Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright recently observed that “the world is a mess” because of three things: “ultra-nationalism, terrorism and uneven growth”.
IT’S an expression that is first of all referred to Christ before it is referred to anyone who chooses to follow Christ. That’s, of course, all of us who call ourselves Christians and strive to be consistent to that dignity.
“WHAT’S that thing plastered on your back—Salonpas?” a male colleague in the newsroom asked. “Oh that? It’s a scapular.”
WHAT is “fake”? When a publicized “truth” is in reality false; when a given information is actually but a lie
PEOPLE strongly gravitate towards and get attached to anything new! This is especially true of gadgets, cars, and fashion.
THE Filipino Catholics lost two of its bishops who passed away on the same day due to cancer.
IF peace in the Philippines were a man, he must be deeply wounded.
TO be holy is both hard and easy. Hard, because it really demands everything from us.
SOMETIMES, not taking young people’s observations seriously could result in serious consequences.
THE theme chosen for 2017 by the Philippine Catholic Bishops focuses on the Parish as a Communion of Communities.
CRITICS of President Duterte are quick to compare the more than 8,000 victims of extrajudicial killings (EJK) under his watch with the victims of martial law under the Marcos regime.
“I GUESS it’s tougher for our generation today, Father,” the young fellow concluded.