exhumed body of the late Archbishop Teofilo Camomot of Carcar, Cebu is really unbelievable.
MANY UST alumni must have lately felt like being hit by a train. The controversy involving USTAAI, an independent (so says the university) alumni association linked to the University of Santo Tomas, giving an award to an undersecretary of presidential communications, an alumna, for government service, has sparked outrage.
YES, that’s how our attitude should be when we work. We have to work for God and not just for men.
EIGHTEEN months into office and still, Rodrigo Duterte escapes identification; well, at least as far as my little world is concerned.
WE celebrate the Feast of the Sto. Niño in the Philippines.
EVERY parent’s dream is the happiness of their children in this life, and eventually, unending happiness one day in heaven. If this essential existential goal is not clear to parents, then nothing is clear to them.
CHRISTIAN ethics is clear: there is the priority of human beings over the state.
POPE Francis has the highest esteem for the 1975 Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Paul VI, Evangelii Nuntiandi.
IS community life reserved only to the religious priests or it belongs to the essence in the life of all Christians?
OUR Parish of San Ildefonso de Navotas in the Diocese of Kalookan will celebrate this year its Silver Anniversary on its Feast Day, January 23.
THE Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord reminds us of that beautiful story of the three magi who embarked on a difficult journey to find Jesus, the expected Messiah of all men.
WITH the fourth visit of the relics of St. Therese of Lisieux in the Philippines, we may expect another surge of devotion for one of the country’s most popular—if not the most popular—Saints.