• From the freedom that we have against the colonizers to the liberty that we have from establishing democracy in this country, we have taken everything for advantage. And have we ever thought of how we got to reach this point? We have become loose and lost. Like what has been said “Ang hindi marunong lumingon […]

  • The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) was recently removed from the list of the world’s worst airports due to the government’s efforts to uplift the image of the country’s main gateway through a series of physical improvements. However, despite such good news, a new controversy has been circulating around local and foreign media outlets indicating […]

  • Pinakamadalas ko na sigurong gawin ang sumakay ng FX sa tuwing ako ay pauwi galing sa pamantasang aking pinag-aaralan noon sa Maynila. Mula sa Sampaloc, araw-araw kong tinutungo ang Intramuros sapagkat doon lamang may terminal nitong pampublikong sasakyang diretso na patungong Cavite. May katagalan man sa paghihintay ng iba pang pasahero, tiyak namang mas mabilis […]

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Deprived Filipino People: Obstruction to Development?

“Kuya/Ate, penge piso. Di pa po ako nakain.” This line is not new to us especially when we go around the different streets of our […]

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Deprived Filipino People: Obstruction to Development?

“Kuya/Ate, penge piso. Di pa po ako nakain.” This line is not new to us especially when we go around the different streets of our […]

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God as the author of science

“Theology is faith seeking understanding.” – St. Anselm Based on a research conducted by a group of students from an Augustinian Recollect school entitled, “Generation X”, […]

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“Theology is faith seeking understanding.” – St. Anselm Based on a research conducted by a group of students from an Augustinian Recollect school entitled, “Generation X”, it appears that most of the youth today are not participating in religious activities because they find activities of this kind boring. It seems that they are more engaged in things that are related to science and technology. Theology, by its etymology, came from the […]

“Kuya/Ate, penge piso. Di pa po ako nakain.” This line is not new to us especially when we go around the different streets of our country. We often ignore those children who are asking us that kind of question. When we ask them why they are asking for money, they often say that they are not yet eating. When we ask them where their parents are, they often say that […]

Every second Sunday of November, we celebrate and enjoy our fiesta. We venerate an icon that already became part of our history—the Nuestra Señora dela Soledad de Porta Vaga. As we look into the 17th century icon of our Lady, what we see is a tearful scene where the mother, after the returning home from the place of death of her Son, is in sorrow.  On her knees, she deeply […]