October 14, 2019 will be remembered in the Philippines years from now especially for two sharp contrasts.
In recent months a lot of discussion has swirled around the issue of alleged “discrimination” against “transgenders” and members of the “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex” (“LGBTQI”) community.
The latest among the many projects of Most Rev. Pablo Virgilio “Ambo” David, Bishop of the Diocese of Kalookan, is about the promotion of mental well-being, prevention of mental disorders
In less than two years we will be celebrating the fifth centenary of the coming of Christianity to our country.
The quick answer is the Holy Spirit. It is God, of course, who is the source and end of everything.
Halloween approaches, and with it, warnings about dabbling in the occult.
The Gospel does not intend to present a full biography of Jesus; however, it provides us with important insights into the very person of Jesus.
We had the last Mass of our Marian Pilgrimage at the Shrine of the Holy Miracle, formerly the Church of St. Stephen in Santarém, Portugal
THE title of this write-up suggests three of the realities perceptible in present-day Philippine society.
I came across a story lately. It is told that a man once bragged to a friend that not even his wife can control him.
Dateline: Fatima, Portugal: As of the time of this writing, we are in the final leg of our Marian Pilgrimage in France, Spain and Portugal.
Nowadays, we often hear of government leaders who are incompetent and who use their position of leadership for their self-interest