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3 Prayers For Elections

If you haven't noticed it yet, the country and the whole nation is now focusing on the national political arena. With many candidates for...

Prayer for Nurses and Medical Professionals

Ever since the pandemic started, health care workers have been doing their jobs non-stop, with some even going for 36 hours straight on duty. It...

A Prayer of Compassion for the Filipino People

In these unprecedented times of COVID-19, a lot of Filipinos have had their lives shaken as they face uncertainties in their livelihood, relationships, finances,...

5 Reasons To Watch “Ada Twist, Scientist” With Your Pre-schooler

Heads up, parents of preschoolers: There’s a new animated series on Netflix and it doesn’t involve princesses or superheroes. Described as “feel good,” “educational,”...

UP Repertory Company streams the virtual play “Hilot” on FB

Hilot, the ancient practice of healing in the Philippines, is the title and subject of a virtual stage play by the UP Repertory Company....

5 Fun Facts About the Ibalong Festival

Of our 42,000 major and minor festivals in the Philippines, which is the one that you miss the most? If you’re from Bicol, you...

‘I Learn How To Surrender’: This Pinay Holds On To Her Faith As Her Husband Beats Cancer

It takes an illness to know who your true friends are—and for the recently wed Red Lozano and Ghie Columna Lozano, who tied the...

5 Books by Candy Gourlay For Your Teens To Read

Tired of seeing your teens hopelessly glued to their cellphone, tablet, or laptop? Instill in them the love for reading books. Despite this being...

5 Things You Need For Your Home Altar

The pandemic may have disrupted our beloved religious practices (imagine limited live Masses and no Holy Week activities for the second year in a...

Remember these? 5 Unforgettable Miss World Q&As

A perfect face and figure may land you in a beauty pageant like Miss World, but it takes brains and the grace to deliver...

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