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Thursday, 24 January 2019

Snaps

The Philippines under the stewardship of its economic managers consistently grew at a fast pace since 2016 and is likely to sustain this performance...

Child Jesus symbol of Pinoys’ strong Catholic faith

When Rajah Humabon and his wife embraced the Catholic faith in 1521, Spanish conquistador Ferdinand Magellan gifted them with a cross and the images...

Faith TAKEN TO EXTREME

Part religion, part cult, the annual Black Nazarene feast consistently draws more than two million devotees who endure heat, hunger and hardship beyond human...

Stop the press…for fun

A for funny day of the year, newsrooms around the world hum with the rhythms of the moment. Reporters, who are busy typing the...

Media Noche

A New Year’s feast Holiday feasting culminates with the Noche Buena, the Filipino Christmas Eve feast that gathers families and friends, after a series of...

Catholic churches on spotlight

With 84 million Filipino Roman Catholics as of 2015, 37 percent of whom regularly go to church to hear Mass according to a survey,...

WIN AS ONE

Years ago, hosting the Southeast Asian Games appeared unimaginable. Aside from the massive funding and logistics involved in hosting thousands of athletes, coaches and officials...

Forgotten HEROES

Everyday, we see dead people. But we look away. Always. Coming into the week, President Emilio Aguinaldo’s telegram to General Antonio Luna, summoning the fiery Heneral to...

Scars of ‘Yolanda’

Five years ago, a storm of apocalyptic proportions tore into the Eastern Visayas early in the morning of 8 November. With gusts of winds...