It’s “time to get our lives back” many people say, to “get back to normal.”
One day, a friend showed me a video of her baby daughter on the floor playing with her toys.
However we call it in the Philippines—Enhanced Community Quarantine or ECQ, Modified ECQ, General Community Quarantine or GCQ or Modified GCQ
I woke up in the middle of the night recently. The pall of gloom seemed worsened by a massive blackout in Eastern Samar my province.
A friend of mine once told me that he was a bit sad because his 4 children and the grandchildren are slowly moving out of his house to settle down in other places.
We are of course praying for an early end to this pandemic.
May 15 is an important date for many farming and fishing communities all over the country.
COVID-19 has left and continues to leave a vicious trail that has left everyone anxious, distressed and many dead.
I hear your sometimes shrill voices. I see your worried faces. I feel your fears. I join your laughter when you try hard to find humor in the many tales of Covid-19 horror.
With the wind howling outside the glass doors of the rectangular third-floor iron veranda of the parish and uneven rain clouds hovering over the city of Cebu, I scrounged for some consoling memories.
Pope Francis elevated our very own Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle to the rank of Cardinal-Bishop, the newest and youngest member in the Order of Bishops.
It cannot be denied that even with all our best efforts, the danger of slipping into boredom and dryness is always there, what with all this somewhat ‘forced’ stay-at-home dispensation we are having these days.