THE word, “profiling,” has a bad connotation in the US that is severely torn by conflicts due to issues of race, gender, reproductive rights, politics, ideology, etc.
OUR Church here in the Philippines is now two-thirds way through its 2018 celebration of the “Year of the Clergy and Consecrated Persons.”
THE appointment by Duterte of Teresita Leonardo – De Castro as Chief Justice of the Supreme leaves a bad taste to us non-lawyers.
MENTORS and coaches strive to identity their clients’ most positive traits and how these can be improved. Naturally, they also have to spot what are the common snags and pitfalls, experienced in work and social dealings, that hinder their positive points from developing.
THE Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) Episcopal Commission on Social Communications (ECSC) headed by its Chairman, Most Rev. Mylo Hubert Vergara, Bishop of Pasig
TWO years into his presidency, Rodrigo Duterte continues to capture the attention of Filipinos with his populist promises. His rhetoric significantly catapulted him to the presidency in the 2016 elections.
AM happy to know that the committee on the ongoing formation of the Archdiocese of Cebu is organizing a conference on priestly conduct as part of the celebration of 2018 as the Year of the Clergy and Consecrated Persons. I believe it is part of an effort to establish some code of ethics for priests.
HE actually offered a strange deal: Show me anyone’s selfie with God and I will immediately resign.
CAN there be responsible mining? There may be. But if we specify the question and contextualize it: Is there responsible mining in the Philippines now? I would give a definite no!
THE family remains a cause for concern. How to develop truly Christian families is a challenge for the Church when the family as an institution has been weakened due to migration, reduced size, and the influence of a globalized culture and technology.
FOR a rather longer than the usual time period the Assistant Secretary to the Presidential Communications Office once more made the headlines on the heels of another controversy.
WHY is the church meddling in politics? We often hear this question, with a tone of reproach in it. We need to clarify some basic understanding in this question. What is and who is the church? What is politics?