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What the Sto. Niño tells us

What the Sto. Niño tells us

On this Feast of the Sto. Niño, we are reminded that irrespective of whatever status we have in this life, it is always necessary that we be like children. Why?

[REFLECTION]  Christmas and the pursuit of happiness

[REFLECTION] Christmas and the pursuit of happiness

It begins with a wish that unwraps a desire. The wish could be clothed in a variety of words. But the desire (happiness for ourselves and for others) appears obvious and even has a common word carrier.

[REFLECTION] Political charity and politician’s spirituality

[REFLECTION] Political charity and politician’s spirituality

Just a week after Fratelli Tutti was published on October 3, 2020, Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Yangon, president of the Federation of Asian Bishops Conference, wrote a letter urging all FABC bishops to read the new encyclical where “our Asian realities are echoed in [its] urgent message.”

Dying to oneself

Dying to oneself

Tuesday of the Twentieth Week in Ordinary Time
Homily by Fr. Roy Cimagala

[OPINION] Praying hearts: In defense of the Carmelite nuns

[OPINION] Praying hearts: In defense of the Carmelite nuns

The malicious depiction of the Discalced Carmelite nuns (OCD) in Cebu playing mahjong with the late former President Cory Aquino in the movie “Maid in Malacañang” (MIM) took me down memory lane and reminded me of my visit to the monastery years back as well as my friendly conversation with the members of the religious community.

[OPINION] Burning bridges to nowhere

[OPINION] Burning bridges to nowhere

In the explainer by the United States Energy Information Administration, natural gas is defined as “a fossil energy source that formed deep beneath the earth’s surface.”